Boxers who flourished under the tutelage of the fight game's 'Trainer of Champions'
Emanuel Steward, one of the most successful boxing trainers of all-time and mainstay behind the legendary Kronk Gym in Detroit, has died at the age of 68.
Lightweight Hilmer Kenty became Steward's first world champion in 1980 and, over the next three decades, Manny would act as trainer, mentor and - in his latter years - a guru to a total of 43 world champions. He was inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame in 1996.
As boxing mourns Steward's passing, we highlight some of the fighters who who flourished under the tutelage of the boxing's 'Trainer of Champions'.
Emanuel Steward was one of the best in the business of training boxers. There is a endless list of famous boxers to long to mention. He will be sorely missed. What a sad lost to the sport of boxing and to world of boxing too.
May he RIP.
Both sides of the pond will be raising a glass or two in honour of this great man. Detroit and the world famous Kronk gym will never be the same again. RIP legend
A true gentle man but with the ability to train a man to be a lion. The boxing world has truly
lost a legend. He will be forever remembered.
Another boxing great has left us.Your boxing knowledge wil never be surpassed. Rest in Peace Emanuel.
bless, may he be remembered for all boxing time as a good
coach and boxer.
he was a man and a trainer all in all he is missed by all even when we just see the fighters we dont pay much attetion to the people in the corner but he is mised in the fight world