Our Brand Ambassador-Olympic Silver Medalist

Our Brand Ambassador is Canadian Olympic Silver Medalist Egerton Marcus he is the third child of five. He has two older brothers (Neville and Christopher D. Amos) and two younger sisters (Sharon and Felicia). Born in Guyana, he came to Canada in 1973 and was raised in TorontoOntario. He is the nephew of Charles Amos who fought for Guyana in the 1968 Summer Olympics and first cousin of Troy Amos-Ross who competed in the light heavyweight division at the 1996 Summer Olympics in AtlantaGeorgia and 2000 Summer Olympics in SydneyAustraliaMarcus turned pro in 1989 and began his career with fourteen consecutive wins, including a bloody TKO win over former Olympian Andrew Maynard. In 1995 he challenged Henry Maske for the IBF Light Heavyweight Title and lost by unanimous decision. Marcus's career then veered off track, culminating with a TKO loss to Donovan Ruddock at heavyweight. Marcus initially retired in 2001 with a record of 17-4-1.In 2007, Marcus came out of retirement to beat Carl Gathright. 

In 2000 Egerton became a member of ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists).

Egerton ran a boxing gym in Toronto's Liberty Village (The Egerton Marcus Boxing Academy) until the summer of 2006 and he still trains amateur boxers. 


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