- Eric Carr (boxer)
Eric Carr (born
January 26, 1975), is an American professional Heavyweight boxer.
Carr’s amateur boxing career began at the impressionable age of 14. His amateur career produced a remarkable record of 56 wins with 6 losses. His powerful right punch grabbed the 1993
Golden Gloveschampionship, as a Light Heavyweightat the Chapa's Arena in Houston, Texasagainst David Costa. Carr is a stylish right hand boxer that punches with power. Carr has sparred with boxing champions, including seven time world MiddleweightChampion Tommy "Hit Man" Hearns, [ [http://www.eastsideboxing.com/news.php?p=1641&more=1 News @ East Side Boxing] ] the former WBC Continental Middleweight Champion Kid Fire Parks, [ [http://www.poz.com/articles/257_1836.shtml Kid Fire fight @ POZ.com] ] and 1984 Olympics medal winner Frank Tate, [ [http://www.wbarecords.com/files/detalles.asp?boxeadores=8539 Frank Tate @ WBA Records.com] ] the former world Middleweight Champion.
Carr credits training camp experiences with trainer Johnny Powell for his finely tuned boxing skills. Powell served as co-trainer with
Eddie Futch, known for his work with Michael Spinksand Leon Spinks. Carr also trained with former Golden Gloves and world Light Heavyweight champion Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, [ [http://www.njboxinghof.org/cgi-bin/henryseehof.pl?18 Eddie Mustafa Muhammad @ NJ Boxing Hall of Fame.com] ] and David Parks, the architect of Lamar “Kid Fire” Parks. Carr has won bouts in New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston. He has fought on a card produced by Fight to the Finish Productions.
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