Well this week has a lot of boxing going on, but for the State of Minnesota it is being represented by some of its prospects and its other talented boxers.
January 19th welterweight prospect Jamal “Shango” James 19(9)-0 faced his toughest opponent yet on Premiere Boxing Champions Tuesday Night Fights on FoxSports1. Javier Molina who is a former Olympian, came to beat James, but just couldn’t figure him out, and looked frustrated for 10 rounds. Jamal James won a Unanimous Decision.
January 22, 2016 Middleweight prospect Robert “Bravo” Brant 18(11)-0 will be stepping up his competition and taking on Decarlo Perez 15-3-1 for the vacant WBA-NABA Middleweight title on ShoBox on Showtime . He is coming off of a victory over Louis Rose 13-3-1, where he won the WBC Continental Americas Middleweight Title.
Also on January 22, there is a boxing card stacked with Minnesota talent at the Grand Casino, Hinkley, MN. The Main Event will feature Antonio Johnson 11(6)1-1 vs Mohammed Kayongo 18(13)4-1 for the USA Minnesota State Super Welterweight Title, and other talent on the card will be Heavyweight Aaron Green 16-0, Cruiserweight Al Sands 15-2, Middleweight Andy Kolle 26-4, Super Lightweight Winston Anderson 4-1, Super Lightweight Nate Rubin 2-0-1, Heavyweight Van Goodman 4-5-2 and outstanding amateur boxer Ryan Watson will be making his professional debut.
January 23, 2016 will wrap up the week of great talent from Minnesota boxers when two boxers will enter the ring for the last time. This will be a retirement fight for both great warriors. Minnesota’s own veteran boxer Super middleweight Anthony “The Bullet” Bosante 34-12-3 will face off against the boxing legend Ramon Luis “Yori Boy” Campas, 105-17-3 this Main event fight will be a 10 round slug-fest, these two boxers have fought to many warriors in their careers to not know all the tricks, it will be heart, sweat and mental toughness that wins this fight, it will take place at the Civic Center in Butte, Montana, Yori Boy’s home state. You can watch this fight and the rest of the card Battle of the Ages, live on the internet at the following link below for $14.99 Battle of the Ages.
Keep your eyes open, for some of these names because Minnesota boxers are making people stand up and take notice. #TheTruthHasSpoken