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Packing a punch with Anthony Joshua prints

Evesham-based Ringcraft Boxing Facilities has revealed how it used a Jetrix LXiR320 to print a range of graphics for the recent heavyweight boxing bout between Anthony Joshua and Kubrat Pulev.

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Anthony Joshua knocked out Kubrat Pulev in the December bout

Joshua knocked out Pulev during the fight in December, with the result setting up a potential all-British match with Tyson Fury later this year.

To support the event, which attracted millions of viewers from around the world, Ringcraft printed graphics for display around the arena, including hanging graphics shown in the picture above.

Ringcraft’s managing director Mike Goodall comments: “We are known across the industry for producing the graphics for many of the boxing events across the country.

“In fact, during the course of December we produced the banners for five shows that were going on at Wembley Arena.

We are known across the industry for producing the graphics for many of the boxing events across the country

“Due to the pandemic and restrictions on audiences attending the venue needed to be properly dressed with graphics to compensate for the lack of audience numbers.

“As a result, we probably produced in the region of 50 – 60 banners over the course of the month, some of which were 6.5m by 2m in order to fill the spaces.”

Reflecting on why Ringcraft used a Jetrix LXiR320 for the job, Goodall says: “It kept churning through the jobs, consistently producing fabulous quality and perfect colour vibrancy.

“Then when it was done, it was ready and waiting for the next project.”

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