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Our Mission

Veterans Boxing Club is, first and foremost, dedicated to your overall physical and mental well-being.

VBC is committed to providing a supportive environment where you can learn the fundamentals of boxing, along with attaining your own physical fitness goals.

VBC strives to use boxing as a way to foster camaraderie amongst you and your fellow Veterans!

More Information

Veterans – Welcome to the 1st Veterans Boxing Club Program! Following are some details about the program and contact information:

WHEN Every Saturday starting on April 29th 1500 – 1700 hours (with the exception of Memorial Day Weekend)
WHERE Revolution Training, 579 Pacific St, Stamford, CT 06902
WHO Veterans will be trained by Ahmad Mickens & his staff
WHAT Each of the 8 sessions will be 2 hours in duration. The first hour and a half will be devoted to boxing fundamentals and physical fitness. There will be no sparring (at least not in this cohort). After the training is over, there will be a cooldown session for about 30 minutes led by a well-regarded yoga instructor.
HOW MUCH $50 is payable upon the first session. However, if you “graduate”, the $50 can be refunded. So you can incur no cost. Gloves, wraps, and Club T-Shirts will be provided. But please bring a towel as you will need it, especially for the cool down period.



(310) 922-0476


The Team

Scott Schweitzer
Scott Schweitzer
Mr. Schweitzer is the currently the Chief Financial Officer of LCR Capital Partners. Prior to joining LCR, Scott launched Fox Point Capital Management, a Julian Robertson-seeded long-short global equity hedge fund in 2006, with peak assets of over $1.5 billon. During that time he was responsible for all non-investment related activities including financing, trading, operations, technology, risk, human resources, legal, compliance, fund administration, and management company affairs. Prior to Fox Point, Scott worked in the Prime Brokerage Division at Deutsche Bank where he facilitated short sales for top-tier hedge funds to implement arbitrage, hedging, and directional strategies.

Scott began his career in the United States Air Force at the Space & Missile Systems Center. He first served as Chief of Algorithm Development for Space-Based Infrared System, then as Manager of Next-Generation Decryption Devices for Global Positioning System. In between assignments, he was designated as a Diplomatic Liaison Officer to the Saudi Arabian Royal Air Force in Riyadh prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Scott graduated Phi Beta Kappa from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Mathematics and received his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School. He is an avid boxer and is committed to serving Veterans and their needs.

Nicholas Montini
Nicholas Montini
Nicholas Montini is an active duty U.S. Air Force Veteran of the Persian Gulf War where he served with the Air Combat Command as an M-60 machine gunner for a Security Forces Air Base Ground Defense Squadron. He holds The National Defense Service Medal, The Southwest Asia Service Medal with two Bronze Service Stars and Kuwaiti Liberation Medals awarded from both the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and The Government of Kuwait.

He is an American Bar certified Paralegal, an Alumnus of AmeriCorps VISTA National Service and works at Hope For The Warriors, Inc. as a Military And Veteran Programs Coordinator. He is a prior chairman of the VA Connecticut Mental Health Community Advisory Board, The New England VISN 1 Mental Health Advisory Board (Member) and is an active supporter of ongoing Veteran service endeavors such as The Connecticut Heroes Project (Partner), U.S Veterans Rowing and Kayaking (Chairman), CT Governor’s Nonprofit Liaison Employment Data Workgroup(Member) and the Veterans Recovery Project of CT. Nick resides in Fairfield, with his wife Kristina and their children Mary 12 and Peter 10.