Our Mission

To provide fighters with the best management representation money can buy!  To show the fighter that Brawlers cares about moving their careers, and putting the fighter in a World Champion status. To protect our fighters and not seek them out to be an opponent for someone else’s personal gain. I like to think that people don’t care how much you know, until they know how much you care.



Ricardo Mohamed was born and raised on the south side of Chicago, IL and attended Chicago Vocational High School from which he graduated in 1980. During his high school years he was active in numerous sports; however, it was not until he was introduced to the sport of Boxing in the mid 1970’s at the age of fourteen that he found his true passion. Ricardo was trained at the Windy City Boxing Gym on Chicago’s south side by the late great Mr. Clarence Griffin who was the father of the former 2x Light Heavyweight Champion of the World and 1992 Barcelona Olympian, Montell “ICE” Griffin.

Ricardo attended Chicago’s Columbia School of  Communications from Aug 1980-Sept 81. He studied Radio and TV broadcasting


In 1983, Ricardo left Chicago to join the United States Army where he was he was stationed at Scholfield Barracks, Hawaii. One of the highlights of his military career at this duty station was boxing for the 25TH Infantry Division Pacific Command. He then won the 1978 AAU Novice Championship Tournament at 112 lbs in Sterling IL. He made it to the Semifinals of the Golden  Gloves, where he was the runner up at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago after losing his first open fight vs reigning GG champion Roosevelt McCallum. Rick also represented his country fighting on the US ARMY BOXING TEAM SCHOLFIELD BKS HAWAII..

After serving 6 ½ years in the military, Ricardo relocated to Denver, CO. One day while watching the local news on his lunch break (while working for the United States Postal Service), he found out that his longtime friend Montell Griffin was competing in the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. It was reported that Griffin’s first professional fight would be held at the old McNichol’s Arena in Denver, CO and Ricardo was determined to reconnect with his longtime friend as they had lost contact after Griffin’s father passed in 1983 (when he was only 12 years old) and visited the hotel were Griffin was residing at while in Denver. Griffin immediately remembered Ricardo and called him by name; since then Ricardo has been his personal Publicist and also became his Manager during the latter part of his career.

Ricardo has also had the privilege of working with the former 2x Junior Middleweight Champion of the World and 1996 Olympic (Atlanta, GA) Gold Medalist, David “THE AMERICAN DREAM” Reid from North Philadelphia, PA. Most recently, Ricardo has worked on various Public Relations projects for former Heavyweight Champion of the World, Lamon “RELENTLESS” Brewster.

Ricardo is an entrepreneur and owns the company, Brawlers Sports Management Group LLC, which is also an umbrella for Brawlers Sports Media, where Rick has covered many Boxing events and interviewed  elite fighters as well as up and coming prospects. He shares his over 45 years of boxing, training and management experience with the boxing community. Additionally, he works for the United States Government.

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