Tag: Maurice Byarm
“He’s never fought anybody that hits as hard as I do. If they did, they weren’t around long enough to test him like I will be. He has to know it’s not going to be easy fight. He’s not going to just come in and walk me down like I’m 2-17.” So says Washington DC (via Philadelphia) heavyweight locomotive Maurice “Freight Train” Byarm (13-1-1, 9 KOs).
Elaborating, the fighter says he’s never had a better training camp than the one he just finished in preparation for his 10-round showdown with Russian southpaw powerhouse Magomed “Mago” Abdusalamov (14-0, 14 KOs). (continue reading…)
Byarm (9-0, 6KO’s) Fights for the East Coast Heavyweight Championship on December 11
December 9, 2010 — I recently had the opportunity to interview Maurice “Freight Train” Byarm, 9-0 (6KO’s). Byarm is an exciting prospect who will be fighting for the East Coast Heavyweight Championship on December 11 at Pikesville Armory in Maryland.
Chip Mitchell: Maurice thanks for granting us this opportunity to interview you before your next fight. How has training gone for you?
Maurice Byarm: Training is coming great man. We’re putting the finishing touches on everything right now. I can’t complain one bit. I don’t think I’m lagging. I don’t think I’m out of sync at all. I think my timing is going good. We’re feeling great! (continue reading…)
Derek ‘Pooh’ Ennis to Defend USBA Jr. Middleweight Title, Headlines Spring Fling on April 2nd at the Legendary Blue Horizon
The Ennis Brothers, Anthony Flores and Undefeated Heavyweight Maurice Byarm Some of the Great Fighters to Compete on April 2nd
PHILADELPHIA , PA, March 8, 2010 — On Friday night, April 2nd, Derek “Pooh” Ennis will make the first defense of the USBA Jr. Middleweight title against an opponent to be named shortly in a bout that will be the main event of a terrific night of boxing dubbed “Spring Fling” that will be promoted by Vernoca L. Michael and Blue Horizon Boxing Inc.
Ennis of Philadelphia has a record of 20-2-1 with thirteen knockouts and is coming off a fifth round stoppage over Edwin Vazquez on February 5th at The Legendary Blue Horizon. (continue reading…)