Aggie Barbier Goodwin Boxing

Aggie Barbier signs with Goodwin Boxing - aims to become world champ within three years

Published On Thursday, February 6, 2020By British Boxing News

Aggie Barbier inks with Goodwin Boxing

33-year-old Aggie (Agathe) Barbier is the latest female hot prospect to put ink to paper and sign a three-year management deal with Goodwin Boxing.

Born in France and relocated to the UK, Barbier had a successful career as an amateur in France but has now decided the time is right to turn professional.

“I would not have turned over unless I believe that I can become a world champion in three years,” asserted Barbier, who now resides in North London.

“I have seen Steve manage World Champion Nicola Adams and Commonwealth and European title challenger Sam “SJ” Smith and have seen he has a passion for Women’s boxing and can deliver for us.”

Manager Steve Goodwin was delighted with the new signing, “Aggie has big ambitions and these are matched by us. I cannot wait to get started with her. She has to go through the Boxing Board application process, and subject to all of this passing with no problems, we are aiming for her to make her professional debut on July 11th.”

 

About Goodwin Boxing

Goodwin Boxing is a prestigious sports management company based in Leighton Buzzard that have been revolutionising professional boxing management since 2014. Headed by BBBofC licensed manager Steve Goodwin, the company ensures honesty, integrity & professionalism are the foundations on which all business is conducted. In 6 years the company has guided 36 boxers to professional titles from Southern Area to World Champions. Goodwin Boxing also operates a franchised promotional arm which has allowed them to work with multiple different BBBofC licensed promoters, offering experience, guidance and granting them a platform to deliver to a wider audience. So much has been the success that Goodwin Boxing has been voted promoter of year for the past two years (2018 & 2019) as voted for by the BBBofC Southern Area Council.