Last week, 15-year-old amateur boxing standout Shakur Stevenson—fighting out of the renowned Elite Heat Boxing Club in Newark, NJ, won all three of his bouts to become the 2013 Junior World Team Champion. In Reno, Nevada.
Under the tutelage of his grandfather Walli Moses and Robert Griffin, Stevenson has put together an impressive amateur record of 73-7, and recently had traveled to Russia where he competed and brought home the Velez Cup.
The 114-pound young teen has established himself as one of the top fighters in the country, and is adamant about continuing his dominating ways through 2013.
Elite Heat Boxing Gym of Newark, NJ has established themselves as one of the top boxing gyms in the country for amateur and professional fighters. Elite’s undefeated junior middleweight prospect John Thompson will be looking to extend his unbeaten streak to 10 fights as he steps between the ropes of the squared circle Saturday night on the Austin Trout/Miguel Cotto championship undercard.
For more information on Elite Heat Boxing or to learn more about their upcoming Pro-Am shows visit www.eliteheatgym.com.