Plant continues growth, stays perfect with 10-round dismantling of De Angel
Caleb Plant didn’t get the knockout he was looking for against Juan De Angel, but he was no less dominant Tuesday night.
Plant eager to take another big leap forward with win over De Angel
Some 15 months into his pro career, Caleb Plant was cruising along at 9-0 with eight knockouts, six of which came in the first round. Despite that dominance, though, the Ashland City, Tennessee, native had yet to truly show off his skills.
Through much adversity and a heartbreaking tragedy, Plant finds solace in the ring
Caleb Plant has survived frigid nights and blistering temperatures on an empty stomach and mourned the death of an infant daughter, yet has used boxing as a pathway to inner peace.
Plant to risk perfect record against De Angel in August 23 clash of knockout artists
Caleb Plant’s last two opponents—and three of the past four—entered the ring with four losses on their record. They each departed the ring with another thing in common: loss No. 5.
Islam overpowers De Angel, stays unbeaten with sixth-round stoppage victory
Juan De Angel figured to provide Kanat Islam his stiffest test entering Sunday’s clash of steel-fisted 154-pound prospects. After all, De Angel had stopped all but one man in 18 victories, including the previous three in a row.
Hard-hitting Islam to put power on reserve against like-minded De Angel
Kanat Islam has plowed through all 20 of his opponents in his 3½-year professional career, but Sunday night he will be facing his most difficult rival to date in hammer-fisted Juan De Angel.
Kanat Islam on the verge of becoming the latest Kazakh boxing sensation
It was about eight months ago that undefeated 154-pound prospects Kanat “The Kazak” Islam and Erickson “The Hammer” Lubin sparred in Florida for about 90 seconds before Islam suffered a cut over one of his eyes.
Kanat Islam and Juan De Angel to meet May 8 in clash of explosive 154-pound prospects
If you’re a fight fan (and we know you are) and you like knockouts (and we know you do), you might consider circling May 8 on your calendar—in bright red ink.