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WEBISODE WATCH: Immortal Caesar: Life of a Pro Boxer

Just a few days ago, I received an email from a reader of this site by the name of Natalia Rodriguez. Natalia's email was as follows:

Hello Bryan,

I've been a very active reader of your boxing blogs and really enjoy them. I wanted to contact you about the current project that I am working on. I am working for the Immortal Caesar Project Inc. Caesar is a amateur boxer that has his debut professional fight in a few months. Caesar's journey as the life of boxer is being depicted through a webseries. Which is called "Immortal Caesar: Life of a Pro Boxer" I would like to invite you to check out the press release @

You can also check out the webisodes at or

Currently we just released the 2nd episode. Episodes are being released Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays for 5 weeks. Then two weeks after the final episode is the live fight in Hollywood, CA. We are currently working alongside with our publicist to market the video and get views. We were wondering if there is any way that there can be a mention in your blogs about our project. I will gladly speak to you more about our project if you'd like too to answer any questions you might have.

Thank You for your time,

Natalia Rodriguez
Immortal Caesar Project Inc.

As you can all see, she brought to my attention a documentary of a young fighter that her and her company are currently working on. The documentary titled "Immortal Caesar: Life of a Pro Boxer" will be released very shortly. Here's a webisode of the documentary for all of you to view. Enjoy!

Best of luck to those working on this promising looking series. Best of luck to young Caesar in his professional boxing pursuits as well.



Anonymous said...

Immortal Jack Ass is a con artist that has ripped off many a person for thousands of dollars. His name is Sherman Shultz form Dayton Ohio.., BEWARE

Anonymous said...

Yah this dude isn't even a real boxer.. He's a douchebag. I talked to him a bit online and he's the furthest thing from a pro boxer. He never "worked up to his pro debut" at that club. I heard that he also conned people in the early 2000s too.