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PostPosted: 09 Feb 2010, 13:34 

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August 1987 Columbus, Ohio (Ohio State Fair)
OPEN DIVISION FINALS:
106: Tim Austin, Ohio dec. Shawn Wilkins, New Jersey
112: Joshua Morris, California dec David Dominique, Ohio
119: Virgil McClendon, Ohio dec Cecil Thompson, Washington D.C.
125: Myron Walker, Detroit dec Joe King, Washington D.C.
132: Carl Griffith, Ohio dec. Michael Garrow, Pittsburgh
139: Craig Wills, Cincinnati dec. Scott Walker, Arizona
147: Ronald Morgan, Cincinnati dec Brian Thomas, Detroit
156: Nathaniel Henderson, Cincinnati dec. Terrel Harris, Pennsylvania
165: John Scully, Connecticut dec. Melvin Foster, Washington D.C.
178: Kady King (aka Vernez Duskin), Detroit dec. Mark Green, Ohio
201: Jerry Ballard, Washington D.C. dec. Huland Copeland, Detroit
+201: Larry Donald, Cincinnati RSC (stopped) Perry Ellis, Ohio

Other Championships Results of Note:
Senior JO Finals:
100: Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson, Washington DC dec. Cadron McKenzie, Miami
112: Robert Dula, Cincinnato dec Lamar Murphy, Miami
132: Oba Carr, Detroit walkover Shawnta Brown, Cincinnati
Intermediate JO:
95: Clarence "Bones' Adams, Kentucky dec. Charles Howe, Ohio
112: Terry Lockette, Miami dec. David Reid, Philadelphia
139: Ravea Springs, Cincinnati dec Cleveland Nelson, Detroit

October, 1987 National PAL Finals, Jacksonville, Florida
106: Davey Villar, Yonkers, New York dec. Renaldo Gonzalez, Ohio
112: John West, Nashville dec Daryl Dawson, Florida
119: Patrick Clark, Texas DQ Preston Gray, Florida
125: Angel Garcia, Miami dec Larry Nicholson, Texas
132: Derrick Parks, New Jersey dec Tyrone Washington, Maryland
139: Obie Beard, Tennessee dec Craig Wills, Cincinnati
147: Ronald Morgan, Cincinnati dec. John Coward, Florida
156: Aubrey Beard, Tennessee dec. Terry Tillman, New Jersey
165: John Scully, Connecticut RSC-2 Kertis Mingo, North Carolina
178: Loren Ross, U.S. Army dec. Ronald Mills, Florida
201: Daniel Fikes, Nashville won by disqualification over Ike Padilla, Yonkers, New York
+201: Lou Savarese, New York won by disqualification over Farns Bryant, Pittsburgh

"Outstanding Boxer Award" - Ronald Morgan, 147


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PostPosted: 10 Feb 2010, 15:15 

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Hi, Ice. A question outside of this post: who would you choose as the five best boxers and the five best punchers among U.S. amateur boxers of the 1980's (aside of Mark Breland)? P.S. I have the results of the 1975 and 1977 Ohio State Fair tournament.


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PostPosted: 11 Feb 2010, 08:50 

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Willie...I have those years plus many others (where did u get yours?)...I was in Columbus one year and I went to the library and microfilmed a whole bunch of results...not just the finals but the whole tournaments...Breland was probably the best boxer and the best puncher overall....Sweet Pea...Paul Gonzalez...Roy Jones and Kenny Gould were top boxers...McClellan was a strong puncher, Frankie Liles with the right hook...Ricky Womack and Tyson were big amateur hitters...Tyrell Biggs was maybe the best boxer among the big men...I'll have to think of some others...


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PostPosted: 17 Feb 2010, 03:09 

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Dave Villar's son Denzel Villar is 14 years old and the kid is a monster... If he trains right he's gonna be a problem


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PostPosted: 17 Feb 2010, 10:29 

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Hi, Ice. I requested microfilm of the Columbus, Ohio newspaper when I was searching for Clint Jackson's action in the 1975 and 1977 Ohio State Fair tournaments. Do you have results of the 1979 Ohio State Fair tournament? Sweet Pea is said to have won his division in that tournament. Do you have the dates and results of his bouts? Regards, and thanks, Willie


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PostPosted: 02 Mar 2010, 02:04 

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willie...I actually went to the Columbus library a few years ago and copied a ton of results...Ill have to check and see what I have in regard to what you asked...I do have some great stuff...Ill check it for you...


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PostPosted: 08 Mar 2010, 10:07 

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OHIO STATE FAIR Results:
...The Ohio Fair has drawn some of the biggest names in boxing to its tournament and, as a result, there have been some pretty interesting results that came from the thousands of matches held there through the years.

In 1973, for example, there was a 95 pound Junior Olympian (aged 12 years) in the tournament by the name of James Douglas (Or "Buster" as he is known to the world). Also in 1973 the 75 pound intermediate champion was none other than future (1984) Olympic Gold medalist Jerry Page of Columbus. Page defeated Daryl Churchill in the finals back in 1973 and then, eleven years later, went on to win his gold at 139 pounds in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympiad (along with Breland, Whitaker, Taylor and the others).

The 132 pound class in 1973 saw future world champions Hilmer Kenty and Aaron Pryor match up in the finals with Kenty taking a decision victory. One class up, at 139, Sugar Ray Leonard stopped Larry Morgan and the welterweight class saw Columbus' Ohio State Fair legend Milton "Pete" Seward score a finals night decision over future WBC Light heavy champ J.B. Williamson.

Note: rsc = referee stops contest. The amateur equivalent of a TKO.

1973 Finals:
132: Hilmer Kenty dec. Aaron Pryor
147: Pete Seward dec. J.B. Williamson`
1975 Prelims:
70: Calvin Christianson dec. Stevie McCrory
125: Tommy Hearns dec. Bruce Williams
125: Tommy Hearns dec. Ray Johnson
147: Milton Seward dec. Odell Leonard
1975 FINALS:
125: Mike Johnson dec. Thomas Hearns, (J.O.)
156: Tony Tucker dec Mickey Goodwin (JO)
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Ray Kates
Hvwt: Tony Tubbs dec. Lamar Robinson

1977 Open Class Finals:
119: Carmelo Negron dec. Joe Louis Manley
125: Daryl Fuller dec. Jimmy Paul
132: Anthony Fletcher rsc Gregory Winston
147: Bernard "Superbad" Mayes rsc (on cuts) Kevin Rooney
(Teddy Atlas was in Rooney's corner for this tournament)
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Randy Smith
(I sparred with future world champion Lindell in 1991 and I fought Smith in 1991, too, winning a 10 round unanimous decision)
178: Mark Frazee dec. Leroy Murphy
Heavy: Tony Tubbs, dec. Phillip Brown
(The 1977 "Outstanding open class boxer'"award winner is Bernard "Superbad" Mayes)
1977 Senior Div JO Finals:
106: Arnie Wells, Detroit dec. Robert "Bam Bam" Hines, Philadelphia
119: Milton "Iceman" McCrory, Detroit dec. Dean Clark, Washington D.C.
1977 Open and JO prelim results:
119: Jackie Beard dec. Jerry Page
178: Lee Roy Murphy dec. Tony "TNT" Tucker
Hvwt: Phillip Brown dec. Renaldo "MR." Snipes
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Mickey Goodwin
147: Kevin Rooney dec. Davey Moore, Bronx, NY
147: Phillip Gaines dec. Bobby Czyz
119: Milton McCrory dec. Joe Walker
119: Milton McCrory dec. Carlos Johnson
80: Tommy Ayers dec. Floyd Favors
85: Stevie McCrory dec. Troy "Schoolboy" Wortham

1980 Random results, JO and Open:
80: Les Johnson, Maryland dec. Montell Griffin, Chicago
65: Jemal Hinton, Maryland dec. Carl Griffith, Ohio
106: Anthony Hembrick, Detroit dec. Robert Myatt
156: James "Hard Rock" Green dec. Ray Bryant

1981 OPEN FINALS:
132: Charlie "White Lightning" Brown dec. Darrick Hudson DQ
139: Jerry Page dec. Chauncey Jackson
147: Louis Howard dec. Frank Tate
+201: Jesse "Boogieman" Ferguson dec. Warren Thompson

1980 Senior JO Finals:
95: Obie Beard dec. Todd Hickman
119: Jonas Grice dec. Vincent Pettway
65: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Ronald Barret
90: Chris Byrd dec. Terrel Nelson
1980: Semifinals, Junior Olympic class:
90: James Harris dec. Kennedy McKinney
(Harris is the brother of Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson)
1980: Open class Semifinals:

132: Charlie "White Lightning" Brown rsc Anthony Haskins
(Haskins was a 6ft. 2 lightweight)
147: Frank Tate dec. Michael Nunn

1982 Open Finals:
125: Lamont Buchanan rsc Anthony Hembrick
156: Frank Tate dec. Kevin Laird
178: Ricky Womack dec. Jerry Goff
(Jerry Goff just couldn't catch a break at the Ohio Fair. Here in 82' he meets up with the killer that was Womack and then one year later, at 201, he runs smack dab into Mike Tyson)
1982 Junior Division Finals:
70: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Saul Dorsey
1982 Open Semi's:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. George Green
(Here in 1982 Anthony Hembrick was a 125 pound featherweight while Darin Allen was a 156 pound light middleweight. Six year later they would be each others chief rival at 165 lbs. I wonder if, back here in 1982, if they were even aware of each other?)
139: Roderick Moore rsc David Turner
156: Frank Tate dec. Darin Allen
178: Ricky Womack rsc Jerry Harris.
1982 Open Quarterfinals:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. Clifford Jacobs
1982 Open prelims:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. Mickey Sampson
156: Frank Tate rsc Kevin Corcoran
156: Darin Allen dec. George McCallister
156: Darin Allen dec. Tony Briseno

1985 Open Semi-finals:
156: Cordell Steadman rsc Thomas Tate
165: William Guthrie dec. Kertis Mingo
165: Darin Allen dec. Paul McPeek
+201: Victory Barren W/O Oliver McCall
1985 preliminaries- All divisions:
106: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Aroz Gist
112: Oba Carr dec. Antonio Taste
165: Kertis Mingo dec. Teddy Walls
165: Darin Allen dec. Herman Delgado
165: Darin Allen dec. Leonzer Barber
165: Leonzer Barber dec. Willie Pollard
165: William Guthrie dec. Lorenzo Wright
165: Kertis Mingo dec. Donald Johnson

1986 Open Finals:
156 Tim Richards dec. Thomas Barnett
1986 JO Finals:
90: Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson, Washington D.C. dec. Anthony Nielems
139: Cleveland Nelson, Detroit, winner
1986 Prelim bouts:
95: Tim Austin, Cincinnati., Ohio dec. Janardo Howell
165: Lamar "Kid Fire" Parks, Greenville, S.C. dec. William Moore, Brooklyn, NY
(I defeated Lamar twice as an amateur later on but lost to Moore in 1983 as a 15 year old in just my second official fight ever)
165: William Moore, New York dec. Michael Peak, Louisville


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PostPosted: 16 Mar 2010, 19:04 

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Thanks, Ice. A question: what did you think of Jerry Page as an amateur. His strengths, weaknesses, etc.
Regards, Willie


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PostPosted: 17 Mar 2010, 23:34 

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Jerry won a LOADED 139 pound class (maybe the toughest of the 13 weights) at the 1984 Olympic Trials AND won one of the most exciting amateur fights I have EVER seen, that being the win over his opponent from Thailand at the 84' Olympics...threw a lot of punches, thats the main thing I remember about him...


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PostPosted: 03 Apr 2010, 21:40 

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Ice maybe you can help me?
i'm going down memory lane in regards to the Ohio State Fair--
I won the the 1985 open 112lb division and was hoping you had the results from that year and that tourney? There is not a day that goes by that i dont think about this great sport!
i enjoyed a 87-7 as an amateur and 7-0 as a pro before my knee blew out that ended my days in the ring-- My son 17 yrs old is just getting started in this sport and i wanted to share this with him-- hope you can help and old timer

Thanks
Sal


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PostPosted: 16 Sep 2010, 09:46 

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I WILL GET THEM FOR YOU, PASTA!!! TODAY!


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PostPosted: 12 Oct 2010, 10:40 

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OK...sorry so late..SAL LAQUATRA!! :) I remember you...you fought Ray Oliviera at the US Championships in 1984, too, right??

OK..what I have right now from 1985...semi-finals: Sal Laquatra dec David Mitchell, US Navy...prelims: Sal Laquatra dec. Dale Reid, Takoma Park, MD....


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PostPosted: 19 Dec 2010, 00:01 

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I fought in the 1985 tournament. I beat Terrell Scott of Memphis and believe I lost to the guy who beat Sal's brother Anthony in the next fight. His name was William Little. I was in the navy and fought Anthony in Little Creek Virginia.


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PostPosted: 03 Mar 2011, 17:26 

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ICEMAN JOHN SCULLY wrote:
OHIO STATE FAIR Results:
...The Ohio Fair has drawn some of the biggest names in boxing to its tournament and, as a result, there have been some pretty interesting results that came from the thousands of matches held there through the years.

In 1973, for example, there was a 95 pound Junior Olympian (aged 12 years) in the tournament by the name of James Douglas (Or "Buster" as he is known to the world). Also in 1973 the 75 pound intermediate champion was none other than future (1984) Olympic Gold medalist Jerry Page of Columbus. Page defeated Daryl Churchill in the finals back in 1973 and then, eleven years later, went on to win his gold at 139 pounds in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympiad (along with Breland, Whitaker, Taylor and the others).

The 132 pound class in 1973 saw future world champions Hilmer Kenty and Aaron Pryor match up in the finals with Kenty taking a decision victory. One class up, at 139, Sugar Ray Leonard stopped Larry Morgan and the welterweight class saw Columbus' Ohio State Fair legend Milton "Pete" Seward score a finals night decision over future WBC Light heavy champ J.B. Williamson.

Note: rsc = referee stops contest. The amateur equivalent of a TKO.

1973 Finals:
132: Hilmer Kenty dec. Aaron Pryor
147: Pete Seward dec. J.B. Williamson`
1975 Prelims:
70: Calvin Christianson dec. Stevie McCrory
125: Tommy Hearns dec. Bruce Williams
125: Tommy Hearns dec. Ray Johnson
147: Milton Seward dec. Odell Leonard
1975 FINALS:
125: Mike Johnson dec. Thomas Hearns, (J.O.)
156: Tony Tucker dec Mickey Goodwin (JO)
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Ray Kates
Hvwt: Tony Tubbs dec. Lamar Robinson

1977 Open Class Finals:
119: Carmelo Negron dec. Joe Louis Manley
125: Daryl Fuller dec. Jimmy Paul
132: Anthony Fletcher rsc Gregory Winston
147: Bernard "Superbad" Mayes rsc (on cuts) Kevin Rooney
(Teddy Atlas was in Rooney's corner for this tournament)
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Randy Smith
(I sparred with future world champion Lindell in 1991 and I fought Smith in 1991, too, winning a 10 round unanimous decision)
178: Mark Frazee dec. Leroy Murphy
Heavy: Tony Tubbs, dec. Phillip Brown
(The 1977 "Outstanding open class boxer'"award winner is Bernard "Superbad" Mayes)
1977 Senior Div JO Finals:
106: Arnie Wells, Detroit dec. Robert "Bam Bam" Hines, Philadelphia
119: Milton "Iceman" McCrory, Detroit dec. Dean Clark, Washington D.C.
1977 Open and JO prelim results:
119: Jackie Beard dec. Jerry Page
178: Lee Roy Murphy dec. Tony "TNT" Tucker
Hvwt: Phillip Brown dec. Renaldo "MR." Snipes
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Mickey Goodwin
147: Kevin Rooney dec. Davey Moore, Bronx, NY
147: Phillip Gaines dec. Bobby Czyz
119: Milton McCrory dec. Joe Walker
119: Milton McCrory dec. Carlos Johnson
80: Tommy Ayers dec. Floyd Favors
85: Stevie McCrory dec. Troy "Schoolboy" Wortham

1980 Random results, JO and Open:
80: Les Johnson, Maryland dec. Montell Griffin, Chicago
65: Jemal Hinton, Maryland dec. Carl Griffith, Ohio
106: Anthony Hembrick, Detroit dec. Robert Myatt
156: James "Hard Rock" Green dec. Ray Bryant

1981 OPEN FINALS:
132: Charlie "White Lightning" Brown dec. Darrick Hudson DQ
139: Jerry Page dec. Chauncey Jackson
147: Louis Howard dec. Frank Tate
+201: Jesse "Boogieman" Ferguson dec. Warren Thompson

1980 Senior JO Finals:
95: Obie Beard dec. Todd Hickman
119: Jonas Grice dec. Vincent Pettway
65: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Ronald Barret
90: Chris Byrd dec. Terrel Nelson
1980: Semifinals, Junior Olympic class:
90: James Harris dec. Kennedy McKinney
(Harris is the brother of Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson)
1980: Open class Semifinals:

132: Charlie "White Lightning" Brown rsc Anthony Haskins
(Haskins was a 6ft. 2 lightweight)
147: Frank Tate dec. Michael Nunn

1982 Open Finals:
125: Lamont Buchanan rsc Anthony Hembrick
156: Frank Tate dec. Kevin Laird
178: Ricky Womack dec. Jerry Goff
(Jerry Goff just couldn't catch a break at the Ohio Fair. Here in 82' he meets up with the killer that was Womack and then one year later, at 201, he runs smack dab into Mike Tyson)
1982 Junior Division Finals:
70: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Saul Dorsey
1982 Open Semi's:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. George Green
(Here in 1982 Anthony Hembrick was a 125 pound featherweight while Darin Allen was a 156 pound light middleweight. Six year later they would be each others chief rival at 165 lbs. I wonder if, back here in 1982, if they were even aware of each other?)
139: Roderick Moore rsc David Turner
156: Frank Tate dec. Darin Allen
178: Ricky Womack rsc Jerry Harris.
1982 Open Quarterfinals:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. Clifford Jacobs
1982 Open prelims:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. Mickey Sampson
156: Frank Tate rsc Kevin Corcoran
156: Darin Allen dec. George McCallister
156: Darin Allen dec. Tony Briseno

1985 Open Semi-finals:
156: Cordell Steadman rsc Thomas Tate
165: William Guthrie dec. Kertis Mingo
165: Darin Allen dec. Paul McPeek
+201: Victory Barren W/O Oliver McCall
1985 preliminaries- All divisions:
106: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Aroz Gist
112: Oba Carr dec. Antonio Taste
165: Kertis Mingo dec. Teddy Walls
165: Darin Allen dec. Herman Delgado
165: Darin Allen dec. Leonzer Barber
165: Leonzer Barber dec. Willie Pollard
165: William Guthrie dec. Lorenzo Wright
165: Kertis Mingo dec. Donald Johnson

1986 Open Finals:
156 Tim Richards dec. Thomas Barnett
1986 JO Finals:
90: Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson, Washington D.C. dec. Anthony Nielems
139: Cleveland Nelson, Detroit, winner
1986 Prelim bouts:
95: Tim Austin, Cincinnati., Ohio dec. Janardo Howell
165: Lamar "Kid Fire" Parks, Greenville, S.C. dec. William Moore, Brooklyn, NY
(I defeated Lamar twice as an amateur later on but lost to Moore in 1983 as a 15 year old in just my second official fight ever)
165: William Moore, New York dec. Michael Peak, Louisville


who came up with the list from 1981 I fought 75lbs. 11yr. Open and won I was wondering if I could find out the names of the 3 guy I fought to win it, also Boyd Gardner won outta Michigan as well I think he was at 106 some where around that weight


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PostPosted: 03 Mar 2011, 17:27 

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a-square fight club wrote:
ICEMAN JOHN SCULLY wrote:
OHIO STATE FAIR Results:
...The Ohio Fair has drawn some of the biggest names in boxing to its tournament and, as a result, there have been some pretty interesting results that came from the thousands of matches held there through the years.

In 1973, for example, there was a 95 pound Junior Olympian (aged 12 years) in the tournament by the name of James Douglas (Or "Buster" as he is known to the world). Also in 1973 the 75 pound intermediate champion was none other than future (1984) Olympic Gold medalist Jerry Page of Columbus. Page defeated Daryl Churchill in the finals back in 1973 and then, eleven years later, went on to win his gold at 139 pounds in the 1984 Los Angeles Olympiad (along with Breland, Whitaker, Taylor and the others).

The 132 pound class in 1973 saw future world champions Hilmer Kenty and Aaron Pryor match up in the finals with Kenty taking a decision victory. One class up, at 139, Sugar Ray Leonard stopped Larry Morgan and the welterweight class saw Columbus' Ohio State Fair legend Milton "Pete" Seward score a finals night decision over future WBC Light heavy champ J.B. Williamson.

Note: rsc = referee stops contest. The amateur equivalent of a TKO.

1973 Finals:
132: Hilmer Kenty dec. Aaron Pryor
147: Pete Seward dec. J.B. Williamson`
1975 Prelims:
70: Calvin Christianson dec. Stevie McCrory
125: Tommy Hearns dec. Bruce Williams
125: Tommy Hearns dec. Ray Johnson
147: Milton Seward dec. Odell Leonard
1975 FINALS:
125: Mike Johnson dec. Thomas Hearns, (J.O.)
156: Tony Tucker dec Mickey Goodwin (JO)
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Ray Kates
Hvwt: Tony Tubbs dec. Lamar Robinson

1977 Open Class Finals:
119: Carmelo Negron dec. Joe Louis Manley
125: Daryl Fuller dec. Jimmy Paul
132: Anthony Fletcher rsc Gregory Winston
147: Bernard "Superbad" Mayes rsc (on cuts) Kevin Rooney
(Teddy Atlas was in Rooney's corner for this tournament)
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Randy Smith
(I sparred with future world champion Lindell in 1991 and I fought Smith in 1991, too, winning a 10 round unanimous decision)
178: Mark Frazee dec. Leroy Murphy
Heavy: Tony Tubbs, dec. Phillip Brown
(The 1977 "Outstanding open class boxer'"award winner is Bernard "Superbad" Mayes)
1977 Senior Div JO Finals:
106: Arnie Wells, Detroit dec. Robert "Bam Bam" Hines, Philadelphia
119: Milton "Iceman" McCrory, Detroit dec. Dean Clark, Washington D.C.
1977 Open and JO prelim results:
119: Jackie Beard dec. Jerry Page
178: Lee Roy Murphy dec. Tony "TNT" Tucker
Hvwt: Phillip Brown dec. Renaldo "MR." Snipes
165: Lindell Holmes dec. Mickey Goodwin
147: Kevin Rooney dec. Davey Moore, Bronx, NY
147: Phillip Gaines dec. Bobby Czyz
119: Milton McCrory dec. Joe Walker
119: Milton McCrory dec. Carlos Johnson
80: Tommy Ayers dec. Floyd Favors
85: Stevie McCrory dec. Troy "Schoolboy" Wortham

1980 Random results, JO and Open:
80: Les Johnson, Maryland dec. Montell Griffin, Chicago
65: Jemal Hinton, Maryland dec. Carl Griffith, Ohio
106: Anthony Hembrick, Detroit dec. Robert Myatt
156: James "Hard Rock" Green dec. Ray Bryant

1981 OPEN FINALS:
132: Charlie "White Lightning" Brown dec. Darrick Hudson DQ
139: Jerry Page dec. Chauncey Jackson
147: Louis Howard dec. Frank Tate
+201: Jesse "Boogieman" Ferguson dec. Warren Thompson

1980 Senior JO Finals:
95: Obie Beard dec. Todd Hickman
119: Jonas Grice dec. Vincent Pettway
65: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Ronald Barret
90: Chris Byrd dec. Terrel Nelson
1980: Semifinals, Junior Olympic class:
90: James Harris dec. Kennedy McKinney
(Harris is the brother of Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson)
1980: Open class Semifinals:

132: Charlie "White Lightning" Brown rsc Anthony Haskins
(Haskins was a 6ft. 2 lightweight)
147: Frank Tate dec. Michael Nunn

1982 Open Finals:
125: Lamont Buchanan rsc Anthony Hembrick
156: Frank Tate dec. Kevin Laird
178: Ricky Womack dec. Jerry Goff
(Jerry Goff just couldn't catch a break at the Ohio Fair. Here in 82' he meets up with the killer that was Womack and then one year later, at 201, he runs smack dab into Mike Tyson)
1982 Junior Division Finals:
70: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Saul Dorsey
1982 Open Semi's:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. George Green
(Here in 1982 Anthony Hembrick was a 125 pound featherweight while Darin Allen was a 156 pound light middleweight. Six year later they would be each others chief rival at 165 lbs. I wonder if, back here in 1982, if they were even aware of each other?)
139: Roderick Moore rsc David Turner
156: Frank Tate dec. Darin Allen
178: Ricky Womack rsc Jerry Harris.
1982 Open Quarterfinals:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. Clifford Jacobs
1982 Open prelims:
125: Anthony Hembrick dec. Mickey Sampson
156: Frank Tate rsc Kevin Corcoran
156: Darin Allen dec. George McCallister
156: Darin Allen dec. Tony Briseno

1985 Open Semi-finals:
156: Cordell Steadman rsc Thomas Tate
165: William Guthrie dec. Kertis Mingo
165: Darin Allen dec. Paul McPeek
+201: Victory Barren W/O Oliver McCall
1985 preliminaries- All divisions:
106: Sharmba Mitchell dec. Aroz Gist
112: Oba Carr dec. Antonio Taste
165: Kertis Mingo dec. Teddy Walls
165: Darin Allen dec. Herman Delgado
165: Darin Allen dec. Leonzer Barber
165: Leonzer Barber dec. Willie Pollard
165: William Guthrie dec. Lorenzo Wright
165: Kertis Mingo dec. Donald Johnson

1986 Open Finals:
156 Tim Richards dec. Thomas Barnett
1986 JO Finals:
90: Mark "Too Sharp" Johnson, Washington D.C. dec. Anthony Nielems
139: Cleveland Nelson, Detroit, winner
1986 Prelim bouts:
95: Tim Austin, Cincinnati., Ohio dec. Janardo Howell
165: Lamar "Kid Fire" Parks, Greenville, S.C. dec. William Moore, Brooklyn, NY
(I defeated Lamar twice as an amateur later on but lost to Moore in 1983 as a 15 year old in just my second official fight ever)
165: William Moore, New York dec. Michael Peak, Louisville


who came up with the list from 1981 I fought 75lbs. 11yr. Open and won I was wondering if I could find out the names of the 3 guys I fought to win it, also Boyd Gardner won outta Michigan as well I think he was at 106 some where around that weight


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