Professional Record: W 16, L 2, Draw 0, KO 10
Quiet but certainly not shy, Jeff comes from a lineage of boxers. His grandfather and father both boxed and now everything revolves around Jeff's career. He is very close with his father, Norm. His dad knew when to step aside as his trainer to get Jeff the best shot and started him training with Mickey Ward.
Jeff is so incredibly close with his parents and one brother and they all share the same house. His brother lives on the top level, parents in the middle, and Jeff is downstairs with Sylvia and their seven-year-old son Antonio. His life is training and taking care of his son, Antonio, while Sylvia works night shifts at a half way house for troubled women.
He is of the smaller boxers in the competition and is apprehensive about this. He knows that win or lose this is the best thing that has happened to his career. He would love to be on Survivor and is looking forward to the "scheming" part of the show.
Guess he didn't get the chance to "scheme" as he wanted to. Talk about bad luck - to get chicken pox at a time like this. Poor guy.
He would love to be on Survivor and is looking forward to the "scheming" part of the show.
Good luck outside of the show, Jeff.
Yeah, I felt bad for him. It obviously never occured to him he could even get it because he wasn't sure if he had it before.
Sorry, Jeff. :mmm
Agreed. What a bizarre (and unfortunate) way to leave a reality show.
My only question is whether the production crew ever planned for something like this. They seemed ready to go with the vote to bring back Manfredo, Reid or Kaddour as soon as Fraza was out the door.
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