Shelton Bell

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Name: Shelton Bell
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio, USA
Birthplace: Youngstown, Ohio, USA
Height: 175cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

  • Graduate of Wilburforce University, 1939.
  • Chicago Tribune Golden Gloves Champion, 1939.
  • Made the final of the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions at light heavyweight, with the verdict being awarded to Jimmy Reeves on March 10,1939.
  • Lost in semis, Jan 30, 1936 in Cleveland GG Tournament.
  • Won Dayton, OH Golden Gloves, 1939.
  • Fought for an Intercity Golden Gloves' title at middleweight on Mar 29, 1939 with the verdict being awarded to Warren Jones.
  • Won an Intercity Golden Gloves' title at light heavyweight vs. Stanley Goicz on Mar 18, 1940.
  • Ohio AAU 175-lb Champion, 1941 (KO-1, 0:30 over Elmo Green).
  • National AAU 175-lb Champion, 1941.
  • Older brother of Tommy Bell

Preceded by:
Vic Hutton
Light Heavyweight Champion

Succeeded by:
Bob Foxworth
Preceded by:
Ragon Kinney
Intercity Golden Gloves
Light Heavyweight Title

Succeeded by:
Danny Cox