Fighter Name Record Fighter Facts
Willie Nelson 25-2-1 Former NABF Super Welterweight Champion - Nelson, a pro since 2006, proves the adage, there is one thing you can't teach in boxing, size. 6'4" with a ridiculous 76" reach, Nelson can keep the entire junior middleweight division away from him with his long right hand. And although he can box, fighters know that he can drop inside and mix it up as well. Willie has his sights on bigger and better things, bringing his first world title home to Cleveland, OH. A veteran of multiple television appearances, Nelson is looking for that one champion willing to put their world title belt on the line.
Prenice Brewer 17-4-1 Brewer fears no one.  A fighter whose last seven opponents have a combined record of 82-11, Cleveland's Brewer is looking for that breakthru victory.  Fighting in the ultra-competitive welterweight division, Brewer's quickness and head movement leaves fighters swinging at his shadow.  Television viewers love Prenice as well as he has been on TV screens multiple times showcasing his fan friendly style.
Derrick Murray 12-0-1 Update coming soon
Tex Trismegistus 12-2-0 A powerful heavyweight with a world class chin, Trismegistus has already been in with high level compeition in his young career.   With virtually no amateur experience, Tex has fought valiantly, including a tough, contested contest in ESPN's heavyweight Boxcino tournament.  Lots more to come from this naturally talented southpaw fighter.
Robbie Cannon 15-12-2 They don't come much tougher than Robbie Cannon.  This lightweight fighter has left his blood and sweat in boxing rings around the country.  He comes at fighters from multiple angles and those opponents all know one thing...Robbie Cannon will just keep coming at them.
Samir Simpson-Bey 6-1-0 Update coming soon
Michael Williams 6-1-0 Update coming soon
Jarvis Williams 5-0-0 Update coming soon