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Roy Jones Jr. Fight Academy Opening in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS -- Roy Jones Jr and Keith Veltre, principal partner of Sanctuary Management and Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy, are proud to announce the opening of Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy; the new home for Boxing in Las Vegas.  The 15,000 square foot facility is the first of its kind to be open to the public in Las Vegas.  The gym is located at 3874 Silvestri Lane, Las Vegas NV 89120.

Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy is set to open its doors early July and will feature a wide range menu of classes and group sessions with elite boxing coaches, nutritionists and private sessions with the Champ Roy Jones Jr himself.  Sanctuary Management & Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy will provide a full spectrum of services and World Class Training while furnishing top-of-the-line equipment and facilities to allow our athletes to perform at the very top of their game. Committed to the wellness of our fighters, Sanctuary Management and Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy will address all aspects of the boxing and MMA world including strategic long-term planning, training, and nutrition, focusing on the overall well-being of our athletes.

Predominantly a boxing focus, the Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy will give fighters a unique cross-over experience with both boxing and MMA that develops a vast knowledge bank of powerful combinations, technique and overall toughness.  The gym will house two boxing rings, a MMA cage, TRX, cardio and weight equipment as well as a state of the art fighter lounge and upscale wellness bar and retail store. CEO of Sanctuary Management and Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy , Keith Veltre says, "This atmosphere is unique to any gym in the Valley, our gym is fighter focused- a place where our boxers feel like they belong; it is their home."

Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy plans to use the best people and talent to recruit fighters.

Roy Jones Jr will oversee all talent selection as well as instruct regular training sessions with each up & coming fighter and children's camps.

In addition to training amateur and professional fighters, Roy Jones Jr Fight Academy will hold activity nights, camps and feature events dedicated to Children. These events will guide them and help them obtain life skills in the area of teamwork, sportsmanship, and camaraderie. Such moments will forever be remembered by kids; often sending them on a life path that will include health and wellness as a way of life.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Bumdre Ward on 06-06-2014

[QUOTE=Beercules;14629989]Lost all respect for Roy after pictures of his meat stick were leaked. Really disappointing[/QUOTE] DAMN IT!! You made me google search that picture but is it gay that I'm thinking I guess its not true what they say about…

Comment by djtmal on 06-06-2014

Roy Jones don't know #### about boxing. Lol

Comment by Floyd R on 06-06-2014

The guys that are criticizing Jones and saying he will not make a good teacher because of his personal style need to get away from the computer and do some boxing training and stop talking out of their ass. All…

Comment by BOXEO _ on 06-06-2014

Damn 15,000 square feet. Sounds like a great facility.

Comment by NachoMan on 06-06-2014

[QUOTE=bronx7;14630888]Nacho Man Jones had spider man reflexes a blessing cannot be taught. He had horrible fundamentals. Relied on legs and reflexes for defense. When he lost a step he was exposed didn't have a defense everyone who tapped that chin…

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