My name is Tom Webb and I am a middleweight boxer. Ever since I saw boxing on TV as a kid in Texas, I was hooked. There's nothing better, or hotter, than two men in the ring, shirts off, gloves on, FIGHTING. It is the ultimate expression of manhood. Two men need each other in the ring. They connect. They bond. They know they are there to FIGHT, and together they join in their awesome and heated maleness. It is the best feeling a man can have...to fight another man...bodies exposed...muscles flexed with each punch, sweat pouring off, bloody lips, black eyes...IT'S THE BEST.
MEN. MEN BEING MEN. MEN DOING WHAT MEN NEED TO DO. TWO MEN FULFILLING EACH OTHER'S NEED TO FIGHT.
I have had lots of experience in the ring. I have boxed in 26 US states and DC as well as in the UK, Australia, & Germany. The guys I've boxed on this site are but a small percentage of the men I've boxed in total. Having owned 2 boxing gyms in Oregon as well as having traveled all over the world to meet and box, fighting gay men, straight men, trainees, other coaches, publicly, privately, for sport, for sex, I have been in the ring with hundreds of MEN WHO FIGHT.
Previous to my four FightOdysseys, which I describe later, I was fortunate to be able to travel to various cities in the US for boxing matches and events. In addition to sponsoring and hosting the HarborFight Series of Tournaments at my gym in Brooking, Oregon, The Brookings-Harbor Fight Club, I co-hosted several other boxing events and tournaments. BoxingBeforeBurgers&Beer was an awesome gathering of boxers, With my good fight bud Marty in Chicago, I helped organize and run the event. It was an annual boxing meet in a western suburb of Chicago. The fights took place at Rocky's Dojo & Boxing Gym in Sugar Grove, Illinois. They were held every year, 9 years running, starting in April of 2002. After the 9th BBBB in 2010, there was a break of several years until I organized the 10th BBBB as part of one of my FightOdysseys. The BBBB Series was excellent and brought many good boxers together. In addition to these BBBB events, I helped organize 2 NeonFights, which took place in Las Vegas and were modeled after both my HarborFight Series and the BBBB events. I also boxed at ArchFight in St. Louis and Battle of the Boxers in Atlanta, On top of all the fight events I organized and attended, I took quite a few individual trips to various cities to meet boxers and have fights, including New York, Boston, Houston, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. As well, I traveled to Australia for boxing in Melbourne and Sydney. There I met the man, the boxer, who became my husband. I also met the man who became my first real boxing coach and mentor, Paul O'Brien, a middleweight like myself who loves the sport and has boxing in his blood! I became a better boxing coach after meeting him as well as a much better competitive boxer! So as you can see, I have a huge amount of experience in The Manly Art, The Sweet Science. Throughout my Life of Boxing I have met and boxed scores, probably hundreds of boxers. I lost count a long time ago! Now I would like to tell you about my continuing Life of Boxing...my FightOdysseys.
FightOdyssey I took place from September 30, 2003 to January 4, 2004. I drove 16,000 miles around the US and flew to Iceland, London, and Edinburgh. I boxed 42 guys on that trip. I had boxing matches in San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Houston, New Orleans, Ft. Lauderdale, Valdosta, Atlanta, Charleston, The Outer Banks, DC, NYC, Boston, London, Edinburgh, Ann Arbor, Chicago, Omaha, and Las Vegas a second time. It was an awesome, life-changing journey for me. After that incredible journey I spent the next 10 years as owner of 2 boxing gyms in Oregon where I trained hard, taught boxing classes, coached guys privately, and competed on the masters level, putting myself on several Fight Cards at a few casinos in southern Oregon and northern California. But I did not get on the road again until 2014, after I had moved to Australia to live with my husband.
FightOdyssey II took me back to the US where I boxed in LA, Phoenix, San Antonio, and DC. Continuing my boxing travels, FightOdyssey III took place in July of 2015. I boxed in LA again. Then I brought back and co-sponsored BoxingBeforeBurgers&Beer X in Chicago, where I coached new fighters and competed. This was the 10th and final BBBB. From Chicago I went to DC where I sponsored a boxing meet at Chuck's Mat Room in Alexandria, Virginia. I was team captain of the Virginia team during the Virginia vs. Maryland Tournament I had organized. After boxing in DC, I went up to NYC and co-sponsored the first East Coast BoxingBeforeBurgers&Beer with TechBoxer at Champs Boxing Gym in New Rochelle, New York. Heading back westward I finished the Odyssey in Portland, Oregon, as a guest coach at my old gym, Sweet Science Boxing Gym.
FightOdyssey IV. A MegaJourney Around the World. Boxing, Boxing, BOXING! This Odyssey began on Sunday, December 11, 2016 and finished on Saturday, January 28, 2017. I and my husband AussieBoxer took off from Adelaide. The first stop was Dubai for a plane change, then on to London. We hosted Boxing at Grove Park in London. We had a small turnout for this first event of the trip, but we experienced awesome, tough boxing - exactly the kind of boxing I always want and need. My good fightbud John, whom I had met in Edinburgh during FightOdyssey I, came down and joined the fight card. We had a private ring in Grove Park, London. Fantastic! The next stop was Frankfurt, where we hosted what I will call the best event of the entire Odyssey, The Challenge Fights. We had boxers from all over Germany, Holland, and France at this event, which took place at the Challenge Boxing Club in Offenbach. Every single boxer who had been scheduled on the fight card showed up. And every single man was there to BOX. I met Marco there in Offenbach. Marco, who is known as Boxingmarco on this site, was the local contact and sponsor. He offered his gym to us for the weekend. We had two rings and we kept those rings busy for hours each day. I made many new friends and connected with many new fightbuds, some of whom had been wanting to meet me for years, and I, them. And Marco is truly a good man. He is an excellent boxer and a great warrior. It was INCREDIBLE. After that deeply satisfying Fight Meet, Rob and I went on to Luxembourg, Belgium, and Holland. We stayed in Amsterdam for several days, visiting family and friends. We took a break from boxing during this period and during the upcoming travels to Portugal and Spain. We spent Christmas with Rob's sister and her husband in their tiny village in the center of Portugal, then rented a car and saw Lisbon. Then we drove across Spain and visited Stately Madrid and Fabulous Barcelona. After being in Spain for a while, we flew across the Atlantic to NY. We hosted, along with our long-time boxing bud TechBoxer, a boxing event in New Rochelle at Champs Boxing Gym. The event was called Fighting Champs. Even though the cold was bitter and the snow was high, we had an awesome turnout of guys from all over NY City and State. For me, this provided a testament to the level at which boxing unites men and brings them together. If a man needs to fight, he will fight. And FIGHT we DID. Again, all the boxers scheduled for the event showed up and we had a magnificent day of boxing.
After spending a week in NY, we drove up to Boston and held a boxing camp at The Undisputed Sports Training Gym in Hanover, a suburb of Boston. I called the event It Ain't Over 'Til It's Hanover. I trained some of the men who came and I boxed them all. It was a great day of boxing. I finally got to meet Sean. Sean and I had been communicating back and forth for well over 10 years about boxing and about how we both wanted to meet in the ring someday. We both share the same views and feelings about this awesome sport and had been writing tomes and tomes to each other, expressing our love of boxing! It was a great meeting. We two "pen-pals" finally got to glove up and mix it up! After finishing this very strong showing in Boston, Rob and I drove down to Toms River, New Jersey. We co-hosted an event called Checkmate! I called it that because the gym was Checkmates Boxing Center, owned and run by my great boxing bud Darren Maciunski. Darren is a former pro middleweight champion and he is awesome. I consider him to be my current boxing coach, even though we live half-a-globe apart. I cannot say enough about him. He is amazing. If you ever get a chance, go train with him in Toms River. He lives and breathes the sport of boxing and he knows how to make you feel really good about yourself, both in the ring and out!
After my fantastic training session with Darren, Rob and I drove on down to DC where we sponsored Virginia vs. Maryland, a boxing tournament at Chuck Brunn's Mat Room in Alexandria, Virginia. This was actually the 3rd such event I had organized at Chuck's, and it was the best! All my guys from my past visits to Chuck's showed up. We boxed good and hard. Some of them were in training for the Masters Fights at Ringside, so I gave them some good training, then boxed them all.
After a few days in DC we drove across and down to Nashville, Tennessee. This was another break from boxing for us. I visited my family in Nashville and we had a late Christmas dinner and gift-giving on January 20. Then Rob and I drove up to Cincinnati, where our next boxing event occurred. Cincinnati Fisticuffs was the name of the event. Boxers from all over Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky came to box. I think this was the best of the US events overall. I got to train a boxer who I had known for many years but had only met once, way back in 2001. Greg and I caught up with all our news, then I trained him good and hard. Then we sparred. I was very proud of his progress. It was in Cincinnati when I truly realized how much I love coaching boxing and how much I love bringing boxers together.
After Cincinnati, we drove back to NY to return the rental car and flew to Los Angeles, where we held California Spar, an afternoon of boxing. This event was designed as a "cooling down" event. We sparred our good bud Ian and did some training together. Then Rob and I spent a couple more days in LA before returning home to Adelaide on January 28!
FightOdyssey IV was an incredible success. I brought many good men together. I brought them together so that they could engage in the sport they love so much, the sport of Boxing. I initially had given a name to FightOdyssey IV. I had called it "I'll Daze the World in Eighty Rounds". Well, guys...I DID EXACTLY THAT. I kept good records as I traveled and boxed. I did my 80 rounds. I boxed. I trained. I coached. I bonded. I did what I, as a man, needed to do. I experienced a good, healthy dose of pure satisfaction at having achieved this goal - the goal of bringing men together to do what they need and want to do...FIGHT.
Boxing is in my blood. I love to get in the ring opposite another man, hear the opening bell, and move into the ring with him as we circle for an opening. I am a man who loves to box. I believe that all men have a primal need to fight. It is part of manhood. It is part of me. I am a fighter. I am a boxer. I am a man.
If you are a boxer coming to Australia, don't hesitate to contact me for a fight, or for training. I am an awesome boxing coach. I am head boxing coach at Iron Industry Gym in Adelaide now. Me and my husband Rob, who is a welterweight boxer, will be opening our own gym here within the next year. The Double Trouble Boxing Club is what we will call it. Join me, men. There is nothing better than getting in the ring with a man and bonding with him through fighting.
Match structure: Even match, Give and take, Practicing techniques, Workout partner, Outdoors fights, Online chatting, Looking to coach, Competing (tournaments)
Stand-up fighting: Only interested in stand-up fighting
Miscellaneous interests: I have access to a ring, I have access to mats, Photo swapping
Fetishes: Want sex, Jackoff, Boxing gear, Gut punching, Nipple play, Cock fighting, Rip and strip, Muscle worship
- Australia, Aberfoyle Park
I am willing to travel 5000 miles
I am willing to host.
StatsAge: 64-year-old Male, looking for Male
Stats: 5'7" (170 cm), 162 lbs (73 kg)
Languages spoken: English
Gear: Boxing Gloves, Trunks, Boots
Last login: 4 hours ago
Last modified: 3/13/2018 7:09 AM
Start of membership: 4/13/2013 10:21 AM
Past Opponentsadidaswrestling AFJock AussieBoxer boxer1 BoxerCoachinmd boxercvy Boxer_Daddy boxerfrankfurt boxermichigan Boxer_Saarland Boxer_VA Boxingmarco Boxnmech britboxer28 ChiBox coboxerbear dailyplanet dcgrappler diggeroh fig4man FrBoxer glad42 Glovesup GRMI ILFIGHTER ironabs LAfightmuscle lance_jeffers leanmachinetn LehighPA mastersboxer mdbxrwrslr midwestboxer MikeA ozboxer pdxphil pecs44 PHLBoxer PittsburghBoxer punchmeout realboxer redlandguy Ricksf Ringerohr Rough_Edge Roughmatch Royalb2 RuffFightChallenge samfighter shorelineboxr SilverFoxFight Slugfest SqueezeNW SyracuseBoxer titledefense tonyfigur upstatefighter viper waboxer wbx23 Wresl2pin wrestlerstud 69
HarborFighter is recommended by AussieBoxer
What can I say? Harborfighter changed my life and bent my nose - just a little bit!
I was a novice boxer when I first stepped into his garage ring in Brookings, Oregon (aka Harbor) in April 2004. Somehow I made it though three rounds, wobbly on my feet, but still standing. I wasn't sure if I'd boxed a man, or a force of nature.
However, what I did know was that he was two dreams of mine - lover and fighter - wrapped up in one irresistible, hot package. So I resolved to both love him back fiercely and punch him back hard and often!
Since then, he and I have clocked up hundreds of rounds together, bonding even closer with each torrid fight.
Experienced fighters who like a good, hard fight will get exactly that when they step into the ring with this ferocious boxer with a cast-iron jaw. For those just making their first forays into boxing, he is a professionally qualified and highly experienced coach. He runs popular boxing classes here in Adelaide at which I train and help out with instruction.
Of course, he gets the highest of all possible recommendations from his completely objective husband. I still have to pinch myself at times to believe I am married to a hot, fierce boxer who loves me so much he turned his life upside down to come and live with me Down Under. We are living the Boxing Dream together.
AussieBoxer is recommended by HarborFighter
AussieBoxer is the love of my life. He's my husband! I love him so much! We met on GlobalFight.com, of all places. We met in January of 2004. He was living in Australia, near Melbourne at that time, and I was living in southern Oregon in a tiny town called Harbor. We established a close connection online almost immediately and then just as quickly he decided to come visit me in Oregon! He arrived in early April that year and we have been together ever since. I had a ring set up in my garage in Harbor, and had become a local boxing coach for the neighborhood kids. I called my garage the Brookings-Harbor Fight Club. Rob and I gloved up almost immediately after his arrival. He had just begun training the year before, so he was at the beginning stages and was still learning his technique. He spent two weeks with me on that first trip of his to the US and we trained many hours each week. He got better and better, every time we boxed.
Now, years later, and after literally hundreds of rounds between us, AussieBoxer has learned his technique superbly and boxes like a pro. I am so proud of my hot husband. Hell...I am the luckiest man on earth. I am a boxer who is married to a boxer. We have a fantastic, awesome, and loving life together now. I love my southpaw!
HarborFighter is recommended by dailyplanet
One of the best training/ sparing sessions I have had. HarborFighter kindly gave me an 1hr training session when I visited his gym. He was passionate in boxing and gave me a lot help, particularly combos and defences. I would go to his class all the time if we weren't so far away. It was a pleasure to meet up.
dailyplanet is recommended by HarborFighter
This excellent young boxer came to my gym in Adelaide for a training session and some sparring. He showed himself to be quite proficient technically and I was able to teach him some very advanced combinations and defense techniques. He understood every drill immediately and I watched him improve within the single hour of coaching I gave him. He is the quickest study I've met in a very long time. He is fast on his feet and strong with his punches, which are concise and well-planned. I highly recommend meeting him for sparring and boxing. He is super! He is the real thing!
HarborFighter is recommended by mastersboxer
Tough, aggressive opponent. Had the pleasure of sparring with him on more than one occasion. A skilled boxer and a real nice guy to boot.
mastersboxer is recommended by HarborFighter
I met this great boxer in Florida when I was on my first big boxing trip around the United States way back in 2003. We met and boxed many rounds together. We subsequently met at an event in the Chicago area several times after that and always had great sparring and boxing. I can say without any reservations whatsoever that my sparring and boxing with him is the best I've ever experienced. He is a real man and a real boxer. And when I boxed him I felt that he brought out the best in me. It was a true bonding through the fight. If you get the chance to meet him, DO IT. He is absolutely THE BEST!
HarborFighter is recommended by tonyfigur
Harbor Fighter is an incredible coach. I learned a lot from him. Too bad he moved to Australia or I would have been happy to go from San Jose to Portland to train and spar with him.
HarborFighter is recommended by shorelineboxr
Had the good fortune to meet up with HarborFighter and LeftCross at the Boston-area boxing event they organized at a local ring. After such a long time of hearing great things and picking Harbor's brain about boxing via email, it was good to finally meet in person. Really enjoyed the rounds of sparring and opportunity to have him demonstrate some tactic/techniques. LeftCross was on the IR list this stop, but I appreciated the sage coaching he provided while sparring others. Outstanding boxers and coaches; great ambassadors with a love of the sport and a knack for teaching. Whether you're looking for coaching, competition or camaraderie: Highly recommended.
shorelineboxr is recommended by HarborFighter
Sean and I have been online pen pals since 2001. We've discussed everything. We've particularly gotten into the finer points of The Fight. We live and breathe to fight. We fight to live and breathe. We have gotten to know each other incredibly well. When we finally met this month in Hanover, Massachusetts, just south of Boston, we were able to connect physically. In the ring. Two men. Doing what men need to do. Fight. This was the most awesome experience of my FightOdyssey, a journey which took me around the world and into rings in London, Frankfurt, NY, Hanover in Massachusetts, Toms River in NJ, Alexandria in Virginia, Cincinnati in Ohio, and finally Los Angeles. After all our talk of boxing, the manly art, the sweet science, we traded leather like men do. Sean brought his power to me and I answered with the experience of years. We continued our communication...but through The Fight. Sean is a powerful man. He is a fighter. He is a boxer.
Sean and I will now continue our connection and I look forward to the day when I will see him again. Box him. Fight him. You do the same. You'll be a better man for having done it.
HarborFighter is recommended by SilverFoxFight
I was honored to have a round or two in the ring with Tom yesterday. He is a gentleman and a mentor to many! We kidded about him being a legend, but he really is! Thanks much, Tom, for arranging so many boxing meets for like-minded guys around the world. Deano
SilverFoxFight is recommended by HarborFighter
I just recently met Deano at an event I organized in Cincinnati. He is eager to box and eager to learn. I gave him some coaching tips and we sparred. The speed at which he soaks up information is amazing. He improved right in front of my eyes that afternoon. I was thoroughly impressed. He was great fun to coach and great fun to spar. Meet him, guys. You'll be glad you did!
HarborFighter is recommended by midwestboxer
If you have a chance to fight HarborFighter you should definitely take it! He is an amazingly gracious host and a blast in the ring. I've wanted to trade leather with this guy since I was 19 and he didn't disappoint.The events that HarborFighter and Leftcross organize encourage the fun and comradery that every event should aspire to replicate. I will glove up with this guy anytime I get the chance.
midwestboxer is recommended by HarborFighter
I met Chanse in Chicago several years ago at an event I helped organized. We did not get to box at that time but I KNEW he would be great in the ring as I watched him box other fighters. Finally, this year I got to get the gloves on with him and get in the ring. He was able to attend another event I organized, this time in Cincinnati as part of my around-the-world boxing trip. DAMN he's good. He hits HARD. But I like that. I like to feel the power and energy from the men I box. And this guy delivered. He is SO GOOD in the ring. He will go with any level. And more than with just about anybody else, I learned from him as I boxed him. We had a really fun time together while practicing this awesome sport of boxing. Meet him. Spar him. Box him. DEFINITELY!
HarborFighter is recommended by diggeroh
Great guy, skilled boxer and wonderful organizer. So looking forward for the day he comes through Cincinnati again.
diggeroh is recommended by HarborFighter
Dan is GREAT FUN to box. I loved my time in the ring with him. He is a tough man to fight. He and I had some good old-fashioned brawling in the ring. This man-to-man action is what it's all about and Dan gave me a good dose of it. I am very glad I met him at the event I organized in Cincinnati. If you get the chance, glove up with this man. You will be very glad you did!
HarborFighter is recommended by boxer1
It was great seeing Tom again. We haven't seen each other in 15 years. He's a great guy and a great teacher. He gave me a few pointers at the Cincinnati Fisticuffs that I have incorporated into my boxing routine. Looking forward to the next event and can't wait to box with you and Rob again soon!
boxer1 is recommended by HarborFighter
I first met Greg back in 2002. He was just getting started in his life of boxing. He was young and eager. Now I met him again after almost 15 years and WOW...he has grown up and become a man. He is a great guy. He is able to take my tips and immediately apply them in his sparring. He has improved in every way by leaps and bounds. I was in Cincinnati as part of my around-the-world FightOdyssey. I organized a boxing event there and Greg attended. He made the event so worthwhile for me by showing me his increased ability in the ring as well as his mature outlook on life...the life we all aim for as fighters...the life of a true, real boxer! I trained him. We sparred. He was GREAT. Meet him, spar him, box him. DEFINITELY!
HarborFighter is recommended by titledefense
Man this guy can go the distance with you and punch like there is no tomorrow. I am glad he and his husband (Leftcross) came to the Boston area for some sparring on their world wide trip. It was a great time and I had a blast getting back into the ring with him after 5 years. He is every bit as good as he was the past time I sparred him
The last time I met up with them,I sparred his husband but due to his recent injury, I did not get the chance. Rob is a great guy who coached me in regards to some of the combos that caught me off guard with the other fighters. He is a great guy who is very skilled and gave me some great advice.
Both of these guys are great in and out of the ring. I highly recommend catching up with them if you get the chance for sparring and/or just getting to know these two. I look forward to getting into the ring once again with them if the chance arises.
HarborFighter is recommended by pecs44
Kicked my ass, but what a great teacher! Learned so much from Tom about boxing as a sport as opposed to being part of the self-defense I have been used to learning. Thanks for a great session!
pecs44 is recommended by HarborFighter
I met pecs44 on my FightOdyssey. Boston was the 5th event of 9 that I'm hosting on this around-the-world boxing trip. It was awesome and I was fortunate to meet and box Harry, pecs44. He asked for some coaching advice from me as well and I was happy to work with him. He was able to practice new techniques very quickly and effectively and I was truly impressed. When we sparred, he was GREAT. He has explosive energy that is very powerful and he can effectively deliver punches. I recommend this boxer very highly.
HarborFighter is recommended by LehighPA
I just wanted to thank Tom for inviting me to the Boston leg of the world boxing tour. Tom, you are a good man and an excellent boxer and coach. I will remember to double jab from now on. I had an awesome time today and met some outstanding boxers today.
LehighPA is recommended by HarborFighter
I've been traveling the world and boxing guys in most of the cities I visit. I boxed in London and Frankfurt while in Europe. Then, in the US, Boston was my second stop, after boxing in NY. I hosted an event near Boston in the suburb of Hanover. I was fortunate to meet and box Matt at this event. He is a tough cookie in the ring and a super nice guy outside the ring. He hits HARD. But I LIKE that in a man. Oh yes. He also asked for some advice from me, since I am a boxing coach in Australia. He immediately was able to practice some new techniques and incorporate them well into his boxing. I thoroughly enjoyed boxing this guy. Meet him for some awesome sparring. You'll be glad you did.
HarborFighter is recommended by Ringerohr
Haborfighter is precisely what you can expect if you read his profile.
He fights hard and is not afraid of going into a clinch.
Outside the ring he is a nice guy.
He is worth meeting !
Ringerohr is recommended by HarborFighter
Peter is AWESOME. I love boxing him. He hits HARD. And a LOT. He is GOOD AND TOUGH. If you want a good hard fight, get in the ring with this man. He is such a nice guy out of the ring, too. I was just at the beginning of my boxing tour around the world. Frankfurt was my second stop. ALL the guys at this event were great. Peter was the greatest!
HarborFighter is recommended by Boxingmarco
Great guy. He and leftcross are putting on great events and I feel honored to had the possibility to help a bit in organizing one. Harborfighter is a real sportsman in the ring, perfect guy off the ring.
A lot of sportsmen were at the event, so we had only one round in the ring, I'm definitely longing for more. Hope we'll get the possibility. Thanks for visiting the Frankfurt area.
Boxingmarco is recommended by HarborFighter
Marco is the best. He opened his gym up to me and my husband, Left Cross, on our boxing trip around the world. He helped me host a boxing meet for boxers from Germany, Holland, and France. He is a true gentleman in and out of the ring. And DAMN he hits hard. But that is part of being a good sportsman and boxer. He can take a punch, too. Marco and I had some awesome rounds in the ring and I recommend him highly. Get in the ring with him. Glove up and box him. You will be glad you did!
HarborFighter is recommended by redlandguy
I finally got to meet the legendary harbor fighter in New York when he was visiting here. He is a good and patient boxing coach (even with big clunky guys like me) and I learned a lot from him. I don't know when I will see him again since Australia is kind of far but thanks for the lesson. I'd gladly meet again.
redlandguy is recommended by HarborFighter
I met Evan on my boxing trip across the US this July. He is the third guy named Evan that I have met, coached, and boxed in my years as a boxer and coach. Every boxer named Evan has proven to be a fierce opponent in the ring, and Evan Redlandguy was no exception. DAMN he packs a punch. He was a real highlight on my boxing odyssey this year, making the NY Boxing Before Burgers & Beer a real success. If you want some good, tough boxing, meet Evan in the ring. He's awesome...and he's the real thing!
HarborFighter is recommended by mdbxrwrslr
The inimitable HarborFighter; what can I write that hasn't already been written? Great guy, really fun to box with, can adapt to any skill level and willing to coach those with less experience. My thanks to him for including me in his latest tour, and look forward to gloving up with him again.
mdbxrwrslr is recommended by HarborFighter
I've been wanting to box Mike for a long, long time. I was finally able to glove up with him while on my third big boxing trip across the US. Mike was an awesome opponent. He has that fire inside him that I like in a boxer. He has excellent punching technique and great defensive skills. He's quick, sharp, and uses his southpaw style extremely well. I love to box. I love to punch a man. But I also love to feel another man's power as he punches back. I felt that power from Mike and had one of the best matches I've had in a long time. I recommend him highly. Get in the ring with him. Glove up with him and trade some leather. He's an awesome boxer he'll give you a great fight!
HarborFighter is recommended by Slugfest
Why oh why do Tom and Rob have to live almost 16,000 km away? I had the good fortune to have one on one training with Tom and he's an excellent teacher. He helped me to brush up on my punching, footwork and the old bob and weave. After only an hour I felt more confident and wanted to do more! Now I need to find a good place locally to train and build on what I've learned. Tom is a teacher you don't want to let down.
HarborFighter is recommended by wrestlerstud 69
Tom is nothing but the best. He is a highly skilled fighter, with a great fighter’s body, who came down to just a notch above my level to both challenge me and bring out the best of me in our bout. He taught me a lot about being a fighter – kind, honest, focused, and fun. He was great to get to know as a person, rather than a fighter, after the bout. If you have the chance to meet up with him, don’t pass it up.
wrestlerstud 69 is recommended by HarborFighter
I met Dave when I lived on the coast of Oregon. I was running my own boxing gym there. Dave and I chose to box out in my yard overlooking the Pacific Ocean, though. We had an awesome time together. Dave puts his heart and soul into boxing and when he boxed me I could tell he had some real skill. I had been teaching and coaching local guys at that time and it was a shot in the arm to have a guy come from out of town to box me. It felt GREAT. We sparred several rounds. Meet Dave if you have the opportunity. He's as real as they come.
HarborFighter Tom Webb
HarborFighter is recommended by BoxerCoachinmd
Thoroughly enjoyed meeting HarborFighter. He has good boxing skills and you can tell he's honed his skills over many years. He also has very good social skills and is fun in or out of the ring. Highly recommend meeting him if you have the chance.
BoxerCoachinmd is recommended by HarborFighter
Jack "The Hammer" is awesome. Gloving up and getting in the ring with him is a great experience. He just plain loves to box. He shares my love of the sport and of the bonding between two men when they fight. I just finished a 3-week boxing tour and he was my last opponent. Boxing Jack reminded me of why I do the sport. There's nothing like it. DAMN I loved my fight with him. If you get the chance, get in the ring with this guy...you'll be real glad you did!
HarborFighter is recommended by Glovesup
Aw man..one of my earliest encounters with another boxer and was I lucky it was Tom. Good boxer. Knows his stuff. Fun and intense.Didn't hook-up very often and been years since we met last but consider him to be in my top 3 of guys I've met which was LONG before this site ever existed..
HarborFighter is recommended by waboxer
I've boxed HarborFighter many times! Great skill and he loves to slug it out!
HarborFighter is recommended by Boxnmech
Boxed with Tom several times, good opponent and great guy. Miss smacking him around the ring ;-)
Boxnmech is recommended by HarborFighter
I had one of the BEST TIMES with Dave that I've ever had with any boxer in any ring. And I've boxed guys all over the world. When you meet a guy that matches you in so many ways...size, strength, ability, love of the sport, love of manhood in the ring...that meeting is AWESOME. Dave and I had several of those AWESOME experiences together in the ring. I look forward to gloving up with him again, the next time I come back to the US. When Dave and I are in the ring together, we are BROTHERS IN THE FIGHT...MEN BONDED THROUGH BOXING.
HarborFighter is recommended by RuffFightChallenge
I both wrestled and boxed Tom when we both lived in California. He's a great opponent and a wonderful guy. You can't go wrong with him!