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  1. Teddy Atlas - Wikipedia

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    Theodore A. " Teddy " Atlas Jr. (born July 29, 1956) is an American boxing trainer and fight commentator.

    • Early life

      The son of a doctor, Atlas grew up in a wealthy area of...

    • Career

      Atlas trained as an amateur boxer with Hall of Fame trainer...

    • Personal life

      Atlas is married to Elaine, with whom he has two children:...

    • Honors

      Atlas has been inducted into the New Jersey Boxing Hall of...

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      Constantine "Cus" D'Amato (January 17, 1908 – November 4,...

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  2. Teddy Atlas – Wikipedia

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    Theodor A. „Teddy“ Atlas Jr. (* 26. Juli 1956 in Staten Island, New York City) ist ein amerikanischer Boxtrainer und Fernsehkommentator.

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  4. Teddy Atlas — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    The son of a doc­tor, Atlas grew up in a wealthy area of Staten Is­land, New York City, New York. His mother, Mary Riley Atlas, was a for­mer con­tes­tant in the Miss Amer­ica pageant sys­tem, as well as a model. His fa­ther was of Hun­gar­ian Jew­ish an­ces­try and his mother of Irish de­scent. Atlas was raised in his mother's Catholic faith and spent sum­mers in Spring Lake, New Jer­sey, with his fam­ily's friends. By his own ad­mis­sion, Atlas had a some­what trou­bled, re­bel­lious youth. He dropped out of school and was ar­rested sev­eral times. He par­tic­i­pated in an armed rob­bery and served time on Rik­ers Is­land. Atlas was in­volved in a street fight in Sta­ple­ton, Staten Is­land, in which his face was se­verely slashed with a "007" flick knife. The wound took 400 stitches in total to close, with 200 on the out­side of his face and 200 on the in­side. The at­tack left him with a dis­tinc­tive scar.

    Boxing trainer

    Atlas trained as an am­a­teur boxer with Hall of Fame trainer Cus D'Amato. He had some am­a­teur fights and won a 135-pound Golden Gloves title but had to turn to work as a trainer due to a back injury. Atlas was an as­sis­tant to D'Amato, al­though his role in the Catskill Box­ing Club was short-lived. In 1980 he trained Swe­den Olympic Box­ing Team for 1980 Sum­mer Olympics. His du­ties in­cluded as­sist­ing in the train­ing of D'Amato's teenage protégé Mike Tyson. How­ever, Atlas left the...

    Sportscasting

    Atlas served as a com­men­ta­tor for ESPN, for­merly for ESPN2's Fri­day Night Fights and Wednes­day Night Fights and later for ESPN's Pre­mier Box­ing Cham­pi­ons fights. On Jan­u­ary 25, 2008, Atlas was sus­pended by ESPN twice, once for threat­en­ing a crew mem­ber and once (for one week) after con­fronting the net­work's box­ing pro­gram di­rec­tor, Doug Loughrey. Atlas ac­cused Loughrey of show­ing fa­voritism to cer­tain pro­mot­ers and match­mak­ers, who were abus­ing their ESPN con­ne...

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    In 1989 he was part of the cast and the crew in movie Tri­umph of the Spirit which por­trayed the story of Salamo Arouch Jew­ish Greek boxer who sur­vived the Holo­caust by box­ing (over 200 bouts) for the en­ter­tain­ment of Ger­man Nazi of­fi­cers in Auschwitz Con­cen­tra­tion Camp. Atlas played the role of Klaus Sil­ber, main an­tag­o­nist in the movie. He was also a box­ing con­sul­tant for William Dafoe.

    Atlas is cur­rently mar­ried to Elaine, with whom he has two chil­dren: Teddy III and Nicole. In 1997, he founded the Dr. Theodore Atlas Foun­da­tion to honor the mem­ory of his fa­ther. The foun­da­tion awards schol­ar­ships and grants to in­di­vid­u­als and or­ga­ni­za­tions. Atlas pub­lished his au­to­bi­og­ra­phy, Atlas: From the Streets to the Ring: A Son's Strug­gle to Be­come a Man, in 2006. The book cov­ers many dif­fer­ent pe­ri­ods of Atlas's life and com­pares his po­si­tion as trainer to a role as a fa­ther.

    Atlas has been in­ducted into the New Jer­sey Box­ing Hall of Fame and was in­ducted into the Staten Is­land Sports Hall of Famein 2005.

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  5. Teddy Atlas Biography, Net Worth, Age, Height, Dating!

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    Apr 19, 2021 · Teddy Atlas Wiki/Profile Name/Famous as Teddy Atlas Occupation Sportscaster Born New York Country/Nationality New York Birthday July 29, 1956 Horoscope Leo Age 63 years old Other Name Teddy, Atlas Teddy Atlas Net Worth, Biography, Age, Height, body measurements, family, career, Income, Cars, Lifestyles & many more details.

  6. Jan 06, 2019 · Theodore A. Atlas Jr., known as Teddy Atlas is an American boxing trainer and fight commentator, who also worked as a ringside analyst for PBC on ESPN. Besides, he has served as a ringside analyst for ESPN2 Friday Night Fights and also worked as a contributor on SportsCenter and ESPNEWS.

  7. Teddy Atlas Wiki, Biography, & History - 2021

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    Mar 28, 2021 · Teddy Atlas Event Admin March 28, 2021 5 min read In September 2018 Atlas agreed to coach Oleksandr Gvozdyk for upcoming struggle with Adonis Stevenson on December 1, 2018 in Montreal for WBC and lineal gentle heavyweight titles.

  8. Donny Lalonde - Wikipedia

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    Teddy Atlas' book revelation. In 2006, Teddy Atlas published his autobiography, Atlas: From the Streets to the Ring: A Son's Struggle to Become a Man. In the book, he revealed that he came close to murdering Lalonde. "When he made six million for Leonard, it tore me up," Atlas wrote. "It made me murderous."

  9. Teddy Atlas - Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Height, Facts 2020!

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    Boxing star Teddy Atlas is the greatest boxer in the history of the sport, and that success has made the superstar a wealthy athlete. He was born on 29th July 1956, in Staten Island, New York City, New York, United States. He is currently 64 years old. He lives at Staten Island, New York City, New York, United States with his family.

  10. Teddy Atlas and similar people | Frankensaurus.com

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    20th century American boxing trainer and cornerman. Internationally known for his work with Muhammad Ali (1960–1981), he also worked with 15 other world boxing champions, including Sugar Ray Leonard, José Nápoles, George Foreman, George Scott, Jimmy Ellis, Carmen Basilio, Luis Manuel Rodríguez and Willie Pastrano.

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