Name: Shawn Estrada
Alias: Manos de Oro
Hometown: East Los Angeles, California, USA
Birthplace: Montebello, California, USA
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Promoter: Frank Warren
Trainer: Henry Ramirez
Shawn Estrada (born: April 1, 1985 in East Los Angeles, California) is an American boxer who qualified for the 2008 Olympics at middleweight.
Reported amateur record: 110-7 Estrada competed never captured a United States Amateur National Golden Gloves championship. In 2007 he lost to Shawn Porter, but later that year won the Olympic qualifier. At the World Championships 2007 he won two bouts, then was upset by Konstantin Buga.
At a dual meet he beat Jarrod Fletcher.
He lost at the first American qualifier 3:13 to Carlos Gongora, but won three bouts at the second qualifier.
World Amateur Championships results
- Defeated Artur Zlatopolski (Israel) RSCO 3
- Defeated Ryota Murata (Japan) 17-12
- Lost to Konstantin Buga (Germany) 11-11
Some additional amateur details: Won a gold medal at the 2001 US Junior Olympics at 139 lbs. Quarter finalist at 2003 US Under-19 championships at 152 lbs, losing to Vanes Martirosyan. Competed at the 2004 National Police Athletic League championships (PAL) at 165 lbs. Won a bronze medal at the 2005 US Amateur championships at 75 kg, losing to Jonathan Nelson. Competed at the 2005 World Cup for USA at 75 kg. Silver medalist at the 2005 PAL at 165 lbs losing on disqualification to Daniel Jacobs. Won bronze medal at the 2006 US Amateur championships at 75 kg, beating Edwin Rodriguez but losing to Daniel Jacobs. Won US Blue & Gold Tournament at 165 lbs, beating Edwin Rodriguez. Quarter finalist at the 2006 P.A.L. tournament at 75 kgs, losing to Nick Brinson. Won gold medal at 2006 6 Nations Tournament in Italy at 75 kgs. Runner up at 2007 Pan American Games Box-Off, beating Edwin Rodriguez but losing to Shawn Porter. Won U.S. Olympic Trials for the 2008 Olympics at 75 kg. Competed at 2007 World championships at 75 kg.