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Old 11-17-2012, 10:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Box"K"ing View Post
His my boxing coach and his a great guy and an amazing teacher/sparring partner as well as a big fan of Hector Camacho and Tommy hearns himself.

That being said, He doesnt really go in to detail about his own career. I am kind of curios to know how he was perceived during his active days and how do view tony pep in general?

Also sparring with him, I can say that, dude has an amazing footwork, great lead hand and a very accurate right!
I was living in Canada then and remember him well. He was enormously tall and held the Canadian feather title. He had a pretty decent career and early in his career looked as if he was oignt to be good. HeI think he laterw on the lightweight title.. fought a few very good fighters, to all of whom he lost, although he held up OK. Had most of his fights in Canada. I remember thinking he might have been related to Willie Pep, but wasn't.
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