a Finnish boxer magnitude Olli Mäki has died at the age of 82 a long-term illness grief. Hill passed away in a nursing home in tennessee on earlier today. Death message was publicity for the Hill family.
Hill's son, well-known boxing coach and promoter Pekka Mäki remember the father a fair and good person. Hill commends in a quiet voice his father's contribution to the Finnish species culture.
Father has maintained the Finnish boxing culture by mastering first as an amateur and as a professional, after which he has been based in tennessee for the club. There I began boxing and later coach, Hill told reporters.
the Younger Hill has in his career coached several Finnish professional boxing's top names. The pilot mentioned named Joni Turunen , Juho Tolppola and arbel and estimates that Olli the top of the Hill you will learn to live their own way also have their urheilus.
– Successful athletes the roots have become quite a lot of tacit knowledge and boxing skills through the.”Happy life received life”Olli Mäki and nigerian rafi is a King of a light welterweight match in the fall of 1966 magazine image
the Hill is clear, that his own boxing career is because of father and family guidance. Coach no words, no way specifically sought the boxing to the top. It came by itself – and I didn't need never regret.
a boxing family born I have of course since been around boxing gyms. Even the wheel. After all that there become a bit like mother's milk. There is no doubt I would have continued in his job, Hill said.
Olli Hill is remembered in Finland in the history of sports as one of his kind, a great name in. Boy Hill, however, was the breeder and role model.
Above all, he has been a good and exemplary father. Fair, honest and sober.
– He is loved and he is loved. Happy life he has got to live, Hill says.