Memphis based Prize Fight Boxing has inked middleweight former amateur standout Dominic Wade of Largo, Maryland to a multi-year promotional agreement. After three attempts for his pro debut, Wade finally entered the professional ranks in stunning fashion last weekend at the Fitzgerald Casino in Tunica, Mississippi. Wade’s bout took less than thirty seconds when he knocked out previously unbeaten Chris Davis (3-0, 1 KO). Just 18 years old, Wade had a decorated amateur background as he was a four-time Junior Olympic Champion and fought his way to the 2007 Olympic Boxing Trials. Wade is trained by Barry Hunter who also shares managerial responsibilities with Paul Wade, who is Dominic’s father. Hunter is known for bringing brothers Anthony and Lamont Peterson as well as Fernando Guerrero to boxing prominence.