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The American Heavyweight Hope Is Coming

16.04.07 - By Scoop Malinowski: There is a young American heavyweight hope. Yes, he's out there.

He's a teenager. He has a very famous name too, the exact same name of a former professional sports all-star. He comes from the region of the United States that Roger Mayweather claims has produced more world champions than any other part of the country..

You haven't heard of this young man yet because it is by design. Heck, I only found out about him by chance during a conversation with a well-connected insider. It is the calculated intent of the developer, who by the way, has a remarkable heavyweight resume, to keep him under wraps for now. Until the time is right.

Just a late teen now, this young pugilist is expected to fill out to about "6-6, 250 pounds." In terms of talent, coordination and performance, let's just say he has been compared to a heavyweight "Sugar Ray Leonard" and it's been said he is going to "win" the Olympics.

You are not going to learn this young man's name right now. It would not do any good for him or his discoverer...how many prodigy talents have been deformed by too much, too soon? But you can know that this young boxer has already won a national JO title and junior world heavyweight title by defeating a Russian and a Ukrainian.

So just sit back and rest assured that there is indeed a special young American heavyweight with phenomenal talent under the tutelage and watchful eye of one of the very best champion makers in modern boxing history. And he's on the way.

You will know this young man when the time is right.

"Right now I don't see anyone (heavyweight from the U.S.). A young person is definitely there though. Suddenly there will be a new Muhammad Ali or a new Mike Tyson." --Wladimir Klitschko


Scoop's first book "Lewis vs. Tyson Heavyweight Armageddon! The Inside Story About The Biggest Money Fight In Boxing History" is set to be published in 2008.

Article posted on 16.04.2007



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