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ANTONIO “BANG” WILLIAMS MY MAIN OBJECTIVE IN EACH FIGHT IS TO GET MY OPPONENT OUT OF THERE EARLY
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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL (August 2, 2016) – Pro Box Management’s 19-year old hot prospect, super-featherweight Antonio “Bang” Williams (3-0, 3 KOs), returns to the ring this Saturday, August 6, 2016 at the Miami Airport Convention Center. Williams will square off against Brian Santos of Puerto Rico is a scheduled 4-round bout.
Williams, who made his pro debut earlier this year at age 18, has never made it past the second round, ending all three of his fights by knockout. With power in both hands, Williams can also box, using movement to win fights. This will be Antonio’s third fight in the Miami, Florida area. His goal is to win this fight by knockout to keep his KO streak alive.
“Although I like to consider myself a smart fighter, my main objective in each fight is to get my opponent out of there early.” said Antonio “Bang” Williams. “I never want to leave any decision in the hands of the judges. I just want to keep this knockout streak going, but if I go the distance, I’m ok with it, as long as I continue winning.”
Williams had an outstanding amateur record of 104-15, winning two state Golden Gloves championships. In addition, Williams was crowned champion in many other national tournaments. Pro Box Management was impressed with Williams superior talent and signed him to a multi-year contract.
“Antonio Williams is a great kid with a lot of heart and skills.” stated Henry Rivalta of Pro Box Management. “This kid has tremendous punching power to go along with his highly intelligent ring IQ. Gary and I believe this kid has every ingredient to become a world champion. He’s a pleasure to be around and he has the charisma to be a star.”
“I’m very grateful that my managers have me fighting on a regular basis. When I signed with Pro Box Management, Gary and Henry told me they would keep my busy, and they’ve kept their word. Now my job is to win fights and climb up the rankings, which I’m very motivated to do. I’m excited about getting back in there this Saturday and putting on a great show for the fans.”
The Miami Airport Convention Center is located at 711 NW 72nd Ave, Miami, FL 33126. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. ET. First fight begins at 7:00 p.m.
Tickets priced $75, $50 and $30 can be purchased at all “Presidente Supermarkets” in Miami, FL, or by calling Michael Luzbet at (786) 553-3895 or by email at email@example.com.
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