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PostPosted: 06 Mar 2010, 13:06 

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Electric Industry Center - Flushing, NY (Friday, March 5th)

123 pounds - open
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Marcos Suarez (Cop N Kids) def. Frankie Garriga (Morris Park); 4-1
Trevis Hall (New Legends BC) def. Angel Singuenza (Hardwood Boxing); 3-2
Marcos Hernandez (Gleason's Gym) def. Gilberto Agont (Kid Kelly BC); 5-0

Jamie Dominque (Ardon Sweet Science) advanced with a bye

178 pounds - open
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David Thompson (Brotherhood BC) def. Nicholas Whittingham (Gleason's Gym); 5-0
De'Vaun Lee (Champion Breed) def. Kalib Walker (Freeport PAL); 5-0

Marcus Browne (Cops N Kids) and Luis Rivera (Yonkers PAL) advanced with a bye


*This concludes quarterfinals action with the semifinals starting Saturday night at St.
Anthanasius in Brooklyn, New York.


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PostPosted: 07 Mar 2010, 00:10 

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whats goin on with my boy freddy p 201 pal champ. is he in the gloves down there


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PostPosted: 09 Mar 2010, 07:53 

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel , Brooklyn, NY (Monday, March 8th)

132 pounds - open
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Marlon Brown (Rockaway Ropes) stopped Jeremy Fiorentino (Mendez BC); RSC-2
Wesley Ferrer (Brotherhood BC) dec. Rafael Vazquez (Core Boxing); 5-0

141 pounds - open
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Shemuel Pagan (Mendez BC) dec. Evan Bakal (Gleason's Gym); 5-0
Carlos Teran (Cops N Kids) dec. Jose Peralta (Brotherhood BC); 5-0

123 pounds - novice
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Wilfredo Morales (Kingsway BC) dec. Michael Stoute (Veteran's Memorial); 5-0
Carlos Bruno (Juan LaPorte BC) dec. Eugene Suk (K-2 BC); 5-0

178 pounds - novice
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Aleksey Kuper (Rustam's BC) dec. Juan Lopez (Ardon Sweet Science); 4-1
Michael Spiegal (Brotherhood BC) dec. Luis Cintron (Cops N Kids); 3-2

201 pounds - novice
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Elijah Thomas (Juan LaPorte BC) dec. Marco Aprea (Bronxchester BC); 5-0
Michael Senat (John's Gym) dec. Emillo Ramirez (Kid Kelly BC); 3-2


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PostPosted: 09 Mar 2010, 09:00 

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Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Peralta defeated Sosa, but then loses a 5-0 to Teran. Is Teran that good or did Peralta have an off night or was it a matter of styles. Pagan may have his hands full with Teran.


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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2010, 09:41 

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Franklin Square, Long Island, NY (Tuesday, March 9th)

123 pounds - open
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Marcos Suarez (Cops N Kids) dec. Trevis Hall (New Legends BC); 5-0
Marcos Hernandez Gleason's Gym) advanced with a bye

152 pounds - open
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Eddie Gomez (Juan LaPorte Gym) dec. Shawn Cameron (Gleason's Gym); 5-0
Cletus Sedin (Veteran's Memorial) dec. Shirrod Victoria (Mendez BC); 4-1

165 pounds - novice
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Allen Brunner (Zaragoza BC) dec. Samuel Ayide (Gleason's Gym); 3-2
Frank Galarza (Mendez BC) advanced with a bye

112 pounds - women
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Sharisse Garcia (Winters/Westbury BC) dec. Vasiliki Zois (Gleason's Gym); 4-1
Nicole Dean (Team Freedom Form) advanced a bye.

141 pounds - women
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Nisa Rodriguez (Mendez BC) dec. Tiffany Chen (Team Freedom); 5-0
Kathleen Walsh (Heavyhitters BC) def. Leticia Velasquez (Veteran's Memorial); 5-0

165 pounds - women
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Christina Jensen (Veteran Memorial) dec. Jennifer Egan (Gleason's Gym); 5-0
Alicia Napoleon (Mendez BC) stopped Marisa Kavanaugh (Whittfield's Gym); RSC-2


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PostPosted: 11 Mar 2010, 09:38 

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Blessed Sacrament Church, Brooklyn, NY (Wednesday, March 10th)

114 pounds - open
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Anthony Caramanno (Cops N Kids) dec. Allen Littlejohn (Sufolk PAL); 5-0
Jordan Rodriguez (Ardon Sweet Science) dec. Joshua Gonzalez (Mendez BC); 5-0

165 pounds - open
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Travis Peterkin (Kingsway BC) dec. Raul Nuncio (Competitive Edge); 5-0
Vincenzo D'Angelo (Competitive Edge) dec. Jamaal Spence (New Bed-Stuy BC); 5-0

+201 pounds - open
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Roberto Morban (Fort Apache) stopped Patrick Newmann (Gleason's Gym); RSC-1
Davon Jones (Gleason's Gym) dec. Daniel Torres (Competitive Edge); 3-2

132 pounds - novice
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Louis Cruz (Cops N Kids) dec. Titus Williams (Freeport PAL); 5-0
Javier Baez (World Class) dec. Alberto Arce (unattached); 5-0

201 pounds - novice
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Earl Newman Jr. (Gleason's Gym) dec. Mark Sinatra (Brotherhood BC); 5-0
Thomas Hardwick (Yonkers YMCA) dec. Moses Modibo Camara (John's Gym); 5-0


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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2010, 02:48 

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First time posting here...I'm sure the results will be posted for the show in Freeport, Long Island soon...I was in attendance(I'm a member of the Freeport PAL)...

For those who are interested Marcus Browne (Cops N Kids) stopped De'Vaun Lee (Champion Breed) under a minute into the 1st round with a devastating right hook...

Lee tried to make it up but was badly hurt...Marcus Browne is back in the finals...

Marcus will be facing David Thompson of Brotherhood BC...(don't recall the name of whom Thompson beat)

Patrick Day (Freeport PAL) will face Idrissa "Skip" Kamara (Cops N Kids) in the 141-pound novice Final...I'm sure NYboxing will have the full details of all of the night's fights...

Lets go Patrick Day!


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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2010, 10:42 

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NYAmateur90 wrote:
First time posting here...I'm sure the results will be posted for the show in Freeport, Long Island soon...I was in attendance(I'm a member of the Freeport PAL)...


Thanks for posting NYAmateur 90. This is the only place on the 'net to find results for NY Golden Gloves and we have almost 1800 views coming into the last night of semifinals action.

Guys visiting, sign up, talk to us if you attended any shows or plan to go to the finals.


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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2010, 10:46 

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Freeport Recreational Center - Freeport, Long Island, NY (March 11th)

178 pounds - open
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Marcus Browne (Cops N Kids) stopped De'Vaun Lee (Champion Bred); RSC-1
David Thompson (Brotherhood BC) stopped Luis Rivera (Yonkers PAL); RSC-2

114 pounds - novice
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Jason Benn (NY Kidz BC) dec. Erik Castro (Adron Sweet Science); 5-0
Hamzah Al Nuzalli (Cops N Kids) stopped Thor Komarnytsky (NYAC); RSC-3

141 pounds - novice
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Patrick Day (Freeport PAL) dec. Christopher Galeano (John's Gym); 3-2
Idrissa Kamara (Cops N Kids) dec. Vassiliy Fedyushikin (Brighton Beach BC); 5-0

132 pounds - women
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Julie Anne Kelly (Mendez BC) dec. Bertha Aracil (Morris Park BC); 3-2
Camillie Curie (Gleason's Gym) dec. Megan Valerie (Church St BC); 3-2

154 pounds - women
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Dariana Casdo (Team Freedom Form) stopped Ashley Triffletti (Main St BC); RSC-3
LaTarshia Fountain (unattached) Nagris Kabiri (unattached); RSC-2


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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2010, 13:54 

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At Aviator Sports Complex - Brooklyn, NY (March 12th)


201 pounds - men's
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Stivens Bujaj (John's Gym) stopped Clifton Scott (unatached); RSC-1
Joseph Williams (Rockaway Ropes) dec. Fredrick Samuels (Westbury BC); 5-0

152 pounds - novice
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Peter Dobson (Bronxchester BC) dec. Matthew Armstrong Gleason's Gym); 4-1
Gary Beriguette (Universal BC) advanced with a bye.

106 pounds - women's
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Laura Ramirez (Cops N Kids) dec. Amarys Torres (Gleason's Gym); 5-0
Susanana Mellone-Spence (Mendez BC) advanced with a bye.

119 pounds - women's
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Cristian Cruz (Cops N Kids) dec. Amanda Beczner (Cops N Kids); 5-0
Alexis Asher (Gleason's Gym) dec. Catherine Lesnik (unattached); 5-0

+176 pounds - women's
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Shanell Mathes (K-2 Boxing Gym) stopped Karen Hook (Gleason's Gym); RCS-3
Naralie Pacheco (Juan LaPorte BC) advanced with a bye

*176 pounds - women's (championship)
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Emily Werfel (Soliel BC) dec. Iris Murillo (Heavyhitters BC); 3-2

*Per tournament rules, a fighter's first bout can't come in the championship at the Garden.

This concludes semifinal action.

Finals will be held at the Theater at Madison Square on Thursday, March 25 and Friday, March 26.


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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2010, 18:11 

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Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Classic tough Golden Gloves tournament - National PAL champ Fred Samuels lost in the semi-finals of the NYGG.


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 15:19 

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I personally think Pagan is better than Teron and pagan has more exprience than him and will beat Teron he will fold under pressure


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 15:38 

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That's what you think that teron gonna beat Pagan I dont think so..........posting.php?mode=quote&f=6&p=2345738# :box:
Dennis wrote:
Peralta defeated Sosa, but then loses a 5-0 to Teran. Is Teran that good or did Peralta have an off night or was it a matter of styles. Pagan may have his hands full with Teran.


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 17:06 

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Grey Wolf wrote:
That's what you think that teron gonna beat Pagan I dont think so..........posting.php?mode=quote&f=6&p=2345738# :box:
Dennis wrote:
Peralta defeated Sosa, but then loses a 5-0 to Teran. Is Teran that good or did Peralta have an off night or was it a matter of styles. Pagan may have his hands full with Teran.

Did you notice the question about it? I have never seen Teran box so I can't say who I think will win. I was asking if Teran is that good and then making the statement tha Pagan MAY HAVE his hands full as Teran had beaten a quality opponent. I would like to hear from those in NY as to what they think.


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 17:53 

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saw terrons first fight of the tournament, he looked real sharp. pagan definitly has the speed and the experience advantage over terron. i havent seen the two of them standing next to each other but i know terron is pretty tall for 141, should be a good final but im going with pagan for the 5-peat


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 17:56 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQXKQj2Scfs terrons opening night fight, the kid he beat is fast and experienced... also has a win over sosa in the jr's


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 23:50 

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I watched the Teron video and the kid is good. He is tall with long arms. He uses his reach well and has fast hands. His defense isn't too bad either.


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PostPosted: 15 Mar 2010, 23:51 

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I think the NYGG fans are going to be in for a treat as I think the 141 Open bout between Teron and Pagan will be a good one. Enjoy the bout.


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PostPosted: 16 Mar 2010, 10:24 

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looks like samuels is good for the contriversial computer scoring. but when it comes down to the clickers hes just to defensive and cant make it to nationals. but we shall still see about the usa


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PostPosted: 16 Mar 2010, 16:21 

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Dennis wrote:
Peralta defeated Sosa, but then loses a 5-0 to Teran. Is Teran that good or did Peralta have an off night or was it a matter of styles. Pagan may have his hands full with Teran.

yeah carlos teron i remember him from the 07 ringside ..his brother also boxes and is a undefeated prospect jorge da truth teron. but like his older brother, carlos is a good a tall fighter who uses his reach pretty well and comes forward and pagan could have a bit a troulble with him.


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PostPosted: 16 Mar 2010, 23:23 

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Yes, after watching the video of Teran, I think it will be a good bout between Pagan and Teran.


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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2010, 00:00 

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Location: New Haven, CT
samuels is good but definitely to defensive. he also fought in the metros even though he won the pals. the metro being the qualifier for usa nationals, in which he loss in the semi's to the other heavyweight finals participant steve bujaj. who eventually loss in the finals to joseph williams. look out for my recent stable mate joseph williams or "mack" as we call him, very raw talent. last years novice 201+ winner is undefeated in 12 fights. has already beaten david thompson(twice),fredrick samuels and last years 201 champion steve bujaj. I wouldn't be suprised if he wins the nationals. james toney type fighter with viscous body head combos, solid defense, exceptional stamina. look out for him.


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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2010, 09:43 

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Unit wrote:
samuels is good but definitely to defensive. he also fought in the metros even though he won the pals. the metro being the qualifier for usa nationals, in which he loss in the semi's to the other heavyweight finals participant steve bujaj. who eventually loss in the finals to joseph williams. look out for my recent stable mate joseph williams or "mack" as we call him, very raw talent. last years novice 201+ winner is undefeated in 12 fights. has already beaten david thompson(twice),fredrick samuels and last years 201 champion steve bujaj. I wouldn't be suprised if he wins the nationals. james toney type fighter with viscous body head combos, solid defense, exceptional stamina. look out for him.

Will do. He is already on my radar as are most 201's and some 178's and 201+'s.


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PostPosted: 24 Mar 2010, 20:32 

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FYI: The 83rd annual Daily News Golden Gloves, the world's largest and longest-running amateur boxing tournament, will hold title bouts at the Garden's Theater on Thursday, March 25th (7 p.m. start) and Friday, March 26 (7:30 p.m.).

Tickets cost $30-$60 and can be purchased through Ticketmaster or the Garden box office.


I will post match ups later tonight for each night's action.


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PostPosted: 25 Mar 2010, 00:47 

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Unit wrote:
samuels is good but definitely to defensive. he also fought in the metros even though he won the pals. the metro being the qualifier for usa nationals, in which he loss in the semi's to the other heavyweight finals participant steve bujaj. who eventually loss in the finals to joseph williams. look out for my recent stable mate joseph williams or "mack" as we call him, very raw talent. last years novice 201+ winner is undefeated in 12 fights. has already beaten david thompson(twice),fredrick samuels and last years 201 champion steve bujaj. I wouldn't be suprised if he wins the nationals. james toney type fighter with viscous body head combos, solid defense, exceptional stamina. look out for him.

Williams beat Bujaj the 2009 Novice champ. Did he box Okafor the 2009 Open champ?


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