Name: Chuck Walker
Birth Name: Charles Walker
Hometown: Cut and Shoot, Texas, USA
Birthplace: McAlester, Oklahoma, USA
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Charles "Chuck" Walker was the 156-pound representative for the United States at the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. He was headquartered out of Mesa, Arizona, for all of his amateur career, and the first four bouts of his pro career. Walker then moved to Cut n Shoot, Texas, to resume boxing after a five-year layoff with new trainer, Henry Harris. During the last several months of 1986 and the first few of 1987, Walker was rated in the top ten in most ratings organizations--some as a super-middleweight and others as a light-heavyweight.
After quitting boxing, Walker worked as a professional tap dancer. And as of 2006, he is a film director and producer in Conroe, Texas.
- 1975 National AAU Light middleweight champion
1975 Pan Am Games Bronze Medalist
- 1st round bye
- Lost to Jerzy Rybicki (Poland) 2-3
- July 3, 2006 Sports Illustrated, "A Flurry of Punch Lines" (for update)