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Boxing/Age limit for professional license


Coach Zo wrote at 2012-11-16 18:45:56
That's correct coach, there is no age limit for pro fighters, but after the age of 37 fighters are required to take a brain scan, eye tests and various other exams to ensure that the fighter is healthy enough to be in the ring. But it is not difficult for one to continue fighting as an amateur after 35, once a person turns 35 they can no longer fight internationaly but they can continue fighting locally as well as some reginal and national circuits, but in the masters division of amateur boxing. Also remember that once you turn pro as a boxer you will no longer be able to fight in amateur fights.

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J. Coach Rick Coward


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2009 Nominated Supervisor & Chairman WPBF / USBC, 2008 Nominated Montclair List of Who's Who Among Executives & Professionals, 2008 NJ State Guns-N-Hoses Heavyweight Amateur Boxing Champion, 2006 United States Marshal Service Distinguished Service / Group Award, 2006 US National LEO Draw & Shoot Champion,

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