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Public’s uncensored remarks about Hector Gil tragedy

Just after 9 p.m. on Wednesday, April 7th, the beloved boxing trainer Hector Gil was shot twice in the back after finishing with the training of two young boxers at the Pacific Coast Boxing Gym at 1304 North Santa Fe Avenue in Vista, Ca. The following day, a former volunteer, who had a restraining order placed against him to stay […]

Latest developments in tragic death of boxing trainer Hector Gil

This afternoon at the same location where Hector Gil’s life was snuffed out, his dearest friends, acquaintences and relatives met to celebrate his life; each feeling an overwhelming need to cry out: “Don’t let this man’s life go unrecognized for he did a great many wonderful things for our community.”

Another classic Chris Martin victory in the 2010 Coors Light Boxing Series

Once again the Four Points by Sheraton, San Diego crowd was treated to an amazing performance by Christopher “The San Diego Kid” Martin as he successfully defended his California Super Bantamweight Title against Mexicali’s Ruben “Finito” Lopez. Lopez managed to hang in there for the first three rounds but the tide soon changed as they […]

Weigh-ins for Thursday night’s fights

Thursday, Chris “SD Kid” Martin (16-0) will be defending his CA State Bantamweight title. Photo: Jim Wyatt Today was the day of the official weigh-ins for the Bobby D Presents and Jorge Marron Productions, 2010 Coors Light Boxing Series fight card to be held Thursday night, April 8th, at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in […]

After 17 years, Hopkins avenges loss to Jones

When they asked Hopkins and Jones to pose face to face they never dreamt they’d go this far. AP Photo/Isaac Brekken Bernard “the Executioner” Hopkins (51-5-1, 32 KOs) finally avenged his May 22, 1993 loss to longtime rival Roy Jones Jr. (54-7, 40 KOs) by winning a unanimous decision, Saturday night at the Mandalay Bay […]

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