Undefeated Heavyweight Norman Neely in action on Saturday Night in Reading, PA


Nutley, NJ (October 25, 2019) – GH3 Promotions undefeated Heavyweight prospect Nprman Neely will look for his 4th victory when he takes on fellow undefeated D’Angelo Swaby in a four-round bout on Saturday night at The Santander Arena in Reading, Pa.

The bout will take place on the non-televised portion of a SHOWTIME BOXING: SPECIAL EDITION that will be headlined by junior middleweight’s Erickson Lubin and Nathaniel Gallimore,

Neely of Paterson, New Jersey has won all three of his bouts via knockout, and the 29 year-old will look for his fourth win in six-months.

“I started boxing at the age of 14, and had an amateur record of 57-6,” said Neely. “I was number-one in the United States and won five national titles and six local tournaments.”

The success of his amateur career led him to an invite to the camp of then reigning heavyweight world champion Wladimir Klitschko.

Neely had some out of the ring issues that forced him to be away from the sport for about nine years, and now he is back looking to fulfill the promise that many had for Neely.

‘”Everything is good now, I am in good condition, and I am looking to put on an exciting show on Saturday.”

Neely turned pro on April 27th with a 4th round stoppage over Lamar Lewis. He then followed that up with a 1st round stoppage over Kendrick Houston. In his last bout, Neely stopped Kwame benson in two round on August 17th in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Neely, who describes himself as a boxer-puncher, said he does not know anything on The Bahamian Swaby.

“I am getting back to where I was when I stopped. I am hungry. When people see me they will see that I am a different type of heavyweight. I have comeback to take over. What is changed about me now is that I have my man strength now. When I was an amateur, I was known more for my speed, and now I have added power. I still have learning to do, but I feel great and there is room for improvement. On Saturday night, fans will see a creative heavyweight.”

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