WORLD RANKED HEAVYWEIGHT CHARLES MARTIN FIGHTS THIS SATURDAY IN PHOENIX

WORLD RANKED HEAVYWEIGHT PRINCE CHARLES MARTIN

FIGHTS THIS SATURDAY NIGHT IN PHOENIX

Los Angeles, CA (February 23, 2015) Undefeated and world ranked heavyweight “Prince” Charles Martin will return to battle this Saturday night, Feb. 28 against heavy handed Brazilian slugger Raphael Zumbano Love in a scheduled 10-round battle at the famed Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona.

Currently ranked #5 by the World Boxing Organization and #9 by the International Boxing Federation, Martin, 19-0-1 (17KO’s) will be closing camp in Big Bear Lake, California in the coming days.

“This is going to be a huge year for Charles if he keeps winning”, said Michael King of King Sports. “He had five knockouts last year and scored a first round knockout on January 9th. We want him to stay busy, keep learning and keep winning. He’s only 28 so we want to move him in the appropriate manner and not just get a big fight but win the fight when the situation arises which we believe will be this year.”

Against the battle tested Love, 35-9-1 (28KO’s), Martin will be challenged by a much more experienced veteran who is just two fights removed from a second round knockout of Ricardo Augusto Souza on August 30, 2014 in San Paolo, Brazil for the South American Heavyweight Title.

In the last year Love has also been battled former heavyweight champion Shannon Briggs and world ranked contender Eric Molina in distance fights.

ABOUT KING SPORTS

King Sports is a company started by entertainment entrepreneur Michael King. King Sports’ first foray into boxing was with All-American Heavyweights, a revolutionary boxing program that boasted a state-of-the-art training facility equipped with the latest technology, premiere coaching and medical staff along with the ideal dietary and nutritional needs for its fighters. Since making the decision to enter professional boxing, King Sports has spent time evaluating the entire spectrum of global boxing talent. Through an exhaustive scouting and evaluation process, King Sports has found some of the most exciting young fighters from around the world.

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COMMENTS

-The Commish :

I love watching this big guy fight. He keeps improving with every outing. He is among the guys who will be in the thick of the heavyweight title chase in another year. -Randy G.


-Shoulder Roll Defense :

I love watching this big guy fight. He keeps improving with every outing. He is among the guys who will be in the thick of the heavyweight title chase in another year. -Randy G.
Charles is a good kid and has all of the talent and physical tools to win one of the alphabet titles. He trains out of the same gym that my son goes to, "Henry Tillman Championship Boxing Club" in Carson, CA. He is knocking on the door of getting a title shot and he is a southpaw that is more skilled than Wilder in my opinion. 6'5, with a great left cross and a surprising agility for a big man.


-The Commish :

Charles is a good kid and has all of the talent and physical tools to win one of the alphabet titles. He trains out of the same gym that my son goes to, "Henry Tillman Championship Boxing Club" in Carson, CA. He is knocking on the door of getting a title shot and he is a southpaw that is more skilled than Wilder in my opinion. 6'5, with a great left cross and a surprising agility for a big man.
I have seen him fight and interviewed him a few times on my show. He indeed has the makings of a future champion. -Randy G.


-The Commish :

Charles is a good kid and has all of the talent and physical tools to win one of the alphabet titles. He trains out of the same gym that my son goes to, "Henry Tillman Championship Boxing Club" in Carson, CA. He is knocking on the door of getting a title shot and he is a southpaw that is more skilled than Wilder in my opinion. 6'5, with a great left cross and a surprising agility for a big man.
I have seen him fight and interviewed him a few times on my show. He indeed has the makings of a future champion. -Randy G.