Tag: Xander Zayas

Monday War Report: October 18th 📰

It’s the Monday War Report. The battle for Lightweight supremacy took place. A judge can’t tear himself away from his phone to do his job. A prospect still hasn’t had to visit his corner between rounds. Continue reading “Monday War Report: October 18th 📰”

Prospect Watch: Xander Zayas Looks to Continue Climb on Friday Night Telemundo Card

Highly touted Puerto Rican Welterweight 🇵🇷Xander Zayas will be back in action Friday night on Boxeo Telemundo. It hasn’t been too long since we last saw Zayas in action, as he is coming off of the fifth win of his young career, a first round knockout of Orlando Salgado on September 4th, the night before he turned 18. Continue reading “Prospect Watch: Xander Zayas Looks to Continue Climb on Friday Night Telemundo Card”

Prospect Watch: Xander Zayas Birthday Bash

With only a few hours between fight time and his 18th birthday, the Florida State Boxing Commission waved their age restriction which allowed highly touted Welterweight prospect 🇵🇷Xander Zayas to continue his pro seasoning on a Friday night card in Kissimmee, Florida. Continue reading “Prospect Watch: Xander Zayas Birthday Bash”

Prospect Watch: Post Corona Watch List

By Jon Uddin✏️

The crisis with the coronavirus hasn’t just halted a number of big fights that were being lined up, it has also brought the development of the new wave of prospects to a pause. Here we will look at a few of those young fighters that we have our eye on and where they currently stand Continue reading “Prospect Watch: Post Corona Watch List”

Prospect Project: Xander Zayas

The highly touted Welterweight prospect from San Juan, Puerto Rico, 🇵🇷🇺🇸Xander Zayas (3-0-0, 2KO), made his third professional appearance in the ring Saturday night in a four round bout against 🇺🇸Corey Champion (1-2-0, 1KO) of Charlottesville, Virginia. This fight is kicked off what should be a busy year for the 17 year old, 11 time Puerto Rican and U.S National Champion, who is looking to build off of a year in 2019 where he went 2-0 winning both bouts by first round knockout. Continue reading “Prospect Project: Xander Zayas”