NICKNAME: THE GHOST | DIVISION: SUPER BANTAMWEIGHT | BIRTH PLACE: CALIFORNIA | STANCE: ORTHODOX
George Navarro started boxing at the age of 8, finding a natural fit to accompany his anger issues which were mixed with an over active personality.
Boxing became his solace, a place he felt at home, one which he pinned hopes on moulding him into a future world champion in the years to follow with endless possibilities that go hand in hand.
A life of crime constantly lingering in the background, his main objective is to try and take his mother out of the hood which threatened to devour him in a life that would have seen him walk a very different path than the one he walks today.
Moving around a lot, food a constant worry, it’s safe to say George didn’t have the most privileged or stable of upbringing but would help produce a fighter.
His home life may be a little insecure, his boxing continued to flourish, in an amateur career of 30 contests, he lost only three times on his way to becoming a two-time national champion and taking a Pre-Olympic National Silver medal.
Down but Never out, The Ghost is climbing his way up the division on route to give champions the freight of their lives.
PROFESSIONAL RECORD – 1-0-0 (0 KO’s)
NAVARRO SHINES AGAINST PACHECO
AS Boxing Arena, Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico – “The Ghost” is the nickname in which George Navarro goes by for his ring moniker, living up to such with a performance which gave Elias Pacheco nightmares in his decision loss. Navarro a two-time national champion had too much at his disposal for the duration of the contest, one to certainly keep an eye on with a future of much promise.