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JAHI TUCKER: TOP RANK NEWEST STAR, WITH SUPPORT OF J. PRINCE, FIGHTS ON FEBRUARY 13

By Xavier Porter Top Rank has a considerable amount of fighters signed within their stable, who are all focused and determined, to stand out amongst themselves and the best. Bob Arum’s Top Rank newest signee, 18 – year old Jahi Tucker of Deer Park (NY), returns back to the ring on February 13, back at the bubble, in Las Vegas, where he will further his professional career. Tucker himself has a current professional record of 2-0 (1 KO), having only just turned 18 (January 18th). Tucker, the former number one ranked amateur boxer in the United States, decided to...

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JIMMY WILLIAMS: BIGGEST CAREER FIGHT IN FACING HOT PROSPECT BRANDUN LEE, SEPTEMBER 19, LIVE ON SHOWTIME BOXING

JIMMY WILLIAMS: BIGGEST CAREER FIGHT IN FACING HOT PROSPECT BRANDUN LEE, SEPTEMBER 19, LIVE ON SHOWTIME BOXING – Williams, the former WBC USNBC Welterweight Champion is readying himself for one of the biggest fights in his career, against young, hungry prospect, who certainly packs a punch, that many believe has the ability to become a world champion.

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REGIS PROGRAIS: I’M THE BEST AT 140LB, LOOK NO MORE, THE ROUGAROU IS BACK!!!

REGIS PROGRAIS: I’M THE BEST AT 140LB, LOOK NO MORE, THE ROUGAROU IS BACK!!!

Former WBA (Super), and WBC (Diamond Belt) Super Lightweight World Champion Regis Prograis is eager and ready to return to the ring, after experiencing his first career loss, as a professional, to current unified (WBA, IBF) Super Lightweight title holder Josh Taylor.

In that fight, both men fought their hearts out, but it was Taylor who came away with the victory and a possible career ending eye-injury, given that Prograis closed and shut Taylor’s right eye with so many deadly, thudding, powerful punches.

Taylor, the current unified champion, has yet to fight again, or take a rematch, with the man, simply known as the “ROUGRAOU.”

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JAMIR “OFFICIAL BIG FUTURE” ROBERTSON: YOUNG, TALENTED, TWO STAR ATHLETE – THE WORLD IS YOURS

Jamir, previously nicknamed “Lil Future”, who’s now known to the world as “Official Big Future”, presents with elite skills, talent, star power, and mental toughness that both young and older people marvel at.

Jamir’s boxing ability has also been recognized and supported by the greats of the sport, including none other his Philadelphia brethren, 2019 International Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee Bernard Hopkins; two-division world champion Andre Ward; and current unified heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua.

Robertson, who’s won many of accolades and trophies, is also a 2014 Philly Golden Gloves Champ and 2015 Junior Olympics Silver Medalist.

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