Project11 to sponsor Cal Ellenor

Project11 was going to sponsor Cal ‘Pacino’ Ellenor at Bellator Dublin


Cal Ellenor’s opponent James Gallagher has been forced to pull out of the upcoming Bellator Dublin main event due to injury. This has brought a premature end to Project11’s sponsorship of Cal Ellenor, which was set to be activated in the build-up and throughout Bellator Dublin on February 22.


We are thrilled to announce that we are sponsoring Cal ‘Pacino’ Ellenor for his up-coming headline fight with James Gallagher at Bellator Dublin on February 22.

A fight between Sunderland born Ellenor and Irishman Gallagher was previously arranged to take place back in September 2019, but the Englishman was forced out of the fight on medical grounds.

Having now been given the all-clear by Bellator MMA and the Mohegan Tribe Department of Athletic Regulations, Cal is looking to start off a busy 2020 with a bang by beating Gallagher at his home event at the 3Arena.

“I’m so pleased to announce that Porject11 has decided to start working with me, where they will be a sponsor for my next bout on February 22nd” Cal stated, adding “it’s great to be stepping back into the cage and looking forward to an active year”.

As a sports marketing agency, we offer unrivaled access to advertising opportunities at the world’s top sporting events. We are an industry-leading sports marketing agency best known for our rights in top European football leagues and specialize in activating brand sponsorships with world-class athletes. 

However, this time around we wanted to support Cal directly and utilize the sponsor benefits we normally offer to brands and clients.

Speaking on the sponsorship Antony Moule, Marketing Manager at Project11 said “we’re thrilled to be supporting Callum in his upcoming fight against James Gallagher. As a sports marketing agency, we are well versed in the benefits of athlete sponsorships and are looking forward to working with Cal during the build-up to the fight”.

We consider Callum’s story to be a special one, with Antony adding “it wasn’t that long ago that Cal had to deal with the devastation of being told he won’t be able to compete again because of injury. That’s a huge blow to any athlete. But having been given the all-clear to return to the cage, we’re all hoping Cal can complete the comeback and get that much-deserved win”.