Anthony “Juice” Young ready for Jersey showdown with Malik Jackson this Thursday night in Philly

Atlantic City, NJ (September 14, 2016)– Welterweight, Anthony “Juice” Young will look for his third consecutive victory when he takes on Malik Jackson in a battle of New Jersey based fighters as one of the undercard bouts this Thursday nighat the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia.

Young of Atlantic City won his first ten bouts and after his current two-fight streak will enter the ring with a record of 13-2 with five knockouts.

“I had a really good camp and great sparring with (lightweight) Anthony Burgin & Victor Padilla.

In Jackson, he is facing a fighter with a very deceiving 3-9-4 record. He has had several questionable decisions not go in his favor, so Young expects a fight that will not be a gimme.

“I do not know much about him other than t\him being a scrappy fighter who is coming to win. I know he is from New Jersey, but it doesn’t matter where he is from. He could be from Switzerland for all I care.”

This will be the third bout that Young will have championship trainer Raul “Chino” Rivas, and Young already has seen the improvements with his new coach.

“I will display what I have been working on with Chino. I want to thank my team for this opportunity on this card.”

Said Rivas, “This will be our third fight together. He is getting better with every fight. I am excited to see him fight on Thursday. He has worked hard and is getting sharper. He is able to spar eight and ten rounds now.

“I know Jackson a little bit as I am originally from North Jersey. My son beat him in the amateurs He is tall and his record doesn’t justify who he is. He has been overmatched. But I have noticed that he doesn’t use his jab and he doesn”t have the heart when you press him. We have been using Juice’s angles and combinations and slowly we have been to eliminate bad habits. He is smart, a hard worker and disciplined and his best boxing is ahead of him.”

“Anthony “Juice” Young will attempt to continue building his already impressive career,”said long time manager, Rich Masini. “we are very confident in our current team. Head trainer Raul “Chino” Rivas has been doing as excellent job with Juice. I’ve seen Juice grow in every aspect , both inside and out of the ring” says Masini.

“He seems to have a great chemistry with Chino as well as Chino’s team. It’s easy with a kid like Juice, he is great to work with, we have a great team around him including his dad, Teany. We realize we have a tough opponent in front of us on September 15th but Juice is ready to go and take care of business” says Masini.

Masini adds R.I.P Pati Masini Love you sister.

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