After beginning boxing at age 7 at Lubbock, a relatively small city in West Texas, Robert Brewin began competing at age 9 under the tutelage of his Irish Grandfather all the way from the Silver Gloves in the 80s, garnering several medals in the Light Flyweight, Flyweight and Bantamweight Divisions, plus becoming a quarter finalist at two Golden Gloves then finally a win at the 1995 Men’s Amateur World Championships in Moscow, Russia.

Known for his footwork, in fighting and massive power, having several wins by stoppage; many thought that he would qualify for the Olympics but he an academic scholarship during college to maintain, plus was a sportsman in plenty of fields. He also competed after Grad School a few times.

Through news sites we have traced the former fighter and found that he has founded a powerful force in the industry in the Philippines, Empire Boxing and we were able to manage a quote “There are so many ways to keep boxing in your life and this is my path, no regrets just happiness, helping other boxers” says the 39 year old.

There are myriad paths athletes can decide on, but for Brewin, he’s has his sights focused on building others fight or fitness dreams.