“Helping our community to create better citizens.”
– Ken Goff
The Regina Boxing Club has been fostering excellence in amateur boxing, developing athletes into elite competitors, and mentoring vulnerable youth as young as seven years old since 1949. It is a community, built by the people who challenge themselves to sweat harder every time they walk into the gym, and stand in each other’s corners in and out of the boxing ring.
The Regina Boxing Club was founded by Ken Goff with the goal of, “helping our community to create better citizens.” Popularly known as Mr. Boxing, Ken pioneered Saskatchewan's boxing community, and was inducted into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in 1975. The Regina Boxing Club has not only been an escape from the streets, it has been a place where youth have developed into Olympians, national amateur and professional champions, and community builders. More than 6,000 youth and adults, ranging in age from seven to 64, have received fitness and athletic training from the Regina Boxing Club. Today, George Goff, Ken’s son and successor, and Pat Fiacco, Golden Gloves champion and two-type Olympic technical official, continue the legacy Ken created for the Regina Boxing Club, to keep kids off the streets and out of trouble.
George and Ken have been recognized for their commitments to amateur sport and athletic development with inductions into the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame in the Builder category. View Ken Goff's inductee profile. View George Goffs inductee profile.
The Regina Boxing Club has relocated to:
1400 McIntyre St.
Regina, SK S4R 2N1