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Cleveland "Fly As Day" Jones

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Cleveland "Fly As Day" Jones
BornCleveland Jones Jr.

June 22 1983 (age 36)

Houma, Louisiana
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationFull Sail University
💼 Occupation
📆 Years active  2006-present
🌐 Websitewww.agentjr.com

Cleveland Jones Jr. (born June 22, 1983) nicknamed “Fly as Day,” is a serial entrepreneur, professional sports manager, entertainment manager, and a social media influencer. At the age of 17, he was awarded a full-ride scholarship because of his athletic career in high school. In 2016, He Jones worked as co-manager & U.S. handler of former 5 Time World Champion Christina “Lady” Hammer . He is currently working on an official launch date for his new sportswear brand, which he co-founded, “Brave Hart Athletics.” Jones is the client manager and boxing director at JR Sports Enterprises LLC. [1]

Early Life and Education[edit]

Born in an impoverished neighborhood of Houma, Louisiana, Jones grew up in a small home and lived with six other family members. After moving a couple of times, Jones, along with his family, settled in Phoenix, Arizona, where he received an athletic scholarship as he became a rising sports star in his high school.[2] [3] Jones also enrolled in an honors program for media and entertainment in 2005 at Full Sail University but later dropped out to focus on his career. In 2008, Jones became a federal firefighter and worked as a fire engine crew member.

Personal Life:[edit]

Cleveland Jones is happily married and is a father to a son and three daughters.

Entrepreneurial Career:[edit]

Jones’ entrepreneurial talent was evident from an early age, at the age of 7, with the help of his grandparents Louise Stewart & Ida Bell Allan Rockward, Jones made a living by selling frozen cups, caramel balls, and homemade pralines. At the age of 22, Jones became a stylist for high schoolers and college students. In 2014, Jones’ founded his first management company Fly As Day Management. He then became the Chief Operating Officer of Lang BridgeApp, a communications app and online music store that aims to break language barriers between fans and entertainers, in 2015 he became the Chief Marketing officer of the same app. Jones then signed certified platinum artist Lil’ Flip, in an $80 million deal and released a series of collaborative freestyles. The partnership then grew as Pall Wall, and Jhaime joined the team, and together, they released “713 Degrees in Houston’s” lead single “Summa Breez.”[4]

In 2017, Jones joined forces with the CEO of Lang BridgeApp, Terry Moss, and together they founded Our Cyrcle. Inc, a social media marketing company.

Jones is also the head of Celebrity Brand Ambassadors for Mammoth Labs.  

In 2018, Jones co-founded of Brave Hart Athletics, a sportswear apparel company.

Boxing Management Career:[edit]

In 2016, Jones became the manager of professional boxer Travell “Black Magic” Mazion of Golden Boy Promotions. He also worked as the co-manager and US handler of former five-time World Champion Christina “Lady” Hammer. Jones also works as a client manager and boxing director JR Sports Enterprises.   He is also working to ensure the banning of the use of steroids for performance enhancement in sports. Jones also motivated his client Joel Bushby, to start his own supplement company, TNT Fuel Supplements. [5][6]

Notable Clients:[edit]

Jones has worked with several big clients; some of the most prominent names are Travell “Black Magic” Mazion, Christina “Lady” Hammer, Anthony Cioffi, Tyrice Beverette, Kenneth Durden, April Summers, Royce Bell, Danrue, Lil’ JJ, Pretty Vee, Jeb Carty, Lil Flip, Joel Bushby & Glen Kolotkin.


  1. "Cleveland "Fly As Day" Jones explains the role of a sports manager". www.capitalgazette.com.
  2. "Jones represents Christina Hammer".
  3. "Jones Represents Travell Mizon". www.ringtv.com.
  4. "Cleveland Jones: Cannabis Entrepreneur-Mammoth Labs". Forbes.
  5. "Cleveland "Fly as Day" Jones explains the role of a sports manager". capitalgazette.com.
  6. "Cleveland "Fly As Day" Jones discusses about banning steroids in sports". thriveglobal.com.

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