Reggie was actually the first person to offer his services and has also been very helpful in the organization of this event. Stay Up To Date Sign up to get interesting news and updates delivered to your inbox. Reggie then shared a few sayings which he stated his coach James Carter taught and consistently drilled into him during his years with Carter. Progressive Amateur Boxing Association Incorporatd Unclaimed This business has not yet been claimed by the owner or a representative. Carter also lead by example, remaining humble and open minded, never criticizing other coaches, and even allowing other coaches to work alongside and with him in running the boxing program at The Salvation Army Boxing Club. Click the Privacy tab in the new window that just appeared.
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Directions to San Antonio Market. Eddie "Wolverine" Cummings Seminar ! Saturday, November 10th Larry Dixon, 20, San Diego, Calif. His many accomplishments include: Great half time entertainment. We will only be featuring professional sparring, Coaches who sent rosters for amateur teams, thank you for your interest you are all still invited to come enjoy the entertainment.
Avery Givson, Hoover, Ala. Travis Conley — Draw — Reynaldo Trujillo, over 4 rounds 4. In he retired from coaching, and moved from Houston to San Antonio, where he still serves as an Official and judge. The first three to offer their help in supporting this event are well known boxers from our area. The seven bouts on the card featured boxers largely from the Galveston, and Houston areas, affording them the opportunity to develop and showcase their skills at home, before moving on to bouts out of state and around the world. Kenny retired from boxing for health reasons in , but his impact can still be felt in the Houston boxing scene with a host of his former fighters and students now operating gyms of their own.