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Monday-Friday 7am – 8pm
$50/Month – 18 years old +
$25/Month – 11 to 17 years old (Parents must be present)
$25/Month – Licensed amateur or pro boxer (Must show license)
$5/Month – Daily fee
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There are trainers available at the gym for one-on-one training at an additional cost. The trainers are not gym employees, so rates vary and can be negotiated one-on-one with the trainer of your choice. Payment for one-on-one training is paid directly to the trainer.
No Pictures, no filming, and no soliciting allowed at the gym.
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
Boxing Trainer / Owner of Wild Card Boxing Club
Freddie Roach is arguably the most noteworthy trainer in boxing today and one of the greatest in his craft of all time. He is the owner of the world famous Wild Card Boxing Club in Hollywood, CA.
Currently Freddie is the main subject of ‘ON Freddie Roach,’ an unscripted, cinema verite docuseries on HBO. The show is an in-depth and raw look into Freddie’s life and his struggle with Parkinson’s disease through the lens of award-winning director Peter Berg.
Over the years, Roach has trained and produced over 20 world champions, with his most decorated fighter being the 8-division world champion and top “pound-for-pound” boxer, Manny Pacquiao. Other current notable fighters under Roach’s command are champions Amir Khan, Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. and Viacheslav Senchenko. Roach has also worked with a number of MMA greats including Anderson Silva, Georges St. Pierre, Tito Ortiz and BJ Penn. In one of Roach’s greatest achievements as a trainer, he helped guide Manny Pacquiao to a stunning upset over Oscar de la Hoya on December 6th, 2008. Roach’s bold prediction of a Pacquiao stoppage victory over Oscar de la Hoya came true. He then did one better with a prediction of an inside 5 round defeat of Ricky Hatton.
After steamrolling through de la Hoya and Hatton, Pacquiao has won 5 straight fights in the last 2 years over notable opponents such as Miguel Cotto, Antonio Margarito, Shane Mosley, and most recently Juan Manuel Marquez. Pacquiao credits this incredible run to the hard work he puts in with Freddie in the gym.
Roach is one of the main attractions of HBO’s hit boxing series, “24/7” and was featured in a segment on HBO’s “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel”.
When Mickey Rourke turned to boxing midway through his acting career, he hired Roach to train him in Hollywood, CA. When Rourke decided to quit boxing, the two had remained close through Rourke’s struggles and now tremendous success.
Career achievements include 2003, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Boxing Writers Association of America “Eddie Futch Award” for the trainer of the year. He was inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame and California Boxing Hall of Fame. In 2008, Freddie received the World Boxing Council “Lifetime Achievement Award.”
Roach suffers from Parkinson’s disease most likely due to repeated blows to the head received during his own boxing career. He is one of the leading spokesmen for Parkinson’s along with Michael J. Fox and Muhammad Ali.