Birthday: 05/11/99

Currently reside: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Weight class: 165 lbs

Height: 5’10”

Coach’s name: Yoruba Moreu

Club name: Moreu Boxing   

When did you start boxing and why: I started boxing when I was 13, because I used to get in a lot of trouble when I was younger. 

Amateur Record: 36-12

Career highlights to this point: 2016 USA Boxing National Champion, 2015 Junior/Youth Open silver medalist, 2014 and 2015 Junior Olympic silver medalist, 4x Native American Champion, 2014 Gene Lewis Champion.

What do you think is your greatest asset in the ring: My jab, height and speed.

If you weren’t boxing, what would you be doing? I would be playing basketball or running cross country. I would say surfing but there is no beach in New Mexico.

Who has been your biggest inspiration and why: I would say my father because he puts a lot of dedication and sacrifices for me to get to these tournaments and where I am at. 

What motivates you the most: I would say losing my mother gave me a lot of anger/motivation, which I put into my boxing. My family is also a major key. 

What are five things that most people don’t know about you: 1. I don’t have a middle name. 2. My father is Puerto Rican and my mother is Native/Pueblo. 3. I love the ocean/beach. 4. I love to travel. 5. I have an outside gym with a ring in my backyard.

National titles won: 2x Ringside World Champion, 2016 Title Nationals, 2016 Junior Olympics Youth Nationals, 2016 USA Boxing Nationals