Jose Cital

  • Trains the Champs
  • Low-key Chef
  • AKA “Profe"

Jose was introduced to boxing by his mother at the age of 5. She trained him, and as he got older began competing in amateur boxing both in Mexico and in the US.  He took time off after his teen years, and when he decided to return as an adult an illness forced him to retire his fight career. Because of his experience in the sport a friend asked him to start training his son, which is  how his journey as a trainer started. After a few more students and amateur titles, Jolene Blackshear  would give Jose his professional opportunity.

After only 3 fights together, they were able to win a world title, making him the youngest boxing trainer on San Diego history with a world champion at age 29. Jolene was inducted to the national boxing hall of fame in 2017 for her accomplishments the sport. In 2018, Jose made history once again as he became the first trainer in San Diego history to have both female and male world champions. His fighter, Jose Bolivita Uzcategui, became the IBF super middle weight champ of the world.

Jose uses his knowledge of boxing to help his students advance their skillset and from beginner to advanced.