Weekly Work Outs:
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM, Monday - Friday

Serving Mesa's Youth Since 1954
59 East Broadway Road
Mesa, Arizona 85210
(480) 834-1216


Application Instruction
To complete the USA boxing, Inc. application form you will need:
  1. Two passport size photographs.
  2. A copy of your birth certificate.
  3. Cash or money order in the amound of $75.00.
Complete the USA Boxing application at the Gene Lewis Boxing Club, located at 59 E. Broadway, along with the three (3) required items above. After a short period you will receive you pass book and you will be registered to train at the gym.

If you have any questions call (480) 834-1216. Gym hours are 4:30PM - 7:00PM Monday - Friday.

Instrucciones para participar en el programa de boxeo:
Llene la solicitud de USA Boxing Inc. con la información requerida, cuál incluye:
  1. Dos fotografías del tamaño del pasaporte.
  2. Copia de Acta de Nacimiento del participante.
  3. La tasa de registro de $75.00 en forma de giro.

Gene Lewis Boxing Club News

GLBC Director Recognized by the Phoenix Regional Sports Commission

The Executive Director of the Gene Lewis Boxing Club, Joshua Benjamin, was recently recognized by the Phoenix Regional Sports Commission. The Gene Lewis Boxing Club, also referred to as the GLBC, has provided services for kids in the community 8 years and older that live in the community for decades. The boxing club serves to provide a positive environment where hard work in the classroom and positive contributions at home are stressed as focus points just as much as boxing technique. Joshua Benjamin, who has served as the club's Executive Director for the past 7 years, was recognized for his work as a leading contributor in youth sports in Arizona. When asked about the recognition Joshua had this to say “I am humbled, honored and extremely proud to be recognized as a contributor in youth sports and I couldn't have done any of this without the support of the community and the club, it’s really their award”.

GLBC Executive Director was Approached to Bring GLBC Style Club to S.C.

GLBC Executive Director Joshua Benjamin, was approached to bring a GLBC style club to South Carolina. The potential boxing club would involve kids within the community starting at age eight years and above. One of the clubs main focus points would be to combat childhood obesity and provide kids with a positive outlet after the school day is over. Joshua Benjamin is a native of Charleston, South Carolina and has stated he is honored at the opportunity. The Gene Lewis Boxing Club leads the state of Arizona in college graduates over last seven years. It is also the only boxing club in the state of Arizona that is offered as a diversion program by courts.