Unveiling the Sweet Science

About Your Trainer


Ricky Ray Taylor has been a pro-active member of the Boxing community since his first bout in 1982. Amidst ten-years of competition Taylor won numerous State and Regional Championship's amassing well over 100 bouts.

Ricky Ray TaylorFinally in 1989, a year after reaching the finals of the Regional qualification round for the '88 Olympic box-offs, he was granted a full-ride Athletic Scholarship to complete college while residing at the Olympic Education Center on the campus of Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan.

In 1992, Taylor became only the 2nd person in America to graduate from the OEC, having earned his BS in Speech Communications. Since his last competitive bout in 1993, Mr. Taylor's enthusiasm for boxing has manifested into various roles: he has held licenses with USA Boxing as a certified referee, judge, time-keeper, Master's boxer and now Boxing Trainer.

Currently, Ricky Ray motivates and instructs Boxing enthusiasts as a Boxing Trainer in New York City. He teaches the sport to white and blue collar professionals as well as competitive fighters, students, house-husbands & wives along with anyone who thirsts to learn the sweet science. Each and every BoxerDRILLZ-session overflows with HEAVY-DUTY-council and HIGHLY-RELEVANT-skills which can only be taught by a life-long warrior in the sport. 'nuff said.





Ricky Ray Taylor's Boxing Resume

2000 Present – Boxing Trainer, New York City

1997 – 2000 – Boxing Trainer, Gulfport, Mississippi

1993 – LAST FIGHT – Mobile, Alabama

1992 – Mississippi / Louisiana ABF Champion

1992 – BS Communications / NMU via USOEC

1991 – Wisconsin Golden Gloves Champion

1991 – Milwaukee Region Golden Gloves Champion

1990 – Wisconsin Golden Gloves Champion

1990 – Milwaukee Region Golden Gloves Champion

1990 – Michigan ABF Champion

1989 – Earned Boxing Scholarship

1988 – Finalist Eastern Pre-Olympic Regional Qualifiers

1987 – Mississippi Golden Gloves Champion

1987 – Mid-south Regional Golden Gloves Champion

1986 – Oklahoma Junior Olympic Champion

1985 – Mississippi Golden Gloves Champion

1985 – Mississippi Silver Gloves Champion

1985 – Southeast Regional Silver Gloves Champion

1984 – Mississippi Golden Gloves Champion

1984 – Mississippi State Junior Olympic Champion

1984 – Southern Regional Junior Olympic Champion

1983 – Mississippi Golden Gloves Champion




Get free updates about everything BOXING.