Brian Viloria – Life After Hanging The Gloves

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‘The Hawaiian Punch’ is still in the fight game ― as a trainer

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Brian Viloria Early Life and Amateur Career 

Few can claim to have had as successful an amateur career as the Filipino native and Hawaiian-born Brian Viloria.

  • At the age of 15, Viloria won his first amateur championship, winning the gold medal at 100 pounds at the 1995 National Junior Olympics.
  • In 1996 Viloria went up in weight at 106 pounds and won both the National and World Junior Olympics gold medals.
  • He would continue to rack up medals until 1999 where he would win the 1999 National Golden Gloves in the light flyweight division, the 1999 World Amateur Championships gold medal.
  • To top off this amazing year, Viloria was also named 1999 USA Boxer of the Year. At 19-years-old and an impressive amateur resume, it was time to test the field for the 2000 Olympic Games. (He was defeated by

Brian Viloria Professional Career

  • As a professional, Viloria was a knockout artist ― 23 of his 38 wins were by KO. During a storied career he captured four world titles, one from each of pro boxing’s sanctioning bodies.


  • 4x World Champion & Olympian
  • WBC•IBF•WBA-WBO Unified
  • Professional Boxing Trainer

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