Boxing is a great sport, and it is one that can be a great source of revenue for an entertainment company.
With that said, however, the promoters of boxing events have to be mindful of what their names and trademarks mean to their respective company and their fans.
In a recent article for The Hill, David Brockman, founder of the anti-poverty advocacy group Media Matters for America, described the name of the promoter of the upcoming Barclays Center in Brooklyn, which will be the venue for the next generation of UFC fighters:Brockman wrote that the Barclays Center will be named after a chemical used to make chlorine bleach, a toxic chemical that has caused thousands of deaths in the US and around the world.
Brockman added that his group is concerned that the company’s sponsors will not be allowed to use the Barclays name and logo for UFC, because it is associated with the chemical company.
This is not the first time that Brockman has raised concerns about the Barclays branding.
He previously raised concerns over the company that owns the Barclays Bank building in Brooklyn after the bank and its employees were arrested on charges of accepting bribes and fraud in exchange for securing millions of dollars in government contracts.
While the Barclays logo was not featured in Brockman’s article, it is likely that the name has been on the title of the event since its inception in 1996.
The Barclays Center is not a sports arena or an arena, it’s a complex of buildings.
There is no guarantee that the event will have a ring, but it will likely have at least one ring, which is located on the arena’s south side.
The arena will be home to UFC’s fighters for a number of years, with the first fight taking place in 2020.