Eugene Hill (Mean Gene Hill) out of Dickinson, TX was a standout high school football player, but his attention was later drawn toward boxing. Eugene is a crowd favorite with his hard punching and straight forward style. He brings to the ring 34 wins and 1 loss, with 22 KO’s. He is currently the NABA Heavyweight Champion and is knocking on the door of unifying the heavyweight division.
Nagy Aguilera (the Dominican Dynamite) is a two-time New York Golden Glove Champion. As a pro, Nagy was off to a quick start with a huge upset by defeating through a first round KO, Oleg Maskaev, the former world champion. Nagy always makes for an explosive fight, and that is why he is a TV favorite. He has had his difficulties, but is coming off a win against polish sensation Marcin Rekowski, with a 10-round stop. Keep your eye on Aguilera to do big things in the future.
Raphael Igbokwe, known as ‘Trouble’, has been just that for his last five opponents. Raphael brings a no nonsense, straight forward and relentless attack in the ring. Raphael is 5-0 and is staying busy. He will be fighting on a nationally televised show on Fox Sports on February 21st in Houston, Texas: Can you say trouble?
Medzhid Bektemoriv (B-52) is an explosive puncher and might possibly be the hardest hitter in the heavyweight division. Medzhid is a hard worker in and out of the ring and it shows in his one punch knock out power. His career is a human highlight film and is ranked number 15 by the WBA. Savarese Promotions’ hardest problem with Medzhid and his 18-1 record is finding opponents to step in the ring with him. Look for Medzhid to be on top of the light heavyweight division soon.
Radmir Akhmediyev has a 10-1 record and was an accomplished amateur in Kazakhstan. Radmir’s constant pressure and relentless punches brings distress to any opponent. Radmir was 8-0 before his controversial stop and has since had two strong wins and is back on track to seize the middle weight division. Don’t be fooled by Radmir’s matinee good looks and polite charm, he comes ready to fight.
Darlington Agha was a world class amateur out of Houston, Texas. He is an explosive puncher and a rock-solid chin. Agha is undefeated with 10 wins. He is looking to take a step up and put himself in the top rankings of the heavyweight division. In addition to being a fierce competitor, he is a family man and spends time teaching children with special needs.
Yunier Calzada, former Cuban amateur standout, is now 5-1 and only knows one way of fighting: going forward and throwing bombs. His hard work outside of the ring shows in his buzz saw style inside the ring.
Looking ahead, his opponents should not take Yunier lightly: when he is in the ring, it’s kill or be killed.