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From left to right - Tiger Smalls,
Jesus Hernandez, Prince Tiger
Smalls, and Al Gomez
After his battle with Jesus Toro (R), Prince Tiger
Smalls (L) has his arm raised in victory.
Photo Credit: Jim Wyatt
After his nonstop battle with Raul Meza (L), Johnny
Rivera (R) has his arm raised in victory.
Photo Credit: Jim Wyatt
September 17, 2011

USA Amateur Boxing Show
at Four Points
by Sheraton Hotel

Bout #2 featured
Johnny Rivera.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/
results-from-usa-amateur-
boxing-show-at-four-points-
by-sheraton-hotel/
The winner of Bout #2, Johnny Rivera,
has his photo taken with his coaches.
Photo Credit: Jim Wyatt
T I G E R   S M A L L S   B O X I N G,  San Diego, California
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TIGER SMALLS BOXING
August 20, 2011

Victory Outreach Church’s USA
Amateur Boxing Show

Bout #1 featured Prince Tiger Smalls,
against Bruce Ntwari who recently
joined the United States Institute of
Amateur Athletes Boxing Team.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/
results-from-victory-outreach-
churchs-usa-amateur-boxing-
show-part-1/
Boxing great Fernando Vargas (C)
congratulates winner Prince Tiger Smalls (R)
and his opponent Bruce Ntwari (L).
Photo Credit: Jim Wyatt
May 28, 2011

USA Amateur Boxing
at San Diego Combat Academy

San Diego Combat Academy
hosted their 1st
USA Amateur Boxing Show.

http://www.sportofboxing.
com/usa-amateur-boxing-
at-san-diego-combat-academy-
part-i/
Riccy Hood (l) and Salvador Alvarez (r),
the eventual winner of Bout #2,
await the judges' decision.
Photo Credit: Jim Wyatt
Under the watchful eye of Tiger Smalls,
Johnny Rivera vs. Gabriel Quinones.
Tiger Smalls throws a BIG
Halloween Party!
Tiger Smalls and
Prince Tiger Smalls
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TIGER SMALLS BOXING
July 7, 2012

In Bout #9, Mulapi Estani of the Tiger
Smalls Boxing Team, joined here by
Prince Tiger Smalls working his
corner, got the victory over Gerardo.
The final bout featured Jason Rivera
going up against a former sparring
partner, Oscar Hernandez, from the
Rhino’s Boxing Gym in Vista.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/usa-
amateur-boxing-results-from-legacy-
training-center/
December 16, 17 and 18, 2011

Boxers for Christ National
Championship in Escondido.

Bout #17 featured Johnny Rivera
against Raul Meza of the Alliance
Training Center in the semifinals of
the 130 pound (lightweight)
Novice category.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/
2011-boxers-for-christ-national-
championship/
December 16, 17 and 18, 2011

Boxers for Christ National
Championship in Escondido.

In Bout #18 Prince Tiger Smalls faced
Jesus Toro of the U. S. Marine Boxing
Team on Camp Pendleton in the
semifinals of the 130 pound
(lightweight) category.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/
2011-boxers-for-christ-national-
championship/
November 25, 2011

In Los Angeles

Jesus' 2nd
Professional Bout
against Oscar Diaz.

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September 1, 2012

Saturday, September 1, 2012, was yet
another momentous day in the long
history of USA Amateur boxing history
in San Diego - taking on challengers
from both the Coachella Valley and Las
Vegas at the San Diego Combat
Academy in Mission Valley. Great match
ups and great efforts!

http://www.sportofboxing.com/
championship-belts-on-the-
line-at-san-diego-combat-academy/
October 27, 2012

TIGER SMALL ANNUAL
HALLOWEEN HAVOC!

USA Boxing Show at
San Diego Combat Academy’s
Newest Location


http://www.sportofboxing.com/usa-
boxing-show-at-san-diego-
combat-academys-newest-location/
George Cunanan poses for a photo with
coaches Danny “Dynamite� Perez
and Priest “Tiger� Smalls
Day Three: December 16, 2012
2012 USA Amateur Boxers for Christ Tournament

Bout #5 was a Finals matchup in the 132 pound Novice Group
between Wilson Guzman of Grace Boxing in Palmdale, CA and
Mulapi Estani of the Tiger Smalls Boxing Team, San Diego.
If you ever want to get technical and look at a bout through a
coach’s eyes, close your eyes and listen to the calm
narration offered by Tiger Smalls, Estani’s coach. At the
break and during each round, he paints a picture for his
boxer, a clear, colorful account. Try it.

“Mulapi, it’s a dog fight! You got to get in there and
work! Tie him up! That’s it! You’re going to win by
wearing this cat down. There you go! There you go, baby!
Don’t let him breathe! Jab, jab, two, three. It’s music to
my ears.�

If you were to take Smalls away from Mulapi, he’d likely go
on a losing streak. It would be like an orchestra without its
conductor. On Sunday, Smalls had Mulapi in his groove and
regardless of what Guzman tried, Mulapi had an answer, an
answer that came from Smalls.
December 14, 15 & 16, 2012
2012 USA Amateur Boxers for Christ Tournament
Featured:
Kimberly Deede 123lbs
Malapi E 132lbs
Johnny Rivera 132lbs
Riccy Hood 141lbs
Mike Serecino 165lbs
Very proud of everyone that competed...
Good year for Tiger Smalls Boxing & SDCA!

Day One:
http://www.sportofboxing.com/2012-
boxers-for-christ-national-tournament-
opening-day-coverage/

Day Two:
http://www.sportofboxing.com/day-two-
results-2012-boxers-for-christ-national-tournament/

Day Three:
http://www.sportofboxing.com/wrap-up-
of-the-2012-boxers-for-christ-national-tournament/
September 5, 2010

Lakeside, California

USA Amateur Boxing

http://www.sportofboxing.com/
usa-amateur-boxing-results-
lakeside-september-4-part-ii/
October 31, 2009

Tiger Smalls
“Halloween Havoc�

Amateur Boxing Tournament

http://www.examiner.com/article/
tiger-smalls-boxing-tournament
-a-rousing-success
April 22, 2010

Prince Tiger Smalls follows
in his Dad's footsteps.

Amateur Boxing Tournament

http://www.examiner.com/article/
prince-tiger-smalls-follows-his-
dad-s-footsteps
Saturday, the San Diego Combat Academy hosted the
latest LBC 44 USA Amateur Boxing show. Attendees
were treated to five exciting bouts, great food and of
course there were several big name boxers, ex-
boxers in house – Danny “Dynamite� Perez,
who coaches at Art of Eight, Priest “Tiger�
Smalls from the host gym and Emanuel “The
Renegade� Robles who was on hand to coach a
boxer from Old School Boxing. Also, Jeff Dotseth
(the jester half of the Dave & Jeff radio duo) sat
ringside.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/san-diego
-combat-academy-features-
highly-competitive-matches/
WEIGH-IN JULY 24, 2013
FIGHT JULY 25, 2013

At the conclusion of their weigh-in for Thursday night’s
fight, Christian Cartier (left) and Prince “Tiger� Smalls
(right) pose for photos.

The Prince weighed-in at 126lbs !!!

Four Points Sheraton 8110 Aero Drive
San Diego, Ca.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/weigh-ins-
complete-for-bobby-d-presents-
san-diego-fights/
“Mano a Mano� Saturday boxing show at the
Escondido Swap Meet
Saturday, September 21, 2013

http://www.sportofboxing.com/results-from-
saturdays-boxing-show-at-the-escondido-
world-market-place/

Weigh In for 22 year old Johnny Rivera of the San Diego
Combat Academy, a member of the Tiger Smalls Boxing Team.

http://www.sportofboxing.com/mano-a-
mano-saturday-boxing-
show-at-the-escondido-swap-meet/
PRINCE WINS
CONGRATULATIONS!

"Cupul had no chance against Prince Tiger Smalls."
November 21, 2013

http://www.examiner.com/article/
crowne-plaza-hanalei-hotel-hosts-final-bobby-d-presents-
show-of-2013

http://www.sportofboxing.com/story-lines-
aplenty-from-latest-bobby-d-presents-boxing-show/
Prince “Tiger� Smalls is shown with his father Tiger
Smalls at the conclusion of a recent show in Tijuana, B. C.,
Mexico.

Photo: Jim Wyatt

February 28, 2014

http://www.sportofboxing.com/san-diego
-to-host-robles-vs-ugas-for-the-
wbc-latin-championship/
ANOTHER WIN!

San Diego featherweight Prince “Tiger� Smalls (4-0-1)
having little to no problem defeating Tijuana’s Victor
Serrano (2-3).

In the opening round, Smalls led off with three bell-ringers and
finished the round with an impressive flurry. To his credit,
Serrano was extremely resilient and at no point did he show
signs of caving in.

After going toe-to-toe with Smalls to close out round two,
about 25-30% of the crowd became very vocal and started
cheering for the underdog, as if were a contest of David
versus Goliath. Aside from the rare occasion when he did land
a brief one-two combination, this fight was in the Smalls’
column most of the way. The three scores of 40-36 for Smalls
will attest to that.

May 15, 2014

http://www.sportofboxing.com/20910/