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ROY JONES JR speaks on the passing of Legendary Boxing Trainer ANGELO DUNDEE (BoricuaBoxing.com)

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Uploaded on Feb 3, 2012

http://BoricuaBoxing.com - Damon Gonzalez of LatinBox Communications caught up with former world champion, Roy Jones, Jr. to hear his thoughts on the passing of legendary boxing trainer, ANGELO DUNDEE who passed away on February 1st, 2012 in Tampa, FL. He was 90.

FUNERAL SERVICES
Services will take place on Friday, February 10th, at the Countryside Christian Center located at McMillen Booth Road in Clearwater, Florida. Viewing from 10AM followed by a noon funeral. Muhammad Ali will attend.

Born in Philadelphia, Dundee moved to New York following World War II and learned from many of the great trainers at Stillman's Gym. He eventually relocated to Miami Beach and was the chief trainer at the world-renowned 5th Street Gym. Dundee went on to guide 15 world champions including Ralph Dupas, Jimmy Ellis, Michael Nunn and Hall of Famers Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, Carmen Basilio, George Foreman, Sugar Ramos, Jose Napoles, Luis Rodriguez and Willie Pastrano. Dundee served as technical advisor for the film Ali in 2001. He also prepared Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe for his role in the 2005 boxing film Cinderella Man. Dundee was named Manager of the Year by the Boxing Writers Association in 1968 and 1979 and was also the recipient of their James J. Walker Award for Long and Meritorious Service to Boxing in 1996.

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