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Cletus Seldin In honor of his Jewish heritage he wears a Star of David on his trunks, as did former Jewish boxers Benny Leonard and world champion Barney Ross, and the back of his jacket says "Remember the Masada". He describes his style as "come forward and fight." ESPN boxing writer Dan Rafeal described him as "a fun fighter."
Cletus Seldin In December 2014, he again faced Jargal. Seldin defeated him by a technical knockout in the ninth round, winning the World Boxing Council International Silver Light Welterweight () title.
Cletus Seldin Cletus Seldin, who is Jewish, was born in East Yaphank, New York (part of Shirley, New York, on Long Island), named after former New York Yankee third baseman Clete Boyer, who was a close friend of his grandparents. He grew up in Shirley. His father is Harry Seldin. His grandfather Lee Seldin headed a motorcycle club, the Dragons, in Bedford Stuyvesant in Brooklyn, New York, during the 1950s.
Cletus Seldin Seldin's nickname is the Hebrew Hammer. He is trained and managed by Pete Brodsky, and promoted by Joe DeGuardia.
Cletus Seldin He won with a technical knockout against Johnny Garcia (19–2–1, 11 KOs) on ESPN's "Friday Night Fights" on February 27, 2015, headlining as the main event in a fight for Seldin's WBC title. The referee stopped the fight in the fifth round. Seldin brought his record to 16–0, with 13 knockouts, including knockouts in 12 of his last 13 fights.
Cletus Seldin Cletus Seldin (born September 11, 1986) is an American super lightweight boxer. His nickname is the Hebrew Hammer.
Cletus Seldin In December 2014, he won the World Boxing Council International Silver Light Welterweight () title. Seldin's record as of June 2015 was 17–0, with 14 knockouts.
Cletus Seldin At Longwood High School in Middle Island, New York, Seldin playing cornerback and wide receiver on the Longwood Lions football team, which won the 2004 Long Island championship, and wrestled and learned jiu jitsu. In his senior year he set the New York State deadlifting record for men weighing up to , by lifting . He later studied at Suffolk Community College.
Cletus Seldin Seldin has also lived in Brentwood, New York, and now resides in Brooklyn.
Cletus Seldin Seldin began boxing as a professional in 2011, when he was 22 years old.