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Record: 21 – 0 (19 KO’s)

 Weight Class: Lightweight

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Richard Commey is a Ghanaian professional Lightweight boxer who has won the Ghanaian lightweight title, International Boxing Federation (IBF) Continental Africa lightweight title, African Boxing Union (ABU) lightweight title, and Commonwealth lightweight title.

Record: 17 – 1 (11 KO’s)

 Weight Class:  Super Lightweight

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Commonwealth Champion of the World (EU), IBF-ranked #9 fighter in the world, resides and trains in Houston, TX.

Record: 14 – 0 (8 KO’s)

 Weight Class: Cruiserweight

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With a 14-0 perfect professional record that includes 8 KO’s, “Subway” Mike Lee is a bright, hardworking, power-punching professional boxer with a deep motivation to be a champion.

Lee, 27, was born in Chicago, Ill., on June 17, 1987. Lee first stepped into the ring as a competitive boxer at the University of Notre Dame,and quickly became a three-time Bengal Bouts champion. With an undefeated record of 14-0 and 8 knockouts, Lee has made himself known.      He is praised by the boxing world as an athlete with sound fundamentals, crisp movements and varied combinations with knockout power in both hands. Lee’s natural talents include sheer physical strength, pure athleticism and a punishing range-finding left hook. As the face of a national ad campaign for Subway, Mike Lee is poised for his upcoming fight vs Chuy Gutierrez.

Record: 13 – 0 (4 KO’s)

 Weight Class: Lightweight

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Growing up in a tough hispanic community in the San Fernando Valley, Chuy found his escape in sports.  At the age of 14, Chuy and his family moved to Las Vegas. There he graduated from Western High School.

Growing up Chuy always was a big fan of boxing, but it wasn’t until after high school where he finally stepped into a gym. It was at Jonny Tocco’s boxing gym where within three months, Chuy started competing in the amateur circuit. “As soon as I stepped in the gym, it was love at first sight.” Chuy went 14 – 0 before losing his first and only fight as an amateur boxer. Now as a undefeated professional, Chuy continues to impress and improve with each fight. “You can’t play boxing. This is not just a sport, It’s a life style.  Nobody can want it for you, the decision must be completely yours. ‎Respect the sport or it won’t respect you.”