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Olympian Terrell Gausha & Top Prospect Eddie Gomez live

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Terrell Gausha, Born September 9, 1987, Cleveland, Ohio, is a 2012 USA Olympian and the reigning USA National Middleweight (75kg/165lb) Boxing Champion.A 2005 graduate of Glenville High School in Cleveland Ohio, Gausha has been boxing since the age of 10. He is a 5 time Cleveland Golden Gloves Champion, 2 time USA National Champion, and 2012 USA Olympian. He will be competing in the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games starting on July 28, 2012.After winning the USA National Title in 2009[1] Gausha competed in the 2009 World Amateur Boxing Championships and several international dual matches. In 2010, 2011 and 2012 Gausha participated in the World Series of Boxing under the auspices of the Amateur International Boxing Association.In 2012 Gausha entered the USA Championship tournament in Colorado Springs, Colorado as an unseeded at-large entry. He upset the field defeating a National Golden Gloves Champion, the #2 National Boxer and the previous #1 boxer.On May 9, 2012 Gausha won the quarterfinal match of the Americas Olympic Qualification Tournament in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. That victory catapulted him into the semi-finals of the tournament and also gave him a guaranteed berth in the 2012 Olympics.[2]On May 13, 2012 Gausha won the Gold Medal in the Americas Olympic Qualification Tournament. The 165lb/75kg bracket included 19 National champions from South American, Latin American and North American countries including Haiti, The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Cuba. Also Eddie Eboy Gómez (born October 15, 1992 in The Bronx, New York) is an undefeated Honduran-American professional boxer in the Light Middleweight division. Gómez was born to Honduran parents in The Bronxs and is the youngest son of nine children. He was a Two-Time Junior Olympic National Champion and had a very good amateur career. He is signed to Oscar de la Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions.[4][5] Gomez currently has 8 wins and 0 losses with 6 KOs.