Three Split-T Management Fighters Featured Tonight in Atlanta

08/03/2023 - No comments

The Overtime Elite Arena in Atlanta will light up with the inaugural OTX show. Set your watches for 8:30 PM ET and get ready to stream it live on DAZN.

Three stars from the Split-T Management team will take to the ring. We’ve got an eight-round clash featuring Oshae Jones, 2021 Olympic Bronze Medalist, facing off against Miranda Barber in a welterweight showdown.

Jones,  3-0, recently dominated Simone Da Silva in a six-round bout in the Bahamas. Hailing from Toledo, Ohio, Jones kicked off her boxing career at just 12 years old. With a track record of 60-9 and a solid history of competing worldwide, Jones is a force to be reckoned with.

Did you know Jones was handed the key to her hometown and treated to a parade after snagging her Olympic Bronze Medal? She’s swept the board in many esteemed tournaments including the 2020 Stramdja, 2020 Boxam International, 2017 Eastern Elite Qualifier, and more. The cherry on top? Scoring Gold at the 2019 Pan Am Games and clinching first at the 2020 US Olympic Trials. Jones’ manager, Brian Cohen, surely has his hands full!

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As for Barber, she calls Boca Raton, Florida home and has a 3-4 record, with one knockout. Don’t let that record fool you though, she’s triumphed over undefeated fighters like Ayanna Tramont and more.

Now, we also have an undefeated junior lightweight bout featuring Haven Brady Jr. and Andre Rene Rodriguez. Brady, from nearby Albany, Georgia, boasts a 9-0 record with four knockouts. He’s already bested Roberto Negrete, Jose Argel, Eric Mondtagon, and more.

On the other side of the ring, we have Rodriguez, a Phoenix native, with a 9-0 record and five knockouts. His latest victory was a unanimous decision over Cesar Villarraga last November.

Lastly, we’ve got a featherweight clash between Xavien Ramirez and Ricardo Lucio Galvan. Ramirez, a 22-year-old former amateur standout from Morrill, Nebraska, has a 4-0 record. Galvan, a 25-year-old Reno native, also stands at 4-0.