* Roberto Benitez U.S.A. National Champion salute to Dundee’s Boxing & Fitness
A Dominican native, Roberto Benitez was born on July 30, 1980 and raised on the Lower East Side. He started studying boxing at age 10. In his early career he was a four-time United States Amateur champion, winning at Flyweight (1999, 2000, 2001) and Bantamweight (2004). Benitez also won two National Golden Gloves titles at Flyweight. He was a member of the U.S. Olympic Education Center Boxing Scholarship Program and attended Northern Michigan University, earning a degree in Business. Benitez became a member of the 2004 Olympic boxing team, and made his professional debut in 2005 claiming a victory on ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights.”
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* The Punch Professor U.S.A: Paul D’Antuono
Paul worked in a Gym years ago with another Dundee:
Angelo Dundee! years ago on Miami South Beach, Chris and Angelo had a fighter named Muhammad Ali ! ! !
Paul has spent more than 40 years in Boxing gyms around the U.S.A. and have studied the art of punching. The speed bag is just one of the tools that he uses to improve the punching technique of all that study with him. Paul hopes that you will notice the value of the speed bag when practicing the art of Pugilism and in order to hit the bag efficiently a practitioner must be completely accurate. The speed bag will absolutely sharpen your infighting game as well as your eyes and hands helping you obtain accuracy, speed and power. Bottom line the speed bag is an excellent tool for anyone wanting to improve their Boxing !
Professor Paul occasionally giving punching lessons to world Champions:
- Elio Rojas, W.B.C Feather Weight Champion of the World
- Roberto Benitez, U.S.A Olympian and Undefeated Pro
- Guilermo Jones, W.B.A Crusierweight Champion of World