At 26 years old from the Park Hill section in Staten Island, New York, Marcus Browne has been making a name for himself. Currently 19-0 with 14 KOs Marcus Browne who also goes by “Sir” Marcus Browne in the ring is ranked 8th by the WBC in the Light Heavyweight division with what is his biggest fight of his life up next on Saturday July 15th. The southpaw will go toe to toe with Long Island native Sean Monaghan at the Nassau Coliseaum in Monaghans backyard. 1Z0-960 Monaghan comes into this fight with an astonishing 28-0 record so a win here for Browne would definitely put him in the title hunt talks.
Sir Marcus Browne has been moving up in the ranks after recent fights. One being his split decision victory over Radivoje Kalajdzic at the Barclays Center in April of 2016. 1Y0-402 A lot of people agreed this fight could of went either way but it was Browne that came out on top.
Then almost a year later in February of 2017 Browne met with Thomas Williams Jr. in Cincinnati, Ohio. The bout was scheduled for 10 rounds but ended with a Marcus Browne 6th round TKO while also knocking down Williams Jr. three times earlier in the bout. If people didn’t notice Browne before this fight https://www.real4exam.com/9l0-012.html then they sure did six rounds later.
After the fight Marcus Browne called out WBC Light Heavyweight Champion Adonis Stevenson who has a fight scheduled with Andrzej Fonfara on June 3rd in Monteal Quebec. So it’s possible if Marcus Browne is victorious on July 15th we can assume https://www.real4exam.com/adm-201.html that his next fight would possibly be for the WBC Light Heaveyweight Championship.