Men’s Flyweight region (110-119 lbs.) Steven Navarro, YM 119 – One of my favorite fighters in the country, Navarro is the total package of discipline, skill, smarts, and dedication. Navarro is going to be tough for anyone to beat, and at the junior Pan-Am Games it took everything the Cuban
Fresh off his first national championship win, Steve Johnson, a decorated featherweight boxer from San Francisco, California, competing national Johnson was awarded a certificate of honor for his work in the community, mentoring and providing a good role-model to at-risk youth. Mayor London Breed gave an impassioned speech that congratulated
These are just my views and observations from the Junior Olympics in Lubbock, Texas, and by no means are they the end-all, be-all in terms of what occurred, but this is what stood-out to me, to help give further exposure to young-and-deserving fighters fighting in the USA Boxing system. Stand-Out
Damon “Pistol” Flores is turning heads as he picked up another national title at AIBA event in Mexico last weekend, as the Ceres, California native picked up gold in an event that was essentially Mexico versus the United States of America Flores showed off his boxing skills as the fighters
Per usual, this is my cheat sheet for who I am currently following, this is by no means a ranking or whatever you call it, it is simply fighters I am drawn to, and achieving great things in the amateurs, and my observation upon them. Below are the seven fighters
Steve Johnson, who trains out of Eddie Croft’s B St Boxing in San Mateo, is an exciting fighter, who despite picking the sport up just four years ago at the age of 14-years-old, is now looking to make a statement on the national scene, this coming year when tournaments begin.
14 year-old Steve “Stevie” Johnson III has only been boxing for a few years, but has made it count. Johnson, who now trains at B St. Boxing Gym in San Mateo, Ca under the tutelage of famed former fighter and trainer, Eddie Croft. Johnson is now trying to compete to
Today, July 23rd at Pacific Ring Sports in North Oakland, CA “Showdown in Oakland 16” took place with a solid turnout and a wealth of entertaining fights, below are the results Noe Perez (FightKore) defeated Francisco Sollai (South San Francisco) Tommy McElroy (Donaire Sr) defeated Brandon Jimenez (South San Francisco)