By Xavier Porter (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
May 31, 2020 – The sport of boxing has been missing the killer instinct from the borough of Brooklyn from within the welterweight division.
Zab Judah, six-time world champion, and the last Undisputed Welterweight Champion, represented exactly that.
Fast forward to the year of 2020, the borough of Brooklyn has a new welterweight fighter, who not only possesses the skills and pedigree, but the desire and determination to bring the belts back home.
His name is: Justin Biggs.
Biggs, Brooklyn, NY (8-0, 6 KOs), trains under the great Yoel Judah and 6x world champion Zab Judah.
“Both men are world champions,” Biggs shared.
“Zab is the hardest person to perform under. I may not possess the same skills that he has, but him and his father are supportive in my skill development.”
“Having Zab and his father, by my side, teaching me different angles and intelligence, I’m just so thankful for all the blessings.”
“Zab has fought everyone. Learning from one of the best southpaw fighters, in boxing’s history, continues to help me get better.
Nicknamed “Big Time Biggs” aka “The Brooklyn Torch, Biggs comes from the fighting “Biggs Family”, which features both his older brother Raymond (a former standout NYC fighter), along with his younger brother and sister, amateur boxers Christian D’Angelo and Aida.
Biggs’ father, a well-loved and respected trainer from NYC, taught his children the sweet-science of the sport at an early age.
“My father put us in boxing early. God Bless him. It’s been five years since his passing.”
“My brother Raymond was like a prodigy in boxing. He was beating grown men in the NYC Golden Gloves.”
“I grew up focused on wanting to fight on HBO, which is probably now DAZN and Showtime Boxing.”
“I was so invested in boxing. During my upbringing, I used to hear kids to talk about Kobe Bryant all the time (RIP TO KOBE BRYANT); but for me, the guys that I grew up following and wanting to be like were Zab “Super” Judah, Roy Jones Jr, and “Sugar” Shane Mosely.”
Biggs has since become a NYC Golden Gloves Champion, also gone on to win the WBF Super Welterweight Championship, and Virginia State Super Welterweight Title.
Biggs, who was previously signed to the Evander Holyfield Real Deal Boxing, is preparing for his return to the ring.
In doing so, Biggs has also expanded his brand in becoming extremely marketable for promoters and fight fans alike as he is the CEO of BIGGTIME PROMOTIONS, with a hot, new song, along with his brother Christian, that’s steadily rising in the charts.
“I’ve been taking care of myself, just giving my body a rest. Myself and my brother have been focused on building our music and our own brand.”
“We’ve dropped the video with Speed Walter. He’s from Ohio. Both my brother and myself are on the hook.”
The song is a garnering huge success on many music outlets including:
- Released on March 18, 2020
Biggs has found the way of the world by positioning himself within the triangle offense:
- He’s a skilled, talented, professional boxer
- He has a great music career ahead of him
- He’s also a published model
The question isn’t if Biggs can fight; the question is how much will he accomplish in his fighting career and after.
Biggs’ supreme focus is representing his family and bringing home a world title.
Biggs, who last fought on 12/14/19 to win the Virginia State Super Welterweight Title, is now focused on fighting to win a world title at the welterweight division (147lb).
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Xavier Porter is the:
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- Boxing Analyst for: Facebook FIGHTNIGHTLIVE https://www.facebook.com/FaceFIGHTNIGHTLIVE/
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