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JOE JOHNSON JR.
Joe Johnson Jr. took up boxing at the age of 12. He is a devoted man with two daughters, and strong ties to the community. He is very opinionated on the subjects of friendships, family, and self happiness. He chose the sport of boxing because of the hard work, and physical aspect as well as the metal challenges associated with the sport. This 5foot 6inch, right handed, lightweight from California has a genuine passion for this sport.
Joe has a pro record 24-6-2, He runs 7 to 8 miles 3 days a week and jumps rope for a hour everyday. When Joe is not boxing or training he spends his time counseling underprivileged children at local boy’s home and centers. He speaks to them on the subject of peer pressure, the ups and downs of life, setting goals, and sportsmanship. His passion for boxing is paralleled only by being a role model for young impressionable children and teens.
Although Joe Johnson Sr. lost a great bout with prostate cancer when Joe Jr. was just 16 years old, Joe Jr. still finds the strength to speak to not only young children but to everyone about reaching goals no matter what may come along.
Aside from being a great boxer and sportsmen Joe Johnson Jr. is a great role model. These attributes contribute to Joe’s self happiness; for without it he cannot help others reach their goals. Joe’s personal achievements and his life’s blunders will soon be available in a book form, for he is currently working on his first biography as he strives for his J3 fitness/ conditioning company to start its name for its self . He feel if it don’t happen he have something else to fall on and that’s working with kids something that will never stop is kid’s, I don’t know when but one day I hope to have a big house so when kid’s don’t have any where to go my door would be there waiting. I think god gave me a talent to help kid’s in always from being a big brother, friend, or father. I’m all ways there no matter what it’s hard to be a professional boxer when you have no one to support you in the mine but kids would always show support no matter what just by asking are you a boxer or have you been on t .v. the best one is did you fight mike Tyson .you got to love it and I do. Every day I’m fighting to be the best person I can be and role model for kids and I’m feeling all my dreams I’m studying sports management and going back for criminal justices for my master. I really feel all kids in every state need role models and not part time role models. If I was the mayor I would give the parents the jail time if there child do wrong one thing it would do is make the parents start taking care of there child and be part of there life a little more.
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