Nick Kisner

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Nick Kisner ("Slick" Nick) is an American Boxer of German-Scottish descent on his father's side and Irish-Russian (Chechen) descent on his mother's side, who was born in Baltimore, Maryland January 17, 1991.

He grew up in South Baltimore (Brooklyn) and Northern Anne Arundel County (Ferndale), he began boxing at the young age of 6 years old, under the training method of his father, Danny Kisner, a former boxer. He attended Ferndale Elementary, Old Mill Middle North, and graduated from Old Mill Senior High School, he is currently attending Anne Arundel Community College.[citation needed]

As an amateur boxer he accomplished 3x National Silver Gloves Championships, 2x Junior National Golden Gloves Championships, Junior Olympic Gold Medal, Ringside World Championship, Ohio State Fair Championship, Under-19 National Championship, and a National Pal Championship, where he defeated 2012 Olympian Lenroy Thompson in the finals. He is the youngest boxer in American history to ever win a Men's National Title in the Heavyweight Division which he accomplished at the age of 17 years.[citation needed]

In 2009 he captured a Silver Medal at the US Men's National Championships, giving him a position on the USA Men's International team; in 2008, even though he was not a medalist, he went on to capture 5th-place finishes at the National Golden Gloves, and the Aiba Youth World Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico. He was defeated by 2012 Olympic Medal favorite Ivan Dychko of Kazakhstan 5-1. Shortly after winning the Silver Medal at the US Men's National Championships, Kisner decided to turn professional. Kisner now holds an undefeated professional (pro) record of 10-0 with 5 KO's.[1] Of Kisner's 10 wins, he holds 2 wins over Tough American Veterans, Leo Bercier and Deleon Tinsley, who both held wins over World Boxing Foundation (WBFo) Champion Andres Taylor, IBF World Champion Kelvin Davis, WBA World Champion Lou Devalle, and Nabo Title Challenger Alfredo Escalera Jr. Kisner has one draw on his record, due to a controversial decision in his opponents hometown.[citation needed]

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