One on One Training
World Crown Sports offers one on one boxing training & strength and conditioning programs. Our trainer Cicilio Flores is well known in the industry for getting boxers in the best possible shape. In fact nearly every one of the professional world crown athletes are well known for their stamina and endurance.
World Crown offers several different camps for boxers. We have camps for the elite and professional boxers, camps for different ages of kids and camps for up and coming amateur boxers. Regardless of your age, gender or experience, we have a spot for you. We are VERY busy so we recommend that you make and appointment by going to the contact page. Click on the “contact us” tab at the top.
Millionaire Boxing Club
This is exactly what it sounds like. We take the elite professionals from their industry where they are extremely successful at their jobs and train them, teach them how to box, teach them about the rougher things in life and turn them in to a champion of the mind, body and spirit to make them the best person they can be to go along with their success in business!
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Power-punching Argentinean Lucas Matthysse gave www.leave-it-in-the-ring.com an exclusive interview just days before his scheduled World Boxing Organization junior welterweight title eliminator against former World Boxing Council and International Boxing Federation world champion Devon Alexander (21-1-0, 13 KOs). The twelve-round battle for junior welterweight supremacy headlines a loaded HBO Boxing After Dark card this Saturday night that also features Tavoris Cloud (22-0-0, 18 KOs) defending his International Boxing Federation light heavyweight strap against Yusaf Mack (29-3-2, 17 KOs) and Cornelius Bundrage (30-4-0, 18 KOs) defending his International Boxing Federation middleweight title against Sechew Powell (26-2-0, 15 KOs).
Just one fight removed from suffering his first professional loss, Lucas Matthysse is mentally focused and prepared for anything Devon Alexander brings come fight night. Read more
Last year he won honors from the Boxing Writer’s Association of America as the fighter of the year (an award that many thought Manny Pacquiao would win), and knockout of the year by nailing Paul Williams to the canvas in devastating fashion in the second round of their rematch last November.
Martinez, 36, was introduced to boxing at the age of 20 by his uncle, Ruben, and had 41 amateur fights before turning pro.
At the age of 25, a doctor told him he would no longer be able to fight as a boxer because of the middle knuckle on his left hand that he had broken. He proved the doctor wrong and continued to box for four years with a broken hand. Martinez has since stated that he continued fighting because he was very poor and wanted to continue making a living as a boxer.