King's Promotions has announced the signing of featherweight Carlos Vidal (15-0) as well as the re-signing of heavyweight Michel Polite Coffie (6-0). Vidal was a two-time Puerto Rican National Champion with an amateur record of 104 wins against just 10 losses. "We at King's Promotions have high expectations for both of these undefeated fighters. We are extremely proud of these signings , and cannot wait for them to get back in the ring," said King's Promotions CEO, Marshall Kauffman.
Vidal of Mayaguez, Puerto Rico and now resides in North Las Vegas, Nevada has a record of 15-0 with 14 knockouts. Since turning professional in 2016, Vidal has a win over Antonio Castro (5-1). In his last bout, Vidal stopped Jesus Ricardo Armenta (19-33-2) on May 25th in Mexico. Vidal has stopped his last four opponents.
Coffie won the 2017 New York Daily News Open Champion where he defeated the number-one ranked fighter in the United States, Nkosi Solomon. He was the number-one ranked amateur super heavyweight
Coffie turned professional on November 21, 2017 with a 1st round stoppage over Ralph Alexander. Coffie of Brooklyn, New York, has a record of 6-0 with five knockouts. He is coming off a second-round stoppage over Eduardo Vitela (3-4) on March 29th in Philadelphia.
Before boxing, Michael and his nine siblings were removed from care from their drug addicted mother, and awarded to the state of New York. At age two, he was put into foster care and bounced from family to family in each section of Brooklyn. One he reached his teenage years, Michael was placed in a stable family in Malverne, New York. Michael then relocated to Brooklyn and enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Michael served for eight years, which included tours in Afghanistan.