News: Keith Hunter; Eros Correa; Harry Gigliotti

Last night at Bowie State University, in Maryland, Prince Ranch Boxing’s rising star, super lightweight prospect Keith “The Bounty” Hunter (9-0, 7 KOs), remained undefeated a devastating first round knockout against Siddharth Ravindra Varma (4-3-1, 1 KO). Hunter landed a monstrous right uppercut that sent Varma to the canvas up against the ropes forcing, the referee to stop the bout.

“I wanted to send a message to the super lightweight division with a great performance and I got the knockout,” said Keith Hunter. “It felt great to let my hands go. I’m going to get right back in the gym, so I can be ready for anything that comes my way. If my name is called, I’m going to be prepared, locked and loaded.”

“I’m very excited about Keith Hunter’s future,” said manager Greg Hannley, of Prince Ranch Boxing. “Tonight, his power was on display and those watching saw a star in the making. He’s getting better with each fight. He’s going to be a problem for anyone.”

This fight was promoted by Greg Cohen Promotions (GCP).

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Eros Correa Remains Undefeated with TKO Victory in Mexico

Last night in Tijuana, Mexico, hot bantamweight prospect, Eros Correa, who is managed by Cali Boxing Management, improved to (4-0, 4 KOs), with a second round TKO when his opponent Luis Marin Lopez didn’t come out after round one.

Correra, from San Jose, California, dropped Lopez with a left hook to the body late in the first round, then finished him off when he landed another left hook, this time to the temple.

“I’m happy to be staying busy in Mexico as I feel my career is heading in the right direction,” said Eros Correra. “My team is doing a fantastic job getting me fights. I want the momentum to continue as I march into 2019. I believe next year will be a big year for me. I’m excited about my future.

Harry Gigliotti vs. Samuel Forjoe on Jan.25

Boston Boxing Promotions has announced another fight for “Friday Night Fights” on January 25, 2019 at the Castleton Banquet and Conference Center in Windham, New Hampshire. Haverhill, Massachusetts’ Harry “The Hitman” Gigliotti will be making his pro debut in a four-round welterweight fight against Bronx, New York veteran Samuel Forjoe.

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“I think I’ve peaked as an amateur boxer and now it’s time to go pro,” said Giglioti.

“I’ve been sparring and competing at what I feel like is a pro level. I have the perfect reach, height and body type for this game. It’s going to be a great fight but they call me ‘Harry the Hitman’ for a reason. I’m there to finish the fight.”

Gigliotti is 23-years-old and trains at the Haverhill Downtown Boxing club under the guidance of Ray Hebert and Brendon Simonds. He is a former finalist in the New England Golden Gloves.

Samuel Forjoe is a native of Ghana who has lived in Bronx, New York since he was six-years-old. He brings more experience against a higher level of opposition into his fight with the pro-debuting Gigliotti.

“I’m excited to be fighting in New Hampshire for the first time. I’ve been practicing a new fighting style that I feel comfortable with and I’ll have a great opportunity to showcase it in front of all the Boston Boxing Promotions fans,” said Forjoe.

Tickets for the January 25, 2019 “Friday Night Fights” event in Windham, NH are on sale now at and make a great holiday gift.

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Boston Boxing Promotions was founded in 2013 and is dedicated to the resurgence of professional boxingat the regional level, particularly in the New England area. Since that time, it has presented professional boxing events in places like Boston, Cape Cod, New Hampshire and New Bedford. To learn more about the promotion, you can follow them on Twitter @BostonProBoxing, join the promotion’s official Facebook page “Boston Boxing Promotions,” and visit the promotion’s website