Rau'shee Warren

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Name: Rau'shee Warren
Born: 1987-02-13 (Age:28)
Birthplace: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Height: 5′ 4½″   /   164cm
Reach: 64½″   /   164cm
Boxing Record: click

Rau'shee Warren is a three-time Olympian and 2007 World Amateur flyweight champion.

Amateur Career

  • 2002 National Junior Olympics Champion
  • 2003 Competed at the World Cadet Championships in Bucharest, Romania, as a Light Flyweight.
  • 2004 Silver medalist at the US Nationals, losing in final to Austreberto Juarez 13-15
  • 2004 US Olympic Trials Champion at Light Flyweight
  • 2004 Gold Medalist at the America´s Olympic Qualifier in Tijuana, Mexico, as a Light Flyweight.
  • 2004 Competed at the Athens Olympic Games as a Light Flyweight.
  • 2005 United States Amateur Champion at Flyweight
  • 2005 Competed at the World Cup (Team Competition) in Moscow, Russia, as a Flyweight.
  • 2005 Bronze Medalist at the World Championships in Mianyang, China, as a Flyweight.
  • 2006 United States Amateur Champion at Flyweight
  • 2006 Competed at the World Cup (Team Competition) in Baku, Azerbaijan, as a Bantamweight.
  • 2007 United States Amateur Champion at Flyweight
  • 2007 US Olympic Trials Champion at Flyweight
  • 2007 - Gold Medalist at the World Championships in Chicago, United States, as a flyweight.
  • 2008 Competed at the Beijing Olympic Games as a flyweight.
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  • 2009 Bronze medalist at the US Nationals at bantamweight, losing to Jesse Magdaleno 19-19+
  • 2010 National Golden Gloves champion at 114 pounds.
  • 2010 United States Amateur Champion at 114 pounds.
  • 2011 US Olympic Trials Champion at 114 pounds.
  • 2011 Bronze Medalist at the World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, at 114 pounds.
  • 2012 Competed at the London Olympic Games at flyweight.
  • Amateur record - partial

World Series of Boxing Results

  • 2010-2011 Season boxing for the Los Angeles Matadors
  • 2011-2012 Season boxing for the Los Angeles Matadors

Miscellaneous Factoids

  • Warren was the youngest male of 531 members on the 2004 United States Olympic Team. [1]