Johnny Spell from "White Collar Brawlers" stars in the Esquire Network reality series. He is one of the trainers at the 3rd Ave. Gym.

Johnny Spell has been boxing since he was five years old. His amateur record was 80-5, with an astonishing 96% knockout ratio. He was a multiple-time winner of the Golden Gloves, the Silver Gloves, the Gold Belt and the Silver Belt. He didn't start his pro career until he was 40 years old. Despite a 2-4 record, he also had 28 draws — and ended 30 people's careers due simply to the fact that they couldn't defeat a 40-year-old man. He owns the North Side Fitness Gym in Pittsburgh, where last year all nine of his boxers were champions. He's been associated with Jimmy Cvetic at 3rd Ave. Gym for over 20 years, first as a fighter, and then as a trainer.

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