Albany Boxer King Mazzi Prepares for Second Professional Fight
A young boxer from Albany is set to appear on the big stage as he enters the boxing ring for his second professional fight, but this time he will appear on ESPN+.
According to News 10, this weekend 17-year-old Kasir Goldston is scheduled to fight as a professional on ESPN+. This will be his second professional boxing match, after he won his first match on September 19 of this year.
Goldston, better known as King Mazzi, is super excited. He appreciates all of the support he’s receiving from his Albany fans. He said, “I love having Albany behind me and the decisions I’ve made. I’m a young kid in the sport and I can fairly say I got a lot of people behind me, a lot of people who believe in me.“
At the age of 12, Goldston hit the ring in the USA Boxing National Tournaments. In 2015 he became a National Junior Olympian and took first place. He also came in first place in 2016 and 2017 in the Junior Olympics. In 2017 he came in first place in the Eastern Regional Open and the Junior Open Championships. In 2018, he took first place in the Junior Open Championships.
The young boxer's father is his trainer and coach. King Mazzi says that he appreciates the help and support he receives from his dad, Tyshawn. He said, “Me and my dad have a good relationship in the ring and outside the ring. We know how to keep boxing in boxing and keep family in family.“
We wish King Mazzi good luck as he seeks his second win in the boxing ring as a professional.
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