The brothers of Omega Psi Phi have got HANDS!
The fraternity’s official Instagram account (@OfficialOPPF)) recently posted a list of three boxers who are members of Omega Psi Phi that you need to watch out for.
These are the brothers they included on the list!
Bro. Ed “Thoroughbred” Williams (ΘΓ ’08)
“Bro. Ed “Thoroughbred” Williams (ΘΓ ’08) @thoroughbredboxing is considered to be one of the best pound for pound fighters of this time. As a welterweight, he displays an unprecedented mix of speed power and instinct in the ring,” the fraternity wrote.
Mike “CannonHandz” Seals (ΝΕ ’04)
This is what the fraternity had to say about Mike ‘CannonHandz’ Seals:
“Mike ‘CannonHandz’ Seals (ΝΕ ’04) @cannonhandz is a talented professional boxer fighting out of Atlanta, Georgia. He is a light-heavyweight fighter and has previously held three belts: WBC, IBU and IBS, and is ranked 27th in the world and 10th in the United States in the light-heavyweight division,”
Lamar “The Boxing Que” Russ (ΔΓ ’08)
This is what the fraternity had to say about Lamar “The Boxing Que” Russ:
“Lamar “The Boxing Que” Russ (ΔΓ ’08) @boxingque is a strong and talented Middleweight fighter. Lamar is a six time North Carolina State champion and was ranked fifth in the nation during his amateur career and is poised for a breakout in the Professional ranks.”
Make sure to keep an eye out for these brothers and head on over to Omega Psi Phi’s official Instagram account (@OfficialOPPF) and give them a follow if you are a Que. They have been doing some really innovative things with their account over the last couple of weeks that we over at Watch The Yard love.
Photo Credit: @OfficialOPPF
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