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* 1943 Won the [[Intercity Golden Gloves]] Light Heavyweight (175 lb) Title (alternate), representing Chicago, by tko over Joe Rochester (1:46 third round). He was attached to the Rosecrans Air Field at St Joseph Mo.  
 
* 1943 Won the [[Intercity Golden Gloves]] Light Heavyweight (175 lb) Title (alternate), representing Chicago, by tko over Joe Rochester (1:46 third round). He was attached to the Rosecrans Air Field at St Joseph Mo.  
* 1944 Won the New York (City) Golden Gloves Championship over Ken Madsen. (160 lb Open ) Feb. 28th  
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* 1944 Won the New York Daily NewsGolden Gloves Championship over Ken Madsen. (160 lb Open ) Feb. 28th  
 
* 1944 Won the [[New York Golden Gloves]] Tournament of Champions over Leon Thompson. (160 lb), being attached to the New Castle Military Air Base, in New Castle, Delaware  
 
* 1944 Won the [[New York Golden Gloves]] Tournament of Champions over Leon Thompson. (160 lb), being attached to the New Castle Military Air Base, in New Castle, Delaware  
 
*Served in the United States Army during World War Two.  
 
*Served in the United States Army during World War Two.  

Revision as of 13:33, 23 February 2013

Name: Hy Bronstein
Birth Name: Hyman Bronstein
Hometown: Bronx, New York, USA
Stance: Southpaw
Boxing Record: click

  • 1943 Won the Intercity Golden Gloves Light Heavyweight (175 lb) Title (alternate), representing Chicago, by tko over Joe Rochester (1:46 third round). He was attached to the Rosecrans Air Field at St Joseph Mo.
  • 1944 Won the New York Daily NewsGolden Gloves Championship over Ken Madsen. (160 lb Open ) Feb. 28th
  • 1944 Won the New York Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions over Leon Thompson. (160 lb), being attached to the New Castle Military Air Base, in New Castle, Delaware
  • Served in the United States Army during World War Two.



Preceded by:
Leroy Jefferies
Intercity Golden Gloves
Light Heavyweight Title

1943
Succeeded by:
Roland LaStarza
Preceded by:
Joseph Bennett
New York Daily News Golden Gloves
Open Middleweight Champion

1944
Succeeded by:
Charles Johnson
Preceded by:
Dale Heersche
New York Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions
Middleweight Champion

1944
Succeeded by:
Howard Brodt