Name: Sylvester Triggs
DOB: March 5, 1980
Address: 85 Grove Street, Ganton, Los Santos
Sylvester Triggs was born on March 5, 1980 in Los Santos to Demetrius Triggs a former underground boxer and Rachel Porter who worked as a nurse at the County General in Jefferson.
Sylvester grew up watching his father box and he quickly became in love with the sport. As a child he started off as a water boy working at Ganton Gym handing fighters their towels and cleaning the sweat and blood off the floors and equipment. Growing up he learned how to box by his father and fighters from that gym. At the age of 14 he fought in a Junior Boxing league where he was one of the top fighters. As he grew up though his skills did not. He continued fighting and began losing multiple fights. At the age of 19 Sylvester decided to retire himself from boxing after losing around 20 bouts winning only 3 in an amateur league.
Although he wasn't good at the sport he still loved the sport which made him become a trainer at the gym. He was a student of the sport and was quite capable of helping fellow fighters get better his only fault was he wasn't capable of putting it to work in a ring in-front of people. He always reviewed his fights and always knew what he did wrong but never could understand why he made the mistakes he made in the ring so he decided coaching was a much better profession for him. After working in the gym training young fighters he decided this wasn't enough for him and decided to become a boxing promoter so he left Los Santos to explore the world and learn how to become a boxing promoter.
Sylvester moved from place to place learning the skills to become a top promoter and wonder if he could achieve such a status. His focus was not primarily on boxing promotions but on all types of entertainment promotions such as wrestling, mixed martial arts, basketball events, and so on.
After 12 years Sylvester decided it was time to return to Los Santos. When he returned he was somewhat depressed about the fact boxing had dyed out in Los Santos. He moved into a house in Ganton and began his search around Los Santos looking for some fighters. To his surprise many people in East Los Santos were interested in his idea to bring back boxing and quickly gave him their information. He began setting up a few fights at Ganton Gym behind close doors to friends of the fighters only.