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Moses Droz

Moses Droz was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico.  He starting his boxing training at age 25, and turned pro 1999 under his 1st trainer Angel Rosa in Tampa, FL. He then had the luxury of training under Jimmy Williams, the head trainer of Antonio Tarver.

In 2000 Moses fought his 6th pro fight on HBO’s Boxing International at Caesar’s Palace, Las Vegas on the under card for Sugar Shane Mosley and Shannon Taylor. Later he fought under Pete Fernandez in Tampa appearing on ESPN’s Boxing. Under Fernandez, his stable mates included Edner Cherry and Nate Camble. This was the same camp as  the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Armature Boxers Jeff Lacey and Jermaine Taylor. Moses was then chosen to be Andrew Golota’s sparring partner in Vero Beach, Fl. Droz helped put together the “Boxing for Fitness” program at Pete Fernandez’s “Fight Factory” in Tampa, Fl.  There Moses helped train many people from all walks of life including Pro Baseball Player Ozzie Canseco.  Moses’ last pro fight was in Boise, Idaho at the Court Olean Hotel with George Forman’s son as the under card.  Later in 2010 Moses came to Gulf Coast to help out with the Deep Horizon oil spill working for BP.  Here is was reunited with his Las Vegas trainer James “Golden Fist” Sisco.  Moses since has resumed his training under James Sisco and Sifu Chris Damiano as he gets ready fro his next bout. 2011 Droz became Roy Jones Jr’s sparring partner in preparation for Jones’ fight in Russia.   Moses Droz is teaching “Boxing for Fitness” and training fighters one on one out of Centerline Martial Arts.