Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Matchups Set For Golden Gloves Regionals!

We now have the scheduled bout sheet for the Washington Golden Gloves Regional Championships which will be held on Saturday, April 26 at the Waldorf Jaycees in Waldorf, MD.

Novice Division:

114 Pounds: Kollin Shrewsbury, Washington, DC is the regional champion.

123 Pounds: Cody Woodland, Washington, DC vs. Dewayne Beamon, Goldsboro, NC

132 Pounds: Taylor Woodland, Washington, DC vs. Emmanuel Lopez, Virginia Beach, VA

141 Pounds: Tyrek Irby, Oxon Hill, MD vs. Trevor Lewis, Virginia Beach, VA

152 Pounds: Shynggyskhan Tazhibay, Rockville, MD vs. Maynard Allison, Newport News, VA

165 Pounds: Tyrell Boyd, Baltimore, MD vs. Jauvan John, Richmond, VA

178 Pounds: Jordon Payne, Hyattsville, MD vs. Christopher Ware, Richmond, VA

201 Pounds: Jordan Davenport, Baltimore, MD vs. Charles Bright, Chantilly, VA

201+ Pounds: Carlos Black, Gaithersburg, MD vs. Thomas  Harper, Suffolk, VA

Open Division:  (Winners will advance to the National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions May 11-18 in Las Vegas, NV)

108 Pounds: Demetrius Young, Bowie, MD vs. Jonathan Howard, Hamstead, NC

114 Pounds: Malik Jackson, Washington, DC vs. Shakur Stevenson, Burke, VA

123 Pounds: Gary Antonio Russell, Capitol Heights, MD vs. Donte Dunnaville, Roanoke, VA

132 Pounds: Jalen Jones, Washington, DC vs. Kelvin Davis, Norfolk, VA

141 Pounds: Gary Antuanne Russell, Capitol Heights, MD vs. Eric Hernandez, Leesburg, VA

152 Pounds: Malik Hawkins, Baltimore, MD vs. Michael Garrison, Roanoke, VA

165 Pounds: Tavon Body, Burtonsville, MD vs. Clinso Brumfield, Alexandria, VA

178 Pounds: Justin Bell, Severn, MD vs. O'Bryan Mapp, South Chesterfield, VA

201 Pounds:  Milik Titus, Baltimore, MD vs. Darnell Price II, Camp Lejeune, NC

201+ Pounds: Anthony Nembhard, College Park, MD vs. Nicholas Thompson, Raleigh-Durham, NC.

The card begins at 8 PM.


Anonymous said...

Where can we get ticket information?

Anonymous said...

Call 301-843-6165

Anonymous said...

I dont think Va will win a fight. Never heard of any of those guys...

Anonymous said...

The Va./N.C. Golden Gloves had too many strange decisions last weekend. The best boxer in a lot of weight classes is not going to Waldorf.

Anonymous said...

If you go to the regionals you'll see the problem whenever a Va/NC referee is in the ring. Most of them don't let the boxers fight, constantly stopping the bout and warning the fighters about obscure rule violations. Every year the Va/NC refs get booed at Waldorf.

They don't get paid, and they give their time, but, the kids work hard all year to advance and often, the best don't get to advance because of the officials.

Anonymous said...

A lot of the better quality of boxers did not attend the VA/NC event. BOXING has really taken a nose dive in NC due to the changes made in the Golden Gloves were participants have to travel a different route than before all due to the POLITRICKS AND MONEY. BOXERS GETTING PIMPED

Anonymous said...

If that is the same Shakur Stevenson that is originally from New Jersey then his fight will probably be the most exciting fight to watch that night . Maybe Digital Williams can correct me but i believe both Stevenson and Jackson are coming off of victories in world tournaments !

Anonymous said...

Yes,I agree,they robbed one of the most talented fighters in the USA Steven Zaiden after he had an amazing performance every single day at the Golden Gloves in VA. its sad that the fighter that deserves to fight will not be going ahead.

Anonymous said...

Zaiden did have a good tournament. At 201+, George Harris won every minute of his fight on Friday night but "lost" the decision. There were bad decisions that affected the outcome in most weight classes. There are good boxers in Va. and N.C., but until Va./NC gets competent officials, the regionals won't be competitive. The Md/DC champs are not getting the opportunity to fight the best from Va./NC.

Anonymous said...

Watch Dewayne Beamon he is definitely gonna make some noise for NC.. very fast and strong his condition though sets him apart he was the only fighter in the VA/Nc golden gloves who dont be out of breath and tired.. He an monster for real I do not know cody woodland but he in for it Dewayne is undefeated