Interview: Montell Griffin

December 12th, 2010

Montell Griffin stood on a box in his father's gym so he could reach the speedbag at age 6. He grew up in the sport, became a national amateur champ, and earned a spot on the 1992 U.S. Olympic Team that competed in Barcelona, Spain.

 This Chicago native went on to beat James Toney twice, and, through a DQ, hung the first loss on the record of Roy Jones Jr., the top pound-for-pound boxer of his day. Enjoy this terrific interview from The Rnigside Boxing Show of the top fighters of the 1990s.

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