Arnaldo Carreno is originally from Cuba, where he started boxing at age 10. Twelve years of
competition saw him amass a total of 138 bouts, 115 of which were victories that propelled him
to claim and maintain championship status on the island for many years. In 1992 he received
his Bachelors of Physical Culture. For 12 years he worked in Cuba with outstanding results as
a coach. He has completed postgraduate studies with special interest in boxing and continued to
enhance his teaching skills throughout the years. In the course of his career he has contributed
to the development of several athletes on the cuban national teams in both junior and adult ages.
He was an important contributor to the preparation of Jorge Gutierrez, resulting in Gutierrez’s
dominant championship run at the 2000 Sydney Olympic games. He has participated in various
scientific conferences based on research done to improve boxing development. Now in the
United States, Arnaldo has brought his expertise to Bangkok Boxing in an effort to develop the
next generation of great boxers. His experience and professionalism make him an exceptionally
great coach and an indispensable part of the Bangkok Boxing family.