MARLO MOORE
Weight class:
Super heavyweight/201+ lbs
Hometown: Richmond, Calif.
Resides in: Hayward, Calif.
Birthdate: July 7, 1990
Coach: Virgil Hunter
Club: No Cross No Crown
College: Cal State Easy Bay
Began boxing: In 2005, when I was 15 because my life needed direction
What has boxing taught you: Determination and dedication
Greatest moment in a boxing ring: Making it to the finals of the 2015 national championships with only a handful of fights
What would going to the Olympics mean to you: The world I’ve been working toward this for almost 10 years
Biggest role model: My mother because she taught and pushed me to be self reliant and determined
Favorite TV show: Law and Order SVU
Favorite book: The Bible and Long Way Gone
Favorite movie: Remember the Titans
What do you listen to before a fight: Past church service
Favorite punch: Jab
Pre-fight ritual: Pray and watch a movie
Other sports played: Freshman football
Did you know:
* I’m working toward a law degree
* I like to fish
* I’m here to glorify God
OLYMPIC TRIALS CHAMPION
MEN’S TRIALS QUALIFIER I CHAMPION

2015 USA BOXING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS SILVER MEDALIST

Former Super Heavyweight Boxers:

Super heavyweight

201+ lbs

1984: Tyrell Biggs, Philadelphia, Pa. (1st)
1988: Riddick Bowe, Brooklyn, N.Y. (2nd)
1992: Larry Donald, Cincinnati, Ohio
1996: Lawrence Clay-Bey, Hartford, Conn.
2000: Calvin Brock, Charlotte, N.C.
2004: Jason Estrada, Providence, R.I.
2012: Dominic Breazeale, Alhambra, Calif.