July 26, 27, 28 De La Salle Institute 3434 S. Michigan Ave Chicago, IL 60616 NLA BOXING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

National Latino

Amateur Boxing Association
present the

 

 

KING OF THE JUNGLE III

2019

Return Of The Kings
NO ENTRY FEE! Registration Begins June 15, 2019 No Qualifying Events! U.S. Citizenship is Not Required! Open to ALL USA Boxing Registered Boxers, from 14 to 40!
ALL BOXERS MUST BE PRE REGISTERED - THERE ARE NO WALK UP REGISTRATIONS Tournament Check In/Check Weight Your Choice of Thursday, July 25, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. OR Friday, July 26, 10 a.m. to noon You DO NOT need to be at each Check In Brackets will be made at the conclusion of the second check in First Official Weigh In For Boxers Competing on Friday, July 26, 
will be from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on July 26, with boxing beginning at 7 p.m. Friday Weigh in on Saturday and Sunday 
will be from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. with boxing beginning at noon.
BOXING SESSIONS Friday July 26 7 p.m. Saturday July 27 Noon Sunday July 28 Noon
“Matched Bouts” We will be aggressively making matched bouts in all age groups and experience levels. Boxers who lose early, will still have the opportunity to box every night of the tournament! Female Boxers, of all age and weight categories, are VERY STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to compete in this tournament. We will have a FEMALE WEIGHMASTER and a SEPARATE FEMALE WEIGH IN AND CHANGING AREA for the female athletes. There are NO males, including coaches, permitted in the female weigh in area. Awards for Best Boxer, Toughest Boxer & Biggest War: Male and Female Professional Style Championship Belts for All Male and Female First Place Winners in TOURNAMENT/BRACKETED and CONTESTED Championship Matches. Trophies/Medals given to winners in other divisions. Beautiful second place awards to all second place finishers Contested Weight Classes will be as Follows: Male and Female - All USA Boxing designated weight classes, beginning at 14 years old Non Tournament match bouts will be made for Novice and Open boxers from 8 to 13 years old Developmental Bouts - For very inexperienced, brand new boxers, with 0 to 1 bout only, from 8 to 40 years old Masters Division - Male and Female, Novice and Open. Masters Bouts will be made in all USA Boxing Weight Classes, beginning at 41 years old Age Groups as Follows: Youth Division - Novice and Open - 14 to 15 years 16 to 17 years Senior Division -Novice and Open - 18 to 40 years Non Tournament match bouts will be made for Novice and Open boxers from 8 to 13 years old Developmental Bouts - For very inexperienced, brand new boxers, with 0 to 1 bout only, from 8 to 40 years old Masters Division - Male and Female, Novice and Open. Masters Bouts will be made in all USA Boxing Weight Classes, beginning at 41 years old Experience Level as Follows: Novice Division - 9 bouts or less Open Division - 10 bouts or more Featuring a “PARADE OF CHAMPIONS” for the Final Championship Matches, in all categories, similar to a Wrestling Sectional or State Tournament. All Boxers competing in the Championships will enter the arena in a line, line up across from each other, be introduced by the announcer, and they will then meet each other in the center of the arena, to shake hands, and return to their line. The facility is perfect for videotaping the bouts, as well as personal or professional photography. We STRONGLY ENCOURAGE coaches and family members to do so. In addition, you are welcome to bring your own professional photographer or videographer. We are well aware of the value of reviewing video of your boxer, as well as your upcoming opponents, while still boxing in this tournament, and for future development. Unlike many tournaments and shows, we do not prohibit photography or videotaping, nor do we require that you buy video only from the NLABA, or one of our “approved” services or sponsors. This arena has clean and modern locker rooms and shower areas for men and women. No more looking for a place to change in the washrooms, hallways, or in the arena. All coaches, boxers, and officials, must be currently licensed, and certified as required, by USA Boxing, and must have their USA Boxing passbooks with them at all times. This tournament is sanctioned by United States Amateur Boxing.