Mickey Bey Jr.
Name: Mickey Bey
Alias: The Spirit
Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Hometown: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Height: 5′ 9″ / 175cm
Reach: 69″ / 175cm
Boxing Record: click
Showtime reported he had 250 amateur bouts; ESPN-TV's Friday Night Fights (July 1, 2011) reported 150 bouts.
- Semi-finalist in the 1999 and 2000 Junior Olympics at 100lbs.
- Runner up at the 2000 American Boxing Classic tournament at 119 lbs.
- Won the Silver Medal in the 2000 National Golden Gloves at 119 lbs, losing to Rasheem Jefferson.
- Quarter finalist 2000 Police Athletic League tournament at 119 lbs, losing to Torrence Daniels.
- Quarter finalist 2001 United States championships at 119 lbs, beating Carney Bowman but losing to Allen Litzau.
- Bronze Medal in the 2001 National Golden Gloves at 119 lbs.
- Gold Medal in the 2001 United States Under-19 championships at 119 lbs.
- Bronze Medal at the 2002 United States championships at 125 lbs.
- Gold Medal in the 2002 Police Athletic League tournament at 125 lbs.
- Gold Medal in the 2002 National Golden Gloves at 125 lbs, beating Apollo Welch, Carney Bowman, Luis Lozano and Dat Nguyen.
- Won the 2004 US Olympic box-offs, but was unable to compete in the first olympic qualifier because of pneumonia.
- Lost in the last olympic qualifier in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Daniel Eduardo Brizuela, Argentina 15-20.