Birthday: 07/31/01

Currently reside: Toledo, OH

Weight class: 106 lbs

Height: 5’4”

Coach’s name: Otha Jones, Roshawn Jones

Club name: Soul City Gym  

When did you start boxing and why: I was 8-years-old when my first coach found interest in me. He trained me for only two weeks, and then set me up for a fight with the internet sensation “Pretty Boy Bam Bam.” This was a fight that he got paid for me to lose. After that loss, I went to Soul City Gym, where I saw all the champions, and here I am today, a champion.  

Amateur Record: 35-5

Career highlights to this point: Winning gold at the 2016 Elite, Youth and Junior Open, which was my first time competing; thus making the 2017 USA Boxing Junior National Team.

What do you think is your greatest asset in the ring: My jab.

If you weren’t boxing, what would you be doing? Running the streets. 

Who has been your biggest inspiration and why: My head coach, Otha Jones. When I was running the streets, he was the only one who came to save me. 

What motivates you the most: Being successful in the ring, so I can eventually be able to reach back and help my family.  

What are five things that most people don’t know about you: 1. I’m a gymnast. 2. I run cross country. 3. I’m a wrestler. 4. I’m a mentor to the younger kids in the gym. 5. I live with my coach, Otha Jones. 

National titles won: 2016 Junior Open, Ringside