Tevin Farmer Is Predicting 2015 Will Be His Breakout Year

imagesAs recently as 2012, Featherweight contender Tevin “The American Idol”  Farmer was considered nothing more than a dangerous and useful journeyman.  A fighter who would and could compete to a certain level but ultimately would fall a bit short against fighters with a perceived higher class.
Enter a bout that took place on October 12, 2012.
Farmer was summoned in to face hot undefeated prospect Jose Pedraza.  Pedraza won the fight via 8th round.  After the fight, Farmer’s record stood at a pedestrian 7-4-1.
Fortunately he didn’t give up.  He had a brother who worked at Rocco’s Collision Center in South Jersey which is owned and operated by Mark Cipparone.
Cipparone sat down with young Farmer and decided to get into the fight game as a manager.

Cipparone changed Farmer’s train of thinking and provided him with the proper needs in order for Farmer to succeed at the highest level. The first order of business was to seek out and build a team who could both train at the highest level and also provide mentor ship to this young man both in an out of the ring. The process was not easy

Cipparone said, “I included Tevin every step of the way. He was at every interview with every coach and he was the one who made those very difficult decisions. I have every reason to be proud of Tevin. His mind, body, and work ethic is that of a champion and his results speak volumes. It won’t be long before the World will see what I have been saying about “The American Idol” Tevin Farmer.”


Mission accomplished as Farmer has ripped off ten wins in a row that has raised his mark to an impressive 17-4-1.
In that streak he has scored quality victories over Camillo Perez (9-0), Noel Echevarria (11-1), Emanuel Gonzalez (14-0) and in his most recent effort, he took out Dominic Coca in one round on October 11.
The surge in Farmer’s career earned him a promotional contract with well regarded DiBella Entertainment.
2015 looks to be a huge year in the career of Tevin Farmer as he will prove that when given the proper management and backing, that dreams come true.
He will get his 2015 underway this Friday night when he takes on Viktor Chernous (15-1-1, 5 KO’s) in an 8-round bout at the Morongo Spa & Resort in Cabazon, California.

“Farmer started his career at 7-4-1 and has used a 10-fight win streak against quality opposition to achieve prospect/contender status. He’s fighting top competition again on Friday night. Tevin is only 24 years old and I believe he has championship-caliber talent.”, said his promoter Lou DiBella of DiBella Entertatinment


To listen to Tevin Farmer in his own words, click on the below video:
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Club 1957 Management was founded in 2013 by local businessman Mark Cipparone.  Cipparone is the owner of the widely successful and popular Rocco’s Collision.  Since the formation of Club 1957 Management he has guided the careers of some the top fighters in the country.  Currently he manages Heavyweight Joey Dawejko, Welterweight Raymond Serrano, Jr. Lightweight Tevin Farmer and Jr. Lightweight Jason Sosa and others.
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