eSports Boxing Club reveals 55 fighters with current roster, some features and more

Steel City Interactive has updated the eSports Boxing Club website with a list of 55 licensed boxers, coaches, promoters, presenters and cutmen currently on the roster. In total, there are 65 licensed boxers, 11 coaches, 6 promoters, 6 presenters and 2 cutmen.

Here’s the list so far, but it’s coming soon.


  • Arturo Gatti
  • Joe Frazier
  • Josh Taylor
  • Micky Ward
  • Alexander Povetkin
  • Nigel Benn
  • Connor Ben
  • Izlyle Madrimov
  • Ricky Hatton
  • Eddie Hall
  • Joe Joyce
  • Tommy Morrison
  • George Groves
  • Johnny Nelson
  • Josh Warrington
  • Anthony Crolla
  • Kid Galahad
  • Sunny Edwards
  • Scott quigg
  • Chris John
  • Ryan rose
  • Robert Helenius
  • Charlie Edwards
  • Enzo Macarinelli
  • Terry Harper
  • Jason Moloney
  • Natasha Jonas
  • Rosend Alvarez
  • Jordan Gil
  • Sophie Alish
  • Shannon Courtney
  • Shane Mosley Junior
  • Robin reid
  • Lelone Richards
  • Lee McGregor
  • Jono Carroll
  • Jason Rosario
  • Javier Fortuna
  • Patrick Locor
  • Michael McKinson
  • Lindon Arthur
  • Adam Hamed
  • Mark Reyes Junior
  • Hope price
  • Henry Wharton
  • George Davy
  • David Deray
  • Dalton Smith
  • Andrew Moloney
  • Alex Dilmagani
  • Moses Kaimata
  • Andres Campos
  • Damian Chambers
  • Levi Kinciona
  • Mitchell Burton


  • Edelay Noso
  • Ben Davison
  • Dave Caldwell
  • Joe Gallagher
  • Frank Greaves
  • Henry Wharton


  • Lou Divera
  • Tony Torgi
  • Jorde Guardia


  • Paul Dempsey
  • Todd Grisham
  • Craig Stephen


  • Jamie Sheldon
  • Ian Johnson

They also revealed some of the features of the game we listed below.

  • Next generation footwork – A revolution in movement with research and input from world champions to create the most realistic manners and movements
  • Venue – Real venues from gyms and arenas to outdoor stages
  • visual – High quality models scanned and sculpted by leading scanning studio Ten24
  • Commentary – Full fight team featuring Paul Dempsey from BT Sport, Johnny Nelson from Sky Sports, and Todd Grisham from DAZN
  • Customize – Fully customizable Career Mode: Create your own fighter, judge, trainer, cutman, promoter
  • Boxing outfit – Equipped with officially licensed boxing gear.Upgrade gloves, shorts and boots
  • realism – Manage fighter weight and injuries. Do you rest and heal any adverse effects?Or take a high-risk title-shoot in a hurry
  • Skill characteristics – Unlock certain movements and traits as the fighter matures and switch gyms to learn new move sets (total – 50 attributes and traits from punching power to discipline)
  • Retirement system – Did you retire early because of the war? Or have a long career in smart fights. Or do you decide to make a comeback! ??
  • ESBC tournament – Annual tournament featuring eWBC belts – Details to follow
  • Feint system – ESBC has a state-of-the-art feint system – try off-guarding your opponent
  • 7 championship titles – Fight for the coveted “green and gold” WBC belt and win the Ring Magazine Champion to protect your legacy. The ESBC will feature the leading governing bodies and sanctions bodies of the sport, such as the IBF and the prestigious BBBofC Lonsdale Belt. First in Sports and Games – Become the World’s eWBC Champion with the physical belt presented by the World Boxing Council during the official ESBC tournament!

At ESBC, through the amateur system, through professional ranks, earn the coveted Lonsdale Belt and advance to continental and world titles featuring officially licensed governing bodies.

Not only do you need to level up your fighters through the battle of victory, but you also need to hire your own staff such as trainers, cutmen, nutritionists and promoters. ESBC also has a real boxing gym, each with its own unique combat style and characteristics.

Choose your own path to the world title, do you go through the ranks and no one “duck”? Or choose a battle that is as risk-free as possible. Each decision will affect your career.

At ESBC Tournaments – The physical belt has been approved by the World Boxing Council and you have the chance to be crowned the World’s eWBC Champion.

The release date for Early Access has not been announced, but the team has promised to bring the game to PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and next-generation consoles and release it on PC first. They are also trying to get the game on the Xbox Game Preview.

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