After 10 months of waiting for the World Record, Entertainment Billionaire Steven Kronick agrees to global inspiration deal with Mayweather Family. KronickMayweather will remind people that they can be undefeated in their own lives, personally, professionally, locally, globally, physically, spiritually. Both families have always placed God at the center of their work.
In August 2017, World Champion Boxer Floyd Mayweather made history, setting a new all time World Record for 50 undefeated fights.
Celebrities including Tony Robbins, Charlize Theron, Matt Damon, Jennifer Lopez, Bruce Willis, Karlie Kloss, Mark Wahlberg, Olivia Munn, Jaimie Foxx, Savannah Brinson, Lebron James, Ben Stiller, Jeremy Piven, and Sean "Diddy" Combs, rushed to Las Vegas competing for front row seats to the most important boxing event of the 21st century. In the habit of victory, Mayweather did what nobody has ever done before.
About a year earlier, after a month of scheduling, the family got in touch with VisualTargeting® and offered to merge influence in order to inspire the world with a new venture named KronickMayweather.
"I thought I was just doing a basic consulting call as a favor to like minded people who believed in God so I was surprised that they already had a new business plan in mind. I am used to being invited to speak to large groups of people, but this was a 50 million person event, so we really have to do some good here," Kronick commented.
In the 21st century it is more important than ever that people realize that they can be undefeated without having to fight anyone. Merging two undefeated worldwide American messages will show people how to win personally and professionally, locally and globally, physically and spiritually.
VisualTargeting® is a legal global monopoly used in more countries than Google, and now for the first time in history, Mayweather has become a global monopoly for what will likely be the remainder of the 21st century.
When asked why the family chose Steven Kronick, "It is an honor to be working with the man who coached the world's best coach," answered Justin Mayweather, Floyd's younger brother.