Scott Patrick Farrell ‘s official statement on his resignation as Ringstar Management Pte Ltd CEO

Scott Patrick Farrell
Scott Patrick Farrell

Today, Friday the 12th day of April, it is with a heavy heart that I announce my official resignation as CEO & Founder of Ringstar Management Pte Ltd, including the sale of my remaining shares.  This was not an easy decision for me to make. Ringstar, trading as Ringstar Asia, was my sole creation and vision from conception. During my tenure as CEO, I have led the company to produce two World Champions, Singapore’s first world title contender, and numerous regional champions.

I started Ringstar to make an impact on the Asian boxing scene, to provide a platform on the world’s stage for the region’s best boxing talents, and I believe that mission has been accomplished. I leave the promotion with some of the top potential fighters in the world and a broadcast reach of over 200 million potential viewers from shows that we produced. It has been a great honour to work with some amazing people and I will miss you all.

The reason behind my decision to vacate the position is to commence work on a new global project that will take my career in the direction I want to proceed from here onwards.  Where possible and prudent, I will be happy to offer partnership and co-promotion opportunities to Ringstar Asia and it is my sincere hope that we can work together in the future even as separate entities.  I will be conducting my farewell fight with the promotion with our current IBO World Champion, Paulus ‘The Rock’ Ambunda in the USA on May the 11th where he will be defending his IBO world title. All other day-to-day running of Ringstar Management Pte Ltd will be handed back to the company as of Friday the 12th of April.

I would like to thank the current shareholders for their support to help build this company to global recognition. Without you, none of this would have been possible, and I wish you all the best for the future.  Thank you to all the media and the fans of the shows, and a special thank you to the fighters that I have had the honour to work with and nurture their growth in this sport. Everyone I have met through this Ringstar Asia journey, thank you again for your support

Kind regards.


Scott Patrick Farrell

Former CEO & Founder

Ringstar Asia

Ringstar presents Muhamad Ridhwan vs Paulus Ambunda rematch for WBC belt in Singapore

Muhamad Ridhwan, Paulus Ambunda

On January 14, 2019, Singapore-based sports media and entertainment company Ringstar Boxing announced 12 featured fights for its first show of 2019 happening on March 29, 2019 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium. The main event will feature the much anticipated rematch between Muhamad “The Chosen Wan” Ridhwan of Singapore and Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda of Namibia for the World Boxing Council Silver Featherweight title.

One of the co-main events is a battle between two Filipino boxers. International Boxing Organization Bantamweight Champion Michael “Gloves On Fire” Dasmarinas will face Kenny “Big Heart” Demecillo for the IBF World Title Eliminator.

Another co-main event is a contest for WBC Asia Super Featherweight title. Nort Beauchamp of Thailand and New Zealand will face Defry Palulu of Indonesia for the title.

There will be four 4-round bouts in the undercard including a women’s match. Efasha Kamarudin of Singapore will face Febryanti Lubin of Indonesia.

This will be the sixth event of Ringstar since 2017 and the first of three shows in Singapore in 2019 with others slated for July 2019 and December 2019. The promotion’s fourth show is planned for Malaysia in October 2019.

For the event headlined by Ridhwan and Ambunda on March 29, 2019, fans will be treated to the most impressive array of up-and-coming boxers from Asia-Pacific, all matched up with the Ringstar credo in mind: 50/50, competitive boxing matches with integrity, designed to excite fans around the world. This is a key step in establishing the company as one of Asia’s fastest growing sports media properties.

Meanwhile, here is a clip featuring Ridhwan:

Tickets range from $38 – $118 and go on sale January 18, 2019 at Ambunda. VIP ringside sofa seats are at $1,888 comes with uninterrupted views of the ring and a personalized butler service with free flow drinks.

Early Bird discounts of 30 percent off all tickets till February 28, 2019 with promo code “Ringstar.” All fights will be broadcast live globally with more details to be announced soon. 

Ringstar Boxing CEO Scott Farrell to take Paulus Ambunda to bigger fights

Paulus Ambunda, Scott Patrick Farrell
Paulus Ambunda, Scott Patrick Farrell

Ringstar Boxing founder and CEO Scott Farrell is happy to welcome the reigning International Boxing Organization World Super Bantamweight Champion Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda, 38, of Namibia. With a professional boxing record of 27 wins and 2 losses, the Namibian boxer is a three-time IBO world champion and is a former World Boxing Organization World Bantamweight Champion.

“I will be taking Paulus to bigger fights and he will once again shock the world,” Farrell declared. “Mark my words.”

On September 29, 2018, Ambunda defeated reigning IBO Intercontinental Featherweight Champion Muhamad “The Chosen Wan” Ridhwan, 30, of Singapore at the “Roar of Singapore V: The Kings of Lion City” at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. It was the first ever loss of the Singaporean boxer.

“I am very excited to welcome Paulus ‘The Rock’ Ambunda to Ringstar management,” Farrell said. “He still has plenty to offer and he proved that on my last show at Marina Bay Sands on September 29th when he once again claimed the IBO super bantamweight title.”

Ringstar Boxing has been increasing in popularity throughout Asia with shows broadcast worldwide via international broadcast partners. Recent TV ratings on its ESPN TV5 debut saw the promotion take first place in reach by over one million viewers more than the event headlined by reigning International Boxing Federation World Super Flyweight Champion Jerwin “Pretty Boy” Ancajas, 26, of the Philippines and his challenger Alejandro “Peque” Santiago, 22, of Mexico.

In 2019, Ringstar Boxing will also promote four shows in various South East Asian cities. Farrell announced, “We will be working closely with the WBC to promote only the best fights in Boxing, including a world title to be announced very soon.”

Ambunda will be joining other world-class boxers managed and promoted by Ringstar Boxing. Among them are Ridhwan, IBO World Bantamweight Champion Michael “Gloves on Fire” Dasmarinas, 26, o of the Philippines, IBO Asia Champion Nort Beauchamp, 33, of Thailand and New Zealand, IBO Oceania Welterweight champion Keng “The Mean Machine” Fai, 23, of Malaysia, World Boxing Council Asia Continental Light Heavyweight Champion Muhammad “Miracle Mirage Khan” Meeraj, 28, of Malaysia and Cairo “The Waikato Warrior” George, 28, of New Zealand.

Meanwhile, here is a clip featuring Farrell and two Ringstar Boxing boxers:

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Paulus Ambunda dethrones Muhamad Ridhwan at ‘Roar of Singapore V’ via split decision

Muhamad Ridhwan, Gary Ingraham, Paulus Ambunda (photo by David Ash)
Muhamad Ridhwan, Gary Ingraham, Paulus Ambunda (photo by David Ash)

30 SEPTEMBER 2018 – SINGAPORE: Ringstar Boxing, Asia’s fastest growing sports media property, just staged its biggest boxing match to date, with ‘Roar of Singapore V – The Kings of Lion City’, which took place at Marina Bay Sands last Saturday, September 29, 2018, and was seen all over the world via its broadcast partners.

Muhamad “The Chosen Wan” Ridhwan faced his first defeat in his entire professional career, (11-1); with the IBO World Super Bantamweight title going to Namibian boxer Paulus “The Rock” Ambunda, at the end of the evening.  Ambunda won by split decision, with the judges scorecard showing – 115-113, 116-111, 112-115.

But Ridhwan assured his fans that he will be back, “I know Paulus is a fighter, I respect him…But I will come back.  I always come back.”

While Ringstar Founder & CEO Scott Farrell says, “Muhamad Ridwan showed that he’s ready, he may not have won the decision, but he’s ready and he will be back.  One day he will be world champion, mark my words.”

Sponsors and Partners of ‘Roar of Singapore V – The Kings of Lion City’ include NTUC FairPrice, Marina Bay Sands, Nutrifirst, Cobra Energy Drink, and Roomaif.

Ringstar Boxing, Asia’s fastest growing sports media property has now reached an overwhelming broadcast footprint of over a potential billion viewers across the globe, plus broadcast partners that include FIGHT SPORTS, ESPN TV5 Philippines, MediaCorp Okto, Astro Malaysia, and FTA channel for delayed broadcast.

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