As part of the agreement, Golden Boy will work together with Judah's Super Judah Promotions, when promoting his fights.
"Super Judah Promotions and Golden Boy Promotions working together is phenomenal," said Judah, a former undisputed welterweight champion and a former three-time junior welterweight titleholder. "I have been doing business with Golden Boy Promotions for a number of years, working both with them and against them, and I know what it's like to be on both sides.
"Through those times, I see that we are a perfect fit. This joint venture will give me the experience I need as a promoter and get me the big fights I want at this point of my career."
For his last fight, Zab Judah was a free agent, but worked with Golden Boy to promote the fight. The result was not the one he was hoping for, as he lost a unanimous decision to Danny Garcia back on April 27 in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center.
Considering Judah is a Brooklyn native, and Golden Boy has exclusive rights to the Barclays Center in that city, it made sense for him to work with a company that could book him there.
"I am very happy to welcome Zab to the Golden Boy team," Golden Boy chief executive Richard Schaefer said. "He is without question not only one of the most exciting fighters in boxing, but he also has tremendous name recognition, which reaches into the general market.
"In his thrilling fight against Danny Garcia, Zab showed that he belongs in the absolute top level of the sport. I am looking forward to ... working with Zab and his team and have him participate in the biggest fights in the junior welterweight and welterweight divisions."
No date has been set for the return to action for Zab Judah, but sometime in the fall is what is being looked at.
"We are currently working on some dates and opponents for Zab's first fight with us," Schaefer said.
Fortunately for Judah, Golden Boy has a lot of talent in both their welterweight and junior welterweight divisions, so finding suitable opponents should not be an issue.