Upland, California (July 30, 2014) – As boxing aficionados and experts are aware of the current status of the heavyweight division, there is one heavyweight that is ready to take this division by storm. Dominic “Trouble” Breazeale (11-0, 10 KO’s) is considered by most to be a top heavyweight prospect who has all the ability and athletic skills to become a world champion. At 6’7″, 250 pounds, Breazeale has imposed his will on ten of his first eleven opponents, stopping them in four rounds or less.
The exception, tough veteran Nagy Aguilera (19-8, 13 KO’s) was dominated by Breazeale for eight rounds which resulted in a unanimous decision in a bout that most thought should have been stopped in the third round. Nevertheless, the 2012 U.S. Olympian has made quite the name for himself taking on tough opposition early in his career. In Breazeale’s last performance, he breezed through former heavyweight prospect and 2004 Olympian Devin Vargas. Vargas was simply no match for Breazeale who turned around and quit after complaining of illegal head shots for three rounds.
So what is next for Breazeale? Taking a break from training camp at the Glendale Fighting Club in Glendale, California; Breazeale was asked about his career so far, his next bout and his thoughts on the heavyweight division. “First and foremost, I’ve been blessed to be where I am right now in life and in the sport of boxing. I have a wonderful family and a wife that supports me unconditionally. My fans are awesome and they come to see me in Southern California and Las Vegas. The crowd is always supportive and filled with Trouble shirts. I want to thank my team, my adviser Al Haymon, Oscar De la Hoya and Golden Boy Promotions who have provided me with the opportunities that most fighters would dream of and I am going to take advantage of them to the fullest.”
“I have had 11 bouts so far in my early career and I have faced tough opposition in a few of them. I am learning with each bout that comes. My trainer John Bray is preparing me well and I understand that all opposition from here on out isn’t going to be a walk in the park. With that said, I am training for my upcoming bout and I will be ready for it”, said Breazeale.
“As of this moment, I am tentatively scheduled to fight in September in Las Vegas. I can ensure all the boxing fans that I will be ready. I believe that this division is wide open and I want to let the heavyweight division know to be ready: Here Comes Trouble!”