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==Career Review--
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==Career Review ==
 
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'''Al Stankie''' was a former Los Angeles police officer. After his boxing career, he became the manager and trainer of 1984 Olympic Light Flyweight Gold Medalist [[Paul Gonzales]].  
 
'''Al Stankie''' was a former Los Angeles police officer. After his boxing career, he became the manager and trainer of 1984 Olympic Light Flyweight Gold Medalist [[Paul Gonzales]].  
  
Later, Stankie became the boxing coach for Mixed Martial Arts fighter, [[Vitor Belfort]]. Under Stankie's guidence, Belfort won his first 4 mixed martial arts fights by first round knockouts, most in mere seconds.
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Later, Stankie became the boxing coach for Mixed Martial Arts fighter, [[Vitor Belfort]]. Under Stankie's guidence, Belfort won his first 4 mixed martial arts fights by first round knockouts, most in mere seconds.{{fact}}
  
 
== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
 
*"Stankie Scores Win in Olympic Fight", ''Los Angeles Times'', January 15, 1971
 
*"Stankie Scores Win in Olympic Fight", ''Los Angeles Times'', January 15, 1971

Revision as of 10:08, 11 December 2006

Al Stankie

Name: Al Stankie
Birth Name: Al Stankiewicz
Hometown: Ventura, California, USA
Height: 6′ 2″   /   188cm
Boxing Record: click

Career Review

Al Stankie was a former Los Angeles police officer. After his boxing career, he became the manager and trainer of 1984 Olympic Light Flyweight Gold Medalist Paul Gonzales.

Later, Stankie became the boxing coach for Mixed Martial Arts fighter, Vitor Belfort. Under Stankie's guidence, Belfort won his first 4 mixed martial arts fights by first round knockouts, most in mere seconds.[citation needed]

Sources

  • "Stankie Scores Win in Olympic Fight", Los Angeles Times, January 15, 1971