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January 24, 25, 31, Feb. 1st 2015,
Registration for 2015 Tournament
1 Kings Hwy
Middletown Police Station
Jan 24th ,31st - 12-3 pm
Aspira Boxing Gym
390 Broad Street Newark NJ
Jan 25th, Feb. 1st 12-3 pm
February 28th- Show #1
Christian Brothers Academy
850 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft NJ 7PM
March 7th - Show #2
Global Boxing Gym
5601 Tonnelle Ave., North Bergen NJ 7PM
March 14th - Show #3
900 Leonardville Rd, Middletown NJ 7PM
March 21st - Show #4
Brick Twp. P.AL.
Brick Memorial HS
2001 Lanes Mills Rd, Brick Twp. NJ 7PM
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What is Golden Gloves?
The Golden Gloves is the name given to annual competitions for amateur boxing in the United States. The Golden Gloves is often the term used to refer to the National Golden Gloves competition, but it also can represent several other amateur tournaments, including regional golden gloves tournaments and other notable tournaments such as the Intercity Golden Gloves, the Chicago Golden Gloves, and the New York Golden Gloves.
The national contest is sponsored and controlled by the Golden Gloves Association of America, Inc. Winners from regional Golden Gloves competitions compete in the national competition, called the Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions. The Tournament of Champions is held once a year, and a new tournament site is selected annually. The US Golden Gloves program is currently organized on a territorial basis to give all sections of the country representation. All tournaments are planned, promoted and directed by the Golden Gloves Charities and within the limits of the strict amateur boxing code.
Many former Golden Gloves® amateur boxing champions have gone on to become outstanding boxers and role models in our country. Former Heavyweight Champion of the World, Joe Louis was a Golden Gloves Champion in 1934. Many other champions including Muhammad Ali (1960); Sugar Ray Leonard (1973); “Marvelous” Marvin Hagler (1973); Michael Spinks (1974); Thomas “Hitman” Hearns (1977); Johnny Tapia (1984); Mike Tyson (1984); Evander Holyfield (1984); Oscar De La Hoya (1989) and Jermain Taylor (1998 and 1999) all got their start in the Golden Gloves tournaments.