A father like Ian Buckley is always considered one of the best people to brighten up a child’s future. Buckley never disappointed his son by not letting him own what was his.
Ian has been a manager for his son and Buckley handles every deal and contract. From the early days of their career, the support of Callum’s father has been by his side, and after gaining fame today, Callum has been led by Ian. There is no game that Ian missed for his son; to be away, he also worked to be there by his side as a father and cheered him on as an audience. A father like him is what everyone is looking for.
In 2021, Callum made his professional debut in Hollywood, California, with the legendary Freddie Roach in his corner. 2021 has been a year of taking risks and seizing opportunities for Walsh, which he discussed in detail in his TikTok account. A TikTok “champion” is a man who has gone viral and gained over 100,000 followers.
Her father lives in California; he traveled to Los Angeles via Tijuana with his Corkonian friend Tommy Hyde earlier this year. To prepare for the 2021 Elites, which for the first time looked likely to take place in the spring and could potentially pave the way for last-chance Olympic qualifying, the aim was to train without being restricted by lockdown restrictions Irish.
Callum Walsh moved to California with his father
As reported by Irish Boxing, Callum mentioned that with the lockdown limiting all of his training abilities, he saw the United States as an ideal training hub.
His father in California was another reason for him to move; it was not the first time he had moved to California; he had been there before and practiced and practiced when he was done. The European junior gold medalist suffered a defeat in the final of the 2020 edition of the Irish Boxing Blue Ribbon tournament, which he wanted to change to 2021.
This was the main reason he planned to return to California with his father and train; his father helped him succeed and showed him his chances of winning. Callum has always stood tall and followed the path his father taught him to overcome fear; he talks about it often. Callum was coached by his father, who Freddie Roach coached.
His success has always been linked to the relationship between father and son: a son who never disappoints, a father who helped everything and a coach who teaches him all the possible techniques. Indeed, any fighter in the world will benefit from a tough life, but no one more than the Cork native who returned to California to see his father and find a job to help him in his bid to qualify for the Irish Olympic team. After joining Freddie Roach’s Wild Card Gym on day one, everything changed.