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Undefeated Junior Welterweight Star Brandun Lee signs with Split-T Management

NEW YORK – Split-T Management has announced the signing of Brandun Lee, a sensational top rated contender within the junior welterweight division.

Lee, of La Quinta, California, made his professional debut in 2017 and since then has gone undefeated with a perfect professional record of 28 wins, 0 losses with 23 of the wins coming by way of knockout. In recent years, Brandun has been featured on major network television in ten of his past twelve bouts. He started off on ShoBox: The New Generation in September of 2019 and then graduated to both Showtime Championship Boxing and Showtime PPV platforms. In those twelve bouts, nine of which he won by KO, his opponents came into the bout with a combined record of 251-48-15. Still only 25 years young yet competing at the elite level for several years already, Lee is looking to get his much awaited shot at a world title in the near future. Something that should not elude this special, unique and talented boxer much longer.

“I’ve followed Brandun since the youth amateurs. He has always had the potential to be not just great American talent, but worldwide star. I am so very excited to finally be representing him. He’s only a couple fights away from a world title opportunity and soon enough a world championship belt will be around his waist,” said David McWater of Split-T Management.

“Signing with Split-T Management is a huge step for me to become a world champion. David has always believed in me and has shown interest in me ever since I was a prospect in the amateurs. I’m looking to start our great campaign together this summer. My team is now complete and I’m ready for war,” said Brandun Lee.

Brandun Lee turned pro at just seventeen and within a few short years had more wins in the boxing ring than he had total years alive on the planet. He had a stellar amateur run that saw him go 196-5 that led him to the 2015 U.S. Junior National Championship, taking home the gold medal at 145 pounds. Lee is guided and trained by his father Bobby. Lee is of multiracial descent having a Korean American father and Mexican American mother. He grew up in Southern California and embraced the diversity of the community. He has now become active within it supporting many initiatives and causes.


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