Who are we

The influence:

Otis Grant

(38 Wins (17 knockouts, 21 decisions), 3 Losses (3 knockouts), 1 Draw) won the silver medal at the 1987 Pan American game as an amateur. Twice North American Boxing Federation Middleweight title holder he was also former WBO world’s champion. Otis is also recognized as being the first black Quebecer to win a WBO championship, since him many have followed in his path. “Magic” has he was nicknamed as a kid because of his basketball exploits is a proud product of the Quebec’s boxing community. Otis is perceived as a great ambassador of boxing in Quebec and role model of ethic, discipline and perseverance.

After retiring from professional boxing Otis got involved in charity works with his own foundation, the Otis Grant and friends foundation; the primary goal of the foundation is to aid against hunger and poverty in the Montreal’s community.

Howard Grant

is a former Canadian Olympic athlete; in 1986 he won the gold medal at the Commonwealth games in the light-welterweight division. Howard is known worldwide for the excellence of its coaching and the athletes he coached and still coaching such as George Saint-Pierre and Adonis Stevenson just to name a few. Howard was often aired in the reality TV series “The Ultimate Fighter” as GSP boxing coach.