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Wise Owl Boxing Signs Undefeated Junior Welterweight D’Angelo Evans

DeAngelo Evans

Wise Owl Boxing has signed Undefeated junior welterweight DeAngelo Evans.

Evans, 25 years old of Kemersville, North Carolina, has a perfect record of 7-0 with seven knockouts.

“It is meaningful that a manager like Mark Habibi is interested in me, because it feels like my hard work is paying off,” said Evans. “I really want my name in the mix and want people to know who I am in boxing, and I feel with this new management, I can see that in my future.”

“I’m excited about the opportunity to manage DeAngelo Evans aka “Muscle”. He’s an exciting young fighter that checks all the boxes. He’s got the look; the charismatic personality and he can fight. His high-pressure style is exciting to watch which is reflected by his outstanding record of 7-0 w 7KO’s. We can’t wait to showcase this young talent and get him signed with a top-notch promoter asap,” said Mark Habibi of Wise Owl Boxing.

” It’s a blessing to be able to co-manage a great young fighter like Deangelo Evans, who has all of the potential to become a world champion in the future,” said co-manager Lamont Rosborough.

Evans began boxing at the age of 19 as he came across boxing while in college at Averett University, where Evans was a wrestler. Evans, who was the first in his family to attend college, stayed there for two years before dedicating himself to boxing.

Evans did not have an amateur career as he learned his trade by sparring with professional fighters.

“After my first day in the gym, I took the sport very seriously and stopped wrestling. I have always loved 1-on-1 sports and love working with my hands, as I love to cook, paint and draw.”

Evans turned pro on April 17, 2021, with a second-round knockout of Joel Franklin in Aiken, South Carolina. In his most recent outing, Evans stopped Kelvin Smith on August 5th in Danville, Virginia.

Evans is trained by former professional fighter Marcus Luck.

Evans, who works as a boxing teacher, is looking to get back in the ring on December 16th in Rock Hill, South Carolina at The Rock Hill Sports and Events Center.