Light middleweight, Rollin "Chiller" Williams climbs back in the ring to continue his unfinished career on next months card presented by Zeferino Entertainment in Kingman, Arizona. Williams will square off against Carlos De Leon Jr.
Williams who had a great career that started back in 1984, he had fought some great fighters, including a bout with Roy Jones Jr.
Getting caught up in drugs, Williams made some bad choices and ended up in prison for eleven years. He admits making mistakes, and says he has since changed his life around. He is focused and ready to fight says Rob and Lucinda Boyd of "The Streets Don't Love You Back," an organization dedicated to keeping young kids off the streets. They are also sponsors of Rollin "Chiller" Williams, and have been supporting him for a few years.
While doing time in prison, Williams accepted what he had done, and vowed to one day box again. Staying in shape and working out, Williams spent his days making use of his time, taking care of his body.
Today, at 45-years-old Rollin Williams is a new man, his life is much different than it was before prison. He has aged, but his body is fight ready and is at the top of his game.
As the owner of Top Level Boxing Gym in Phoenix, Williams works with many fighters, amateur and pro. He passes on life's lesson to the young kids while teaching the sweet science.
Williams has accomplished much since being released, he knows he has a second chance at life. The opportunity to continue where his career left off so many years ago is something Williams does not take lightly.
For Wiliams, he has paid his debt, he deserves a second shot in the ring. His true test comes in November, he knows there will be ring rust, but grit and heart will pull him through. For this, one must respect a man like Rollin Williams.
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