22-0-0 12 KOs
Ryan D. Martin (born Feb 26, 1993) is an American lightweight professional boxer. As an amateur, he won several National Amateur Championships.
After various meetings with promotional companies to sign professionally, Martin had signed a deal with rap mogul Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson.
Martin made his professional debut on September 16, 2013, defeating Darus Somieari by TKO in the second round. He finished 2013 with a KO victory stopping Eric Goodall in the first round. Reports showed HBO’s VP of Programming, Peter Nelson, watching the bout ringside with 50 Cent.
In 2014, Martin was put on a fast track by his promoter 50 Cent and manager Tim VanNewhouse. He compiled a total of eight fights while fighting on the undercards of major events televised by Showtime Boxing, ESPN and HBO Sports.
On January 22, 2014 Steve Farhood, Showtime Sports Shobox analyst, labeled Ryan Martin as a top prospect.
22-1-0 13 KOs
Kazuto Ioka (born on 24 March 1989) is a Japanese former professional boxer. He is a three-weight world champion, having held the WBA and WBC minimumweight titles between 2011 and 2012, the WBA (Regular) light flyweight title between 2012 and 2014, and the WBA flyweight title between 2015 and 2017. He was born and raised in Sakai, and currently lives in Osaka.
10-0-0 10 KOs
Serhii Bohachuk (born Apr 24, 1995) is an Ukrainian welterweight professional boxer. Now residing in Los Angeles, the 23-year-old Bohachuk has quickly and impressively compiled a record of 7-0 all by knockout since turning professional in February 2017. Also scoring a knockout victory in Las Vegas on September 16, 2017 at the T-Mobile Arena over Joan Jose Valenzuela, the welterweight knocked out Kevin Ottley in the fifth round on December 7, 2017 in Costa Mesa, CA and most recently scoring a technical knockout victory against Lucius Johnson at Hollywood Fight Nights at The Avalon in Hollywood.
4-0-0 2 KOs
Brian Ceballo (born Feb 28, 1994) is a middleweight professional boxer. The 24-year-old Ceballo, a native of the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, now residing in Brooklyn, NY, made his professional debut on March 27. The charismatic middleweight had an outstanding amateur career finishing with a record of 206-13 which included winning the New York City Golden Gloves five times and participating in the 2016 US Olympic Trials. Ceballo was also a Gold Medalist at the 2017 US Nationals, 2016 Golden Gloves Nationals, 2015 US Nationals and 2014 PAL Nationals.