Two unbeaten boxers will be going at it at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York on Oct. 20 when interim WBO Middleweight Champion Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam takes on Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin for the full title belt.
N’Jikam hails from Cameroon, Africa and is now fighting out of Paris, France, while Quillin was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The 29-year-old Quillin has 20 knockouts in his 27 wins and the 28-year-old N’Jikam has 17 KOs in his 27 victories. Quillin will be fighting in familiar territory though as he lived in Brooklyn for four years before leaving to set up shop in Manhattan.
Quillin is thankful for the title shot and said it’s quite a step up in his career considering that four years ago he was sleeping on the floor. He said he respects N’Jikam, especially for putting the championship on the line in Quillin’s old stomping ground of Brooklyn.
Quillin made his pro boxing debut in 2005 and has wins over some solid opposition since then. These include beating former ...