______Written By Emanuel Steward_______
From 2002 -2003, I was the US National Director of coaching for the US Amateur boxing program headquartered in
In 2002, a very wealthy west coast multi –millionaire became involved in the US Amateur boxing program. Over the course of the years, he invested millions of dollars, and was responsible for developing and organizing many nationally recognized business entities that became involved. He himself found it difficult and frustrating, as he was unable to work with the people who make decisions in changing the boxing program.
Since 2002, the Amateur boxing program has been through six executive directors. His intention was not only to revive the boxing program to its glory days of the 60’s 70’s and 80’s, but to make it a very popular program again. His main objectives are to improve our amateur boxers so they compete better on an international level, and become household names through regular televised broadcasts. This would ultimately help get the youth off the street, increase the financial compensation to the amateur boxers, and increase the popularity of the sport.
If we were measuring the amateur boxing program through network support and sponsors, we would not exist because there are none. In addition, the memberships are also declining and gyms are closing. As a result, this very successful business man and supporter walked away. There was complete dysfunction and lack of cooperation from the US Amateur boxing program.
Because US Amateur boxers often fail to participate in many International boxing events, our kids come into the Olympics with less experience. In many instances, there are hostile feelings from other countries, officials, and boxers. Unknown to other countries, our lack of participation is often due to lack of financial funding.
On top of that, our boxers deal with a selective, computerized scoring system that is usually “not favorable” toward American boxers.
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