Curt McCune (born August 2, 1960), from Homewood (Birmingham), Alabama, is a former amateur boxer and 4-time State of Alabama amateur boxing champion, and was the 1994 International Law Enforcement Games Boxing Champion at 193 lbs. McCune is a current private coach and trainer for amateur and professional boxers.

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  • Curt McCune (born August 2, 1960), from Homewood (Birmingham), Alabama, is a former amateur boxer and 4-time State of Alabama amateur boxing champion, and was the 1994 International Law Enforcement Games Boxing Champion at 193 lbs. McCune is a current private coach and trainer for amateur and professional boxers. McCune, named the most outstanding boxer at the 1986 Alabama Sports Festival, was nationally ranked as an amateur boxer and retired from competition in 1994 with a record of 55-3; plus over 25 exhibition bouts (no decision rendered). Notably, he has trained with referee Richard Steele at the Sugar Ray Leonard Nevada Partners Center in Las Vegas. McCune owned Champions Boxing Gym in Birmingham, AL from 2001 to 2008, where he produced over 25 state and regional amateur boxing champions. McCune was named the outstanding coach at the 2004 USA Boxing Southeastern Regional tournament. McCune is a licensed professional boxing trainer and registered Level II coach with USA Boxing. He currently trains professional boxer Michael Gibbons, whom he trained as an amateur. Gibbons won the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Alabama State Golden Gloves titles, and the 2005 Southeastern Association Championship. Gibbons, known in the ring as "The Godfather", made his professional debut in 2007 at a professional show in Tennessee. Gibbons fought in ten bouts from 2007 to 2013 and retired with a record of 5-3-2. McCune also trained Brad Ginn, a state and regional amateur champion at 201 lbs, who won a decision in the 201 lb. Open Class Division at the 2006 Alabama Golden Gloves over 2008 US Olympic bronze medalist and WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder. McCune appeared as an extra in the 2002 short film Johnny Flynton. The film received an Academy Award nomination for "Best Short Live Action Film". McCune is a former United States Marine and a 20-year law enforcement veteran with the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office. He is a licensed professional boxing trainer and registered Level II coach with USA Boxing and resides in Birmingham, Alabama. (en)
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  • Curt McCune, right, winning the 1986 ASF Championship at 178 lbs.
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  • Curt McCune (born August 2, 1960), from Homewood (Birmingham), Alabama, is a former amateur boxer and 4-time State of Alabama amateur boxing champion, and was the 1994 International Law Enforcement Games Boxing Champion at 193 lbs. McCune is a current private coach and trainer for amateur and professional boxers. (en)
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