Trailblazing: Meet the Rising Stars of American Boxing Poised to Conquer the World Stage!

Trailblazing: Meet the Rising Stars of American Boxing Poised to Conquer the World Stage!
While British boxing has seen its share of glory in recent years, could the next wave of talent from across the pond be poised for a takeover? Terence Crawford, Devin Haney, Gervonta Davis, and Shakur Stevenson lead the charge in the American resurgence, showing no signs of slowing down. Let’s explore the journeys of some rising stars as they carve their path to greatness.
Curmel ‘Big Deal’ Moton (pictured above with Richardson Hitchins), a force to be reckoned with boasting 18 American National Championships in the amateur circuit. Turning professional at just seventeen under the mentorship of Floyd Mayweather Jr, Moton made a thunderous debut on the #CaneloCharlo undercard, securing a first-round victory. With two more wins under his belt, including a standout performance against Anthony Cuba, Moton is set to continue his momentum on the #CaneloMunguia undercard, with CEO of TMT promotions, Leonard Ellerbe, eyeing a World title fight within the next twelve months.
Zaquin Moses, often found honing his skills alongside boxing elites like Shakur Stevenson and Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford, is poised for a transition from the amateur to the professional realm. Having shared the ring with Moton in the amateurs and aided Raymond Ford (pictured above) in his victorious WBA World Featherweight title challenge, Moses is primed for greatness.
Abdullah Mason, hailing from Ohio, continues to ascend the ranks with an unbeaten record of 13-0, adding an eleventh KO to his repertoire. Promoted by Top Rank, Mason’s precision as a southpaw is turning heads in the competitive lightweight division.
Floyd “Kid Austin” Schofield, signed with Golden Boy Promotions, is a sensation with a flawless 17-0 record, twelve of which came by KO. Schofield campaigns at lightweight having competed at featherweight and super featherweight in his first two professional fights, respectively.
Nathan Lugo, making his pro debut in Atlanta this weekend (live on DAZN), brings an impressive resume to the ring with 25 National Championships and two International gold medals. His knockout record in the amateur ranks sets him apart as he gears up for a promising career, starting out at super middleweight.





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