Jamel Herring has signed a promotional contract with Top Rank and has left advisor Al Haymon.
With the new contract, Herring will be fighting a minimum of three fights a year with Top Rank.
Top Rank vice president Carl Moretti told ESPN, “We’re happy for him.” “Once everything is signed he can restart his career training under ‘Bomac.’ Herring is just one of a plethora of fighters who find themselves in a no-hope position. They’re prizefighters. That’s what they’re supposed to do — fight for a prize and, obviously, that window has been closed for many of them.”