Witherspoon continues revival on “Boxing’s Future Champions II” PPV

Once-beaten heavyweight prospect “Gentleman” Chazz Witherspoon (25-1, 17 KOs), the 2004 National Golden Gloves champion, wants to match his cousin “Terrible” Tim Witherspoon’s major accomplishment as heavyweight champion of the world.

Witherspoon, whose only loss in 26 pro fights was last year to world title challenger Chris Arreola. Chazz, battles heavyweight gatekeeper Stacy “Big Foot” Frazier (14-5, 13 KOs) Saturday night (August 29) in an 8-round bout on “Boxing’s Future Champions II” pay per view show, live on streaming video from Fitzgerald’s Casino & Hotel in Tunica, Mississippi.

Undefeated middleweight prospect Fernando Guerrero (14-0, 12 KOs), gold medal winner at the World Cadet Junior Olympics and 2007 USA National Championships, headlines “Boxing’s Future Champions II” against tough Chris “On Target” Archer (11-7, 7 KOs) in the 8-round main event.

“Boxing’s Future Champions II,” presented by Prize Fight Boxing, will stream live on PPV at, starting at 8 PM/ET, for only $4.99.

Witherspoon, a Philadelphia fighter, started boxing to stay in shape when he was a sophomore at St. Joseph’s University, where he graduated from in 2004 with a degree in Pharmaceutical Marketing. His cousin, Tim, first got him involved in the sweet science and Chazz went on to post a 26-6 amateur record, including the aforementioned 2004 National Golden Gloves Tournament title, in addition to being a 2004 Team USA Olympic alternate.

In 2004, Chazz turned pro and he won his first 23 fights going into a showdown against undefeated Arreola, who floored Witherspoon twice in round three, once at the bell, that led to a controversial stoppage. Chazz beat the referee’s count but since his cornerman stood on the ring apron during the count, Witherspoon was disqualified. He has since rebounded with two straight wins going into Saturday night’s throw-down with Frazier.

The 6-round co-feature showcases junior middleweight Shawn Porter (9-0, 7 KOs), 2007 World Golden Gloves champion and 2008 U.S. OIympic Team alternate, who meets Lamar Harris (6-2, 4 KOs).

In a pair of 4-rounders, exciting middleweight Dominic Wade (3-0, 3 KOs), 4-time Junior Olympic champion, battles 23-fight veteran Tyrone Dowdy, while 2004-2005 U.S Super Heavyweight Champion Mike Wilson makes his much anticipated pro debut against experienced “Marvelous” Marvin Hunt.

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