WBA Oceania Champion China’s Junlong “Dragon King” Zhang is looking to return to the ring soon. He was China’s Amateur Champion and from Qingdao, China.
Zhang’s record of 19-0 with 19 knockouts speaks for itself. The 6’3 1/2 southpaw made his debut October 27 of 2012 and in his sixth fight scored a knockout in 2 rounds over Kenya’s Peter Omandi “DM” Okello, 6-1-3, in preparation for his first title fight. In February of 2016 he knocked out Indonesia’s David Koswara, 11-11-2, in the first round to win the WBA PAN Asian Heavyweight title.
In Zhang’s ninth fight in May of 2014 Zhang knocked out Indonesia’s Nico Torori, 27-16-3, in the fifth round for the vacant IBO Asia Pacific Title. In November USA’s Jason “The Sensation” Gavern, 26-17-4, was stopped in 3 rounds for the vacant WBF Intercontinental and vacant WBU (German Version) Titles. In August Gavern went into the fourth with future WBC World champion Deontay “The Bronze Bomber” Wilder.
In May of 2015 southpaw Shawn “The Sniper” Cox, 18-5, of Barbados, was knocked out in 5 rounds by Zhang. Zhang started 2016 off in January knocked out Argentina’s Juan Pedro Guglielmetti, 7-2, in the third round.
In April Zhang won the vacant WBA Oceania Title stopping Brazilian Champion George Arias, George Arias, 56-15, in 2 rounds. In August he stopped Julio Cesar “Gaspar” Dos Santos, 28-6, of BRZ, in 2 rounds in his first defense.
In January of 2017 Zhang knocked out southpaw former world title challenger Argentina’s Rogelio Omar “El Pequeno” Rossi, 18-4-1, in the first round in his second defense. In July in his third defense he knocked out Boliva’s Saul “El Fenix Asesino” Farah, 62-20-3, in the first round, stopping his five fight winning streak.
In May Zhang made his fourth defense knocking out Brazil’s Pedro Otas, 30-3, in 2 rounds. In July in his fifth defense he knocked out Osborne “Big Daddy” Machimana, 22-9-2, of South Africa, in the first round. Machimana had a knockout win over former WBO World Champion Corrie “Sniper” Sanders.
In Zhang’s last fight in December of 2017 he made his sixth title defense scoring a first round knockout over Argentina’s former WBO and IBF Cruiserweight world champion Victor Emilio “El Tyson del Abasto” Ramirez, 22-3-1, of Argentina.
Only one opponent has gone beyond three rounds with Zhang.