The show is promoted by GH3 Promotions.
Douglas of Burke, Virginia has a record of 15-0-1 with 10 knockouts and has been one of the most talked about Middleweight prospects in the United States. The 22-year old has quality wins over undefeated Colby Courter (4-0) and Marquis Davis (8-0-2). Douglas was impressive in scoring a sensational 2nd round stoppage over former world title challenger Luca Messi (37-9-1) on April 4 in Parsippany, New Jersey.
Douglas and former world title challenger Michel Soro (23-1) fought at highly contested draw in a bout that Douglas dominated over the first half of the bout.
That bout headlined the 200th episode of the highly acclaimed ShoBox: The New Generation series on July 25 at the Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, New York.
In his last bout, Douglas was very impressive in breaking down and eventully stopping the durable Jose Medina on October 24 in Somerset, NJ.
His opponent will be named shortly.
(Douglas will be fighting on November 13 in Washington, DC against Don Mouton)
Explosive punching Super Middleweight Jerry “The King’s Son” Odom will see action in the co-feature.
Odom of Bowie, Maryland has a record of 12-0 with 11 knockouts. 8 of those knockouts have come in the 1st round.
He is showed tremedndous heart by fighting through a nasty cut over his eye to stop previously undefeated Vilier Quinonez (8-0) in the 7th round of their bout was part of the 200th episode of Sho Box on July 25 in Verona, NY.
In 4-round Bouts:
Lightweight Bienvenido Diaz (2-0, 2 KO’s) of Prospect Park, NJ; WelterweightCaleb Hernandez (1-0) of New Jersey and former amateur standout Ian Green will make his pro debut in a Middleweight bout.
There will be six amateur bouts.
“We are looking forward to putting on another great event,”said GH3 Promotions Vito Mielnicki.
“Jerry and Antoine are the most active fighters in the country and they continue to strive towards each becoming world champions. There are a lot of people interested in them as Roc Nation wanted to be involved but Jerry and Antoine know that we at GH3 are moving them the right way. After December 12, Antoine would have fought 3 times in three months.”
“I also want to thank New Jersey Commissioner Larry Hazzard. We are thrilled to be the 1st promotion to do a pro-am under his new leadership. As a alot of people know, I am very big supporter for the amateur program and after talking with Larry, he has the same vision in giving all the young amateurs a great platform to grow into great fighters,”said Mielnicki