Daniel and Steven Grandy, also known as “The Grandy Twins” began training at the age of two. Their father, Daniel Grandy, fostered their love of the boxing ring with training and conditioning as they grew. It was one video of The Grandy Twins training each other that quickly skyrocketed the boys to social media fame. They have since been featured on ESPN’s “Sports Center”, the Bleacher Report, Fight Hype, Shade Room, Whistle Sports, World Star, and have been the subject of multiple documentaries. They have been supported by many influencers such as Shaquille O’neal, Michael Rappaport, Snoop Dogg, Floyd Mayweather, and 50 Cent. They have been viewed over 200 million times on line.
The Twins are also an official Brand Ambassador for Title Boxing. The Grandy twins debuted on the big screen with an appearance on Little Big Shots with Steve Harvey in 2017. They followed up with Fox Morning News, The Q show, Comcast Sports, and more recently the Harry Connick Jr. Show. The Grandy twins also have a debut appearance on the big screen in the upcoming movie Creed II.
The Daniel and Steven continue to train and work together under the careful guidance of their father who believes that through training and working hard in boxing, these values can transcend into valuable lessons. Having just turned 10, the twins have already competed in over 30 amateur bouts throughout the country and have won many local club shows in addition to the Ringside National Tournament. Daniel and Steven recently competed in their first Junior Olympic tournament.