Bobby Gunn Jr. will lace up his gloves once again; on Saturday, August 9th, 2014 at North all Eastern Market in Washington D.C.. This will be his first six round fight and his opponent will be announced shortly. Let’s talk to Bobby Gunn Jr.. Don’t forget to read part one of this interview.
The gym I train at, Untouchables Boxing in Monticello, New York, sees many types of members come through the gym door. Loud, quiet, male, female, old and young. Sometimes very young as is the case with the kids who participate in Coach Jose Toledo’s toddler class (though some older kids participate as well). He not only works them on the basics of boxing using pad work and punching bags, he puts them through core & strength work as well, just like the adults. Continue to get the hours and address to Untouchables Boxing and to view a short video of one of the toddlers’ boxing classes.
Bobby Gunn Jr. (4-0) 4 KO’s is an eighteen year old, up and coming welterweight. His undefeated record is impressive; noted, that all of his victories came by first round knockouts. As the son of former cruiser-weight champion, Bobby Gunn, it’s been an extensive teaching experience for the young Gunn. Bobby Jr. is very humble, respectful, and honest. He has a genuine love for the sport, and also natural talent which will help him on his journey towards a world title. Bobby Jr. has the drive, dedication, and discipline to be a dangerous competitor in the welterweight division.
Nick “King Beaman” Givhan ( 11-0) is a junior welterweight prospect, on the move. He is from Kalamazoo,Michigan. Nick is the current WMBA Junior welterweight champ. With his last fight being rescheduled, Nick headed right back to the gym to fine tune his boxing skills in anticipation for his next bout. Nick has a great sense of humor and loves to laugh, but when it comes to training and fight night he is all business. Now it’s time to show his opponent as well as his fans what he can do.
The decision was not what I had wanted for two years.