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King J is a business man entrepreneur born and raised in Chicago who now currently resides in the Los Angeles area.

Subscribe to him on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/KingJ323

Follow him on Twitter: http://twitter.com/KingJ323

He is the Boxing Community Leader of the Bleacher Report as well as a Featured Columnist.

His hobbies and interests include: boxing, kickboxing, martial arts, mma, and acting( Screen Actor's Guild Union Member). He has acted in several commercials and has done stunt work, and choreographed stunt fights as well. A former B-Boy, breakdancer who still often battles on the dance floor. He is also passionate about writing, producing, traveling and going after new challenges.

He is a featured columnist whose articles have appeared on several sports and boxing websites as well as:
USA Today, SI.Com, AOL News, CBS Sports, Boxing Rec, Zimbio, Topix.com, Yahoo Sports, Entertainment Weekly just to name a few.

Watch his Pacquiao vs Marquez 4 Fight Coverage Video: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1440208-watch-the-manny-pacquiao-vs-juan-manuel-marquez-4-fight-coverage-video

He made an excellent fight coverage video of Pacquiao vs Bradley and had great interviews with: Bob Arum, Michael Buffer, and Max Kellerman: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1218408-pacquiaobradley-fight-coverage-video-exclusive-interview-w-max-kellerman

Check out his excellent interview with legendary referee Kenny Bayless:

He covered the Super Mega Fight: Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton. Check out his picture slide show article on the fight: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/170331-king-js-coverage-of-manny-pacquiao-vs-ricky-hatton-part-3-slide-show

Check out his legendary interview with the legendary Freddie Roach:

His exclusive interview with Nonito Donaire:

He covered the Pacquiao/Margarito fight at Dallas Cowboys Stadium

Check out his legendary interview with Al Bernstein:

Check out his interview with Robert Guerrero: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/656748-robert-guerrero-wants-the-big-fights-next-marquez-pacquiao-mayweather

Check out his interview with Abner Mares: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/669147-abner-mares-wants-to-be-more-like-manny-pacquiao-less-like-mayweather

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  • Ahmd AbdAllah posted 2548 days ago

    Ahmd AbdAllah



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  • King J posted 2665 days ago

    King J

    My movies finally complete!
    YouTube: Temecula Skeletor

  • King J posted 2666 days ago

    King J

  • Maya John posted 2711 days ago

    Maya John

    Check something new http://goo.gl/9SVAxM

  • Zachary Alapi posted 2939 days ago

    Zachary Alapi

    Happy holidays and new year to you, good sir! I've sent you an abbreviated list of the year-end awards for now. I should be able to get the rest of them to you tonight (my message explains the tardiness). All the best!

  • Dave Carlson posted 2990 days ago

    Dave Carlson

    Congrats on 1 million reads! It looks like your guy Abner is making a run for the P4P lists. I'm hoping Roman Gonzalez will start doing the same. My big question right now: what happened to Beibut Shumenov? That guy was in line to be a breakout star a few years ago, and has stalled lately, even though he hasn't lost any fights other than vs. Campillo.

  • Michael Walters posted 2996 days ago

    Michael  Walters

    Thanks for the props.

  • Ryan Rudnansky posted 3001 days ago

    Ryan Rudnansky

    Loved your piece on the Mayweather-50 Cent Twitter feud, King J. Well done sir.

  • Vitali S posted 3043 days ago

    Vitali S

    Please check out my new page for more interviews and updates: https://www.facebook.com/VitaliFightPress

  • Joseph Santoliquito posted 3064 days ago

    Joseph Santoliquito

    Thanks King J--sorry for the delay in getting back. Been imbedded with a few fighters and running around. Thanks for the kind words.