CEO Richard Quiñones

 

Richard in Canada
Richard in Gatineau, Canada.

An award-winning sports broadcaster for over 17 years, Quiñones is a rising Blow-by-Blow voice for boxing and is quickly establishing himself as one to watch in the boxing game for his unique and passionate broadcasting and interviewing style.

He is currently creator and CEO of Journeymen Boxing and host of “Double Jab Radio” on JMB TV. He is also the exclusive broadcast partner of USA Mid-Atlantic Amateur Boxing, New Jersey Golden Gloves and freelance lead blow-by-blow voice for various online outlets as well as TV, including the Comcast Network, Comcast Sportsnet and SNY in New York.

Richard is also host of “The Warm-Up” on 97.3 ESPN FM Radio in South Jersey weekdays from 1-2PM. He makes it a point to talk MMA and Boxing on a weekly basis with his listening audience and has recently interviewed Keith Thurman, Danny Garcia, Antonio Tarver, Steve Cunningham, Jessie Vargas, Derrick Webster, Al Bernstein and UFC standout Eddie Alvarez just to name a few.

In close to two years of being GFL.TV’s exclusive boxing voice for the East Coast, Richard has called over 250 bouts, including several regional title bouts, the 87th & 88th Annual New York Daily News Golden Gloves, the 2015 New Jersey Golden Gloves Finals and the first ever All-Pro female boxing card in North American history, where he was personally handpicked by Nordic Coliseum Women’s Boxing Promoter David Damphouse.

In 2015, he was nominated for several various broadcasting awards for his TV work by the Delaware Press Association, where he took home 1st place and second place in many categories. He captured second place for “Best Sports Podcast” nationally via the NFPW.

He has hosted GFL’s Combat Sports Live show and was also lead blow-by-blow voice for CFFC MMA and CFFC.tv where he called several high-profile title fights.

Richard is a huge advocate for retired boxers to get assistance as well as Women’s Boxing. In the summer of 2014, he called Tori Nelson’s WIBA title fight against Mia St. John. He recently partnered up with the WIBA to help promote female boxing and give more exposure to the  fighters.

Richard is also the exclusive ringside blow-by-blow voice for “Tuesday Night Fights” in Philadelphia, PA and has called the action ringside for Lou DiBella’s famed “Broadway Boxing” Series. He was recently elected as a member of the BWAA and is on the board of directors for the Atlantic City Pal in New Jersey.

To learn more about Richard’s background, connect with him on LinkedIn.com.

This article has 7 Comments

  1. JMB provides cutting-edge reporting and a unique spin on the world of amateur boxing. The creation of Journeymen Boxing fills the huge demand for in-depth boxing coverage in a largely untapped market. Unlike much of the traditional media which has been slow to respond to the growth of amateur boxing, Mr. Quiñones saw the gap and has created a tremendously valuable resource and he is giving great exposure to young boxers and it is original content, which is refreshing.

  2. Q, great site and have been enjoying the content. thanks for showing some love to the West Coast boys and boxers, keep it up brother..

  3. Rich, keep hustling and grinding brother. I remember when you were covering fights at Dover Downs and doing grunt work for Dave Tiberi, long way my friend. Keep being you and don’t give a crap about nothing. Do you!

  4. This site is a gem man. I def. check out and love other boxing sites, but I can honestly say, you are doing all the original work and that is major effort and time. Keep it up! Boxing needs more people like you, raw, honest, passionate and call it the way they see it!

  5. Q, good stuff brother, get back on track with female fight game bro. You had some good stuff awhile back. Love to get those features on Vincent, Hardy, Shea and stuff like before. Thanks my friend.

  6. RIch, keep up great work, we appreciate the hustle and hard work and exposure you are giving these young kids. Hope to see you in April at NY GG.

  7. Q, met you at the Roy Jones. Jr/Gunn fight, it was awesome to talk some boxing with you. Always refreshing to see how humble you are. Hope to see you during some more Delaware fights. We might be doing some stuff at Dover Downs, keep you posted.

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