Mark Breland

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Name: Mark Breland
Birth Name: Mark Anthony Breland
Born: 1963-05-11
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Hometown: New York, New York, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 2″   /   188cm
Boxing Record: click

Trainers: Lou Duva & Joey Fariello
Manager: Henry Grooms

Mark Breland Photo Gallery



Amateur Highlights

  • Amateur Record: 110-1

Amateur log - partial

  • 1980 won the Novice New York Daily News Golden Gloves Championship at 139 lb.
  • 1981 to 1984 won four consecutive Open New York Daily News Golden Gloves Championships at 147 lb.
  • His record in the New York Golden Gloves was 21-0 with 19 knockouts, 14 in the first round.
  • 1981 Intercity Golden Gloves 147 lb. Champion. Breland scored a first-round knockout of Efrain Bennett in the final.
  • Lost to Darryl Anthony by a 3-2 decision at the 1981 United States Amateur Championships in the welterweight division. This was Breland's only loss as an amateur. He avenged the loss in his eleventh professional fight, winning by a third-round knockout.
  • 1982 United States Amateur Welterweight Champion
  • 1982 World Amateur Welterweight Champion in Munich, West Germany.
  • 1983 United States Amateur Welterweight Champion. Results were:
  • 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials Welterweight Champion in Fort Worth, Texas. Results were:
  • Defeated Louis Howard on points at the Olympic Box-Offs in Las Vegas.
  • Welterweight Gold Medalist at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Results were:


Preceded by:
Jesus Serrano at 135 lb
New York Daily News Golden Gloves
Novice 139 Pound Champion

1980
Succeeded by:
Andre Coles
Preceded by:
Pedro Vilella
New York Daily News Golden Gloves
Open 147 Pound Champion

1981-1984
Succeeded by:
Bradley Austin
Preceded by:
Pedro Vilella
Intercity Golden Gloves
147 Pound Champion

1981
Succeeded by:
Tournament ends


Preceded by:
Darryl Robinson
NationalAAU
Welterweight Champion

1982 spring
Succeeded by:
Ron Essett winter 1982
Preceded by:
Ron Essett winter 1982
NationalAAU
Welterweight Champion

1983
Succeeded by:
Darryl Lattimore


Preceded by:
Andres Aldama
Olympic Gold Medalist
Welterweight Champion

1984
Succeeded by:
Robert Wangila



1984 Los Angeles Olympics

Awards & Recognition

Trivia

Trainer

Trains/Trained:


Preceded by:
Lloyd Honeyghan
Vacated
WBA Welterweight Champion
1987 Feb 6 – 1987 Aug 22
Succeeded by:
Marlon Starling
Preceded by:
Tomas Molinares
Vacated
WBA Welterweight Champion
1989 Feb 4 – 1990 Jul 8
Succeeded by:
Aaron Davis