Michael Stoute loves the sport of boxing. After discovering the Sweet Science during his college years, he has been dreaming of success.  Michael earned his Bachelor’s degree in Health Science from Stony Brook University. While climbing the boxing rankings, he is currently working as a group fitness instructor, personal trainer and direct support professional.

Michael was a competitive swimmer during most of his junior and senior high school years. However, that all changed when he started boxing. While attending college he trained at a boxing gym in Shirley, NY where he started his amateur career. Michael won Regional titles during his first year of competition.

Michael Stoute graduated Stony Brook University and went on to attend Hofstra University, completing courses in Nutrition and Personal Training. He has personally trained and assisted clients with mental disabilities while continuing to box.

By the end of 2013, after dominating the National PAL tournament in Oxnard, California, he was the most feared bantamweight in the country. Michael  returned to NY and recaptured the NY Golden Gloves Title in 2014.  He took home the Sugar Ray Robinson Award as the Most Outstanding Boxer of the tournament. He was also inducted into the NY Daily News Golden Gloves Hall of Fame.

Michael has competed successfully around the United States. He has also won titles in Madison Square Garden and the Barclay Center. He turned professional in June 2015 and since won his bouts with accuracy and deadly precision.

Michael Stoute’s lifestyle is geared toward rigorous dedication and self-discipline to fulfill his dream of one day becoming a World Champion.

Amateur Boxing Accomplishments
• National PAL Champion
• 2x NY Daily News Golden Gloves Champion
• Sugar Ray Robinson Award Winner (as the most outstanding boxer of the tournament)
• 2x NY Tournament Champion
• Long Island Tournament Champion
• NYABC Champion