Athlete Manager & Recruitment

Boxing is seemingly Bill's birthright, having come from a family of boxers that extends several generations, including his own two sons. He garnered regional tri-state success in the latter half of the 1990s. He primarily trained at the highly respected Joe Hand’s boxing gym and was coached by some of the city’s best, including Slim Jim Robinson, Buddy Osbourne, and George Benton. Bill’s career highlight was winning the North Philadelphia Tough Man competition in 1997.

In 2005, Bill relocated to Clearwater, FL. While there, he linked up with the Clearwater Boxing Gym, which was helmed by the former world heavyweight champion Tony “TNT” Tucker. While under Tony’s tutelage and mentorship, Bill found a new calling in life and transitioned to coaching. He did so for several years at the Clearwater gym.

In 2011, Bill moved back to the Philadelphia area and immediately immersed himself in the local athletics scene, most notably coaching for the Wardogs Athletics youth organization. Initially, the organization focused on football and baseball, mainly for at-risk youth. While serving as a football coach in 2013-14, the 15U football team won back-to-back national titles. With the Wardogs momentum in full swing, Bill initiated the Wardogs Boxing Club in 2013 along with attaining his USA Boxing accreditation.

Today, Bill is a dedicated coach working tirelessly to build a new generation of boxers, primarily out of Joe Hand’s boxing gym. One of which is Rafeal Slanger, a Philadelphia area prospect who won the Pennsylvania State Golden Gloves belt for light heavyweight in 2023.