Anthony McPhall was honored by Stevenson and Moses Boxing for Life for his commitment to the community.  The benefit, Ringside for a Cause, was held on Friday, November 15, 2019, in Glen Ridge, NJ.  The event was hosted by Stephanie Hutton.  CC Minton and Gregory Burrus co-chaired the benefit. 

In 2014, Anthony became the owner of Elite Heat Boxing which he inherited back from its original owner Coach Wali Moses.  Up until the age of 17, his son, Armani spent most of his time in the gym with his father. When not in the gym, Anthony and Armani would go to Penn Station and feed the less fortunate.  They went for their birthday's on April 1 and December 5. Like most teenagers, Armani decided to pull back and pursue other interests.  Unfortunately, a turn of event happens where Anthony learned that his son Armani expired on December 22, 2016.  Armani was only 19 years old.

In honor of Armani, Anthony still continues to go down to Penn Station.  But now, he travels with a team of boxers.  They hand out food, water, napkins, and spoons to those who are in need.  

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"Anthony McPhall embodies the strength of Stevenson and Moses Boxing our mission,"  said CC Minton, President Stevenson and Moses Boxing for Life.  "I'm excited to have Anthony as one of our honorees this year!"    

As the owner of Elite Heat Boxing, Anthony keeps the spirit alive in the gym.  He offers boxing to men and women and has trade-marked the brand.  Elite Heat sells its own brand of Elite water, boxing gloves, hand wraps, and other gear.  Anthony is a consultant to Fortune 500 companies while he continues to expand his business.

We honor Anthony and his love for his son Armani and the community in which they serve.

About Stevenson and Moses Boxing for Life

Stevenson & Moses Boxing For Life is a 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt organization committed to using boxing as a tool to teach camaraderie among peers in the community.  The organization's signature program teaches Olympic style boxing that provides participants with the skills necessary to become a contender in the Olympics for Boxing if they choose to do so.  The training provided athletes with the opportunity to build endurance and perseverance for the sport of their choice and believe that the work and experience in and of itself is an asset to one's life.  The goal is to offer boxing as a deterrent to bullying and gun violence by building character and responsibility for the community in which participants live.  Stevenson and Moses Boxing For Life, a viable force in the community, is the vision of Willie and Robyn Moses, along with their grandson Pro Boxer & 2016 Olympic Silver Medalist in Boxing Shakur Stevenson.