KO Dynasty relaunches offering free management in exchange for commissioned financial advisement
2 monthes ago - By MMAjunkie
Mickey Dubberly left the MMA industry after he says the sponsorship market cratered around the time the UFC struck a deal with Reebok. But he's back now, pitching potential clients on a novel idea: free management.
Well, almost free. Dubberly, the CEO of KO Dynasty, offers fighters his expertise in contract negotiation and career guidance in exchange for an opportunity to manage their investment portfolio.
Dubberly, who got his start in financial services as a stockbroker and now works as a financial advisor, believes he can not only help fighters advance their careers but also set them up...
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