Josh’s father was a professional fighter so boxing is in his DNA. Stepping into the ring at 5 years old was when Josh was hooked. It was the famous Windy City Boxing Gym. He grew up watching professional fighters Angel Manfredy, Andrew Golota, and David Diaz.
His first amateur fight was at the ripe old age of seven. 54 fights later, earning a record of 42-12 as well as winning the Chicago Golden Gloves not to mention receiving the award for Best Boxer out of 300, is dedication.
Josh has competed in National Boxing tournaments around the U.S. that led him to eventually turning pro at the age of 19. Currently Josh’s record is 2-0, 2KO’s, and his goal is to continue to work hard in order to become a World Champion.