• Tiffany Chapdelaine Wetherbee Founder and Owner of Torched Kickboxing

    Tiffany Wetherbee, the owner, grew up in North Attleboro. She is a Mom of two, co-founder of Wetherlaine’s Restaurant in Attleboro and has been Kickboxing for over 12 years.

    Putting her background in business and marketing to work, she once again went into business for herself and opened Torched Kickboxing and Fitness Center.

    In her free time, she enjoys running Obstacle Course races like the Spartan and Fit Challenge races and has an Group Fitness certification.


  • Peter Manfredo Sr.
    Peter Manfredo Sr. Founder and Owner of Manfredo Boxing

    Chief of Instructor Training and Head trainer for Professional Boxers

    1976 Started Martial Arts

    1979 Amateur Boxer Golden Glove Finalist

    1981 3rd degree Black Belt

    1983 North American Chinese Boxing Champion

    1987 Coach, Olympic Box-Off

    1988 KICK US Champion (Kickboxing)

    1989 Professional Boxer

    1999 Coach, Olympic Box- Off, 7-8x N.E. Coach at Regionals in Lake Placid, NY., National Coach, Region 1 Coach at US Championships, PALS Team Coach, National Golden Gloves

    2011 Region 1 Coordinator, Coach Olympic Trials

    CURRENT PROFESSIONALS trained by PETER MANFREDO Sr. at Striking Beauties Fighting and Fitness University

    1. Toka Kahn Clary
    2. Shelly Vincent
    3. Promoter- Lou Dibella
    4. Thomas Falowo
    5. Jennifer Salinas “The Bolivian Queen”
    6. Anthony Marsalla Jr.


  • Dena Paolino
    Dena Paolino Founder and Owner of Striking Beauties
  • Robbie Andreozzi Fitness Kickboxing & HIIT Training

    In 2011, Robert Andreozzi received his NASM personal trainer certification. Shortly after, he began teaching fitness kickboxing and boot camp classes. His mission is to bring all of his knowledge and experience to every training session, no matter what your goals are, big or small. Robert has also acquired his Spartan Group X Certification.
    Robbie offers Private, Semi-Private & Small Group Training.

    Robbie is also our Kids Kickboxing instructor! The kids absolutely love Mr. Robbie!!!

  • Rich Cummins Brazilian Jiu jitsu

    Rich Cummins Brown Belt in Brazilian Jujitsu under Andre Almeida.

  • Nate “The Snake” Andrews Kickboxing Instructor and Professional MMA Fighter

    Meet Nate the Snake Andrews Co-Owner of New England Combat Academy. He has years of MMA training, kickboxing with Nate will challenge your body & mind, relieve stress and give you a greater sense of accomplishment.

  • Robb McCoy Wreck Bag and Kickboxing Instructor

    Meet Robb McCoy- Owner of F.I.T. Challenge is the most comprehensive OCR company in the industry! They put on AMAZING events, build courses, train you and make you OCR F.I.T.! He is a welcomed addition to the Torch’d Family. And did i mention he is also a History teacher!

  • Shelly Vincent
    Shelly Vincent Fitness Boxing Instructor

    Before turning pro in October 2011, Vincent was a Connecticut State, Connecticut Golden Gloves, and National Golden Gloves champion as an amateur. Quickly becoming a fan favorite in the New England area with her all-out brawling style, Vincent won the Women’s International Boxing Association (IBA) International junior featherweight title with an eight-round unanimous decision over Angel Gladney in May 2013. Moving up to competing in 10-round bouts the following year, Vincent seized the Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) World junior featherweight title in November 2014 with a decision victory over the tough Jackie Trivilino. Defending her UBF belt against Christina Ruiz in April 2015, Vincent also picked up the Women’s IBA junior featherweight title with a dominant 10-round unanimous decision. Managed by Mike Criscio and trained by Peter Manfredo Sr., Vincent signed with DiBella Entertainment in 2016. Throughout her career, Vincent has been a mainstay in the state of Connecticut, fighting there 10 times thus far, with six victories at Foxwoods Resort Casino and four at Mohegan Sun.

    “I’m very excited that Shelly Vincent will be our first female recipient of the ‘Fighter of the Year’ Award,” said John Laudati, President of the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame. “The committee saw her match against Hardy and were really impressed with how great a fight it was and how well Shelly handled herself during the buildup, promoting the bout and the sport, helping to put women’s boxing back in the spotlight. In my opinion, their fight stole the show that night in Brooklyn. Choosing Vincent for this award was not a hard decision to make for the board of directors.”