BOXING STYLE: BOXER
BOXING STANCE: SOUTH PAW
DIVISION: SUPER BANTANWEIGHT
BOXING STYLE: BOXER
BOXING STANCE: ORTHODOX
DIVISION: BANTAM WEIGHT
Heavy-handed “Mighty” Aston Palicte, 25, is carrying on the proud Filipino boxing tradition established years ago, later brought to the United States by living legend Manny Pacquiao and Nonito Donaire.
A member of the Philippine National Boxing Team, Palicte represented his country all over the world as an amateur. He made his pro debut August 23, 2010, stopping Jomar Yema in the first round, and Aston went on to win his next nine fights. In his first title fight, Palicte lost for the first time to Romnick Magos, retiring after four rounds despite dropping Magos in the opening round of their 2012 vacant WBO Asia Pacific Youth flyweight title fight. Palicte rebounded with five straight wins – all by stoppage – to set the stage for his 2015 IBF Youth super flyweight championship match for the vacant title versus Detnarong Omkrathok, who Aston put to sleep in the opening round.
Later that same year, Palicte added the WBO Oriental super flyweight title to his accomplishments, dropping Vergilio Silvano (20-5-1) in the second and fifth rounds on his way to a one-sided 12-round unanimous decision (118-108, 116-110, 116-110). Palcite fought outside of the Phillipines for the second time, lost a controversial 10-round split decision (93-97, 94-97, 97-94) to Junior Granados (14-1-1) in Mexico. Palcite won a rematch with Silvano, who was floored in the fifth and seventh rounds, in which Palcite won by 7th-round knockout for the vacant IBF Pan Pacific super flyweight title.
BOXING STYLE: BOXER/PUNCHER
BOXING STANCE: ORTHODOX
DIVISION: SUPER-FLY WEIGHT (NABF/WBO INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPION)
Las Vegas native, family oriented & a blue chip up and coming prospect, Randy Moreno has been a force to reckon with since he stepped foot in the ring. As a young child, Randy was a victim of bullying, which helped shape his path of success to the ring. Trained by Gil Martinez his entire boxing career, Randy took the hurtful words of his peers out on the speed bag in his young career. Dedication, tenacity and devotion, Randy successfully ended his amateur boxing career at the Olympic Trials in Reno where he placed in the semi-finals. Randy successfully ended his amateur career with a 58-6 record.
Randy signed with Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions in April of 2016, shortly after his amateur career came to an end, and has kept a steady pace of knocking out his opponents. Fighting at a Featherweight (126lbs) / Super Featherweight (130lbs), an aggressive jab and a stance of almost 6ft., Randy has made it an impossible task for any of his opponents to last past the 4th round.
March 20th, 2016 Randy made his pro-debut under the RJJ banner in New Jersey where he started his trend of knocking out his opponents. Under the watchful eye of his promoter, CEO & Co-Founder of Roy Jones Jr. Boxing Promotions, Randy demonstrated his raw talent and powerful punch. Now ranked 20th in the United States, Randy continues to surprise and stun not only this Las Vegas fan base, but his opponents as well.
Randy enhanced his professional resume on February 9th, in Laredo, Texas when he defeated the previously undefeated Jorge Castaneda (9-1-0, 9KO) by way of TKO6. Randy now holds the WBC Youth Super-Featherweight Championship.
Boxing Style: Boxer Puncher
Boxing Stance: Orthodox
Division: Super Featherweight
John "The Phenom" Vera
Undefeated world middleweight challenger John “The Phenom” Vera may be one of the best kept secrets in boxing, however, he is expected to breakout on the national and international scenes in 2017.
The heavy-handed southpaw with the punishing right hook had a relatively modest amateur career, finishing with a 39-7 record that included gold-medal performances in the National Black Gloves and twice in Texas Regional Golden Gloves competition. His style, though, is obviously much more suitable and effective in the professional ranks than amateurs.
Vera made his pro debut January 28, 2012, stopping Cedric Sheppard in the second round, at home in Fort Worth. His first pro fight outside of Texas, where 11 if his 15 fights have been held, was a 2014 second-round technical knockout of Anthony Woods in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Vera’s first real notable victory was last February, in which he knocked out Avi Bruce (23-12) in the fourth round of Vera’s first scheduled 10-round bout. In two fights that aired on national television from Las Vegas, Vera registered sensational knockouts of Joey Ruelas (10-1-1) this past May for the vacant NABA USA title, and Milorad Zizic (12-1) this past September in his first title defense. In his most recent fight, Vera made another successful NABA title defense, taking a 10-round split decision from former European champion Salim Larbi (20-6-2) in Phoenix.
Vera’s marquee good-looks and devastating punching power make him a natural fan-friendly, television fighter.
Nickname: The Phenom
Division: Super Welterweight
Emmanuel "Renegade" Robles
Former WBC Latino junior welterweight champion Emmanuel “Renegade” Nobles has displayed world-class talent during his six-year professional career, highlighted by his 2014 decision over celebrated Cuban boxer Yordenis Ugas, who was the 2005 World amateur champion and 2008 Olympic bronze medalist.
Robles has an abbreviated amateur career (38-6), fighting out of San Diego, but he clearly demonstrated his potential by capturing a gold medal at the 2008 National PAL Championships.
In 2010, the gifted southpaw make his successful professional debut, taking a four-round unanimous decision from Luis Sandoval. He went unbeaten through his first 16 fights, including a four-round majority draw with fellow undefeated Adrian Vargas (7-0) in Chula Vista, California.
Robles most notable victory to date was the 10-round split decision over Ugas in 2014 for the Interim WBC Latino junior welterweight title. He followed up with an impressive eight-round split decision against Jonathan Chicas (13-1).
Last September in Las Vegas, Robles lost a hard fought 10-round split decision to Steve Claggett (23-4-1) for the vacant WBA NABA USA junior welterweight title. In his most recent fight January 20, 2017, Robles lost an eight-round unanimous decision to undefeated Kenneth Sims, Jr. (11-0) in a ShoBox fight at Atlantic City that was much closer than the final judges’ scoring indicated (79-72, 79-72, 78-73).
Robles is an incredibly well conditioned athlete having earned an Associate’s Degree in Sports Nutrition.
Boxing Style: Boxer
Division: Super Lightweight
Joseph “King Kong” Agbeko
Joseph Agbeko is a Ghanaian professional boxer. The Ring Magazine currently rates Agbeko at number six in the bantamweight division. On September 29, 2007, he dethroned Luis Alberto Perez to become the new IBF bantamweight titleholder. Agbeko was inactive for 1 year, 2 months and 11 days before defending his title on December 11, 2008. In a fight that had been repeatedly postponed, he defeated William Gonzalez by majority decision. On July 11, 2009, Agbeko successfully defended his IBF bantamweight title by scoring a unanimous decision win over former two division champion Vic Darchinyan. On Halloween night, October 31, 2009, Agbeko lost his IBF title by 12 round unanimous decision to 20-0 Colombian challenger Yonnhy Pérez. Joseph Agbeko’s passion and dedication to box continues with RJJ Boxing helping him achieve his dream of obtaining many more wins during his professional careeer.
Nickname: King Kong
Boxing Style: Boxer Puncher
Division: Super Bantam Weight
31-5-0 (23 KO)
Demond "Body Shot" Brock
Brock began boxing in the Louisiana State Penitentiary where he served a sentence for armed robbery. It was there he finished with an amateur record of 39-1 with 17 KOs. Shortly after he was released, he won the Ringside work Tournament and was ranked #1 in the welterweight division. After an impressive tryout for the United States Olympic team where he got all the way to the quarter finals, Body Shot Brock turned pro. His amateur record is a stunning 54-3.
Nickname: Body Shot
Boxing Style: Pressure Fighter
Division: Super Light Weight
Undefeated welterweight prospect Flavio Rodriguez may be the next best-kept secret in boxing. The powerful Mexican-American isn’t a shredded-looking fighter, far from that, but he has dynamite in both hands and he remains one dangerous hombre.
An accomplished amateur who had an 88-14 record and three national titles, Rodriguez turned pro March 25, 2010, stopping Najee Hayes in the third round. Surprisingly, though, Rodriguez left boxing for the next five years when he became disenchanted with boxing.
After ballooning to more than 200 pounds, Rodriguez came back September 18, 2015 in Mexico, where he won a four-round decision over Julio Change in a junior middleweight fight.
Rodriguez fought once more in 2015, stopping Clint Coronel (4-3-2) in the second round of their welterweight match, followed by three more fights last year, in which he knocked out Mario Angeles and Yesmani Pedroso, both in the second round, and last December in Las Vegas he defeated previously unbeaten Dilan Loza (5-0), who retired after round three.
Rodriguez may not be close to retiring but, when he hangs up his gloves for good, he plans to be an investor and possibly own a gym and manage boxers.
BOXING STYLE: PUNCHER
BOXING STANCE: ORTHODOX
DIVISION: WELTER WEIGHT