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==Career Review ==
 
==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]].  
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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]].
 
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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}}
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== Sources ==
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*"Stankie Scores Win in Olympic Fight", ''Los Angeles Times'', January 15, 1971
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Revision as of 10:14, 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.