Brandyn “Bad News” Lynch, aka “The Humble Warrior” is a professional boxer on the rise that meets every challenge with grit and undeniable endurance. He was born August 3,1991 in Englewood, New Jersey and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Brandyn possesses a unique mixture of speed, power, stamina and natural ability wrapped in deep passion and determination to become a future world champion in the Super Welterweight division. He showcases an explosive, crowd pleasing style and is a highly marketable fighter whose talent far exceeds his level of experience despite what some would say is a late start in the sport. Brandyn is driven to fight because he believes there is no better time than the present to start living your purpose and embrace your destiny. His dead game, all or nothing attitude towards accomplishing his goal makes him an inspiration to others.

Brandyn is a graduate of Northern Arizona University and double majored in Public Relations and Advertising. He is the nephew of a revered celebrity figure yet has chosen to embark on the arduous journey to become a champion prizefighter.

That said, THE KID CAN FIGHT! His training is split 50/50 between two world renowned gyms, Freddie Roach’s Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood California and McGirt’s Boxing Gym in Northridge California.

The humble warrior’s first boxing test was a six rounds sparring session with former WBC Light Middleweight champion Vanes Martirosyan. Still an amateur at the time, Brandyn passed with flying colors! Shortly thereafter he was hired to be the main sparring partner for one of boxing’s biggest stars, “Showtime” Shawn Porter, two time world champion and current WBC Welterweight Title holder. Brandyn turned pro a few months later in October of 2016. His current record is 9-1-0 with 7KOs. He continues to train like a champion to become one!

Brandyn’s plan for 2019 is to fight six times before year’s end. He is currently in training for his third fight scheduled to take place at the Beverly Hilton hotel May 22nd on the 10th Annual “Big Fighters, Big Cause” Charity Boxing Night card presented by Golden Boy Promotions benefiting the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation.