LOS ANGELES, CA (June 9, 2022) – The World’s #1 boxing designer Javier Zinzun Jr., who is known for his influential streetwear take on boxing ring attire has had a huge 2022 so far, and the year isn’t even over. In just five months, Zinzun has been a part of many of the most-watched boxing fights the sport has seen, with millions of fans viewing his art.
“I am blessed to have continued working with the best fighters in all aspects of the sport of boxing, whether it is the most followed young pro boxer in Ryan Garcia, or major influencers entering boxing like idubbbz
,” said Zinzun, reflecting on his work this year. “I am so thankful to be in the position to create memorable outfits that match the performances of the fighters in the ring and make for iconic moments in history. I am trying to do my best to make the most out of this moment in my life.”
For those unaware, Zinzun continued his long-standing relationship with Ryan Garcia, as he designed his ring outfit for his fight against Emmanuel Tagoe. Zinzun’s work was on full display this past weekend as he designed David Morrell’s outfit for his impressive stoppage win over Kalvin “Hot Sauce” Henderson, and designed Yordenis Ugas’ ring attire for his win over the legend, Manny Pacquiao.
Recently, Zinzun was entrusted by many YouTubers who were making the leap into boxing as a part of the Creator Clash event held in Florida. iDubbbz, Hundar
(Muscle Party), DAD, Arin Hanson
(GameGrumps) and JustaMinx all had custom outfits designed by the hardest working fashion designer in the fight world.
“Everyone I work with is family, and whether it’s your first fight or a PPV fight, I want you to enter the ring with pride in your custom-made outfit, built just for them,” said Zinzun, the creator of IGMOB. “I am extremely loyal to each and every fighter I work with, and want their ring outfit to be perfect, just like how they train. The same expectation they have in the ring is the same I carry over to the ring attire. I demand the same excellence of myself that the fighters ask of themselves on fight night.”
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