Douglas vs. Soro ShoBox 200 Final Weights, Quotes

VERONA, N.Y. (July 24, 2014) – Undefeated middleweight prospect Antoine Douglas weighed in at 155 ½ pounds and once-beaten, former world title challenger Michel Soro tipped the scales at the contracted weight of 157 pounds during Thursday’s official weigh-in for Friday’s landmark telecast of ShoBox: The New Generation, live on SHOWTIME® at 10 p.m. ET/PT (delayed on the West Coast).


GH3 Douglas, Odom and Ellison look to stay undefeated this Friday in Parsippany

NUTLEY, NJ (APRIL 3, 2014)–This Friday night in Parsippany, NJ at the Parsippany PAL, GH3 Promotions in association with Greg Cohen Promotions will put on a great night of boxing that will feature three of the top prospects in the GH3 Promotions stable.

Undefeated Middleweight Antoine Douglas (13-0, 8 KO’s); Super Middleweight Jerry Odom (9-0, 9 KO’s) & Super Featherweight Wanzell Ellison (10-0-1, 5 KO’s) will all be in action with Douglas headlining in the 10-round main event while Odom and Ellison will see action in 6-round bouts.

The show will be streamed live on for just $9.99.


GH3 Promotions Antoine Douglas and Jerry Odom back in action this Saturday

Nutley, NJ (March 13, 2014)–This Saturday night at the Springfield ABC in Springfield, Virginia, two of the brightest prospects in the country will be back in action as undefeated Middleweight Antoine “Action” Douglas and undefeated Super Middleweight Jerry “The Kings Son” Odom will be part of the card that is promoted by Gulfstream Promotions.


Q & A: Jerry Odom – fighting 6th pro fight September 13 at Newark’s Robert Treat Hotel

jerryodomFast rising prospect Jerry “The King’s Son “Odom took time to give an exclusive interview to Fightnews. The 20 year old from Bowie, Maryland has had five fights since his pro debut in October 2012. In a manner reminiscent of young Mike Tyson’s early rise all five have ended within the first round. Total ring time in five fights being 6 minutes 23 seconds. Odom has risen from a troubled youth in the Paradise projects of Washington D.C. to a Golden Gloves champion. At 14, he stood in a D.C. courtroom in front of a judge he knew was tired of seeing him. It was Jerry’s third time there. . The youngster was looking at serious time. His uncle proposed a last-ditch solution: He would take Jerry. Ken Williams, a home builder, asked the judge to let Jerry live with him and his parents in Bowie. It is in this environment that Jerry received the opportunity to turn his life around. He has fully grasped this opportunity. The super middleweight has drawn a lot of attention from community for his natural knockout punching power. He has recently signed with GH3 Promotions and is scheduled to fight September 13th at Newark’s Robert Treat Hotel in his first bout outside of the D.C. area.