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Elite Heat amateurs shine
NEWARK, NJ (February 11, 2013)—This past Saturday at the Rodeway Inn in Allentown, PA, Kings Boxing Promotions staged a Pro-Am card that saw three members of the Elite Heat Boxing team score victories during the amateur portion of the show.
In the 112 Pound Division (ages 15-16), Shakur Stevenson scored a victory over Jacob Soto.
Stevenson is trained by his grandfather Walli Moses and Robert Griffin and has an amateur record of 74-7.
Stevenson recently traveled to Russia and took home the Velez Cup and was the 2012 Ringside World champion and 2013 Jr. World champion
Eysa Dorsey scored a victory over Donald Ford of Washington, DC in the 75 lb (ages 11-12) division. Dorsey was the 2012 Nation Jr. Golden Gloves champion
Finally in the 75 lb (ages 10-11) Viti Mielnicki won a decision over Jahlil Hackett of Washington, DC. Hackett was the 2012 Title National Champion while Mienicki was the 2011 and 2012 Jr. National Golden Gloves champion and 2012 Ringside World champion
For more information on the Elite Heat Boxing team: www.eliteheatgym.com
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