Glenn Salud

  • Yoda and the Hulk combined into one human
  • Hustler
  • Mr. Fix-it
Glenn is well-known in professional boxing circles as a disciple of legendary Albert "Quick" Silva, Hawaii's "Hall of Famer" who brought world champions Andy Ganigan, Rolando Navarrete, Brian Viloria and Jesus "The Hawaiian Punch" Salud to their pinnacles. Glenn has also been connected to the sport of boxing since birth, being the brother and trainer of the WBA, NABF and WBO Super Bantamweight Champion, Jesus Salud.
Glenn Salud brought more than 20 years of boxing and coaching experience with him when he moved to San Diego and since has contributed immensely to the successes of local and national fighters and athletes. Among them are eight-time World Muay Thai and Kickboxing Champion John Wayne Parr, two-time World Muay Thai Champion, Melchor Menor, rising MMA star, Van Oscar Penovaroff, Mexico's National Muay Thai Champion, Luis Bio and The Boxing Club's own, US National Muay Thai Champion, Artem Sharoshkin.