LAS VEGAS, June 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Hip Hop Boxing Federation (HHBF) today announced its never before attempt to deter the gun violence plaguing the shattered hip hop community. For the sole purpose of eliminating what could potentially become another deadly industry beef, an expansive team of entertainment and sports professionals have conjoined to offer such a resolution.

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“Settling beef without a piece, putting the guns down and catching a fade to get paid, is an industry game changer,” said Ryan Eisenberg, Chief Operations Officer for Hip Hop Boxing Federation and Bryanna Jenkins, Conflict Resolution Consultant. “This helps to resolve the culture’s number one fear which is the senseless loss of life caused by gun violence of today’s clout chasers and bullies.”

According to reports, the feud between Tr3way and Glo Gang has reached to an alarming extent of late – so much that it has resulted in someone taking a shot at Chief Keef (founder of Glo Gang) during a recent visit to New York.

HHBF is an urban genre of Vince McMahan’s WWF. The organization has introduced production and exhibition of storyline boxing steered by hip hop celebs, social media influencers as well as members of rival street gangs who want to settle their “Beef” inside the ring. Bouts hosted by HHBF are completely entertainment based.

Hip Hop Boxing Federation offers a number of services to the entertainment and sports industries, including conflict resolution, management, promotion, consulting, product placement, sponsorship and more.

 

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SOURCE Hip Hop Boxing Federation