Oakland Middleweight Hirsch signs with Advisor hoping to land big fight in 2016!

Tony Hirsch the current IBU Middleweight Champ from Oakland who supplies former Light Heavyweight
Champ Andre Ward with a lot of his quality sparring when preparing for fights has signed with former
WBA Welterweight Champ James Page’s old childhood friend and Manager/Advisor, Dee Miller. Hirsch
first met Miller back in 2012 when Page was released from prison and Miller would frequently visit one of
boxing’s most famous gyms in the Bay Area, Kings Gym, in order to monitor Pages sparring sessions. Due
to Hirsch having other handlers in his boxing endeavors, Miller and Hirsch never took their relationship to
business until here recently.

Hirsch, 19(8)-6(1)-2 has two big wins over previously undefeated Wes Capper, who was 9(7)-0 at the time
of his loss to Hirsch for the vacant WBC United States (USNBC) Middleweight Title, and Donyil
Livingston. He also lost decisions to two former Olympians Demetrius Andrade and Shawn Estrada as well
as a Majority Decision loss to then unbeaten Dmitry Chudinov, a Split Decision loss to Francisco Santana
and a Split Draw to Said El Haraak. Joining forces with Miller who is also from the Bay Area and who has
for the last two years, been a Booking Agent working with Al Heymon, Golden Boy Promotions, Warrior
Boxing, Mayweather Promotions and various different matchmakers, Hirsch feels as though he’s aligned
himself in the right company to get the quality fights his team feels he’s ready for, and eventually a shot at
either the WBC, WBA or IBF World Titles.

Team Hirsch feels their Middleweight deserves to be on the A-side and is now willing to entertain possibly
signing with a bigger promotional banner in order to secure those fights they feel they deserve. “There are a
few intriguing opportunities that may come along soon for Tone, being Peter Quillen and Andy Lee both
recently took losses, they may be looking for a fight such as Hirsch. Not to mention a win over either of
those two, would launch us in line for a shot at the title Jacobs just won over Quillen or the one Saunders
just won over Lee. If we must wait, there are other fights against top prospects such as Antoine Douglas or
even current 154lb Champion Jermall Charlo when he decides to move up, says Miller. But whoever it is,
we’re ready for 10 or 12 rounds, and the TV fights interest us most. We’re ready to be known.”

Hirsch will again be helping Pound-for-Pound King Andre Ward prepare for his March 26
return to the