Al Haymon just picked up another fighter eager to make his professional debut in hopes of becoming the next star in boxing. Marcus Browne joins Terrell Gausha, Dominic Breazeale, Rau'shee Warren and Errol Spence Jr. as the latest 2012 U.S. Olympian to join Haymon's ever-growing stable of fighters. Although details regarding Browne's professional debut have yet to be finalized, the 6'2" light heavyweight could be fighting as early as late October or early November, when the other four fighters are expected to turn pro.
Although it was a disappointing outing for the 2012 U.S. Olympic men's team, individually, the fighters still displayed the type of talent that could blossom into a successful professional career. With the commitment of CBS to air the professional debuts of boxers from the 2012 Olympics, these men will have an opportunity to get early exposure as they look to build their fanbase, and having Al Haymon in their corner will no doubt benefit them on their journey to become future stars of the sport.