KO KINGS seeks TV Exposure by revamping its roster by signing undefeated “KO Artist” Javier Flores, Jeffery Spencer, Kenneth McNeil, Jr., Randy Griffin, and Cory Cummings
KO KINGS, a world wide premier boxing promotion company based out of Atlanta, Georgia, has made some gigantic moves in an effort to attract TV exposure and is proud to announce its newest acquisitions:
Undefeated Puerto Rican power puncher in the welterweight division, Javier “El Chino” Flores (9-0, 8 KOs), is managed by Jose Colon. Javier Flores is trained by the legendary John Scully out of Connecticut. As an amateur boxer, Flores compiled
an impressive record of 65 knockout victories, of which 32 came by way of knockout, with only 3 defeats. Flores is a power puncher and has a 80% knockout ratio, knocking out 8 out of 9 opponents. Undefeated Super middleweight, Jeffery “TNT” Spencer (3-0, 1 KOs) from Colorado, defeated in his debut, Shane Moore, who as undefeated. Then in Pennsylvania, defeated tough opponent, Tristan Todd by unanimous decision and in his last fight, defeated by knockout, light heavyweight Rufino Sotelo, who had never suffered a loss by KO.
Former world title contender, Randy “The Gentleman” Griffin ( 25-3, 13 KOs ) from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a warrior who hasn’t been knocked out. He had a very controversial draw in a world title bout against Felix Sturm in Germany. In 2004,
Griffin captured WBO/NABO and NABA middleweight titles, after defeating, tough opponent, Julio García by TKO in the six round. Now, he is scheduled to fight
Cory “Black Ice” Cummings (17-5-1, 13 KOs) from Maryland had very exciting bouts, against former world champions, William Joppy, Keith Holmes and Montel Griffin. In 2009, Cummings won the USA Maryland State super middleweight title by defeating
Demetrius Davis by TKO in the 9 round. Cummings is the “Dark Horse” and is set to get back on track to win a world title.
Alabama’s Kenneth “Bullet Hands” McNeil (3-1, 1 KOs) after three solid victories, was defeated on his last outing by localist, Samuel Clarkson in a controversial decision loss. McNeil is quick and powerful. He has the exciting and electrifying style of a young Roy Jones, Jr. Recently, McNeil has dropped down from Super Middleweight to Middleweight in order to be more competitive. His ultimate goal is to fight at Jr. Middleweight by end of summer 2013. McNeil’s future looks very promising.
“We are very excited! We have strategically diversified our boxing portfolio and made significant steps in an attempt to attract major TV to Atlanta, GA. Our primary goals are to maximum the income of our fighters, maximize their exposure, and to energize and bring excitement to the public.” stated Adrian L. Patrick, CEO of KO Kings Promotions.