Richard Davis – Head Boxing Coach
Introduced to boxing at the age of 3, by his father, retired professional boxer Don Davis. Don fought more than 40 fights in his professional career. After retirement he became a trainer at Miguel’s Gym, in Brixton, training professional boxers like Richard Williams, Errol Christie, Frank Bruno and Dennis Andries.
Richard took the sport seriously
in his teens and trained at Miguel’s Gym, however he had a short amateur career because he decided he wanted
to coach and as a result went on to Coach at Miguel’s Gym.
As Head Coach for Dwaynamics, he leads on the GB Awards non-contact boxing programme, for children aged 7 to 21 and also coaches women’s only and father and son sessions.
Richard also leads a Corporate boxing events programme.
Errol Christie – Boxing Coach
Boxing since the age of 8, Christie went on to become a school boy champion in 1977. Following that he also became NABC champion in 1979 and ABA champion in 1981 and in an 80 fight amateur career, he suffered only two losses.
Having sparred in the world
famous Kronk Gym in Detroit, he was believed to be worthy enough to wear the
coveted Kronk Gym golden shorts. Being
the only British boxer to win all 10 amateur titles has earned him a place in
The Guinness Book of Records.
Christie was the England boxing captain from 1980 to 1983.
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