Maple Avenue Boxing Gym

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Maple Avenue Boxing Gym, 2525 Butler St. Dallas, Texas 75235 Map


MON-THURS: 1pm - 8pm
FRI: 11am - 6pm
SAT: 9am - 1pm
SUN: Closed


Basic Gym Membership requires a $20 initiation fee and $80 a month thereafter. Membership gives you access to the gym and equipment, plus *instruction and assistance as needed during the following hours:

Regular Business Hours:
Mon-Thurs: 1pm-8pm (*Floor trainers 5-7pm)
Friday: 11am-6pm (*Floor Trainers 3-5pm)
Saturday: 9am-1pm (*Floor Trainers 10am-12pm)

*Floor Trainers available for instruction during specified hours

The rate for Cross Box Classes is $150 a month.

Gym membership is included with this package.
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Maple Avenue Boxing Gym was founded in 2009 by a group of passionate boxing enthusiasts. We are proud to have become the premier boxing gym in Dallas. Former Olympian Errol Spence, Jr. trains here. Visiting pros know they can come to Maple Avenue for quality sparring. Major boxing media events are regularly held in our gym. Past events include Emanuel Steward’s Boxing Clinic, media workouts showcasing Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions fighters including Juan Diaz, Rocky Juarez, Brian Vera and James Kirkland and Top Rank’s Roberto Marroquin and Alex Saucedo. - See more at:


Maurice "Mighty Mo" Hooker poses for a portrait at the Maple Avenue Boxing Gym on Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Dallas. Hooker will fight for the vacant WBO NABO Junior Welterweight Championship Title on Friday at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.


Jesus Chavez
A renowned former champion, Jesus “El Matador” Chavez is the former NABF, WBC Super Featherweight and IBF Lightweight Champion.

Son of boxer, renown trainer and California Boxing Hall of Fame inductee, “Bumpy” Parra, Vince Parra had an impressive amateur record, compiling 44 fights and earning the San Diego Regional Championship honors in 1997, 1998 and 1999. He was also a two-time champion at the Mario Torres Invitational Tournament and second in the 165 lbs. division in that same tournament in Porto, Italy. Turning pro in 1999, Vince fought as a light middleweight in 11 fights over a five year span before retiring from the ring to focus on a career in training.

Sultan Ali started boxing in 1964 after he saw the close circuit Ali vs. Liston fight in a theater. After a brief amateur career, he helped coach his son who was beaten up at school at the Archie Moore gym in Chicago. As part of the Freedom Fighters, he marched with Dr. King and other high-profile civil rights leaders of that era. In 1968, after Dr. King was assassinated, Sultan Ali became a devout Muslim. In 2002, Mr. Ali moved to Dallas and joined Maple Avenue Boxing in 2010. His favorite fighter is Muhammed Ali and he had the pleasure of meeting him on many occasions throughout the years.

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