ELITE HEAT’S SHAKUR STEVENSON WINS 2013 JR. WORLD TEAM OPEN TOURNEY

January 15, 2013 by
Filed under: Boxing News 

NEWARK, NJ (January 14, 2013)—The Elite Heat Boxing Gym would like to congratulate Shakur Stevenson for his victory at the 2013 Jr. World Team Tourney in Reno, Nevada.

The 114 pound Stevenson of Newark won three bouts which included his title winning effort over Noah Contreras in the finals by a score of 16-8.

Stevenson is trained by his grandfather Walli Moses and Robert Griffin and has an amateur record of 73-7.

Stevenson recently traveled to Russia and took home the Velez Cup.

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