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Lamont Peterson

LAMONT PETERSON Lamont Peterson (born January 24, 1984) is an American boxer in the light welterweight division and the current unified WBA (Super) and IBF Junior Welterweight Champion with a current record of (30 Wins(15 KO’s)- 1 Loss, 1 Draw). Lamont Peterson is one of the hottest prospects in the world in the Jr. Welterweight division. He is a true testament to the old adage that hard work and dedication pays off. He is the true American success story. After … Continue reading

Anthony Peterson

ANTHONY PETERSON Anthony Peterson is an impressive young fighter who has already began to make his mark in the lightweight division. He is a true contender at 135 pounds destined for a world title and he also happens to be the younger brother (by 15 months) of current unified Junior Welterweight WBA and IBF World Champion Lamont Peterson. Anthony and Lamont’s story of homelessness and despair has appeared on ESPN2, SHOBOX and has been featured in the USA Today, Washington … Continue reading

PATRICK HARRIS

Patrick ”YG” Harris is an electric 21-year-old lightweight prospect out of Washington, D.C.   Born into a fighting family,Harris’ boxing bloodlines run deep.  He is the nephew of two-time world champion Lamont Peterson and son of world-renowned trainer Patrice “Boogie” Harris.  He completed a decorated 98-fight amateur career in 2013 after winning two national titles, including the 2007 Ringside World Championship and the 2013 USA Boxing Youth Nationals. Harris entered the professional ranks in June of 2014 in Fort Washington, Maryland, knocking out George Palmer just 45 seconds into … Continue reading

SHYNGGYSKHAN TAZHIBAY

24-year-old Shynggyskhan Tazhibay is not only from the same hometown as reigning WBA and IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, he used to train in the same gym as “Triple G” when he was a junior boxer coming up in Karaganda, Kazakhstan. Shynggyskhan followed closely in his footsteps over the years, and in 2014 finished an outstanding amateur career that consisted of 84 fights and 73 wins. 20 of those bouts took place since relocating to the United States in 2013, a move … Continue reading