eSports Boxing Club adds boxing legend Sugar Ray Robinson to the roster

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eSports Boxing Club revealed some information surrounding the game and the roster as a new fighter has been added.

Sugar Ray Robinson will make his way to the game and we've got the first images of him here, there's also another recent addition.

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Let's take a look at the new boxers joining the game.

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Sugar Ray Robinson joins ESBC

Once eSports Boxing Club is released, you'll be able to take the ring as one of the best to ever do it.

Sugar Ray Robinson is considered by many to be the greatest pound-for-pound fighter of all time. He was a world champion six times, five times as a middleweight and once as a welterweight.

As you can see in the images above, the classic look of Sugar Ray Robinson will be in eSports Boxing Club. Even the gloves are reminiscent of boxing in the 1940s to 1960s.

Sugar Ray isn't the only boxer that was recently added to the ESBC roster, let's check out one of the latest additions.

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eSports Boxing Club adds Jono Carroll

Along with Sugar Ray Robinson, Jono Carroll has also been added to the eSports Boxing Club roster.

The stats ESBC stats for Jono Carroll and Sugar Ray Robinson haven't been revealed, but we also haven't seen much gameplay either.

eSports Boxing Club roster
JONO CARROLL REVEAL: Check out one of the latest additions to the game

In total, there have been nine new names added to the eSports Boxing Club roster. However, there haven't been any updates on a release date.

Here's a bit of what the roster looks like:

  • Muhammad Ali
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  • Sugar Ray Robinson
  • Sugar Ray Leonard
  • Joe Frazier
  • Rocky Marciano
  • Joe Louis
  • Floyd Patterson
  • Jack Dempsey
  • Julio Cesar Chavez
  • Arturo Gatti
  • Roy Jones Jr.

If you'd like to check out the full ESBC roster for the upcoming title, follow this link for the full breakdown.

Gameplay updates from 2021

We first learned about eSports Boxing Club in 2021, nearly a year later and we still don't have a release date on the game.

In July of 2021, we received our first look at the gameplay, since then there hasn't been much. We did, however, get a look at the walk-in scenes for the game.

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From what we can see, the eSports Boxing Club game looks great, but there must be some sort of a hold-up.

To stay updated on the release date for the game and all the other news available, head here.