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Espinoza Boxing Club was launched in 1991 by L.A. based businessman Frank Espinoza.

Espinoza, born and bred in East Los Angeles, was a tremendous fan of the sport and became a manager to further indulge his passion in boxing. After much hard work, discipline and astute business deals, he eventually went on to establish himself as one of the top boxing managers of his era.

His career gained steam between 2000 and 2007 when he crowned numerous world champions and the industry took notice.

Despite having other businesses to run, Espinoza took his duties as a manager seriously. After many achievements, praise from the industry and the media was inevitable.

He achieved an important distinction in 2007 when he was awarded Manager of the Year by the World Boxing Hall of Fame. He was also inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame.

After more than twenty years in the business and seven world champions, Espinoza has attained a great reputation for cultivating talent and guiding the careers of some of the most exciting fighters in the sport.

Among the world champions whose careers he's helped forge are Israel Vazquez, Abner Mares, Daniel Ponce De Leon, Martin “Gallito” Castillo, Enrique Sanchez, Isidro “Chino” Garcia and "Mighty” Mike Anchondo.

Espinoza has worked with the top boxing promoters in the world like Golden Boy Promotions, Top Rank and Gary Shaw Promotions.

He also played an important role in the making of the now legendary “boxing trilogy” between Israel Vazquez and Rafael Marquez which aired between 2007 and 2008 on the Showtime network.

Espinoza's management ability earned him further accolades from several respected print and internet boxing writers. In the September 2008 issue of Ring Magazine, he was praised for his handling of the career of world champion Israel Vazquez.

He was named manager of the year for 2012 by both maxboxing.com and espn.com for among other accomplishments, guiding Daniel Ponce De Leon to his second world title. He also led Abner Mares to the super bantam world championship (also Mares' second) and signed highly sought after Olympian Oscar Valdez. To top off the year, Espinoza obtained a nationally televised world title opportunity for Carlos Molina which was also Molina's highest pay day.

Along with managing the career of two division world champion and Showtime Bantamweight tournament winner, Abner Mares, he also manages two division world champion Daniel  Ponce De Leon.  Other talented and up and coming fighters he manages are, Ronny Rios, Antonio Orozco, Oscar Valdez, Carlos Molina, Luis Ramos and Abraham Lopez.

As the C.E.O. of Espinoza Boxing Club, Espinoza is committed to representing his fighters’ best interests at all times.

If you have any questions regarding our organization you may direct them to our C.E.O. Frank Espinoza by clicking here or email him at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Frank Espinoza is inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame along with World Welterweight champion Shane Mosley, C.E.O. of Golden Boy Promotions, Richard Schaefer and Promoters Don and Lorraine Chargin

Frank Espinoza is inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame along with World Welterweight champion Shane Mosley, C.E.O. of Golden Boy Promotions, Richard Schaefer and Promoters Don and Lorraine Chargin