Birthday: 11/09/02

Currently reside: North Las Vegas, NV

Weight class: 101 lbs

Height: 5’5”

Coach’s name: Fernando Diaz Sr.

Club name: Richard Steele Boxing Club

When did you start boxing and why: I started when I was very young because I would always be at the gym with my dad, and he would ask if I wanted to spar with him.

Amateur record: 62-4

Career highlights to this point: 2016 USA Boxing Junior National Champion, 2016 Junior Olympic and Prep Tournament gold medalist, 3x National Junior Golden Gloves Champion, 2014 National Silver Gloves Champion

What do you think is your greatest asset in the ring: My ability to make the adjustments I need.

If you weren’t boxing, what would you be doing? If I didn’t box, I do not know what else I would do.

Who has been your biggest inspiration and why: My older brother Rey, he has accomplished a lot and it inspires me and pushes me to do more.

What motivates you the most: I motivate myself to be the best at whatever I do.

What are five things that most people don’t know about you: 1. I like to draw. 2. I like to do everything as perfect as I can. 3. I like to play basketball with my brothers. 4. My dad is the only person to ever train me. 5. My favorite fighter is Oscar De La Hoya.

National titles won: 2016 USA Boxing Junior National Champion, 2016 National Junior Olympic and Prep Championships, National Junior Golden Gloves Champion (2012, 2014, 2016), 2011 Desert Showdown, 2014 National Silver Gloves, Gene Lewis Invitational (2012-2015), 2015 Pikes Peak Championships, 2014 Diamond Belt Tournament, Boxers For Christ (2013-2014).