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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Fake Taxi Sponsors First Athlete

Brandan Olbrechts might not be a name that you have heard before, but keen fans of boxing should remember. Lil B as he’s known by fans has been an amateur boxer and fighting in the ring since he could put on a pair of gloves.

With Brandan soon to go pro and first big fight coming up, the famous adult brand Fake Taxi has picked Lil B up on their first sponsorship deal and supplying him with everything he needs to prosper at the highest level.

“We’ve known of Brandan for a while and seen his exploits through social media,” Fake Taxi chairman JT writes, “we’re excited for him to rep the brand and knock the seven bells of hell out his opponents and will support him every step of the way!”

Brandan has spoke about his honour of representing such a well-known brand and being the famous black cab’s first ever sponsored athlete, “I was over the moon when I got the call. I’m going to reward the faith and generosity by training as hard as physically possible and give it my all. Hopefully it’s a female driver to and from fights though.” Let’s hope so, hey Lil B.

You can join in a giveaway on Brandan’s Instagram with lots of FakeTaxiStore.com goodies here. Be sure to support this young athlete on his way to the top.

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