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Milan Costich Age, Weight, Record, Net Worth, & More!

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Who Is Milan Costich?

Milan Costich is a striking competitor and coach, and is the founder of Prevail Boxing in Los Angeles. He has been involved in numerous different forms of martial arts from a very young age, and is known for being a passionate and energetic coach and practitioner. After seeing his first Bruce Lee movie as a child, he knew at that moment that he wanted martial arts to be a part of his life.

Who Is Milan Costich?

Milan Costich is a striking competitor and coach, and is the founder of Prevail Boxing in Los Angeles. He has been involved in numerous different forms of martial arts from a very young age, and is known for being a passionate and energetic coach and practitioner. After seeing his first Bruce Lee movie as a child, he knew at that moment that he wanted martial arts to be a part of his life.

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How Old Is Milan Costich?

This information is unavailable at this time.

Milan Costich’s Family

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Milan credits his mother to being one of his biggest supporters. Her hard work in her job as an author and journalist inspired Milan as he described himself as a sort of lazy kid who got away with having talent in his sport. Throughout his career, he has found that when he hones in to work hard he is doing so by way of the example his mother set when he was growing up.

How Much Is Milan Costich Worth?

Milan Costich has an estimated net worth of approximately $700,000

How Tall Is Milan Costich?

Milan Costich stands at 6 feet tall.

How Much Does Milan Costich Weigh?

This information is unavailable at this time.

More About Milan Costich’s Career

After watching his first Bruce Lee movie and deciding he wanted martial arts to be a part of his life, Milan began Taekwondo at 4 years old and received his black belt by the age of 8. This also led to a stint in training karate and then to competing in martial arts by the age of 10.

Around that age, Olympic gold medalist Arlene Limas, who had been the first female to win a gold medal at the 24th Olympic Games in Seoul, Korea, became his coach. At this time he had to learn a different style of martial arts which was the Olympic style. With this training he went on to become a national champion twice, as well as winning the silver medal at the Junior Olympics.

After these accolades he began training in sport karate. At the age of 16 he suffered an injury that left him unable to kick, which ultimately led to his career in boxing. As he started in his boxing endeavor, he was instantly hooked.

In his earlier days he also loved training martial arts, but could never really see himself as a coach. He went to college and began working as a management consultant full-time as well as a filmmaker part time in Washington, DC. After years of this type of work, by the time he turned 28 he began to feel as if he needed a change in his life.

He packed up and headed west and landed a job in the Endeavor mailroom. Through the next three years of his work here in entertainment, he felt he had picked up enough experience where he could finally see himself in a role as a coach. He took all of the savings he had and started his boxing gym, Prevail Boxing.

Since the opening of his gym, he has had more than 20,000 first time boxers walk through the doors, and has coached some seriously talented athletes. His days of competition have slowed down so he can accommodate those at his academy.

Milan Costich Injuries

At the age of 16, Milan suffered an injury that left him unable to kick, and ultimately led him to start boxing.

Is Milan Costich Retired?

No, Milan is the founder and head coach at his boxing academy, Prevail Boxing in Los Angeles, California.

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