Queen City Immigration Law services Visas for Evander Holyfield's Real Deal Boxing

Former Heavy Champion Evander Holyfield’s Real Deal Boxing, along with the World Boxing Council (“WBC”), announced that their organization will promote an eight man boxing competition in in the welterweight division. Queen City Immigration’s Combat Sports Practice will provide the immigration support for the tournament which begins on April 27 in Louisville, Kentucky.

The first round brackets are as follows:

#1 ranked FELIX DIAZ, (19-2-0, 9 KO’s) of Santa Domingo, D.R. will clash with #8 ranked DERRIECK CUEVAS, (16-0-1, 13 KO’s) of Catano, Puerto Rico.

#2 ranked CHRIS VAN HEERDEN, (25-2-1, 12 KO’s) of Johannesburg, South Africa, faces #7 ranked TIMO SCHWARZKOPF, (18-1-0, 10 KO’s) of Stuttgart, Germany.

#3 ranked FREDRICK LAWSON, (26-1-0, 21 KO’s) battles #6 ranked BAISHANBO NASIYWULA, (13-1-1, 6 KO’s), of Urumqi, China.

#4 ranked RADZHAB BUTAEV, (8-0-0, 6 KO’s) of Russia faces #5 ranked BRAD SOLOMON, (27-1-0, 9 KO’s), of Douglasville, Georgia.

The Queen City Immigration Law is excited to support the foreign-born athletes competing in this tournament. “It is always an honor to work with a World Champion such,’ says Partner Sherrod Seward, practice leader of the Queen City Immigration’s Law’s Combat Sports section. “Every athlete in this tournament has the skill set to take home everything, and that is what makes Real Deal Boxing special.”

Queen City Immigration Law specializes in O and P visas for athletes around the world and has a special practice group specifically for combat sports. Queen City Immigration Law is committed to acting as an innovator for improving the usefulness and effectiveness of P and O visa applications for boxers, mixed martial artists, and promotions that organize combat sports competitions.


Queen City Immigration Law is a Charlotte, North Carolina-based full-service immigration law firm that focuses on the strategic needs of combat sports athletes and professionals all over the world. Our firm specializes in purposeful, intelligent and thorough representation in P and O visa categories for athletes, trainers, and coaches. We also advocate for combat sports business professionals with employment and investment based visa solutions. For exceptional service to the community, we have attorneys and staff with fluency in French, Vietnamese, Spanish, and Polish languages. Other languages are easily accommodated upon request.

All our clients have to do to get started with the QCI Law P Visa Challenge is to visithttp://www.qcilaw.com/athlete-p-1-form/ for athletes andhttp://www.qcilaw.com/promoterspackage for promoters. For more information, do not hesitate to call our offices at (704) 741-9002.