Boxing is a combat sport in which two people, usually wearing protective gloves, throw punches at each other for a predetermined set of time in a boxing ring.
Amateur boxing is both an Olympic and Commonwealth Games sport and is a common fixture in most international games—it also has its own World Championships. Boxing is supervised by a referee over a series of one- to three-minute intervals called rounds. The result is decided when an opponent is deemed incapable to continue by a referee, is disqualified for breaking a rule, resigns by throwing in a towel, or is pronounced the winner or loser based on the judges' scorecards at the end of the contest. In the event that both fighters gain equal scores from the judges, the fight is considered a draw (professional boxing). In Olympic boxing, due to the fact that a winner must be declared, in the case of a draw - the judges use technical criteria to choose the most deserving winner of the bout.

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Our in-house boxing coach providing excellent boxing training in the west of Singapore.


Rico Desengano

Desengano, Eduard Cedric Estrabon (Rico) is an amateur boxer coming from the renowned Farrer Park boxing gym. He is part of the fight team and assists the junior boxing prospects on their boxing training and routine. He is still actively participating in amateur boxing tournaments. He specializes on traditional boxing training as taught by his seniors. What to expect from Rico? Classic boxing tips and tricks, footwork drills that will improve your agility, and some strength and conditioning. Rico believes that simplicity is the most effective way to box. It motivates him seeing new boxers improve and do well in their craft. The best coaches are the coaches that love seeing their students achieve their goals. Rico's favorite shout out is, "Work!! Work!!", expect hearing this often. During his free time, he babysits his two kids.

Alvin Ang

Hello, my name is Alvin Ang. I started doing martial arts aged 15. Jiu jitsu was my first love and I competed extensively in the South East Asian circuit before moving on to fight MMA. My current record stands at 3-1 (Am) Having just left the Air Force and stared University, I am looking forward to compete MMA more in the future, as well as future boxing bouts. I bring with me a technical and fun teaching style well suited for beginners trying to grasp the fundamentals of the sport.

Yusri Iswandi

Hi, Im Yusri Iswandi. I started in the game of Boxing since the year 2012. I’ve participated in fights, such as Freestyle Fights, Boxing/KickBoxing. My experience in the ring has been over 2 years. You can see my attention during sparring time. I expect to see execution of any specific technique. I'm more of a technical type of coach. In my class, I love emphasizing more on footwork, movement and execution. My training and drills has been benefiting my students in Fighter Fitness boxing class so far, and there’s also Circuit training, repeated drills, non-stop punches etc. Do expect a fun-learning environment kind of training when you are with me. Every single routine/drills I teach, I will ask you guys to partner-up and try. And don’t worry! I will be around to guide you guys. And do take note, if I make a stupid joke, please laugh even if it’s not funny. My Favourite Quote: “Once you see results, it becomes an addiction.”

Billy Chua

Billy has been studying and training martial arts for an extensive period of time. He is a pure boxer and grappler, with 5 years in boxing and 7 years in BJJ. He has been helping out competitors in BJJ and MMA, as well as some basic coaching in both boxing and BJJ.

Linus Tan

Hi, I’m Linus! I’ve been learning Muay Thai and Boxing since I was 15! I enjoy teaching techniques that I know and I’m very particular about footwork and proper form! I also love to push people beyond their limits and make sure they have a good sweat! If you feel tired from the exercises in my class, I have only 1 thing to say. Suck it up Princess.

Samuel Ng

Sam has been a boxing coaching for over 5 years. He was the Head Coach at Vanda Boxing Club where he trained everyone from beginners to boxers competing at the international level. Sam loves breaking down the technical aspects of the sport and, as a coach, enjoys encouraging and challenging his clients.

Razali Abdul Rahman

I started boxing in 1994. I was in the amateur national squad and I was a head coach in Spartan boxing club. I have 10 years of coaching experience and enjoy swimming and spending time with my family.