This one is for the true boxing fans out there, who can guess the man on the right? Hint: He had one of the greatest chins and was also an innovator of the sport of boxing, along with Ali. If you got it right then, level up and name a fact about him #Boxing#MuhammadAli
The first meet up for my fitness brunch club is next week! 😭💜 it’s come so soon! Ladies grab your tickets if you haven’t already! There are a few spaces left, we are boxing at @kobox and brunching at @grind! Ticket includes your class, boxing wraps, your brunch meal + more! Thank you to everyone that’s got a ticket so far💜 if you haven’t you still have 8 days to go 👀 link is in my bio 😛 let’s get it!! 🥊
Breaking news - Dr. Ferdie Pacheco, known as “The Fight Doctor” for his role as Muhammad Ali’s ringside physician, died in his sleep Thursday morning at his Miami home, his daughter Tina Louise Pacheco has said.
Pacheco, who was the lone surviving member of Ali’s training team and who would go on to a career as author, painter and Emmy-winning boxing analyst for NBC, was 89.
Born to a Spanish-Cuban immigrant family in Ybor City in Tampa, Pacheco died in the Baypoint neighborhood of Miami that he had lived in since the 1950s. “That’s a long time. And he stayed in Florida even when he worked with NBC. They wanted him in New York but he didn’t want to leave,” his daughter said.
The Fight Doctor was so proud of his adopted Miami home he once said of Ali: “Cassius Clay was born in Louisville. Muhammad Ali was born in Miami.” Feel free to leave your respects to him in the comments below 👇 Rest in Peace champ. #FerdiePacheco#MuhammadAli
Excited to be a founding member @cubpbc Melbourne- Industry Insider will contribute to the success of this venture and ensure our clients and members have positive things to say! @danielhakim22 looking forward to a great journey!