Al Certo

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Al Certo was a New Jersey-based trainer and manager, best known for his work with Light Welterweight and Welterweight world champion James (Buddy) McGirt. He also worked with Andrew Golota, for Golota's "No-Contest" with Mike Tyson, in which Golota elected to quit after three rounds. Certo trying to get Golota to fight, could be seen forcing Golota's mouthpiece into his mouth while his fighter quit.

Fighters He Trained:

  • Mustafa Hamsho (Second Hagler Fight)
  • Edwin Viruet
  • Adolpho Viruet

New Jersey BHOF [1]