THE NEW FORTY Working the bag...
I love my punching bag and gloves. I have been known to say that boxing is my new favorite thing, but one of the students in our program, Patrick Wilson, tells me that it isn't really "boxing" unless ... Posted on 9/18/10 at 10:31 AM
Horton’s Gym and Grandma’s Sports Garden are teaming up to bring professional boxing back to Duluth. The Sports Garden, the home to Horton’s Golden Gloves boxing for over half a year now, will host the “Bridge Battle” pro boxing series, including the following events next week.
When debuting Icelandic heavyweight Skuli Armannsson stepped off of the plane in Minnesota on Monday morning, it signaled the beginning of fight week. Tonight, six Horton’s Gym fighters will prepare to do battle in Playing for Keeps at Wessman Arena beginning at 7 p.m.
Former WBA junior middleweight champion Carl “The Squirrel” Daniels of St. Louis will fight Duluth boxer Zach “Jungle Boy” Walters on Feb. 23 at Mortorelli Gym for the vacant WBC-African Boxing Union title, according to a news release Tuesday.
According to minnesotaboxing.com, Zach “Jungle Boy” Walters (21-2) of Duluth will face Marlon “Rumblin Man” Hayes (23-10) in the headliner for the “Jungle Rumble” in Superior on Feb. 23. Walters and Hayes will be fighting for the regional WBC title.
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