Khalil Coe made his professional debut on the undercard of Devin Haney’s successful WBC World Lightweight title defence against Jorge Linares and won in impressive style.
The 26-year-old, who will be guided by co-managers Keith Connolly and David McWater, hit the headlines when he knocked out Cuba’s 2016 Olympic gold medal man Julio Cesar La Cruz in June 2018 on his first international assignment.
The Jersey City talent debut campaigns at Light-Heavyweight and has earned a record of 7-0-1 (5 KOs) since turning professional, most recently dropping Bradley Olmeda en route to a points victory in November 2022 out in Cleveland.
Big Steppa has been making waves in 2023 with a series of impressive knockouts. Coe scored a highlight reel stoppage over James Quiter in 2023, before tearing through Buneet Bisla and Kenmon Evans. That streak continued into 2024 with a second round stoppage of 20-0 Gerardo Osuna in Las Vegas.