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Team Browne handing out Book Bags
Thanks to all the families and friends who showed up to make this event a success. All book bags were gone within first 20 minutes. Thanks to Marcus Browne who made this event possible.
Written By: Stephen Hart | firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: Staten Island Advance | silive.com
Marcus Browne has long been a knockout in his neighborhood of Clifton, and the light heavyweight contender will earn even more props when he distributes 75 book bags full of school supplies to elementary school students on Sunday.
The giveaway, sponsored by the boxer’s own Team Browne foundation, will take place at Luis Lopez Park in Clifton (on Targee Street, across from P.S. 57) on Sunday from noon to 2 p.m., or whenever he runs out of book bags. Bags will be dispensed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
“I always like to give back to the kids in the neighborhood,” said Browne, a 2012 U.S. Olympian and three-time Golden Gloves champion, who will put his 15-0 pro record on the line on Sept. 12 with a bout against Gabriel Campillo at Foxwoods Resort Hotel & Casino in Connecticut.
The scheduled 10-round fight may make NBC’s Premier Boxing Champions’ 4 p.m. broadcast depending on how the other bouts play out.
Back to work on September 12th in Foxwoods Resort & Casino
Staten Island’s “Sir” Marcus Browne will be taking on veteran and former World Champion Gabriel Campillo in a scheduled 10 round fight.
Bring your kids Sunday, September 6th at 12pm to Luis R. Lopez Park located in Staten Island. Marcus & Team Browne will be giving away book bags filled with school supplies.
Thank you to the Staten Island Yankees for giving me the opportunity to throw out the first pitch, but also for an opportunity to bring the kids from my neighborhood somewhere to have fun.
Thank you again to SLAMXHYPE for inviting me to the PhotoShoot at AGENDA NYC
COME OUT AND JOIN STATEN ISLAND’S “SIR” MARCUS BROWNE ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 2015 AS HE WILL BE THROWING OUT THE FIRST PITCH FOR THE STATEN ISLAND YANKEES.
MARCUS WILL ALSO BE A GUEST JUDGE FOR THE STATEN ISLAND STAR SEARCH TALENT SHOW TAKING PLACE DURING THE GAME. MARCUS WILL BE TAKING PHOTOS AND SIGNING AUTOGRAPHS FOR ALL THE FANS AND SUPPORTERS.
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Thanks to Popular Demand for the Clothing
Thanks to Agenda NYC and the Photoshoot by Jared Ryder
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Special Thanks to Alan from SlamxHype for making this happen!!
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Photo By: Al Bello/Getty Images
Written By: Brian Suozzo/Team Browne
The toughest opponent to date for Sir Marcus Browne brought out grit, determination, and a will to win that Marcus has not had to display in his brief, but successful professional boxing career. Browne gutted out a 10 round unanimous decision over Cornelius White with the judges scoring the cards 99-91 twice and 98-92 respectively. This victory improved Browne’s record to 15 and 0 with 11 knockouts while Cornelius White fell to 21 and 4 and is now on a 3 fight losing streak. Browne’s superior footwork and comfort navigating around the ring allowed him to control the pace of the fight. In the early rounds, Browne overwhelmed White with an aggressive onslaught, often at times trying to throw punches through the defense of his opponent. Getting frustrated with his inability to land clean shots to White’s head, Browne changed his game plan to work the body more to open up his opponent from his defensive shell. This minor adjustment was a profound representation of one of the boxing intangibles that the young Staten Island native possesses. His slick head movement allowed him to slip most of White’s counter punches in an impressive style and assisted in creating optimal angles for Browne to strike. In the later rounds things got a little more difficult for the undefeated Staten Island native. Browne relied heavily on movement and mixed in some effective clinching to neutralize the straight forward coming opponent. The volume of punches and combinations from Browne significantly slowed down. It appeared that Browne’s activity continued to slow more as a result of fatigue rather than adjustments made by White. The aggressive pace that Browne set early on was a difficult one to maintain, but he was able to persevere with his champion mentality in his first 10 round fight of his career. Despite Browne winning a majority of the rounds, many of them were not lopsided. Browne intelligently stole a few rounds with precise late round combinations to swing the judges in what may have been a difficult round to score. At times the fight got a little ugly with each boxer hitting the canvas once, but neither was ruled a knockdown. Browne was able to control the frustrations that White presented to him over the 10 round match to get a clear win, but he was also able to identify more areas to improve. As Browne looks to climb the light heavyweight ranks, difficult fights like the one White presented him, will better prepare him for the upper echelon fighters that are current belt holders. The more seasoned Browne becomes, the more obvious Browne’s readiness for the division’s elite is portrayed.
Picture By: Christopher Gregory from the NY Times
Doris Jeffrey’s one-bedroom apartment in Staten Island contains, among other things, a Bible in the kitchen and an unusually extensive collection of men’s designer sneakers, size 10, in the corner. It also contains her 24-year-old son, Marcus Browne, a professional boxer.
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Thank you to the NY Times for the GREAT Article !!
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Hope you can all tune in tonight and watch Heather Hardy and myself on Fox 5 News at 10:30pm Today, May 3,2015.
Marcus Browne will be back at the Barclays for the NINTH time in his career. He will be on the Amir Khan vs. Chris Algieri undercard. More details coming soon. Get your tickets now !!
In Sir Marcus’s 14th fight, he continued to roll in dominant fashion despite the step up in competition. Browne defeated Aaron Pryor Jr. by technical knockout due to Pryor Jr. not being able to see at the end of the 6th round in what was scheduled to be a 10 round fight. Throughout the fight, Browne remained the aggressor only being slowed by the continuous holding of his opponent. The undefeated Staten Island boxer looked impressive as he comfortably maneuvered around the ring landing at will and avoiding any significant shots from Pryor. From the beginning of the fight it was made clear by Browne’s style was to be aggressive. He overwhelmed Pryor with some strong left hands and stayed persistent despite the constant holding and head butting from Pryor. Browne did not fall into Pryor’s plans of making this an ugly fight as he was able to effectively land power shots when they broke from the clinch. In spite of the fact there were no knockdown’s, Browne hurt Pryor many times especially at the end of the second round where it appeared Pryor was saved by the bell.
Many of Browne’s power shots were set up from his digging body blows, forcing Pryor to be conscious of protecting both head and body. As Browne’s continues to progress through his promising career, he continues to portray the patience of a true champion. Staten Island’s very own Sir Marcus Browne continues to portray improved maturity, unwavering dedication, and intangibles that make a true champion.
The undefeated boxer appears ready for anything, so the only question we have is Who’s next?
Written By: Brian Suozzo/ Team Browne
Picture By: Andres Villacis/ Team Browne
Come out and support if you have time today. The weigh-in’s will be held at The Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Come and see Marcus Browne, plus all your favorite fighters fighting on the card. Weigh in doors are open at 12:30 PM est and weigh in begins at 1:00pm est.
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In a way, you can say that Marcus Browne is taking on his biggest name yet when he puts his undefeated record on the line Saturday at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Of course, there is a catch.
The Clifton resident and U.S. Olympian will look to improve upon his 13-0 professional mark when he takes on Aaron Pryor Jr. in a scheduled eight-round light heavyweight contest — part of a card whose two headline bouts will air in prime time on NBC.
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Written By: Stephen Hart
Picture By: Staten Island Advance
14 days left – Get your tickets and come support “Sir” Marcus Browne, making his 8th appearance at the Barclays Center.
Today was our very first Team Browne Run at Clove Lakes Park in Staten Island, NY. Marcus Browne asked through social media that friends, family and fans come out to support him. Marcus wants to bring his supporters as close to him as possible. We had a great turnout, even in this cold weather people came out to run with Marcus and get to know him. Below are some of the pictures with some of the winners of the run and everyone who participated.
TEAM BROWNE wants to thank each and everyone who came out to run. It means a lot to us. Until the next time, enjoy the pics!!
Photos By: Andres Villacis/ Team Browne
Written By: Stephen Hart/ Staten Island Advance
TEMECULA, Calif.– Marcus Browne took out his frustrations of losing a televised fight by scoring a first-round TKO over George Blades in a light heavyweight bout Thursday night at the Pechanga Resort & Casino. The contest was scheduled to be the first fight of a three-hour ESPN 2 boxing broadcast (10 p.m. EST start), but the network dropped the bout from the show when Blades — who was a late fill-in for Henry Buchanan, injured in training last week — weighed in at 196.6 pounds, or nearly 20 pounds over the 178-pound light heavyweight limit. “Granted, he got three days’ notice, but the dude didn’t try to lose any weight,” an exasperated Browne said around 5 p.m. Thursday, about three hours before his fight. “I’m sure if he was close to weight, it would still be on TV.”
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Photography By: Al Bello /Getty Images
Photo By: Al Bello/ Getty Images
Boxer Marcus Browne might not be as well known as, say, Floyd Mayweather Jr., but the former Olympian and currently undefeated professional is a star on the rise.
A native of Staten Island, NY, Marcus Browne prides himself on his local boxing roots. The 23-year-old light heavyweight southpaw loves to fight locally and, after seven fights at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, Browne has found a home away from home.
A Brooklyn native himself, Getty Images Chief Sports Photographer Al Bello also knows a thing or two about boxing. Having started out working for Ring Magazine in 1990, Bello has covered countless title fights and has photographed the biggest names in the sport.
He has seen the best in boxing for almost 25 years and in Marcus Browne, Bello sees a talented fighter with a bright future. “Marcus works extremely hard at his craft,” says Bello. “He has the desire and the talent to do well, and at the moment his record is 12-0 with 9 KO’s.”
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TEAM BROWNE would like to thank Al Bello (@albello55) and Getty Images for working with us.
We would also like to thank Alex Trautwig for the story and his help with the photoshoot.
We also want to thank Bruce Bennett for letting us use the pool.
Thank You !!
Written By: Corey Quincy
The Light Heavyweight Southpaw from Staten Island boasts an accomplished amateur background, including winning the 2010 and 2011 Golden Gloves, and the 2012 US Championships before representing the United States in the 2012 London Olympics class, where he was stunned by Damian Hooper in the first round.
Even if he couldn’t shine for the American men in England, Browne was still in the spotlight come his professional debut in November of 2012. On that day, he knocked out Codale Ford in three rounds, and also won his five subsequent fights by knockout.
Despite all he achieved as an amateur, Browne might actually be more suited for the pros. So far, none of his opponents have struck fear into him, as he’s built up a 12-0 ledger, with nine knockouts to his name. Browne is a sharp thinker in the ring, and is good at sensing opponents weaknesses. His lead right hand is as good as his power left, and he continually employs new dimensions to his attack. The most readied foes will still struggle to overcome the multifaceted boxer.
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Written By: Brian Suozzo /Team Browne
In his 7th fight at the Barclays Arena and 12th fight overall Sir Marcus Browne continues to impress. Already with 7 fights at the Barclays, this was Browne’s 5th victory by KO signifying his level of comfort fighting near home. Staten Island’s own Browne stopped Vasquez in just 28 seconds. Browne who faced an overmatched Paul Vasquez dominated from the opening bell overwhelming Vasquez with a relentless attack until the referee stepped in to stop the fight. This marks the second fight in a row for Browne where he was able to stop his opponent in the first round. The light heavyweight came right after Vasquez once the opening bell rang peppering Vasquez with some crisp straight right hands. After seeing an opening, the southpaw Browne let his hands go landing some clean shots to both the head and the body while backing Vasquez into the corner. Following two clean hooks to the body, Vasquez touched his rear to the canvas and the referee stopped the fight due to Vasquez being hurt and unable to protect himself. In the fight Browne showed significant hand speed and power that could compete with anyone in the light heavyweight division. As Browne continues to perfect his craft, he is steadily climbing the light heavyweight ranks and gaining notice from the division’s elite. It is clear that Browne is ready for a step up in quality of opponents so it will be great to see the 2012 Olympian get to test his skills against the next level. The future looks extremely bright for Browne and it appears that nothing will be able to slow down the ascension of the talented yet humble Staten Island native.
There was always something more for Marcus Browne. Even in his early years as a boxer, the Staten Island native consistently had his eyes on the next prize – literally. “I wanted to be a boxing champion,” Browne laughs. “I didn’t say world champion, but a boxing champion. When I was younger I just wanted a belt and that’s what used to drive me. We’d go to the tournaments and get belts, and when I got older, people like Danny Jacobs and Sadam Ali, they were winning Golden Gloves and I wanted Golden Gloves.
Written By: Thomas Gerbasi
Picture Credit: Arya Rossman
FIGHT WEEK MEDIA SCHEDULE
*All Times Are Eastern*
Sunday, August 3
2:00 p.m. FIGHTER AUTOGRAPH/MEET & GREET SESSION
Location: Nets Shop by adidas at Coney Island
3015 Stillwell Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11224
2:00 p.m. – Edgar Santana, Sadam Ali & Zachary Ochoa
3:00 p.m. – Daniel Jacobs, Marcus Browne & Paulie Malignaggi
Wednesday, August 6
12:00 p.m. FIGHTER MEDIA WORKOUTS
Location: Gleason’s Gym
77 Front Street; Brooklyn, NY 11201
12:00 p.m. – Edgar Santana, Marcus Browne & Sadam Ali
12:20 p.m. – Daniel Jacobs, Zachary Ochoa & D’mitrius Ballard
12:40 p.m. – Rod Salka
1:00 p.m. – Lamont Peterson & Anthony Peterson
1:20 p.m. – Danny Garcia
Thursday, August 7
11:00 a.m. FINAL PRESS CONFERENCE
Location: Barclays Center – GEICO Atrium
620 Atlantic Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11217
10:30 a.m. – Media Arrival
11:00 a.m. – Press Conference Begins
Friday, August 8
1:30 p.m. OFFICIAL WEIGH-IN – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Location: Barclays Center – Daily News Plaza
620 Atlantic Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11217
1:30 p.m. – Media Arrival
2:00 p.m. – Weigh-In Begins
**NOTE: Fans are encouraged to arrive early
Saturday, August 9
4:00 p.m. BARCLAYS CENTER DOORS OPEN
Address: 620 Atlantic Avenue; Brooklyn, NY 11217
4:15 p.m. FIRST FIGHT BEGINS
7:00 p.m. SHOWTIME EXTREME® TELECAST BEGINS
9:00 p.m. SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING® TELECAST BEGINS