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Split-T Management Signs Undefeated Super Middleweight Prospect Nathan Lugo

NEW YORK – Split-T Management is proud to announce the signing of undefeated Super Middleweight Nathan Lugo to a long term managerial agreement. 

Lugo had a standout amateur career that saw him win an astonishing 23 National Amateur titles. The 19 year-compiled a record of 223-19.

Lugo won the 2022 Elite National title which made him the youngest fighter ever to qualify for the Olympic Trials. Lugo also captured many international gold medals as he campaigned extensively overseas at a very young age. 

Lugo is considered to have next level power, which was evidenced by having over 40 stoppage victories. An unheard of number in the amateur style format. 

“Split-T focuses strategically on signing the best amateur talent. I can’t say there has been more excitement surrounding someone coming out since Teofimo Lopez. This young man has as much potential as I’ve ever seen. Split T will help him fulfill his potential and realize those goals he has,” said David McWater of Split-T Management.

“Split-T Management has always had my best interest, and has proven they are the best in the game at what they do, honored to be representing this amazing brand.,” said Nathan Lugo..

“Dave McWater and Split-T has met and exceeded every expectation that I had dreamed of as a father and a coach in the handling of Nathan, I know Dave and the team at Split-T are the epitome of excellence when it comes to management in the boxing industry,” Said Lugo’s father and trainer, Michael Lugo.

In 2021, Nathan, then 16 and his brother Elijah, 14 will featured in Sports Illustrated prestigious Faces in the Crowd sections https://www.si.com/faces-in-the-crowd/video/2021/01/07/nathan-lugo-elijah-lugo-boxing-prodigy-brothers

As a professional, Lugo, 19-years-old of Marietta, Georgia is 1-0 with one knockout.

On April 19th, Lugo showed electric power in taking out Richard Lartigue inside of a round in their four-round super-middleweight bout in Atlanta.

Lugo dropped Lartigue with a hard left hook. Lugo would not rest on his laurels as he dumped Lartigue with a hard right hand and the fight was stopped at 1:33.

Because of the opening round stoppage, the 23-time national champion earned the Overtime bonus.

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