A number of world champion boxer Brian Viloria having fun with subsequent chapter of life as elite coach


“I used to be in a position to pick-and-choose from these coaches to create my very own fashion,” Viloria defined. “I knew that I wished to be a coach as a result of I had lots of data and expertise that I might go alongside to the subsequent technology of fighters. I took off the gloves and placed on the mitts. I slowly constructed up my abilities at Wild Card West with Julian Chua (head coach of 43-0 Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez). It was a straightforward transition for me. It does take time to breakdown a fighter to learn how they prefer to obtain info as a result of all people is completely different. Some prefer to learn books, others like watching, They should have enjoyable, too. I need them to like the expertise and craft.”

How Viloria ended up at Brickhouse was slightly uncommon and, in fact, the pandemic performed a big position in that respect. Previous to the pandemic, Brian had realized that “Zurdo” and his supervisor, David Shu, have been going to open up a gymnasium.

“They requested if I used to be considering shifting to Las Vegas,” Viloria remembered. “After which the pandemic got here. Two years later, in 2021, David referred to as me saying that they had discovered a spot in North Hollywood. It was lots nearer for me than Santa Monica. I solely dwell 8 to 10 minutes away from the gymnasium (Brickhouse). I nonetheless prepare one or two fighters at Churchill. My mainstay, although, is Brickhouse. I’m so shut I can go house and take a nap between coaching periods. I wished to create a model from scratch alongside Julian to hone my abilities as a coach. I like speaking with individuals.

“It’s a collaborative effort at Brickhouse, no disconnects. All of the trainers talk between themselves. Simply because I received 4 world titles doesn’t outweigh the opposite coaches. We’re a training employees at Brickhouse, the place all people’s enter goes into making the consensus on fighters’ selections. The largest factor is we’re creating house at Brickhouse. All of us take a look at egos exterior the doorways. It isn’t concerning the trainers; it’s all about fighters studying extra. It’s about fighters not who’s on the helm of the coaches. I like engaged on the teaching employees right here. We’re all making a reputation for ourselves as trainers by being on the Brickhouse employees.”

Viloria trains Cem “Champ” Kelic (15-1, 10 KOs) and Carlos Nava (6-0, 3 KOs), each fighters are within the 3 Level Administration (3PM) steady, which additionally manages “Zurdo,” the previous World Tremendous Middleweight Champion, and immediately a top-ranked World gentle heavyweight contender.

Turkish tremendous middleweight Kelic headlines a March seventeenth card towards Andrew Hernandez (21-8-2, 9 KOs) in an 8-round bout at Quiet Cannon Nation Membership in Montebello, California. The 27-year-old Kelic resides the American Dream having moved from Germany to america to boost his professional boxing profession.

“He has nice energy and loads of fuel within the tank,” Viloria famous. “He simply must work on his protection as an alternative of sitting within the pocket throwing punches and getting hit an excessive amount of.”

Nava, a 23-year-old light-weight prospect from Pasadena, Texas, was the 2014 USA Olympic Nationwide Champion. He not too long ago had a 4-week coaching camp at Brickhouse for, amongst a number of causes, to get prime notch sparring he doesn’t have at house.

“Carlos has lots of beginner expertise,” Viloria remarked. “He has nice size and eye when it comes to defensive consciousness. He’s nonetheless within the fashion that doesn’t sit on punches like execs. I didn’t have sufficient time with him at camp to create a full fashion.”

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(L-R) – Carlos Nava & Brian Viloria

Viloria retired as a boxer with a 38-6 (23 KOs) professional document, after he was 230-8 as an beginner, together with being a member of the 2000 USA Olympic Boxing Crew. He was undisputed World junior flyweight champion twice, in addition to a 2-time World flyweight titlist.

“I’ve concluded that this (as a coach) is the subsequent chapter of my life,” Viloria commented. “It’s exhausting for athletes like me to cease boxing. It’s good to be a champion after which it’s over. I began boxing once I was 5 and it turns into your id. That is what we do. Some might flip to medication or be depressed, and that’s why lots of fighters don’t know when to hold up their gloves. I knew when it was time to hold up my gloves. I didn’t have the identical fireplace in my final couple of fights. I really feel like I used to be going via the motions. No emotion!

“I had been serving to prepare fighters within the gymnasium once I was nonetheless preventing. As a result of I used to be world champion myself, my final purpose is to mould a child sometime to be world champion. I’m very enthusiastic about this a part of my life.”

“Hawaiian Punch” is having fun with the journey to the fullest.

Roberto Villa is the CEO, Founder, Govt Author, Senior Editor of FightBook MMA. Has a ardour for Fight Sports activities and in addition a podcast host for Sitting Ringside. He’s additionally a former MMA fighter and Kickboxer.

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