WHO WE ARE
The Ring Of Brotherhood Foundation is an organization that advocates for all athletes that have suffered TBI, CTE, and other life-altering sports-related injuries. We strive to provide a wide range of information and services to help prevent injury & protect our champions.
WHAT WE DO
Through our Clinical Research Committee (CRC), we work with the best health professionals, biomedical engineers, and regenerative medicine organizations to provide treatment plans, baseline and diagnosis for all athletes that have suffered TBI, CTE, and other life-altering sports-related injuries. In addition to helping in the overall health and well-being of the athlete, we offer assistance in housing, social services and counseling.
Lisa McClellan, sister of former WBO & WBC Middleweight World Champion Gerald “G-Man” McClellan, was born and raised in Freeport, Illinois. With a promising future ahead of her in 1995, her life took an unexpected turn when her brother suffered a traumatic brain injury in the boxing ring. With less than a 5% chance of survival, G-Man pulled through, and Lisa vowed to serve her brother by his side as his sole provider & caretaker.
REMEMBER THE SIGNS.
FIGHT FOR THE CAUSE.
PROTECT THEIR FUTURE.
Through multi-media, we plan to bring awareness by capturing and creating content that will inform, inspire & bring change in how people see athletes in contact sports. Co- Founder, Lisa McClellan was joined by a professional film crew to shoot documentary style PSAs in Las Vegas. The launching campaign entitled “Remember the Future,” was designed to encourage fans and the boxing community to value their hero’s health and well-being equally or greater than the entertainment value of the sport.
A new dynamic partnership, for lasting change. We are proud to begin a joint collaboration with The World Boxing Council (WBC). Together, The Ring Of Brotherhood Foundation, President of WBC, Mauricio Sulaiman and his team seek to accomplish our mission to help fighters inside and outside the ring.