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His girlfriend, at the time, convinced him to join her grandfather's gym, Napper's Boxing Club, founded by the legendary Olympic coach, Ray Napper.
As soon as he stepped into Napper's gym his life turned completely around. He cut his hair, stopped the drugs and began training hard 5 days a week. RAY NAPPER, JR. - Featured Middleweight Boxer With 21 fights under his belt, Napper Jr. is the youngest yet most experienced fighter in the documentary.


www.niagaraadvance.ca

The 51-year-old Welland resident reached the provincial pinnacle of the sport in the early 1990s, claiming the Ontario championship in the featherweight category "multiple times," said Ray Napper, a coach at Napper's Boxing Club where Mercuri trained throughout his long career.
"He had a lot of experience, and he was a very slick fighter," Napper said. "Ever since 1995, he helped coach at the boxing club off and on," Napper said, adding Mercuri had recently talked about returning to the club as a coach in the coming year. "The coaches and myself and a couple of the boxers all stayed behind after practice and we all shared memories about him," Napper said. "He was a huge part of the boxing club, and helping kids out." Years ago, when Napper was a competitive boxer, it was Mercuri who helped him reached the national championship level of the sport. "Mimi really helped me out when I was fighting, and I formed a good bond with him that just carried over," Napper said. "He brought energy and enthusiasm" to the boxing club, Napper said. "Everybody wanted to work with Mimi because he was a fun guy to be around in the gym, and his passion for boxing is just unbelievable and teaching it in a fun way," he said. "People from all over Ontario are messaging me, sending condolences about Mimi," Napper said.


www.pelhamnews.ca

The grandson of Nappers Boxing Club founder Ray Napper Sr. and the son of the club's former head coach, Jeff Napper, hasn't bothered compiling a precise calculation of what the Olympic dream will ultimately cost him financially.
Tom Glesby fought as a heavyweight at the 1988 and '92 Games, Jamie Pagendam as a super bantamweight in 1988 and Ray Napper Sr. was on Canada's coaching staff in 1988 and again in 1992. I only listen for specific voices, like Ray's, my father's and, of course, my Nana's," he said of his grandmother Anita, the boxing club matriarch, who was 83 when she died of cancer earlier this year.


www.wellandtribune.ca

Nappers head coach Ray Napper Jr. said piecing together a fight plan all comes with experience.
We don't like winning anything by walkover, but there is nothing you can do about that," Ray Napper Jr. said.


www.pelhamnews.ca

Napper's head coach and one-time Canadian champion Ray Napper Jr. said the 26-year-old from Fonthill never let Burt back into fight after a strong start.
"Cam had a really good weekend and really showed what he was made of," Ray Napper Jr. said. It was the club's first Canadian title since Ray Napper Jr. won it all in 2000.


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