Milton Santiago Inks Contract Pact With Al Haymon
By Fernando Gaztambide
Puerto Rican prospect Milton "The Saint" Santiago (4-0, 3 KOs - 135 lbs), who made his pro debut at the of 17, has signed a contract with renowned manager and advisor Al Haymon, who continues to grow his portfolio of clients, which include the likes of Floyd Mayweather Jr., Danny Garcia, Marcos Maidana, Adrien Broner, Adonis Stevenson, Lucas Matthysse, Amir Khan, Lara Erislandy, Keith Thurman, Leo Santa Cruz, among others.
"Al Haymon is officially the adviser of Milton and we are very grateful for the genuine interest shown. I expect great things in the career of this young man," said co-manager Moz Gonzalez, who alongside veteran Eddie Woods, manage the career of the young Puerto Rican.
Santiago, who turns 18 on September 15., returns to action this Friday, May 16, when he takes on Josh Beeman (5-16-4, 2 KOs) in his first six rounder. The fight takes place at the Tomora Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The young Puerto Rican now lives in Warminster, Pennsylvania and finished with a 184-12 record in amateur ranks, where half of his fights were in Puerto Rico. His father, of the same name, is his trainer.
And in other news, Parkside Day Care, in Patterson New Jersey, announced that they have struck a deal to have their recent 4 year old grad, Timmy "coco puff" Snead, agree to a promotional contract with Al Haymon. "Coco Puff"…Comment by sugarsmosley_ on 05-14-2014
im just waiting for haymon to sign charlie zelenhoffComment by anonymous2.0 on 05-14-2014
I have accepted Al Haymon (#thankalhaymon) as my Lord and Savior of boxing, have you?Comment by -MAKAVELLI- on 05-14-2014
[QUOTE=MDPopescu;14552532]That long? I thought he's about to take over everybody till the end of the year... Boxing will become a true competitive sport.[/QUOTE] well, he still has to wait til Arum kicks the bucket..i think Uncle Bob just signed a…Comment by MDPopescu on 05-14-2014
[QUOTE=-MAKAVELLI-;14552520]Al Haymon will own all of boxing in 10 years[/QUOTE] That long? I thought he's about to take over everybody till the end of the year... Boxing will become a true competitive sport.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (8)