The ladies boxers of Gleason’s Gym- a photo essay

Tim Knox inspected New Yorks famous Gleasons Gym to photograph some of the six female macrocosm endorses who train there and find out about what motivates them and some of their fellow female regulars at the establishment

In 1982, Bruce Silverglade, in his 30 s at the time, is entered into partnership with Ira Becker, the second largest owner of Gleason’s gym. Ira was in his 70 s.

Silverglade pronounces:” I came from an age where elders were to be respected. I had a great deal of respect for Ira and mostly left the main decisions up to him. During this time, there was a lot of filming at the gym and a lot of the women on the crews wanted to try boxing civilize. More and more wives were expecting and Ira refused to allow the women to teach .”

Bruce Bruce Silverglade, proprietor of the gym and spouse Jo Ellen Van Ouwerkerk, who is a surrealist master in New York.
Inside the gym at Water Street, Brooklyn.
Ronica Jeffrey is the International Women’s Boxing Federation world super-featherweight champion.
Keisher “Fire” McLeod, current WIBA world champion and four-times Golden Glove champ, poses in the gym and, below, is helped with her education by her partner Tayshawn Autry.

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