International Sports Union’s (ISU) boxing classes are geared towards athletes beginning from ages 8 and up. We have classes for amateurs as well as professionals. ISU’s main focus is to further advance the amateur boxers for the summer Olympic events. Head Coach Nshan Munchyan and Coach Ken Arutyunyan strive for helping your child set realistic goals and aspire to make those goals a reality.
ISU also has a boxing fitness program which allows boxers, young and old alike, to become more fit and healthy, to advance their boxing skills, and to learn the necessary self-defense techniques.
ISU’s boxing coaches have the highest level of expertise and training in amateur and professional boxing. ISU’s Boxing Head Coach, Nshan Munchyan, has been training since the age of 13. Coach Munchyan has successfully competed and earned highly respected titles such as multiple Armenian National Championships, European Championship in 1987, National USSR Championships in 1986,1987, and 1989, Russian National Championship in 1991, World Championship in 1993, the World Cup in 1994, and an Olympics participant in 1996.
Ferdinand Kerobyan, boxing student at ISU has recently won 2013 USA Regional Boxing Tournament in Chino, won 2013 Junior Olympic Championship in Mobile, Albama, and also won US National Pal Champion in Oxnard, CA. Additionally, Tigran Martirosyan became 2013’s Elite Level Adults finalist in World’s Desert Showdown Boxing Tournaments, and Gaggik Shahinyan won First Place in Junior level World’s Desert Showdown Boxing Tournament -2013.