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Featherweight Contender Tiara Brown Signs With Split-T Management

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Split-T Management has signed undefeated featherweight contender Tiara Brown to a management contract.


Brown of Lehigh Acres, Florida has an undefeated mark of 15-0 with 10 knockouts.


Brown will be managed by Vrian Cohen.


"I am very excited to sign with Split-T Management. I think Brian Cohen has done a great job with the many women boxers that he manages.. I like the feeling I get from that. I like the team, and I am glad to be a part of it.  I think Split-T Management will push my career forward and get me in the position that I deserve to be in. I have not had that proper team to push me forward and I see what Split-T Management does with their women. They have had many world champions, and I see myself in that position by the end of this year or early next year," said Brown


Brown began boxing at the age of 12 as her older cousins were amateur boxers . Brown began to try boxing as a means to stay in shape as she was a basketball player and ran track. Brown started to compete and was starting to excel in the sweet science by competing in national competitions, and boxing became a passion of Brown.


Brown went to Columbus State in Columbus, Georgia on a Cross-Country scholarship.


Tiara continued to box and she became USA National champion. Winning the 2012 world Gold medal propelled her to be the number-one fighter in the world at 125 pounds.. She was the only American to win a Gold Medal on a team that included two-time Olympic Gold Medal winner Claressa Shields, U.S. Olympian Mikaela Mayer, Christina Cruz and future undisputed world champion Franchon Crews Dezurn. The 5'7" Brown had approximately 80 amateur fights.


Brown turned professional on September 30, 2016 with a first round stoppage over Khadija Sanders in Washington, D.C. Her undefeated resume includes wins over Vanessa Bradford (5-1-2), Jennifer Martinez (2-0) and her last fight when she defeated 42-fight veteran Lilliana Martinez on June 30th in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.


Brown is trained by Monyette Flowers


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