Following Fredrick Lamar Clothing

Designer Fredrick Lamar, pictured right, with his friend and client, lightweight world champion Mickey Bey

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By Chris Robinson

Stick around the boxing game long enough and you are bound to find your share of personalities outside of the ropes as well as inside.

To anyone familiar with recently-crowned IBF lightweight champion Mickey Bey, they will tell you that the Cleveland, Oh. native likes to keep a small circle.

Bey recently scored a huge victory when he upset longtime champion Miguel Vazquez  over 12 rounds this past September on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Marcos Maidana II undercard at the MGM Grand.

Despite his recent triumph, Bey is still grounded about his aspirations as a champion and already has his sights set on his next move.

So, while Bey may be quiet, there are certainly some key members around him making moves. One of those men close to Bey is fashion designer Fred Lamar, who owns and operates Fredrick Lamar Clothing.

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The brand plays host to a bevy of custom made apparel, from high-end suits, shirts, boots, and much more.

Fredrick Lamar Clothing has worked exclusively with Floyd Mayweather, as seen during his 2013 interview during Men’s Final Four below, as well as former NBA star Gary Payton, amongst others.

Stay tuned exclusively to HustleBoss.com in the coming months for more news on Fredrick Lamar and please check below for more details and exclusive updates. For a closer look at Fredrick Lamar Clothing please click HERE

VIDEO: A closer look at Fredrick Lamar Clothing

Floyd Mayweather wears Fredrick Lamar Clothing custom shirt during 2013 Final Four interview

Chris Robinson can be reached at CRobinson@hustleboss.com

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