Four undefeated boxers, including a world-ranked bantamweight, have new promotional homes
Kings Promotions announced it has signed four fighters to co-promotional deals: WBO No. 3 ranked bantamweight Duke Micah, welterweights Janelson Figueroa Bocachica and Poindexter Knight Jr. and junior welterweight Greg Outlaw.
Micah, a seven-year professional from Ghana, has a 22-0 record with 18 knockout victories. Micah has won a number of regional titles including the Commonwealth and WBO Africa bantamweight titles. The 27-year-old Micah has held the WBC International title since 2017 and is coming off a win over Thomas Snow back in June 2018. Micah is also ranked No. 12 by the WBC.
Bocachica has won all 13 pro fights since making his pro debut in 2016. Bocachica has fought four times in 2018 with three of those wins coming from inside the distance. His last fight was a first-round win over Victor Abreu on January 19.
Knight, another welterweight going to King's Promotions, has a pro record of 6-0 with three knockouts. Knight won the National Golden Gloves while competing in the middleweight division. The 23-year-old compiled an amateur record of 45-5 with 15 knockouts and won the National Golden Gloves. Knight is also a two-time Pennsylvania State Golden Gloves winner.
Outlaw is a four-year professional, winning all seven of his pro bouts. In his last bout, Outlaw defeated Mack Allision IV on December 8, 2018 in Outlaw’s hometown of Bowie, Maryland. The 25-year-old Outlaw’s next fight is scheduled to be against Tyrone Crawley on March 8.