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== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
  
Grew up in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan. His brother Norberto, a retired New York City social services worker boxed, as did his uncle, featherweight [[Victor Melendez]], a solid pro who compiled a 16-0-4 (0KOS) record between 1963-69. His two losses were decisions to [[Ismael Laguna]] and [[Carolos Teo Cruz]], both of whom held world titles. His cousins [[Carlos Pacheco]] and [[Angel Nieves]] also boxed competitively[http://www.thesweetscience.com/boxing-article/5335/tss-closer-look-referee-benjy-esteves/]
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Grew up in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan. His brother Norberto, a retired New York City social services worker boxed, as did his uncle, featherweight [[Victor Melendez]], a solid pro who compiled a 16-0-4 (0KOS) record between 1963-69. His two losses were decisions to [[Ismael Laguna]] and [[Carlos Teo Cruz]], both of whom held world titles. His cousins [[Carlos Pacheco]] and [[Angel Nieves]] also boxed competitively[http://www.thesweetscience.com/boxing-article/5335/tss-closer-look-referee-benjy-esteves/]

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Benjy Esteves Jr.

Name: Benjy Esteves Jr.
Hometown: New York, New York, USA
Judging Record: click
Refereeing Record: click


Biography

Grew up in the Hell's Kitchen section of Manhattan. His brother Norberto, a retired New York City social services worker boxed, as did his uncle, featherweight Victor Melendez, a solid pro who compiled a 16-0-4 (0KOS) record between 1963-69. His two losses were decisions to Ismael Laguna and Carlos Teo Cruz, both of whom held world titles. His cousins Carlos Pacheco and Angel Nieves also boxed competitively[1]