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Intercity Golden Gloves

Summary
Intercity Golden Gloves is an amateur boxing tournament which is considered by many boxing aficionados as one of the three most elite Golden Gloves titles, along with the Chicago Golden Gloves and the New York Golden Gloves. Goal The Intercity matches were designed to engage bouts between the regional New York, Kentucky, and Chicago champions, although this was not always the case. Some felt they were more politicized, regardless the matches are held in eminent esteem. History The Chicago, Kentucky, and New York Intercity tournaments were fought in eight weight divisions: 112 lb., 118 lb., 125 lb., 135.lb., 147 lb., 160 lb., 175 lb., and heavyweight. The Intercity finals from 1928 to 1934 were fought in first and second divisions, having sixteen finalists in each division. finals were changed to championships and alternates. Both groups of champions received championship rings and recognition for their achievement. The alternates were considered parallel, particula
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