KENNETH SIMS JR. AKA "THE BOSSMAN"
Kenneth "Bossman" Sims, Jr. began his professional boxing career at age 20 and is trained by world renowned Olympic Boxing Coach Kay and his father, who passed down his knowledge as a former professional boxer, Kenneth Sims, Sr. Kenneth "Bossman" Sims Jr. is currently the WBC USNBC Junior Welterweight Champion and is managed by RBE Management.
Kenneth began boxing at 8 years old, and by the age of 9 he had his first fight while also traveling with the USA Junior Olympic Boxing Team. His many accomplishments include: Ranked #1 Amateur Lightweight, 2013 USA Boxing National Champion and twice Bronze Medalist, Silver Gloves National champion, representing the United States in the 2013 AIBA World Boxing Championships, National PAL Champion (twice), Ringside World Champion (three times), 2012 Olympic Trials Semi-Finalist, Junior Olympic Bronze Medalist (twice), and 2013 Independence Cup Silver Medalist.
Kenneth Sims Jr. is the subject of the nominated 2021 Sport Emmy Documentary featured on Showtime entitled "Ringside". This award-winning documentary chronicles the dramatic upbringing of boxing prodigies Kenneth Sims, Jr. and Destyne Butler, Jr., who make their mark in the field of boxing due to their persistence and upbringing, which many ways enabled them to be what they are today. Filmed over the course of nine years, the film is a complex, emotional account of the two youths, along with their fathers who trained them.
Kenneth lives in Chicago and formerly trained with the James Prince boxing facility in Houston, Texas. "The Bossman" currently trains partly at the Ogden Park Gym on the South Side of Chicago and at Top Rank Gym in Las Vegas, NV.