Kasir “Mazzi” Goldston | Knuckle Up with Mike Orr | Talkin Fight
EPISODE: Episode 51
Kasir “Mazzi” Goldston has signed with Top Rank, just days after signing with manager J. Prince. Goldston’s father and coach, Tyshaun Goldston, described the promoter and manager tandem as the biggest in the game.
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Hello boxing fans around the world welcome to another exciting edition of talking fight with mike orr.
At four on this knuckle up, we have a special guest joining us uh, so it won’t be just uh mike and myself going toe to toe, as we normally do.
It’Ll be actually mike going toe-to-toe with a real box as opposed to a couch potato.
Like me, all right mike who do you got lined up mike? Oh fight fans knuckle up fans, i told you we get them in here.
I told you we get them in here and i did none other than kazzy.
Oh sorry, casir, mazzy, goldston, that’s right! We got him in here.
Amateur wins! Okay.
How are you doing great great? Yes, man, awesome awesome.
Thank you for uh.
Getting back to me, man and and give me a shout out and uh coming on the show to do this wonderful interview.
Thank you for taking this wonderful time, um yeah man.
We we want to know we want to know the story about you.
We’Ve heard lots about you, man highly decorated, amateur fighter, just signed a top rank.
You got jay prince managing you.
You know, big things are happening in your world right now, uh, so you know our fight fans want to know.
Uh want to know your history, so you know like what what ages you started boxing at.
I started boxing at the age of eight um.
Funny story like i was playing football at the time and you know i was a football player.
I was riding past the boxing gym and my dad stopped stopped by at the gym, and you know i was just in the car and i just kept looking at it.
I said that was that he’s.
Like that’s boxing and i’m like i said, i want a box, he said you sure i say yeah.
I want a box and the next day i went in and i fell in love with the sport ever since awesome, that’s awesome, um.
So what are some of your influence that made you get into the ring and want to start competing after starting the box at eight um? Some of the influences was like i’m, a third generation boxer, so my grandfather box and my father box um.
You know some of the influence was just watching them in a gym, as as they were still doing it when i was young so watching them in the gym.
That influenced me a lot on that that one that’s what i wanted to do so excellent.
I said what the what uh team or gym are you part of right now? Who do you find out of like currently i’m boxing out of albany new york um out with team hitters um trained by my father and co-trained by jerick jones? Excellent excellent got a lot of people in the corner, then good um, yo, honestly, let’s uh, let’s, let’s describe top rank so you got signed the top rank recently, yeah um, you know you’ve got two fights under your belt.
Now you got uh.
You know your 2-0 with uh one knockout vicious vicious knockout.
Might i add, definitely guys if you’re watching this video right now don’t worry.
We got the clip, we’re going to load it up for you, so you guys can see it eventually.
Um describe describe that phone.
Call that you got when you when, when you, when you heard the top rank, wanted to sign you and and also when jay prince, gave you that phone call man to to say that you know he wanted to represent you honestly when, like i know, i had A great amateur career and when i wanted to switch over, my dad told me like, if we’re gon na switch over we’re gon na, do it right, so i’m gon na try to get you the best manager and the best promotional company, and it happened.
So when i got the call jay prince called this up and really i i didn’t believe it, my dad said: jay wants you to come out to houston and talk to you and i was like jay prince, like jay, prince j prince and he was like yeah Jay prince and i was like man, i can’t pass stuff this is it like, i’m definitely going out here and he he liked me and it been history ever since, and then he got me with the best.
He got me with the best promotional company top ranked and i’m here now what was it like? Debuting in the bubble, because you debuted in the bubble correct yeah they’ve been in the bubble? Um, honestly, it’s it’s definitely different! Uh! I like performing in front of crowds because you know i’m a showsman, so i like i like, showing like honestly, i like shawn oil.
Sometimes so you know just just debuting in the bubble was more like it’s more like.
I want to say not sparring because you still millions of people is watching, so i mean i want to say it’s like sparring, but i would say it’s similar to like that.
So, of course, i’m gon na perform just cause.
People are watching, but i think it was no.
It was no problem debuting in the bubba.
I should actually like debut in the bubble, and i can’t wait.
Till fans could like actually watch me in person.
What was it like lit so like when you’re in the bubbles, so you’re living in the bubble, you’re staying in the bubble? What what was like the whole lifestyle like like did you have to? Were you like, subjected to stay in a room, um, yeah, uh? So being in a bubble, we we checked in, i think wednesday and um we got tested every day.
Uh we got to come out when it’s time to eat breakfast when it’s time to uh eat lunch, eat dinner.
You get like a suggesting time to work out and just doing that.
So, knowing that we just came into the bubble on weight not having to cut – and you know just relaxing all them days, you know we just went over some fight plans and honestly i liked the bubble.
So i i couldn’t say nothing really.
You know i chilled in my room.
A lot went over the game plan watched my opponent a lot and it was good, i think, the first fight it was more jitterers fighting in the bubble fighting in front of fans, because you know my first fight.
I was turned over to the pros.
You know smaller gloves, just no headgear, so maybe i was just a little a lot nervous.
The first fight, then the second fight going into the second fight.
I’M be honest, i didn’t have no like no jitters.
No none of that, so i think i think fighting the bubble was good for me.
That’S you know.
Definitely you had no jitters in that second match.
That’S really sure.
I’M telling you your opponent, another jitter.
So after you took that shot man but uh yeah.
So so, obviously, first fight you had you had lots of jitters um.
What about your first fight as an amateur? How did you feel uh? The first time you stepped in the ring to compete in the amateur level um, my first fight was uh.
Fortunately, it was in it was in open new york, so i flew in front of a hometown crowd full with my family.
There – and i looked great – i know i dropped the kid two times gave him two eight counts.
I was on the verge of stopping him, but i didn’t stop him, but i got the win.
So you know that first fight that that’s what made me fall in love with boxing, because i see my abilities in in the first fight and now look where i’m at at what age was your first amateur fight? Eight? Actually, i got my first fight in my first year, boxing yeah wow wow.
So so that’s that’s! How you compiled a 200 plus win couch for your career right fight fans.
We all want to know everybody watching wants to know how, how how is it mentally? You know and and how oh man, it’s just so hard to explain how how do you go through that many fights in in such a short amount of time as an amateur like to compile 200 wins over over a period of your amateur career? That’S that’s incredible! Man like it’s, going to take a lot of dedication, a lot of sacrifice and a lot of mental toughness to be able to do that.
Explain how you were able to do that.
Um training um.
We fought ms every weekend, if not every week and every other weekend we fought overseas.
If we couldn’t get fights out here at tournaments.
If we had, let’s say we had a a bracket that we knew he was gon na win.
My dad was the type to like he wanted.
He wanted me in every competition i could be in so he wouldn’t want me to go into them.
Like my dad was, is a is like the dad.
That’S like and a coach he’s like.
I don’t want you to, i don’t want yeah walk over ones are cool, but man, that’s not a championship.
If you got ta fight for it, so we’ll go overseas and instead of me fighting one time in the usa, i could fight five to six times overseas and get a gold medal out there and that’s more like that’s more bigger, so us fight every other weekend.
In the usa’s – and you know internationally it just it just opened me up to 200 wins wow awesome, awesome record, compiled um dream fight today, if you can fight anybody, who would you who would your dream fight be today i mean, if dream fight today um.
I will i would love to fight even no, i know he’s he’s passed now, but sweet pea.
I would love to fight sweet pea, sweet pea like his head movement, like man, one of the best one of the best, and i think i think the best when it comes down to like his defense and his head movement, man for emma floyd but sweet pea.
Guy, like another side that you can’t see like sweet pea, had the ability to be like he didn’t have to get hit if he didn’t want to.
So how did you manage your athletic and academic responsibilities while you were doing the amateur um i i managed that with being able to know how to have a switch um, my dad always told me how to switch with boxing and and regular life, so knowing how To flip that switch on and off when it came to academics, it comes down to what you got to do, how you got to do it.
What time you got to do it, we always was on top of school work.
We was always on top of things.
We was always on top of things that tournaments um, even even if we were gone for a long time when we was out with the usa team, it was we’ll get we’ll get cut out, pull it out of school and be homeschooled and do online classes.
We were always on top of school excellent, excellent, you’re fun your father’s very strict day when it comes to that stuff, which is good, which is which is good, which is good because you know look at you now.
Look where you’re at right.
You know all that perseverance has paid off uh.
Do you have any other hobbies outside of this uh outside of boxing um? I mean i used to play football.
I was a great football player.
You know i.
Unfortunately, i stopped my sophomore year because you know i just wanted to pursue boxing more.
You know i loved both of the sports the same around that time, but i was taking.
Moreover, in boxing in the football i was, i was one of the best athletes around the world me and when it came to football, but i just boxing i just was going to another.
I was going overseas.
I was on team usa.
I was number one in the usa.
I it was just like it’s time to just choose one and when my dad told me that you know a little, it hurt me a little bit.
But knowing where me choosing one and where i’m at now then i’ll choose that that one every day excellent excellent um we’re um.
So what do you have any short-term goals? Where do you see yourself in the next few months? Maybe the next year or two uh short-term goals, um, you know just probably short-term goals, probably getting.
I want to fight well well, we i took to my manager and we want to fight at least four to five times this year.
So, just getting my fights up this year, you know establishing a more of a name for myself and yeah in the dream: welterweight division.
So what uh? What would you like to be remembered for in this sport in your career, like when you’re all done, and you hang up the gloves and you have no more no more left to prove to anybody? What what do you want to be remembered for? I want to be remembered as one of the youngest world champions, like that’s one of my goals like and i’m like i’m gon na make that happen like i’m, i’m working to be like one of the youngest world champions in the game, and i i think i Could do it, and i also want to be remembered, as like me me, having the ability not to be able to get hit so like.
I want people to remember me for my defense and me being like at times like.
I want to be known as, like.
You can’t hit this guy if you really wanted to right right, um what uh? What does your daily nutrition plan uh? Look like when you’re getting ready for a fight.
I mean i mean.
Oh, you know i just turned fresh 18, so you know um, you just eat it all at mcdonald’s and everything during camp during camp.
You know we toned down on the fast foods.
You know, i don’t i don’t drink soda.
I don’t eat nothing like that um, but you know i have fast food.
A lot i mean, like floyd said i eat burgers, i eat fries.
You know i eat chicken nuggets um.
I wouldn’t really say it’s a meal plan until it comes around fight camp.
You know we tone it down with the eating.
You know maybe a lot of healthy stuff fruits.
I mean i hate salads, but i eat a fruit salad any day.
So so you pretty much what you pretty much walk around your fight weight.
All the time right.
I wouldn’t say that no, but i mean i mean i maintain good weight.
So yeah, that’s good! That’S good um! What is it, what does a daily routine? Look like when you’re, when you’re in camp, like um, you know, start to finish daily routine.
When i’m in camp.
You know we get up and run uh.
We got boxing practice before 12.
um and then we have strength conditioning at six and that’s an everyday thing.
Oh wow and that’s like seven days a week right right right six days a week, that’s awesome: um uh describe your worst, your worst performance and what you did to learn from that experience.
Um, i really wouldn’t say a worse performance.
You know, i think i think some people just have bad days in the gym so um we my dad, never quoted a bad performance.
It’S just a bad day in office, so i mean every boxer has a bad day in the office.
So i would say you know some of the days in the gym when you’re not feeling it when you’re a little down and you’re working out, but that’s the days that make you so definitely, i would say, probably fight wise.
I honestly don’t know but gym wise.
It was a lot of those days, but it that that’s what’s making me into what i am today so uh yeah.
It definitely has um what what do you think separates you from every other fighter in your weight class right now, uh.
What separates separates me from any other fight in my weight class.
I think the ability to like hit and not get hit like where or my dad is a big guy on defense like being in this game a long time and being in this game a long time and leaving your mark for a long time.
So my dad, we mainly mainly like we focus on a lot of defense, a lot of head movement, a lot of like showing showing guys different things um.
You know just showing angles that guys don’t see a lot and the guys can’t hit me off those angles.
You know we work a lot off the jab.
You know i just think my ability is like i have the ability like.
If i don’t want to get hit, i won’t get hit so, okay, um honestly, what what did it feel like uh with that? First, with that, first knockout that that first knockout you got in that second fight, where you just where you dropped and what what what was going through your mind after that that that vision, listen, i i know i got a lot of tkos and and amateurs, but It wasn’t nothing like like how i i put him down so when i knocked him out.
I went back to the corner.
I was like y’all just i just got like a knockout like that.
First knockout i was like wow like okay.
I know what i’m working with now, so you know just just keep my head on straight, but knowing i could do that so excellent um.
Do you have a do? You have a next fight scheduled already coming up like do you know what uh yeah yeah it’s in may, but we took two.
The date is to be determined, but it’s definitely a match.
It’S definitely in may.
Oh that’s great.
I can’t wait to see you guys get uh get another fancy knockout there.
I would like to see another one of those um.
What do you? What do you? What do you see yourself accomplishing in the next 10 years? Uh? I think a multi-division world champion definitely um.
Personally, i want to i’m i’m young in the game, so you know i don’t want to be in this game until, like i’m, 35 36.
I want to get out this game around 32 30.
So i want to leave my mark.
I want to be in here, for you know a great time, but leave my mark for a long time.
You know no not taking a necessary unnecessary punishment.
Um, you know winning fights convincingly um and just and getting belts.
You know and creating the legacy right.
Do you, okay, uh? What do you believe to be one of your weaknesses? If any and what are you doing to improve on it? Um, i think every boxer got a weakness.
Every boxer got something to fix, but i think um.
I want to say that, because my opponent probably would be watching this, you know i definitely got a lot.
I would definitely have weaknesses and we definitely are working on to fix them every day in the gym and and it’s more than every day in this gym, it’s even at home, sometimes too, so we’re definitely working on the weaknesses i have in my game and trying To make them stronger right right, um, i noticed that you, you were part of team usa right yeah.
It was like two years to team usa uh, you were part of team usa when you were ranked number one in the country.
I believe yeah.
I’Ve been ranked number one since i was 11.
holy crow wow wow, that’s uh! That’S that’s an incredible incredible.
I guess feat of freaking out there um describe some of your major highlights and achievements from from your amateur career.
That’S highlights of that career.
I won uh consecutive junior olympic national titles um.
I won two usa national titles, i’m actually a 13-time national champion.
So i won six medals overseas, three golds three silvers um.
I won best.
Actually, my, i think my greatest accomplishment, which other people would say no but is winning the best boxer at the junior nations cup overseas.
So i i think that was like the best thing for me and that that when that was like against teams as in kazakhstan and um russia, all of that is there an athlete that you look up to as a role model.
That’S fighting today, um athlete.
I look up to is probably shakur and uh.
My favorite fighter is demetrius, andre booboo and then my second favorite, my second favorite is uh shakur stevenson, um, probably probably should core and booboo definitely would you would you say that your style is similar to theirs or um? I would say my style more like a aerospace, shakur, boo, boo, sweet pea, so definitely all of those combined, and i think i can switch it up.
Sometimes too i could i could.
I could walk someone down too if i have to definitely um where where’s the name nickname mazzy.
Where did it come from uh mozzie came from, i was playing football and my coach was like.
I was super fast on the field and my f and my coach was like man, i’m gon na name, you mozzie, and he just he named me: mozzie, okay, okay, he said he said he said: i’m gon na name, you mozzie, because you you fast, like a Maserati that converted that converted to boxing too, because my hands was fast yeah, definitely definitely they are fast.
They definitely are fast.
Um yeah man um, do you have any do you have any interesting stories you’d like to tell us from uh anything any any crazy, interesting story from the bubble that happened um the bubble uh, because you know that bubble life had to be fun.
It had to be fun.
Look at that.
I think i think the bug life is definitely not fun but uh, i would say i would say.
Probably i don’t i don’t.
I don’t know i i think the greatest experience in the boat was just fighting honestly.
You know: okay, okay, that’s wicked! I’M yo! I’M excited to see you fight again.
Man, honestly, i’ve watched i’ve watched your both fights man, you’re, very talented fighter.
I know we’re going to see a lot of you in the future, especially with having the team, like you have with you.
Man, like you, got top ranked behind you got jay prince.
You know you, you couldn’t ask for anything more as, as you know, a newly signed um, you know professional fighter, you know um, you just you just must be like on top of the world.
At this point, are you are you still like? Is it has it sunk in yet, or are you still kind of like not really taking it all in like uh? Not not really, you know.
Oh, we have a little technical difficulty there.
I can’t hear you now.
No, no, no, we lost audio there for a second hold on fans that are watching around the world.
We just got a little technical difficulty, though maybe we can get our producer to step in and give us a hand.
Sorry, five fans we’re just having a little bit of technical difficulty, we’ll get mozzie back as soon as we can definitely guys.
You must watch this guy.
You guys got to get behind him.
Just like always: oh dude, we got him back.
I can’t no, no sound.
We lost sound, we lost all the sound.
Our producers are working hard to get the sound back guys.
Unfortunately, sorry we don’t know what’s happening, just technical difficulties like i’m saying, cassier, mazzy, goldstein, 200 amateur wins.
You know ranked number one from the time he was 11.
You guys pro debut 2-0 one vicious knockout.
There we go.
I think we got some sound back, though yeah definitely my best time.
No, it’s all it’s all good.
It happens, the lowest connection um, so um sparring.
What’S um like how often do you spar like outside of a camp like, do you think you know my dad my dad big on not taking a lot of punishment, we sparred probably two to three times a week: um, probably eight, six, nine eight six ten rounds In camp we spot around 12 rounds and that’s probably around four times a week so and and um like how, when you go to the gym, not outside like outside of camp when you’re in the gym, is it like a daily couple times a day kind of Thing do you split up your training yeah? We definitely split up our split up our training um, like i said we work out in camp.
We work out, we run and we’ll do our run.
Then we’ll do our boxing workout, not too long after that, and then we’ll do our strength and conditioning at night awesome.
Man um, definitely uh wow! I i don’t even know what what where we should go to next at this point, um tell me an amazing story into the amateur career.
Um, probably i know you know you got lots.
I know you got lots.
I think i think personally, the junior nation cup, you know um.
Unfortunately, i took silver there, but you know, and i took silver this crazy thing is.
I took silver, but i got the best box of the tournament, so i think i think i i did my thing there um.
I think that was probably the best tournament.
The fans out in serbia were like they.
They were big fans of what team, usa and i went out there and showed my talents um, probably fighting kazakhstan.
That’S probably like my highlight of my career, like that’s what i think that fight made me better like in general, like it, was a learning experience, and it also was more like like okay.
This is what i belong in, because i, at that time i still was playing football, but, like me, being in a ring with a kid like that, and we both were like great and actually me being in ring with like that.
It was great.
I think my when i was actually a junior in us in usa, boxing um.
I was like hi like highly touted over in an international scene, because i went to a lot of international tournaments.
I was winning them.
I was taking silver here and there, but i i really didn’t like lose a lot overseas when it came to that you know.
Sometimes we would get nothing the head shake we want, but you know sometimes over there.
It was it was.
You know they wanted this.
They didn’t want to see us win, so you know sometimes well get the head shake too and and look at us now.
So you know, i think that over international experience, like grew me for the pros right right, um was there.
Has there ever been a time where um you’ve been hurt early in a fight and you’ve had to uh? Really, you know kind of control, control it and and and come back to.
You know, persevere over being hurt and taking the win.
Personally, i have not been hurt in the fight um, my dad’s too big on defense for me here, but if that ever do happen, um i will be prepared to know what to do in that situation, so yeah.
So so your doubt, your dad’s training you to just pretty much put up with whatever gets thrown at you yeah.
What uh? What would you do? What would you do to when you, when you face a fighter that would be faster than you? How would you, how would you come above above and beyond and take out an opponent that would be faster than you, even though you are a fast boxer yourself? You never know you might end up finding somebody that is fascinating, um find a faster opponent.
You know you got to give a lot of faints.
Um off angle, have head movements, you know not being in the same spot with them, it’s not not being able to for him to time you.
So you double in your trip on your job up you giving him faints you going off to side side angles that he’s just not used to.
Is it the same way when you’re fighting uh fighting somebody, an opponent like who has a lot of reach on you? As well yeah, definitely when you fight somebody along the reach, like mcclammy our game playing with him, he was a super.
He had a 70 reach, that’s crazy for welterweight like that is insane, so he had a 78 reach.
We knew he was going to be long and tall and he was only an inch towards me, but his arms.
He had like at least six inches on what with me on arms and we knew he was gon na be tall.
So we all can’t.
We worked on doubling the jab slipping over to the side, throwing that five to the body it landed here and there, but also we also worked on doing the jab shifting into the inside and throwing that that left uppercut and that’s the ones that put them out.
Yes, it is yes, it is that that’s a it was a great shot, uh.
What’S your? What what’s your? What’S your favorite punch? What what do you? What do you love um in amateurs? It was my hook, but i think right now, it’s probably my jab like i can land my i might, even though my dad said i got ta use it more.
I definitely understand that, but i think my jab, i think i got a great jab.
So, okay, okay, um yeah, so you’re fighting again in may uh date, not determined.
Do you know who you’re fighting? Do you know that was not done? Oh wow, so you’re just going into a blind yeah, don’t even care just get in there.
You’Re gon na just you’re we work for anything.
We got every style in the gym.
We got a lot of counter punches, a lot of guys.
We bring it to you a lot of guys who can’t even box too.
So we got we ready for anything.
That’S gon na come our way, awesome guys out there watching.
You know, make sure you tune in and see this guy man fight.
Trust me he’s exciting to watch.
He drops people with.
You know these dirty fists.
Man he’s got lots of power behind his hands.
You know it’s it’s mazzy goldston, i i we want to get this clip up.
I think we’re gon na get we’re gon na try and get our producer to put this clip up man.
This is uh your last fight, knockout um producer.
Let’S get this clip up.
We got ta show everybody around the world right now, man we got all the people watching definitely want to see this clip just knock out um, let’s see if we can get him to bring it up here.
Oh man come on come on eight 9.
You saw that you saw that this is yo honestly, this knockout man this.
This is what made me just need to talk to you, man, we needed to see you there’s our great performance, um yeah man explain, explain that just like that, right after that, knocking you just you felt like the king of the world right, yeah um.
You know that fight.
Actually you know i was planning on like i went to that camp and i told my dad you know i look good boxing, the first fight.
I show my skills i want to show people like.
I got the power too so going into that fight.
We worked on because my first fight you know coming from the amateurs we had it.
We got to get used to the pros, so we the first play.
You know i just outboxed the guy and you know, said camp.
We went in trying to turn my punches over and we worked on that camp.
Turning my punches over, you know letting guys feel my power punching off the angles and all that.
So i think when going into that fight, i told my dad i i want to.
I want to knock this guy out and he said: listen we’re going to work on it and we’re going to we’re going to work on everything you could for you to do to knock him out and we did it so going into that fight.
I knew that i was gon na.
I wanted to like knock him out and i wasn’t don’t get me wrong.
I wasn’t looking for it, but i just know, like my ability and my ability was, i could have knocked him out and i did yo.
That’S you fight fans around the world watching you heard it here, man right here, casiramazi goldstein, coming up with that wonderful knockout, guys we’re going to follow this man for the rest of his career.
That’S for sure! Definitely i know you got a long career coming uh.
You know you’re very young in this game and you just celebrated your 18th birthday, correct, yeah, happy belated birthday by the way.
Thank you thank you.
Yeah man and um.
Yes, definitely um we’re getting to the time where it’s coming to the end of the interview.
Thank you again for coming on.
Definitely um we’ll have you on in the future, if, if you’re not too busy, sometimes man we’d love to talk to you after your next fight, if you’re around um, you know fight fans.
Thank you definitely again.
What a great show great performance guys make sure you check out this guy.
You want to stay with him.
You want to watch this guy man he’s one of top ranks new addition, one of the top prospects you’re going to hear big things from him.
Man he’s got jay prince behind him.
He’S got the top ranked team.
You know you’re the sky’s the limit for you right now, because here and uh you know we’re definitely going to be backing.
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