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J Russell Peltz

Peltz was honored as the Outstanding Male Graduate in Journalism at Temple University in 1968.  He was working full-time on the sports desk of the Evening Bulletin during the summer after his junior year and throughout his entire senior year at Temple, but when he was held back from the boxing "beat" at The Bulletin, he decided that sports writing was not in his future. Instead, he decided to go into boxing promotion and let someone else write about him.

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Brittany “BAM” Rogers

Bam- Brittany Rogers, the youngest female boxing promoter in the USA starting out at the age of 22, has been an active licensed promoter in the state of Pennsylvania for two years. She is also licensed in the state of New Jersey as a matchmaker. 

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Michelle "RB" Rosado

Michelle Rosado is a is a lifelong boxing enthusiast and the face behind "The Raging Babe," a concept she has transformed into a thriving company, Raging Babe Events. Rosado gained notoriety in promoting several sold-out events in Arizona and is widely credited with revitalizing boxing in the Valley of the Sun and Tucson.

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Nick Pomilio

Pomilio has probably spent more time in airports than Charles Lindbergh.  As a bugle and trumpet player with the U.S. Army from 1965 yo 1967, Pomilio was chosen to play Taps at the memorial service of legendary US General Douglas MacArthur.  He also took part in the opening of the 1967 Rose Bowl Parade.  Pomilio worked for the US Postal Service from 1971 to 2003 before landing his current high-paying job with Peltz Boxing.  He attended Temple University--didn't everyone at Peltz Boxing--and he enjoys jazz, baseball and horse racing.

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Fred Jenkins

Jenkins is the longest tenured member of the staff.  He boxed three times for Peltz Boxing in the early 1970s, compiling a 2-1 record as a junior middleweight in fights at the Blue Horizon and Spectrum.  He retired to concentrate on training and managing fighters.  His prize pupil was North Philly lightweight Charlie "Choo Choo" Brown, who became the first IBF world lightweight champion in 1984.  Other standouts were Pennsylvania champs Marvin Garris (lightweight) and Rockin' Rodney Moore (junior welterweight).  Jenkins also managed and trained junior middleweight Sidney Outlaw and he managed, trained and developed current heavyweight contender Bryant Jennings. Others developed by Jenkins include David Reid, Zahir Raheem, Malik Scott and Jesse Hart.   

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Bryanna Carzo

Another Temple alum, class of 2011, Carzo has worked in several capacities at Peltz Boxing, but now is responsible for the purchasing and sales of Peltz Boxing ancillary items and memorabilia, including souvenir programs and T-shirts as well as old posters and programs.  Previously, she was the capable videographer of every single Peltz Boxing fight from prelim to main event for the last four years.  Away from boxing, she is a realtor for Berkshire Hathaway Home Services.   Carzo loves all sports and tries to attend most Temple home football games.  

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