The top ten boxers under the age of 25 were reveal for eSports Boxing Club in additional to another major announcement. Director of talent acquisition for eSports Boxing Club, Todd Grisham, and boxing journalist, Steve Kim, collaborated to compile the list of the top young guns. The list will be in descending order.
Grisham also went on to mention the team noted the positive responses from the last gameplay update., reaffirming the team behinds ESBC remains hard at work.
Without further delay, here are ESBC’s top young guns. The honorable mentions are the Vargas brothers, Fernando Jr., Amado, and Emiliano. The undefeated sons of Fernando Vargas are poised to become stars in boxing in the future.
eSports Boxing Club Top 10 under 25
Starting off at ten is “White Chocolate” Nikita Abibay in the middleweight division. Next is super middleweight, Diego Pacheco. Standing firm at number eight is one of England’s up-and-coming stars, “The Destroyer” Connor Benn. At number seven, super welterweight Sadriddin Akhmedov of Kazakhstan. Rounding out the bottom five is Josh Franco. The Texan is currently the WBA Super Flyweight champion.
Kicking off the top five is Edgar Berlanga. “The Chosen One” boasts a 17-0 record with 16 wins by knockout. At number four is Jaime Munguia. Undefeated at 37-0, he is the current 154 champion and has moved up to middleweight. Next is the 6’6” super welterweight phenom Sebastian “The Towering Inferno” Fundora. At number two is Vergil Ortiz Jr. With a 17-0 record with 17 knockouts, Ortiz is coming off a TKO victory where he captured the WBO Internation Welterweight title. At number one and the much-anticipated reveal is Shakur Stevenson. “Fearless” is 16-0 and set to fight Jemele Herring for WBO lightweight championship. Herring is also in the game.
Grisham mentioned this countdown is the first of many. We will be diligent and reveal each ESBC top 10 list as they come out. Let us know down below how you feel. Do you think the team got the list right?