Brandon “L-Jack” Brewer (6-0-1, 3KO) of Fredericton, New Brunswick, will be one of the busier fighters in Canada over the next few months. The maritime light middleweight plans to fight once a month for three months beginning in May. “I’m learning new things and improving each and every time I step in the ring,” said Brewer. “I want to stay busy, fight guys with different styles, and continue to mature as a boxer.”
A few Canadian names have been bandied about for Brewer, but nothing is written in stone. “We want Brandon to fight the best in the nation, but when he’s ready. Brandon only had nine amateur fights, so he’s still learning on the job. That being said, he’s learning quickly,” explained trainer Aubrey McLeod. “But we’re in no rush. We’ve had lots of offers, but we’ll stick to our game plan and do things our way.”
Brewer has three fight dates tentatively scheduled. Negotiations are virtually complete for his May 11 contest in Shediac, New Brunswick, with an opponent expected to sign before the end of the week. Plans for a contest on June 15 are also progressing smoothly and should be wrapped up by the end of April. Last but not least, Brewer is expected to face a seasoned American opponent at Shediac’s Festival Arena in July.
About Brandon Brewer: Based in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Brandon Brewer has quickly become one of the most promising light middleweights in Canada. With wins over the very tough Ted Reno (3-5-2), Maritime standout Mike Stauffer (3-1-0, 2KO), and Montreal prospect Glisandy Mejia (3-2-0, 2KO), Brewer is considered a leading contender for the Canadian championship. He is currently ranked #1 by the Canadian Professional Boxing Council and #2 by the National Boxing Authority.