Name: Nicole M. Ocasio


Birthday: 10/18/2000


Residence: Tampa, FL


Weight Class: 132 lbs.


Height: 5’6’’


Coach’s name: Henry Ocasio


Club name: Gladiators


When did you start boxing and why?: At 14, I use to run track then I got sick and I was hospitalized with pneumonia.  I was very weak, I lost a lot of weight and I couldn’t do much. My father took me to the boxing gym he used to train to get conditioning so I could go back to do track stronger, instead I fell in love with boxing and it became a big part of my life.


Amateur Record: 18-3


Career Highlights to this point: Winning to the #1 Boxer from Argentina by unanimous decision in the 2017 Ringside World Championship.


What do you think is your greatest asset in the ring: My speed and foot work.


If you weren’t boxing, what would you be doing? Most likely track or cross country.


Who has been your biggest inspiration and why: All the women boxers for all their hard work and perseverance that finally were able to be recognized and be allowed to compete in the Olympics for the first time in boxing at the 2012 Olympics.


What motivates you the most: My parents for their endless support.


What are five things most people don’t know about you: I love to draw, I hate boats, my favorite food is sushi, also I love Horror Movies and I do Varsity Wrestling in school.


National Titles Won: 2017 Youth National Champion in Salt Lake City, Utah. 2017 Ringside World Champion, 2017 National Women Golden Gloves Champion, 2016/2017 Junior and Youth Sugar Belt National Champion.