FROM SHOWTIME BOXING ANALYST STEVE FARHOOD
Tonight, Antoine Douglas headlines ShoBox: The New Generation from Westbury, N. Y.
This will be Douglas’ third appearance on ShoBox.
Douglas is 22-years-old, unbeaten, and among the most attractive U.S. prospects in the game.
Four promising home-grown middleweight prospects:
HUGO CENTENO, 24-years-old, 22-0, 1 NC: Has rebounded strongly from his disappointing performance against Julian Williams. Kayo of James De La Rosa in December was eye-opening.
ANTOINE DOUGLAS, 22-years-old, 16-0-1: Exciting style. We’ll see if he learned from his draw with Michel Soro, a fight in which Douglas faded late.
TONY HARRISON, 24-years-old, 20-0: Many could argue he’s more of a junior middleweight. Has looked good in dispatching a string of faded veterans in Bronco McKart, Tyrone Brunson, Grady Brewer and Antwone Smith.
DOMINIC WADE, 24-years-old, 17-0: Heavy-handed puncher who looked good, but not outstanding, in most notable win, vs. Nick Brinson. Has already gotten off the floor to win (vs. Dashon Johnson).