Sesay set to make Fighters Club a community hub for boxing development

N’valaye Sesay plans to transform the Fighters Club into a hub for boxing development to make it a central point for the local community.

By Magdalene Konneh

N’valaye Sesay, the new owner and manager of Fighters Club at Appian Street, Bankstown, is determined to involve young people in the African community in boxing.

As a seasoned boxer, Sesay is committed to developing aspiring boxers into rising stars. He emphasises that community engagement is vital for the sport’s youth development and that community support is the foundation of any local business.

“Community support is the backbone of any local business, and I will be happy to see more of my fellow Africans attending training here. I know it’s a gym that is synonymous for boxing, but we are also open to people who are working on weight loss”.

‘We want to build a team that will represent us. The team is open to all Australians, but my intention is to encourage more of our brothers and sisters to embrace boxing”, Sesay said.  

The enthusiasm for Sesay’s new venture is encouraging. Fighters Club is not just a gym for physical fitness but also promotes education, empowerment, and community spirit.

The 33-year-old stressed that by becoming a member of the gym, individuals invest in their health and contribute to the success of a local entrepreneur, strengthening the community’s economic and social fabric.

Sesay’s journey from an athlete to the gym’s owner is a testament to the power of community and the positive impact of supporting people.

He draws inspiration from Mohammad Ali’s words, “Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.” Sesay is confident that his vision for the gym will inspire many to support and join Fighters Club.

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