Jalel Lopez

jalel132

Jalel Lopez

Profession:

Pro Boxer/Boxing coach

Instagram Account:

@jalel132

Email address:

jalellopez132@gmail.com

Taylorsville, Utah, USA

About:

Boxing has done many things for me; it has helped me grow in so many ways I never thought possible.

Discipline would be a huge factor in my life from which was implemented deep within my brain after 12 years of boxing. 🥊

In a way boxing has helped me keep my life together, not to mention all the trouble it kept me out of growing up as a kid.

I started boxing at the age of 15, shortly after, I decided to pursue boxing as my athletic career and profession.

Before switching to boxing, I had been playing soccer my whole life up until I turned 15!

Due to many aggressive encounters on the field, my mother had decided to put me in a boxing gym. Never the less that’s where it all began.



I was fortunate enough to have been mentored and taught by one of the most mindful coaches. Which implemented most of my boxing fundamentals.

Boxing was like a relationship. It would make me happy, disappointed me, and broke my heart many times.

My mission in life is to be a successful influencer to be able to help take care of those that are less fortunate and are in need. 🙏🏽

Your Story

About two years ago I had a big car accident that put a massive halt on my boxing career.

(Unstable neck C1-C2 vertebra) I fight every day with the thought I might not be able to compete again due to the neck injuries I have obtained from the accident. I had Been told by a few neurosurgeons It May be a possibility that I can never fight again.

It’s still not stopping me from achieving what I’ve been working for my whole life, being a world champion! As an outlet, I started training the youth. Having a positive influence on the child about achieving specific goals with boxing has opened up a whole new world to me, and I couldn’t be any happier.

I continue to deal with my injuries and struggles, but I do it all for the youth and most importantly my kids. 🧒🏽👶🏽👶🏽

Photo Credits:

Ig of the photographers

@kevinwinzelerphoto

@strollwithjoel


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