World of Champions is a promotional company created by Attorney Bellonora McCallum. World of Champions is quickly establishing itself as a forerunner in the local and national boxing market. World of Champions was established to train, develop and promote World Class Title Fighters. WOC showcased its first bout in late February 2012 drawing professional boxers from across the United States.
Bellonora McCallum, the promoter, not only is fueled by an enormous amount of passion, but her educational background fully prepares her to take the throne. She completed her undergraduate studies at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting. After completing her undergraduate studies, Bell then simultaneously pursued a law degree and Master in Business Administration from North Carolina Central University.
Even more impressive than her passion for boxing, is her commitment to the community, especially its youth. “As a former prosecutor, I spent endless hours seeing young people slip helplessly into a cycle of despair, until I saw how boxing could help shape their lives positively,” says Bell reminiscing about the months she participated in boxing training as a form of fitness with a local agency that trained at-risk youth. “I witnessed the transformation and discipline taking place in those young people and it was inspiring.” As a result, World of Champions is working with the Charlotte Boxing Academy to premier local amateur boxers. Our goal is to create World Class Title Fighters in the State of North Carolina.
WOC™ events will aid in city financial growth specifically in the areas of travel and tourism. Not only will professional boxing enhance the economic development of the city but it will enrich our citizens. WOC™ will invest exponential in cultivating local boxing talent as well as providing employment opportunities, thus decreasing crime.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
To consistently produce awe-inspiring live boxing event experiences for our spectators and contestants while enhancing the local economic climate.