Friday, September 27, 2013

Harrison, From Top Local To National Welterweight Prospect!

Dusty Hernandez-Harrison 17-0 (10KO's), who started his career very successfully in his native hometown of S.E. Washington, D.C., has created a solid fan base. Harrison established the huge following since 2011 when he turned professional at the age of 17. At that time Dusty Hernandez-Harrison was considered the youngest professional boxer in the United States of America. With the much success Harrison has had from 2011, and the strong year ending success in 2012 he has attracted the attention of All-In Entertainment. Since being with All-In Entertainment Harrison has went from just a local superstar to a rising national top welterweight prospect.
So far it's been a all east-coast venture for Harrison. He has successfully fought in Mississippi, Delaware, Connecticut, and he will be fighting for the second time on the HBO under-card of WBA Middleweight Champion Gennady Golovkin at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden in New York on November 2, 2013. With the record of 17-0, (10 KO's) Harrison is ranked 40th in the world by the WBC. This fight for Harrison will be for the WBC Youth Welterweight World Championship where he will take on Josh "Pitbull" Torress 12-2, (5 KO's). Torres is considered to be the best welterweight in the state of New Mexico.
(Photos by Juan Marshall, Flyer created by Ross Molovinsky)

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