GCP Signs Brooklyn’s Former Undisputed Champion Zab ‘Super’ Judah to a Co-Promotional Contract

GCP Signs Brooklyn’s Former Undisputed Champion Zab ‘Super’ Judah to a Co-Promotional Contract

Greg Cohen of Greg Cohen Promotions proudly announces the signing of five-time world champion and former Undisputed World Welterweight Champion Zab “Super” Judah (42-9, 29 KOs) of Brooklyn, New York, to a co-promotional agreement, along with Judah’s Super Judah Promotions.

Judah, 37, will compete in the super lightweight division with an eye toward returning to his elite status in boxing.

His first appearance under the new promotional banner will be in September, on a GCP televised card.

“I am overjoyed to be adding a superstar of Zab’s caliber to my promotional roster,” said Greg Cohen. “Zab has been in with every great fighter of this era and beaten many of them. He is a Brooklyn boxing legend and still a force to be reckoned with at 140 lbs.”

“Super Judah Promotions is looking forward to working with such a reputable and time-tested promoter in Greg Cohen and the Greg Cohen Promotions team, said Bill Halkias V.P. of Super Judah Promotions. “Zab is physically and mentally stronger than I have ever seen him. He wants to win a sixth world title for his fans. They won’t be disappointed.”

The southpaw Judah won the undisputed welterweight championship in February 2005 with a ninth-round stoppage of Cory Spinks. Judah won his first championship, the IBF Light Welterweight Championship in January 1999 with a fourth-round knockout over Wilfredo Negron.

“We will feature Zab on our Championship Boxing series and keep him active,” continued Cohen. “He still has the speed and reflexes of a top fighter and after a few comeback appearances, he will be ready for another assault on the current kings of the division.”

Judah’s opponent in September will be announced soon.

About Greg Cohen Promotions

One of boxing’s premier promotional outfits, Greg Cohen Promotions (GCP) is a well-respected name for staging world-class professional boxing events and promoting elite professional fighters throughout the world.

Founder and CEO Greg Cohen has been involved with professional boxing in various capacities since the late 1980s, honing his craft and establishing himself as a shrewd international boxing businessman.

Distinguished by his ability to spot and develop raw talent, Cohen made headlines for his expert guidance of, among many others, former WBA Junior Middleweight Champion Austin “No Doubt” Trout, who Cohen helped guide from unknown New Mexico prospect to elite pay-per-view level superstar.

In addition to Trout, Greg Cohen Promotions has worked with established names such as former unified and two-time heavyweight champion Hasim “The Rock” Rahman (50-8-2, 41 KOs); and all-time-great multiple-weight class world champion James “Lights Out” Toney (74-7-3, 45 KOs).

Current world-rated contenders in the GCP roster include Arash Usmanee, universally recognized as a top-10 super featherweight; former WBA International Middleweight Champion and world-rated middleweight contender Jarrod Fletcher; top-rated featherweight Joel Brunker; cruiserweight Lateef Kayode; Canadian lightweight and TV action hero Tony Luis, and WBA and five-time Irish National Amateur Champion, Dennis Hogan; and Rising Welterweight sensation Cecil McCalla.

Greg Cohen Promotions has hosted world-class boxing events in the finest venues throughout the United States and the world and has also proudly provided talent and/or content for several television networks including HBO, Showtime, ESPN, NBC Sports Network, CBS Sports Network, MSG and FOX Sports Net.

For more information, visit gcpboxing.com. Find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GCPBoxing. Twitter: @GCPBoxing.



-Radam G :

Booho! Duper Zab is lost about what to do. Maybe he should just retire and become a promoter. First of all, he is nutty for continously trying to compete as a junior welterweight. Dude has been there and done that since he was a teenager. NEWSFLASH JAB: Your body has GROWN!!! Get a picture and look at you as a teenager and now as a middle-agers. Sweating your arse into that teenager body is messing up your chemical balance and body electricity. Get a clue, my dude. You are just short circuiting your body and mind power. Dude talk to an anatomist about diz and dat and da third. And get your arse at welter or super welter where you will have maximum performance and power. At junior welterweight, you are just deluding yourself. You can no longer be healthy and fully charged at that weight. And you cannot fool Father Time or Mother Nature. So you will be better off by befriending them like [Rev.] Big George and Big Hop done. Even way, way back in da day, the late, great Bob FitzSimmons did. Don't be scare of a little belly-and-@$$ fat. At higher weight, you can once again be healthy and wise and become the top cat. Holla!