About us

"Back to the roots and straight to the top"

The Legends Boxing Foundation is a contemporary association whose aim is to revolutionise boxing worldwide. We aim to offer a perspective for smaller and bigger promoters.

In 2015 this association was founded by the former boxing-promoter Eva Rolle together with her son Robert Rolle. Eva Rolle organised more than 100 professional boxing events all over the world aswell as several title fights with the most different associations. She knows certainly how association and promoters can cooperate with each other in the best way. Furthermore she’s familiar with all possible issues in the boxing business and is willing to work them out.


Grand Opening New Office Las Vegas 2018

New Office has opened in 3531 E.Russell Road Suite A Las Vegas, NV 89120

Hall of Fame Serbia 2018

Life`s work Price for Eva Rolle

Brian "Golden Gloves" Adams is New European President of LBF Boxing Division

The President of the LBF Legends Boxing Foundation and his Board Members are proud and happy, to announce that Brian Golden Gloves Adams has decided to become Director Amateur LBF USA & European President of the LBF Boxing Division... we look forward to a fantastic collaboration... Congratulations!
WBC Silver World light middelweight Champion & LBF World light middleweight Champion Inna Sagaydakovskaya

LBF / WBC World Title Fight - Almaty Khasakhstan

At 30th of december for the first Time ever a LBF and WBC World Female Title Bout was taking place at Almaty Khasakhstan. The WBC Silver World Champion in light middleweight Inna Sagaydakovskaya from Russia fought against LBF World light middleweight Champion Jennifer Retzke from Germany. Inna Sagaydakovskaya (7-0, 3 KOs), who has blitzed her german opponent Jennifer Retzke (16-4-1) in just two rounds, won the WBC and LBF crown in this Night. Sagaydakovskaya made her debut as a pro at the age of 32 and put her name fastly into contention. This time, she didn't lost any time waiting for Retzke, instead going right at her opponent. The "Ice Queen" showed her power early, and Retzke (who went the full distance against welterweight and P4P Champion Cecilia Braekhus in 2014) was hurt by the end of the first round. Inna continued attacking in the second, finally catching her foe with a huge right counter. Retzke wobbled to the ropes again, looked lost and was defenceless under the power of the Russian blonde, when referee Daniel Van de Wiele stopped the fight after 1:59.


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