Spider Jones

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Spider Jones
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Born Charles Jones
(1946-04-20) April 20, 1946 (age 70)
Windsor, Ontario
Nationality Canadian
Occupation broadcaster/motivational speaker
Years active 1983 to present
Employer Spider Jones Motivational Services
Known for former amateur boxer
Height 6'2"
Weight 215 lb (98 kg)
Title President/CEO
Awards Premier Award from the Prov. of Ont., for outstanding achievements & contributions to the community. World Boxing Federation Ring Announcer of the Year, The Edward R. Murrow Award for Broadcaster, The Canadian Crime Victim Award, Seneca College Distinguished Alumni Award, B'Nai Brith Award for Community Service, Bob Marley Award for Education, Dan McArthur Award for in-depth investigative reporting on guns, gangs and crime
Website http://www.spiderjones.com/

Charles "Spider" Jones (born April 20, 1946) is a Canadian journalist, author, and former amateur boxer.[1] He is a former three-time Golden Glove Champion and was inducted into the Canadian Boxing Hall of Fame in 1996. Jones was once voted "Boxing Commentator and M.C. of the Year" by the Board of Governors of the World Boxing Federation.

Born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Jones spent much of his early teen years living across the border in Detroit. Jones is an avid community activist and spends his life as a positive role model for both youth and adults alike. He is also an honorary member of the Guardian Angels.

Jones formerly hosted a talk radio show on CFRB 1010 in Toronto.



  1. ^ The Guide. Christian Labour Association of Canada. 2003. 

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