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Boxing Fight the first world champion by a black founded, he will be boxing, karate, taekwondo and some dance moves mixed together, requires practitioners with the music punching, kicking. Boxing requires the perfect combination of speed and strength, can consume a large amount of heat, do an hour of boxing can consume 600 calories, strengthen the lower back and abdominal muscle strength, continued to allow practitioners to practice for three months with good endurance.
Columbus ReCreation AND Parks 2010 BOXING HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES JOHN JOHNSON John has been coaching amateur boxing since 1966. He’s coached professional boxing since 1976. He has coached in 6 world championship fights. John most notably coached James “Buster” Douglas in his upset victory over Mike Tyson to gain the heavy weight championship of the world. In addition to coaching boxing John also coached The Ohio State football team under coach Woody Hayes including 3 Rose Bowl games. NATE TERRY Nate entered the boxing world in 1975 as an assistant coach. In 1976 he began training to be an official. He officiated his 1st Ohio State Fair boxing tournament in 1977 and is still doing it today, taking vacation every year to work the fair. In the late ‘80’s Nate began officiating professional boxing, including fights on Showtime, ESPN and HBO with boxers such as Simon Brown, Hector Camacho, and Tommy Johnson. Nate has been the Columbus Boxing Chief of Officials for over 15 years. Through all this, he has earned the respect of the boxing community. MIKE JOHNSON Mike started boxing in 1971. He was the National Golden Glove Semi-Finalist and AAU Semi-finalist in 1971. Mike graduated from Linden-McKinley in 1972 and entered the Navy. He spent four years in the Navy where he continued to box. He was All Navy Champion (73-75). He also was Inner Service Champion (73-75). In 1975 he was Golden Gloves Runner-up. In 1990 he was hired on by C.R.P.D. to be Blackburn’s boxing coach. Mike has coached over 200 kids. His boxers have won 2 National Golden Gloves, 5 Women's National Titles, 7 Silver Gloves, and 5 Ohio State Boxing Tournaments. In 2009 Mike was asked to coach the National Jr. Olympic team. Mike’s vision is to share his experience in boxing as long as possible to help our youth grow both mentally and physically. HONORED GUESTS James “Buster” Douglas ………..Former Heavy Weight Champion Kevin Boyce ………..Ohio Treasurer of State Alan D. McKnight………..Director Columbus Recreation & Parks Patty Harris ………..Asst. Director Columbus Recreation & Parks BOXING HALL OF FAME CoLUMBUs RECREATIoN AND PARKs BoXING HALL OF FAME Wilbur LonG JaCkie Cummerlander Charlie hodGe Walter E. HiCkman Joel k. sCott Joe Benson GeorGe Harrison Ed Williams NiCk turner Donnie Wade Harvey Wilson Forest WinChester John “j.t.” neal Elsie Cummerlander Tony johnson Arnold Penn Roy loupe Manny Galloway sammy patton Billy “D” DouGlas, sr. James hunniCutt Vonzell Johnson James tuff Hilmer Kenty MauriCe donovan RiChard Rozell Harmon l. james VirGil MCClendon Benton “Benny” dallas Charles “ChuCk” GreGory Roy eCtor James “Buster” DouGlas Emanuel frazier MiChael Clark Tommy EnGlish Tiffany LoGan Adam ellison Jose spearman Jerry PaGe GiGi JaCkson Raymond Hart Lee Williams Brady White Location: Beatty Recreation Center 247 North Ohio Ave. Columbus Ohio 43203 (614) 645-3218
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