"It makes me feel real good, especially for the kids," said Mario Olivera, The Dungeon Boxing Club's founder and coach.
"They have teammates that look up to them."
believes Brown, who is 5-0 in his
career, has a chance to be successful at the event.
"I know he's
coming back with the belt," Olivera
Earlier this month, Olivera
had to raise funds to pay for hotel rooms in Wilmington and is back asking for the community to pitch in again.
"I really want to thank everyone who helped out," Olivera
"I have never asked for anything before and the community really came through.
This is going to be the first time they have ever flown.
This is something everyone should be able to experience."
is excited to have his
pupils hit the national stage, he
hopes the atmosphere will not overwhelm them.
"It's going to be a big deal," Olivera
"They are going to have three rings set up at the arena.
ESPN will be there and all kinds of people taking pictures."
added the three boxers will be at The Dungeon Boxing Club
this afternoon to thank the public for its support as well as accepting donations.
To donate or to meet the trio, contact Olivera