Undefeated welterweight prospect, Keith Hunter (8-0, 6 KOs), has signed a managerial agreement with Greg Hannely of Prince Ranch Boxing. Hunter, who is the younger brother of IBO Inter-Continental Heavyweight champion, Michael Hunter (15-1, 10 KOs), joins fellow undefeated stable mates Blair Cobbs (9-0-1, 6 KOs), Victor Pasillas (13-0, 6 KOs), and Damien Vazquez (14-0, 7 KOs) on the Prince Ranch Boxing roster.
“Now that I have a strong management team behind me, I can focus more on my boxing career.” stated Hunter, who is trained by former two-time world champion, Bones Adams and Brandon Woods.
“I’ve been training hard at the Prince Ranch Boxing gym in Las Vegas and I’m ready to start fighting on a regular basis.”
Former two-time heavyweight world champion, Hasim Rahman, who joined the Prince Ranch Boxing management team earlier this year, was responsible for bringing Hunter to the team.
With his keen eye for talent, Rahman feels Hunter has the talent to become a world champion in the future.
“Keith Hunter is a long, rangy fighter, with great boxing skills, to go along with his high ring IQ.” said Hasim Rahman. “Standing six-feet, Hunter is very tall for the welterweight division and I know he’ll be a problem for anyone out there.
I can see him making a lot of noise at 147 pounds. He definitely has the talent to become a world champion with hard work.”
“I like Keith Hunter a lot,” Greg Hannely said. “He’s a very humble kid with a great attitude and he’s an extremely hard worker in the gym. “We are happy to have him be part of the Prince Ranch Boxing family.”