The Joe Gallagher Boxing Column
Joe Gallagher became an amateur coach at the age of 25 in 1993. During his time he coached at Moss Side ABC (where he trained the amateurs whilst tutor Phil Martin had a successful pro camp), Benchill ABC, Nicholls Police ABC and Shannons ABC. As an amateur coach some of Gallagher has coached a National Champion in all National Amateur Competitions incl Schoolboy, Junior ABA, NABC, Novice and Senior ABA titles his notable achievements are getting Levi Tute to a Schoolboy title in his first season and England Honours, Scott Mann NABC, John Murray to a schoolboy after only 7 fights, Owen Trainer getting to two ABA finals at different weights, Joe Murray winning a Bronze medal in the World championships in 2007 and representing Team GB at the 2008 Olympics, back to back ABA title’s with Steve Foster Jr in 2000 and 2001 as well as reaching the quarter finals at the World championships. Hosea Burton 2009 ABA Middleweight Champion. Gallagher turned pro in 2001 after Foster had won the 2nd ABA title and finished a quarter finalist at the World in 2001 he then turned pro. read more
Joe Gallagher’s Boxing Review Of 2010

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