Nutley, NJ (July 2, 2015)–Vito Mielnicki’s GH3 Promotions is proud to announce the signing of undefeated junior-lightweight O’Shanique Foster to an exclusive promotional contract.
Foster is from Beaumont, Texas and trains out of Houston.
He has a record of 6-0 with three knockouts.
He was a former amateur star where he was a two-time National Jr. Golden Gloves champion, five-time Ringside National champion, National PAL champion and 2011 Houston Golden Gloves champion. He made it to the finals of the Olympic trials before losing to eventual Olympian Joseph Diaz.
“This is a great opportunity. GH3 Promotions is a great company. They have a lot of up and coming fighters. I grew up with (fellow GH3 fighters) Adam Lopez, Antoine Douglas and Jerry Odom.” said Foster.
“I am a boxer puncher. When people see me when I get to the television level fights, I think people will love my talent and style. I know the way Vito moves his fighters so I can expect to fight about seven times over the next 12 months.”
“I can’t wait to meet everyone with GH3 Promotions and take this as far as I can I strive to be great, and I want to be remembered as one of the greats,” finished Foster.
Said Foster’s manager / trainer Craig Stilley, “O’Shanique can box and bang. I have not seen many fighters that can do what he can do. I have been in boxing for 21 years, and he is the best talent that I have ever worked with.”
“We are excited to get O’Shanique going. I have heard some great things about him, and I believe he is a serious prospect. He fits into our blueprint of signing great young talent, and we look forward to getting him in the ring in August,” Said Mielnicki.
GH3 Promotions features undefeated middleweight Antoine Douglas, super-middleweight Jerry Odom & Derrick Webster, undefeated super-bantamweight Adam Lopez as well as Boxcino 2015 junior-middleweight champion John Thompson, Jr., undefeated welterweight Jerrell Harris, undefeated super-bantamweight Qa’id Muhammad, undefeated lightweight Oscar Bonilla, heavyweight Natu Visinia and light-heavyweight Lavarn Harvell to the GH3 Promotions stable.