Kelcie Banks

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Name: Kelcie Banks
Alias: Mr. Mix
Birth Name: Kelcie Herron Banks
Hometown: San Diego, California, USA
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 183cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

  • Member of the 1988 USA Olympic Team
  • Attempted to return to boxing in 2002, but license was denied by the Nevada State Athletic Commission

Amateur Highlights

  • Claimed a record of 460-86
  • 1985 National Golden Gloves featherweight champion
  • 1986 United States Amateur Featherweight champion
  • 1986 World Amateur Featherweight champion
  • 1987 United States Amateur Featherweight champion
  • 1987 Gold Medalist at Pan-American Games in Indianapolis as a Featherweight
  • Qualified for the United States Olympic Team as a Featherweight. Defeated Jesse James Leija and Eddie Hopson to earn a berth
  • Was knocked out in the 1st round of opening round match, by Regilio Tuur (Netherlands).

World amateur championships results

1986 (as a featherweight)

  • Became a member of the Illinois Boxing Hall of Fame 2020.