British Light-Heavyweight prospect 🇬🇧Joshua Buatsi keeps climbing as he delivered his seventh straight knockout, this time against a game 37 year old Canadian 🇨🇦Ryan Ford on the undercard to Vasiliy Lomachenko and Luke Campbell Saturday night at the O2 Arena in London. Continue reading “Joshua Buatsi Keeps Climbing, Stops Ford in Seven”
Top Light-Heavyweight prospect 🥉🇬🇧Joshua Buatsi (11-0-0, 9KO) gets back in the ring Saturday in front of a hometown London crowd to face Canada’s 🇨🇦Ryan Ford (16-4-0, 11KO) on the undercard to Vasiliy Lomachenko and Luke Campbell. Continue reading “Joshua Buatsi Happy to be Back in the Lions Den”
In his U.S. debut Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, 2016 Olympic bronze medalist Joshua Buatsi (11-0-0, 9KO) continued his ascent as a light heavyweight prospect, mowing down Marco Antonio Periban (25-5-1, 16KO) in the 4th round on the Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz undercard. Continue reading “Prospect Watch: Buatsi Stops Periban, U.S. Debut a Success”
Joshua Buatsi (10-0-0, 8KO), the 2016 Olympic Bronze medalist, looks to continue his rise in the Light Heavyweight division when he takes the ring Saturday night in Madison Square Garden on the Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz undercard. Continue reading “Buatsi Looks to Continue his Climb up the Light-Heavyweight Ranks”
Light Heavyweight prospect Joshua Buatsi (8-0, 6KO) will take the ring Saturday night on the undercard to Dillian Whyte vs Dereck Chisora.
The Ghanaian born, British boxer who is a 2016 Olympic Bronze Medalist and managed by Anthony Joshua, will defend his WBA International Light Heavyweight title against Australian Renold Quinlan (12-3, 8KO) in a 10 round bout.