Monday, February 06, 2006

Since 1992 Rocky R.Twitchell has taught Boxing since his retirement from the sport and currently studies many forms of Martial Arts. Since 2002 he has performed the art of Pencak Silat at the Annual Indonesian Day festival held in San Fransisco. He currently travels with various Indonesian groups performing Demo's of Pencak Silat.

Boxing is his Main focus and he currently has a small Boxing Team of both men and women. He is a Certified Boxing Coach with the ABF and holds Private Boxing lessons in Sacramento and Grass Valley , CA. Rocky can be reached at (916) 747-9441. Leave a message and your call will be returned promptly.

Rocky served as a Civilian in the 982nd Signal Battalion in Draper,Utah for over a year and supports the efforts of our soldiers at War. Show your support by donating to Special Operations Warrior Foundation for the fallen heroes and there familys. Also send Congress and your local Government letters of concern about Task Force 7, in Iraq, as they have been held in prison and offered no support for there efforts in the fight against Terrorism.
Remember our Heroes !!!
By Sifu Larry Hartsell


Blogger Prime Time said...

Hi Rocky,
Since you are the first blog that pops up when we search for sacrameto boxing, maybe you can post some info about our July 8th pro boxing show at Raley Field???
Go to or more information on the event.

9:58 PM  
Blogger The Chambers of Mohd Hisham Nazir said...

i'm malay from malaysia & practising silat seni Gayong.

9:17 PM  
Blogger Rocky Twitchell said...

Please e-mail me at
And we can talk about Pencak Silat

11:40 AM  
Blogger Rocky Twitchell said...

Indonesian Day 2006 San Fransisco Huge Success.Thousands attend a warm and fun filled day at Union Square to see Indonesian Dance,music, Martial Arts by Liahona Warrior Arts and lots of great food and smiling poeple !!!

12:00 PM  
Blogger prime time boxing said...

For boxing training in Sacramento and Roseville go to

12:57 PM  
Blogger Alex said...

There is this new gym called Tough Street Boxing in Sacramento. I went in there and it was straight up boxing, pretty tight. Has any heard about it?

8:18 PM  
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