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Felix Rácz was born in Satu Mare (1973) and lives in Hungary since 1991. He speaks Hungarian, English, French and Romanian. He founded Felix Promotion in 2002.
The name can be familiar to sport fans because Felix Promotion is part of the Hungarian- and international life. Thanks to the company’s excellent boxers and TV2’s production, TV2 Ring a few months later it gained a nationwide fame.
Almost 3, 2 million people followed the „Bonecracker” versus J. P. Chacon’s fight on TV Live, which entered in the Hungarian sport history as the most popular sport event featuring a hungarian. During its nearly five years of activity the company has promoted 78 title fights. 10 Hungarian-, 32 international-, 9 European- and 27 World Championship belts were attached to different athletes wrist.
The most popular athletes of the team were: Bettina Csábi, Viktória Miló, Attila „Viper” Kovács, János „Bonecracker” Nagy, Jozsef „Hangman” Nagy.
Between 2004 and 2006 Felix Rácz was the president of the Hungarian Boxing Federation’s technical comission.
Thanks to the professional experience, continuous orientation and the wide range of contacts the reanimation of the company in 2010 didn’t cause problems.
The agency’s primary aim is to provide to their talented athletes and artists a safe financial background for an efficient competition.

   Athletes who colaborate with Felix Promotion:

  • Anasztázia Nguyen (athletics)
  • Attila Kovács (boxing)
  • Balázs Benik (rally)
  • Balázs Kelemen (boxing)
  • Krisztián Berki (gymnastique)
  • Norbert Farkas (skiing)
  • Richárd Rapport (chess)
  • Sándor Nagy (boxing)
  • Zsolt Bedák (boxing)


  • From 2001 till his retirement in boxing 2006 he was elected as „ Boxing Manager of the Year” five times in Hungary.
  • He got the „Manager Hope of the Year” award at the Bahamas in 2003
  • He won the „Titan of the Year” award in Switzerland in 2004.
  • In 2011 was elected as „ Sportmanager of the Year” in Hungary.
  • Felix Promotion was the first company to ever promote a pro boxing card in the United Arab Emirates in 7th of May 2002 (Dubai) at the Aviator Center.
  • In 2014 he got the Hungarian Boxing Award