IVAN DYCHKO| VIDEOS
WEIGHT CLASS: HEAVYWEIGHT
BIRTHPLACE: RUDNIY, KAZAKHSTAN
RECORD: 9-0; 9 KOs
24-year-old Ivan Dychko grew up in Rudiny, Kazakhstan. He has been a medal machine over the course of his career, with such a list that would be the envy of many fighters. A bronze and a silver medal from consecutive AIBA World Championships plus a London 2012 Olympic Games bronze represent his most prestigious accomplishments, along with silver and gold Asian Games medals. His most recent win took place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL on July 6th, 2018; knocking out his opponent within the first round
DERRIECK CUEVAS | VIDEOS
WEIGHT CLASS: WELTERWEIGHT
BIRTHPLACE: GUAYNABO, PUERTO RICO
RECORD: 20-0; 14 KOs
Cuevas started boxing at the age of 10. He went on to fight internationally and won the Puerto Rican National Amateur Championship at 132 lbs., ready to make his pro debut with an amateur record of 123-14. Turning professional in 2014, the 23-year-old won the World Boxing Association Fedecentro Welterweight Championship in 2016. “I plan on becoming a world champion and making my beloved Puerto Rico proud.” His most recent win took place on March 1st, 2019 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL with a unanimous decision against Ed Paredes.
LOGAN ‘KORICAN KID’ YOON | VIDEOS
WEIGHT CLASS: SUPER LIGHTWEIGHT
BIRTHPLACE: HONOLULU, HAWAII, USA
RECORD: 15-0; 12 KOs
Defeat has not been part of Yoon’s vocabulary since turning pro less than a year ago. Yoon transitioned his 100-11 amateur record into a 15-0 professional record at such a young age of 19. Known as the Korican Kid, this Hawaiian native perfects his crafts at The Heavyweight Factory Gym. “There’s always expectations on me. I’m just making sure I’m always working the hardest I can to make sure I’m the best I can be.” Gifted with one-punch power, Logan Yoon is what we call a prizefighter now.
HAIRON ‘EL MAJA’ SOCARRAS | VIDEOS
WEIGHT CLASS: SUPER FEATHERWEIGHT
BIRTHPLACE: MARIANAO, CUBA
RECORD: 21-0, 13 KOs
Hairon Socarras came to the U.S. from Cuba when he was only 7 years old. When he turned 18, he made a daring decision to advance into professionalism with having just about 200 amateur fights in the United States. Gaining the nickname ‘El Maja’, Socarras has natural talent, speed, and power mixed with the Cuban style classic that can also transform into aggressiveness and dynamite without leaving aside the fundamentals. His most recent win took place on March 1st , 2019 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fl gaining yet another victory with a unanimous decision.
LIVAN ‘MACHINE GUN KID’ NAVARRO | VIDEOS
WEIGHT CLASS: WELTERWEIGHT
BIRTHPLACE: HAVANA, CUBA
RECORD: 10-0, 7 KOs
Cuba’s undefeated Machine Gun Kid loves a good test. “I fight my best when people don’t think I can win. I don’t just fight for myself. I fight for my family.” Navarro held an amateur record of 312-17 and quickly rose to popularity making his pro debut in 2015 and having a record of zero losses ever since. “We’re going to scrap. That’s my style. I come to fight. I wait on the KO and when I see my opening, I take it. It’s all business when I step in the ring.”
MUSSA ‘WARRIOR’ TURSYNGALIYEV | VIDEOS
WEIGHT CLASS: FEATHERWEIGHT
BIRTHPLACE: EKIBASTUZ, KAZAKHSTAN
RECORD: 9-0; 6 KOs
Tursyngaliyev made his professional debut until November 10th, 2017. Amazingly by the end of November he had raced away to 6-0, beating 6 opponents in just 19 days, and made up for lost time with that level of intense activity. Notably since then he has fought a numerous amount of fights, including an outstanding win against Luis Hinojosa in March of 2018, and claiming the WBA NABA USA Featherweight title. His most recent triumph took place at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL on March 1st, 2019; bringing home the victory with a unanimous decision after 4 fierce rounds.