Best Boxing Gym in Las Vegas. We offer Kids boxing, Adult Classes and Private Training. We train athletes at all levels amateur to pros. Most of our members that come in our gym have never boxed before. If you are new to boxing we have loaner hand wraps and boxing gloves. www.cityathleticboxing.com Las Vegas boxing gym, Kids boxing, gloves
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Jessie Vargas Caleb Plant Michael Hunter Cody Crowley Jorge Linares Andrew Tabiti Rances Barthelemy
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Boxing’s consensus No. 1 pound-for-pound fighter, Mexican superstar and unified WBA/WBC/WBO Super Middleweight World Champion Canelo Álvarez will face undefeated IBF Super Middleweight World Champion Caleb “Sweethands” Plant in a historic showdown on Saturday, November 6, live on SHOWTIME PPV from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
One of the worlds best trainers Ismael Salas makes his move to City Boxing Ismael Salas is a Cuban trainer who has worked with world champions such as Danny Green, Yuriorkis Gamboa, Saen Sor Ploenchit, Yuandale Evans, and Kazuto Ioka.
Salas currently trains Beibut Shumenov, Jorge Linares, Nonito Donaire, Rances Barthelemy, Yuriorkis Gamboa, Tomoki Kameda, Sean Michael Ham and many more Champion Boxers
In 2002-2003 Salas was the Head Coach of the Thailand National Amateur
The championship boxer fights for his hometown. Jessie Vargas remembers his first good deed. “I was 5 years old,” he says. “We were in school and someone broke a clipboard and nobody knew who it was. The teacher said if no one was going to come forward and accept responsibility for the damage, no one was going to recess. And no one came forward for like five minutes. And I’m saying to myself, ‘Why is everyone being punished for one person?’ So I said it was me.” “It was t
Steven Carson figured his six-month detention sentence at Spring Mountain Youth Camp on Mount Charleston would go by quickly. Then, he could get back to doing what he liked to do: “run the streets.” He had no idea he was going to fall in love with boxing, or that the sport would morph into a gateway for a future he didn’t know he had. But now, more than a year after beginning his incarceration at Spring Mountain — a correctional facility for male youth between the ages of