Prince Ranch Boxing’s undefeated cruiserweight prospect, Muhsin Cason (4-0, 2KOs), returns this Saturday, June 22, 2019 at the Rosecroft Raceway in Fort Washington, Maryland as he faces Nathaniel Copeland (1-0, 1 KO) of Washington D.C. Cason vs. Copeland is a scheduled 4-round bout promoted by Shabazz Brotherz.
“I have gotten off to a good start in my professional career,” said Cason, who is managed by Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch Boxing. “In my last bout I got a first-round knockout and I’m looking to continue that momentum in this fight. I am excited to face an undefeated fighter and make a statement as the next American cruiserweight to watch out for.”
“Cason is well coached, terrific fighter, who has all the tools needed to be a world champion.” said manager Greg Hannely. “He wanted a step-up bout after making statements in his last two fights, both coming by way of knockout. Cason has been working very hard and we believe he will be successful. We are excited to see the outcome of this fight.”
“My brother is a very good fighter, and this is a great opportunity for him,” said former two-time heavyweight world champion and older brother Hasim Rahman, who also serves as a Prince Ranch Boxing advisor and co-trains Cason with Kevin Henry. “Nathaniel Copeland is a very good fighter, and this will be a test early in his career, one we believe he will pass.”
“My goal is to be a world champion one day and I won’t stop until I accomplish that,” continued Cason. “It has been my dream since I started boxing and I feel I have the team to make it happen.”
Prince Ranch Boxing’s unbeaten super lightweight prospect, Keith “The Bounty” Hunter (10-0, 6 KOs), will seek his eleventh consecutive victory when he faces Cameron Krael (16-13-3, 4 KOs) on June 28 at the Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, in Las Vegas, NV. Hunter vs. Krael will be a scheduled 10-round bout promoted by Mayweather Promotions.
Hunter who is managed by Greg Hannley of Prince Ranch Boxing, is coming off his most notable win, an 8-round split decision triumph over Sanjarbek Rakhmanov (11-2-1, 5 KOs), who is also promoted by Mayweather Promotions, as is Krael. Krael has only one defeat in his last ten bouts, a controversial split decision loss to Erick Bone (22-6, 10 KOs), whom many people thought he won.
“This fight with Krael is very dangerous, one I’m taking very seriously, but one I believe I can win,” said Hunter who is promoted by Greg Cohen Promotions. “I’m all about fighting the best opponents and Krael is risky for most. I’m going to once again show why I’m the best prospect in the super lightweight division. On June 29th I’m putting on a great show for my hometown fans.”
“Although this is a tough fight for any prospect coming up, we at Prince Ranch Boxing believe Keith Hunter is the next great fighter to come out of Las Vegas,” said manager Greg Hannley. “Hunter has become a better fighter since Kevin Henry has been guiding his corner. Krael is tough, but Hunter is superior.”
“I see a lot of improvement since I’ve been working with Keith Hunter,” stated Kevin Henry, who trains Hunter at the Prince Ranch Boxing gym in Las Vegas. “Keith has all the tools to beat anyone in the division. He spars with some of the best world champions in boxing, so I know what level he’s on. All the insiders know this is a tough fight, but Keith will come out victorious.”
“Keith Hunter is in his prime and now is the time to take on all fights, regardless of who it is,” said former two-time heavyweight world champion and Prince Ranch advisor, Hasim Rahman. “I know he has the talent to win this fight in dominating fashion.”
This Mayweather Promotions event titled “Sin City Showdown” will feature unbeaten 122-pound rising prospect Angelo “El Chinito” Leo (17-0, 8 KOs) vs. Filipino-born Mark “The Journey Man” John Yap (30-13, 15 KOs) in the 10-round main event.