Marv Jenson

From BoxRec
Jump to: navigation, search

Marv Jenson (June 4, 1917 - March 14, 2007) was an American boxing manager. Jenson is best known for guiding Gene Fullmer to the World Middleweight title. His stable also included:

Jenson began his work in boxing, when he established a gym in the basement of his home, after his boxing aspirations were ended by a case of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever. Outside of boxing, Jenson was the mayor of West Jordan, Utah, a Salt Lake County commissioner, mink rancher, school board member, amongst other jobs.


"W. Jordan’s marvelous Marv a true champion", Deseret News, March 18, 2007