Sunday, July 15, 2007
Sycuan Ringside Promotions’ undefeated prospect Shawn “The Sioux Warrior” Hawk upped his record to 15-0-1 with a first-round knockout of Roy “Bo” Skipper in a bout scheduled for eight rounds Saturday night in New Town, N.D.
Hawk, originally from Thompson, S.D., and now living in Los Angeles, stopped Skipper, from Laurel, Mass., at 2:57 of the first round for his 13th knockout.
Wednesday, May 09, 2007
Sycuan Ringside Promotions’ undefeated cruiserweight prospect Shawn “The Sioux Warrior” Hawk appears in an eight-round bout May 11 in Lewiston, Idaho.
Hawk, who has a record of 13-0-1 with 11 knockouts, is scheduled to meet Dennis McKinney, a veteran of more than 70 bouts and his most experienced opponent to date.
The 22-year-old Hawk scored six straight knockouts before being handed an unpopular and widely disputed draw against Ed Perry March 16 in Hollywood, Fla. Hawk, originally from Thompson, S.D., and now living in Los Angeles, had an amateur record of 108-12.
The 34-year-old McKinney has a record of 27-43-1 with 13 knockouts. His opponents include current World Boxing Council heavyweight champion Oleg Maskaev and former WBC heavyweight champ Oliver McCall.
Monday, September 11, 2006
The newest addition to Sycuan Ringside Promotions’ impressive roster of boxers—undefeated and powerful, 22-year-old light heavyweight Shawn Hawk—has relocated to Los Angeles and now is training with renowned veteran Freddie Roach.
The strong and hard-hitting Hawk, from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, has a record of 12-0 with 10 knockouts and is on course to be the most successful Native American boxer ever.
“This is exactly what Sycuan Ringside Promotions promised me, to move me to Los Angeles and let me work with a great trainer like Freddie Roach,” said Hawk. “I’m more excited than ever to start advancing my career with Sycuan Ringside Promotions.”
Wednesday, September 06, 2006
Sycuan Ringside Promotions has added another young prospect to its growing roster of boxers—undefeated and powerful, 22-year-old light heavyweight Shawn Hawk.
The strong and hard-hitting Hawk, from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, has a record of 12-0 with 10 knockouts is on course to be the most successful Native American boxer ever.
Except for two bouts in North Dakota, all of Hawk’s first 12 fights were in Washington and Idaho. Now that he’s with Sycuan Ringside Promotions, Hawk knows he’ll box in more locations and gain increased television exposure.
“I’m excited to be with Sycuan Ringside Promotions,” said Hawk. “I’m looking forward to fighting in California and Las Vegas and having more people see what I can do now, and what I will be doing in the future.”
“Shawn is an important addition to Sycuan Ringside Promotions,” said Glenn Quiroga, president of Sycuan Ringside Promotions. “Not only is he the first Native American boxer Sycuan Ringside Promotions has signed, he’s, first and foremost, a tremendous prospect.”
“We anticipate Shawn eventually being a force in the light heavyweight and then the cruiserweight divisions,” said Willie Tucker, executive vice president of Sycuan Ringside Promotions.