Jack Culcay-Keth

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Name: Jack Culcay
Alias: Golden Jack
Birth Name: Jack Robert Culcay-Keth
Born: 1985-09-26
Hometown: Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Birthplace: Ambato, Ecuador
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 170cm
Reach: 165cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

Jack Robert Culcay-Keth is a German boxer who has fought at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the men's welterweight division, won a Silver medal at the European Championships 2008 and the Gold at the 2009 World Amateur Boxing Championships.

Amateur Career

  • Started boxing at age 12
  • Amateur record: 95-28-3
  • Culcay Keth who starts for TG 75 Darmstadt was relatively unknown in 2007, not even German titleholder and had only a second place finish at the Chemistry Cup tournament 2007 to his credit when he was sent to the 2007 World Amateur Boxing Championships. But while all the German topfighters exited early he and middleweight Konstantin Buga were the only ones to reach the quarterfinal and qualify for Beijing. Culcay beat Jetmir Kuci and Zoran Mitrovic then he lost to eventual American winner Demetrius Andrade.
  • At the end of the year he won his first German title.
  • At the Olympics he was edged out in his first bout by Kim Jung-Joo.
  • At the end of the year he won Euro silver losing the final to Magomed Nurutdinov.

Olympic Games Results 2008 (as a welterweight)

World Amateur Championships 2007 (as a welterweight)

2009 (as a welterweight)

European Amateur Championships 2008 (as a welterweight)

This article borrows from Culcay-Keth's article in Wikipedia: [1]

Titles Held

  • WBA Light Middleweight Title (2016-17)
  • WBA Interim Light Middleweight Title (2015-16)
  • EBU Light Middleweight Title (2014)
  • WBA Intercontinental Light Middleweight Title (2012-13, 2013-14)


Preceded by:
Erislandy Lara
Upgraded to Super Champion
WBA Light Middleweight Champion
2016 Jun 8 – 2017 Mar 11
Regular Champion
Succeeded by:
Demetrius Andrade
Regular Champion