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== Trainer & Commentator ==
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[[Image:Esteward.jpg|left|thumb|250px|Emanuel Steward]]  
[[Image:Esteward.jpg|right|Emanuel Steward]]  
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[[Image:Ibhof-logo.jpg|thumb|right|Class of 1996<br>Non-Participant Category<br>Hall of Fame bio:[http://www.ibhof.com/pages/about/inductees/nonparticipant/steward.html click]]]
[[Image:Emanuel Steward and William Daddano at IBO Convention.JPG|thumb|Emanuel Steward & friends]]
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[[File:WBHF Logo.jpg|right|thumb|200px|World Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee]]
Boxers that Steward developed or is the best known trainer:
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'''Emanuel Steward''' (07.07.1944 – 25.10.2012) won the National [[Golden Gloves]] Bantamweight Championship in 1963. He had an amateur record of 94-3.
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After winning the Golden Gloves, Steward quit boxing and took a job as an electrician at Detroit Edison.  
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Steward got back into boxing when he started training his 15-year-old half-brother James at the [[Kronk Gym|Kronk Recreation Center]].
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Steward accepted a part-time position as the head boxing coach at Kronk, and the team won seven titles at the 1971 Detroit Golden Gloves. The following year, he quit his job and became a full-time boxing trainer.
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By the mid-1970s, Steward had built Kronk into a national power in amateur boxing.
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Steward's first professional world champion was [[Hilmer Kenty]], who won the [[WBA]] Lightweight Championship from [[Ernesto Espana]] in March 1980.
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Steward also works for HBO as a boxing analyst. He has also perform boxing trainer bit roles in movies ("The Fighter" (2010) and "Ocean's Eleven" (2001)) and television shows.
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Boxers with whom Steward is most closely associated:
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*[[Johnathon Banks]]
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*[[Leeonzer Barber]]
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*[[Jesse Benavides]]
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*[[Gaby Canizales]]
 
*[[Thomas Hearns]]
 
*[[Thomas Hearns]]
*[[Milton McCrory]]
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*[[Anthony Jones]]
*[[Jimmy Paul]]
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*[[Lennox Lewis]]
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*[[Wladimir Klitschko]]
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*[[Duane Thomas]]
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*[[Hilmer Kenty]]
 
*[[Hilmer Kenty]]
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*[[Wladimir Klitschko]]
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*[[Lennox Lewis]]
 
*[[Gerald McClellan]]
 
*[[Gerald McClellan]]
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*[[Milton McCrory]]
 
*[[Michael Moorer]]
 
*[[Michael Moorer]]
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*[[Jimmy Paul]]
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*[[Duane Thomas]]
 
*[[Tony Tucker]]
 
*[[Tony Tucker]]
*[[Leeonzer Barber]]
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*[[John David Jackson]]
*[[Jesse Benavides]]
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*[[Gaby Canizales]]
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Trained for a few bouts (briefly):
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Boxers trained briefly by Steward:
*[[Vitali Klitschko]] (2003-to date)
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*[[Julio Cesar Chavez]]
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*[[Oliver McCall]] (for 1st Lewis fight)
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*[[Evander Holyfield]] (for 2nd Bowe fight)
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*[[Oscar De La Hoya]]
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*[[Naseem Hamed]]
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*[[Mike McCallum]]
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*[[Leon Spinks]]
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*[[Graciano Rocchigiani]]
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*[[Miguel Angel Gonzalez]]
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*[[Jeff Fenech]]
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*[[Aaron Pryor]]
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*[[Henry Akinwande]]
 
*[[Henry Akinwande]]
 
*[[Dennis Andries]]
 
*[[Dennis Andries]]
*[[Eddie Mustafa Muhammad]]
 
 
*[[Mark Breland]]
 
*[[Mark Breland]]
 
*[[David Braxton]]
 
*[[David Braxton]]
*[[Lindell Holmes]]
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*[[Julio Cesar Chavez]]
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*[[Kermit Cintron]]
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*[[Oscar De La Hoya]]
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*[[Jeff Fenech]]
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*[[Miguel Angel Gonzalez]]
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*[[Naseem Hamed]]
 
*[[Vivian Harris]]
 
*[[Vivian Harris]]
*[[Jermain Taylor]]
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*[[Lindell Holmes]]
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*[[Evander Holyfield]] (for 2nd Bowe fight)
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*[[Vitali Klitschko]]
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*[[Andy Lee]]
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*[[Oliver McCall]] (for 1st Lewis fight)
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*[[Mike McCallum]]
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*[[Eddie Mustafa Muhammad]]
 
*[[Welcome Ncita]]
 
*[[Welcome Ncita]]
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*[[Andrew Murray (Guyana)]]
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*[[Aaron Pryor]]
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*[[Lucia Rijker]]
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*[[Graciano Rocchigiani]]
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*[[Leon Spinks]]
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*[[Jermain Taylor]]
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*[[Vincent Boulware]]
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*[[Miguel Angel Cotto|Miguel Cotto]]
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*[[Chad Dawson]]
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*[[Carlos Alberto Hernandez]]
  
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== Awards & Recognition ==
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*[[Boxing Writers Association of America|BWAA]] "Manager of the Year" in 1980 and 1989
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*[[Boxing Writers Association of America|BWAA]] "Trainer of the Year" in 1993 and 1997
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*[[International Boxing Hall of Fame]] inductee
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*[[World Boxing Hall of Fame]] inductee, Year 2000 "Expanded Category"
  
At the present, is a commentator for [[HBO]] television boxing programs. Steward boxed as an amateur, and won the 1963 National Golden Gloves bantamweight title.
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== External Links ==
== Recognition ==
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*Famed trainer Emanuel Steward dies, Dan Rafael, ESPN, October 26, 2012 [http://espn.go.com/boxing/story/_/id/8551612/emanuel-steward-famed-boxing-trainer-dies-68]
*Elected into the [[International Boxing Hall of Fame]]  
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*'''[[:Category:Emanuel Steward Gallery|Emanuel Steward Gallery]]'''
*Elected into the [[World Boxing Hall of Fame]], Year 2000 "Expanded Category"
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Latest revision as of 12:43, 25 December 2012

Emanuel Steward
Class of 1996
Non-Participant Category
Hall of Fame bio:click
World Boxing Hall of Fame Inductee

Name: Emanuel Steward
Born: 1944-07-07
Birthplace: Bottom Creek, West Virginia, USA
Died: 2012-10-25 (Age:68)
Hometown: Detroit, Michigan, USA
Promoting Record: click

Emanuel Steward (07.07.1944 – 25.10.2012) won the National Golden Gloves Bantamweight Championship in 1963. He had an amateur record of 94-3.

After winning the Golden Gloves, Steward quit boxing and took a job as an electrician at Detroit Edison.

Steward got back into boxing when he started training his 15-year-old half-brother James at the Kronk Recreation Center.

Steward accepted a part-time position as the head boxing coach at Kronk, and the team won seven titles at the 1971 Detroit Golden Gloves. The following year, he quit his job and became a full-time boxing trainer.

By the mid-1970s, Steward had built Kronk into a national power in amateur boxing.

Steward's first professional world champion was Hilmer Kenty, who won the WBA Lightweight Championship from Ernesto Espana in March 1980.

Steward also works for HBO as a boxing analyst. He has also perform boxing trainer bit roles in movies ("The Fighter" (2010) and "Ocean's Eleven" (2001)) and television shows.


Boxers with whom Steward is most closely associated:

Boxers trained briefly by Steward:

Awards & Recognition

External Links