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Medal record Men’s boxing Competitor for the  United States Olympic Games Gold 1984 Los Angeles Welterweight World Amateur Championships Gold 1982 Munich Welterweight Mark Anthony Breland (born May 11, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York) is a former world champion boxer, who won five New York Golden Gloves Titles and a gold medal at the 1984 Olympics. He is also an actor with a wide range of movie and television credits, having made his debut in The Lords of Discipline. Amateur Boxing Career Breland compiled an impressive amateur record of 110-1. Highlights of which were: Five-Time New York Golden Gloves Champion (1980-84), his record in this competition was 21-0 (19 KO's), with 14 knockouts coming in the 1st round. 1981 – United States Amateur Welterweight competition, lost to Darryl Anthony on points. This would be Breland's only loss as an amateur. 1981 – won Intercity Golden Gloves in the welterweight division, stopped Efrain Bennett in the first. 1982 – United States Amateur Welterweight Champion 1982 – Gold Medal (Welterweight) at the World Championships in Munich, West Germany Defeated Vesa Koskela (SWE) Defeated Mihai Ciubotaru (ROM) Defeated Manfred Zielonka (FRG) Defeated Serik Konakbayev (URS) 1983 – United States Amateur Welterweight Champion Defeated Bill Harrington TKO 3 Defeated Tony Golden TKO 2 Defeated Alton Rice on points Defeated James Mitchell TKO 2 1984 – Qualified as a Welterweight at the 1984 Olympic Trials in Fort Worth, Texas Defeated Louis Howard on points Defeated Mylon Watkins TKO 1 Defeated Davey Gutierrez on points Defeated Louis Howard on points, at the Olympic Box-Offs in Las Vegas. 1984 – Gold Medal (Welterweight) at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California Defeated Wayne Gordon (CAN) on points Defeated Carlos Reyes (PUR) TKO 3 Defeated Rudel Obreja (ROM) on points Defeated Genaro Leon (MEX) KO 1 Defeated Luciano Bruno (ITA) on points Defeated Yong-Su Ahn (KOR) on points Professional Boxing Career Breland turned professional in 1984. In 1987, Breland won the vacant WBA World Welterweight Championship. He lost it in his first defense to Marlon Starling. In 1989, Breland again won the vacant WBA Welterweight Title. He made three successful title defenses before losing it to Aaron Davis in a thrilling 9-round contest that was nearly called off twice because of injuries to Davis' eye before Breland was knocked out in round 9. In 1997, Breland retired with a professional record of 35-3-1 (25 KOs). Breland is currently a boxing trainer, having trained Vernon Forrest among other notable boxers. Preceded by Lloyd Honeyghan Stripped WBA Welterweight Champion 6 February 1987– 22 August 1987 Succeeded by Marlon Starling Preceded by Tomas Molinares Vacated WBA Welterweight Champion 4 February 1989– 8 July 1990 Succeeded by Aaron Davis External links Mark Breland at the Internet Movie Database Professional boxing record for Mark Breland from BoxRec v · d · eOlympic Boxing Champions in Men's Welterweight 1904: 135-145 lb (61.2-65.8 kg), 1920 – 1936: 135-147 lb (61.2-66.7 kg), 1948: 62-67 kg, 1952 – 2000: 63.5-67 kg, 2004 – 2008: 64-69 kg 1904: Albert Young (USA) • 1920: Bert Schneider (CAN) • 1924: Jean Delarge (BEL) • 1928: Ted Morgan (NZL) • 1932: Edward Flynn (USA) • 1936: Sten Suvio (FIN) • 1948: Július Torma (TCH) • 1952: Zygmunt Chychła (POL) • 1956: Nicolae Linca (ROU) • 1960: Nino Benvenuti (ITA) • 1964: Marian Kasprzyk (POL) • 1968: Manfred Wolke (GDR) • 1972: Emilio Correa (CUB) • 1976: Jochen Bachfeld (GDR) • 1980: Andrés Aldama (CUB) • 1984: Mark Breland (USA) • 1988: Robert Wangila (KEN) • 1992: Michael Carruth (IRL) • 1996-2000: Oleg Saitov (RUS) • 2004: Bakhtiyar Artayev (KAZ) • 2008: Bakhyt Sarsekbayev (KAZ) v · d · eWorld Amateur Boxing Champions in Men's Welterweight 1974 – 2001: up to 67 kg  • 2003 – 2009: up to 69 kg 1974: Emilio Correa (CUB)  · 1978: Valery Rachkov (URS)  · 1982: Mark Breland (USA)  · 1986: Kenneth Gould (USA)  · 1989: Francisc Vaştag (ROM)  · 1991: Juan Hernández Sierra (CUB)  · 1993: Juan Hernández Sierra (CUB)  · 1995: Juan Hernández Sierra (CUB)  · 1997: Oleg Saitov (RUS)  · 1999: Juan Hernández Sierra (CUB)  · 2001: Lorenzo Aragón (CUB)  · 2003: Lorenzo Aragón (CUB)  · 2005: Erislandi Lara (CUB)  · 2007: Demetrius Andrade (USA)  · 2009: Jack Culcay-Keth (GER) Persondata Name Breland, Mark Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 11, 1963 Place of birth Date of death Place of death