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Shakur Stevenson’s Miami Beach brawl video released

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

According to, boxing rising star Shakur Stevenson was caught on video getting into a brawl at a Miami Beach Garage. He was arrested on July 1st, 2018 and charged with misdemeanor battery in the incident. 

Stevenson and fellow boxer David Grayton allegedly made comments to a group. The two boxers also allegedly made a sexual comment two two women with the group, which led to the fight between the two sides. 

Boxer Shakur Stevenson gets his arm raised following his win over Aelio Mesquita by TKO
Shakur Stevenson gets his arm raised following his win over Aelio Mesquita by TKO (Getty Images)

The authorities were called to the scene. Paramedics treated a man and women at the scene, according to, with cuts and bruises. 

However, despite being involved in the brawl, Stevenson and Grayton left the scene before the authorities arrived. But, a short-time later, they were arrested for being involved in the incident. 

Once the authorities arrested the duo, Stevenson reportedly had a cut on his lip. In addition, Grayton allegedly had cuts on his knuckles. 

The Newark, New Jersey native was celebrating his 21st birthday in Miami Beach when the incident happened. Stevenson is expected to fight Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz on April 20 in New York. 

Stevenson has a 10-0 record with six knockouts. Diaz brings a 24-1 record into the event at Madison Square Garden card that also includes Bud Crawford and Amir Khan. 

He hasn’t found since defeating Jessie Cris Rosales on Jan. 18, 2019 when he won by TKO at Turning Stone Resort & Casino in Verona, New York. 

The Barranquitas, Puerto Rico native hasn’t fought since Nov. 2018. He defeated David Berna by knockout at Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino. 


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