HAITHEM LAAMOUZ PACKS A PUNCH Born in 1989, #HaithemLaamouz is currently the #NSWsateAustralianChampion and the #BAaiaChampion whose #boxingCreer had started in 2009 in Cyprus. He’s competed in no less than 62 fights with 52 wins, and has also participated in and won a number of top Olympic boxing events.
Franchon Crews hits the heavy bag at the Under Armour Performance Center while training for the Pathway to Glory Olympic Trials Qualifier II boxing event held in Baltimore in September. Baltimore boxer Franchon Crews was an alternate for the 2012 Olympics and hopes to make the U.S. Olympic boxing team for 2016. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun)
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Marlen Esparza – Women’s Boxing – USAIn May, Marlen became the first American female boxer to qualify for the Olympic gold when the event included women’s boxing for the first time. With endorsement deals for CoverGirl and Coca-Cola, as well as a feature in Vogue, this 22-year-old knockout proves pretty girls can also throw a punch.