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Triple-Mac inks Brunson!

Virginia-based Triple-Mac Promotions has announced the signing of powerhouse Philadelphia middleweight Tyrone “Young Gun” Brunson to a promotional agreement. The sharpshooting Brunson (19-0-1, 19 KOs) set a boxing record with 19 consecutive first-round knockouts to begin his career before fighting to a draw in his last outing. 24-year-old Brunson surpassed the world record of 18 set by current WBC lightweight champion Edwin Valero, albeit against weak opponents. “Tyrone was beginning to go stale by chasing that record and not facing the kind of opposition he should have been to develop properly,” said Triple-Mac President Freddie Mac of his new client. “We believe in Tyrone and we intend to bring him to the top levels of the sport properly. He has the talent and the natural punching power to become a world champion.”

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