More than 100 elite male boxers registered to the upcoming 62nd Golden Gloves Tournament

27 November 2019 News

The 62nd edition of the Golden Gloves Tournament is the next European international event which will be held in Pancevo, Serbia this week. Serbia’s top international event will be strong enough in terms of quality and quantity as well. More than 100 elite male boxers registered to attend in the three-day long competition in Pancevo.

The competition was launched in the end of the ’50s and saw several big champions in the recent decades. An important AIBA 3-star Referee & Judge Course was held during the last edition of the Golden Gloves Tournament in 2018. Russia topped the team rankings with their four gold medals ahead of Morocco and host Serbia one year ago.

Facts of the event

  • Name: Golden Gloves Tournament
  • Date: November 27 – December 1, 2019
  • Venue: Pancevo, Serbia
  • Gender: Men
  • Age Group: Elite
  • Weight categories: 52kg, 57kg, 63kg, 69kg, 75kg, 81kg, 91kg and +91kg

Schedule of the Golden Gloves Tournament

  • November 27 – Arrival of the delegations
  • November 27 – Technical Meeting
  • November 28 – Official Draw
  • November 28, 16:00 – Day1 Quarter-finals
  • November 29, 16:00 – Day2 Semi-finals
  • November 30, 18:00 – Day3 Finals
  • December 1 – Departure of the delegations

Participating countries in the Golden Gloves Tournament

The following 17 nations will be attending in the Golden Gloves Tournament: Algeria, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, England, Italy, Moldova, Morocco, Montenegro, Netherlands, North Macedonia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

Boxers who need to be watched in the Golden Gloves Tournament

  • Mohamed Flissi, Algeria, 52kg – Silver medallist in the 2013 AIBA World Boxing Championships; Bronze medallist in the 2015 AIBA World Boxing Championships; Two-time Olympian
  • Mohamed Hamout, Morocco, 57kg – All Africa Games winner in 2019; Rio 2016 Olympian
  • Dorin Bucsa, Moldova, 57kg – EUBC European Youth Champion in 2014
  • Calum French, England, 63kg – Bronze medallist in the 2017 EUBC European Elite Boxing Championships
  • Enrico La Cruz, Netherlands, 63kg – Rio 2016 Olympian; Bronze medallist in the Minsk 2019 European Games
  • Abdelhaq Nadir, Morocco, 63kg – All Africa Games winner in 2019
  • Vincenzo Mangiacapre, Italy, 69kg – Bronze medallist in the London 2012 Olympic Games; Bronze medallist in the Baku 2011 AIBA World Boxing Championships
  • Viktor Petrov, Ukraine, 69kg – Bronze medallist in the Baku 2015 European Games; Silver medallist in the Sofia 2014 AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships
  • Salvatore Cavallaro, Italy, 75kg – Silver medallist Minsk 2019 European Games
  • Simeon Chamov, Bulgaria, 75kg – European Union Champion in 2014; Rio 2016 Olympian
  • Carl Fail, England, 75kg – Silver medallist in the 2018 EUBC European U22 Boxing Championships
  • Blagoy Naydenov, Bulgaria, 81kg – Youth Olympic Games winner in 2014; AIBA Youth World Champion in 2014
  • Simone Fiori, Italy, 81kg – Bronze medallist in the Minsk 2019 European Games
  • Stepan Hrekul, Ukraine, 81kg – EUBC European U22 Champion in 2018
  • Oleksandr Pokhrebniak, Ukraine, 81kg – EUBC European U22 Champion in 2019
  • Abdelhafid Benchabla, Algeria, 91kg – Three-time Olympian; Three-time All Africa Games winner
  • Aziz Abbes Mouhiidine, Italy, 91kg – EUBC European Union Champion in 2018; EUBC European U22 Champion in 2018; Mediterranean Games winner in 2018
  • Robert Marton, Ukraine, 91kg – AIBA Junior World Champion in 2013
  • Chouaib Bouloudinats, Algeria, +91kg – All Africa Games winner in 2011; Two-time Olympian
  • Clemente Russo, Italy, +91kg – Two-time AIBA World Champion; Two-time Olympic Games silver medallist
  • Viktor Vykhryst, Ukraine, +91kg – European Games winner in 2019; EUBC European Champion in 2017
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