Who is Toka Kahn Clary? Toka Kahn Clary was born in Liberia, moved to Philadelphia when he was 6 years old – the same year he was orphaned after his father was killed in a shootout. He eventually went to Pawtucket, R.I., where he was carried under the wings of Andrea Watson, her husband, Ron Clary, and Peter Manfredo. In 2012 Manfredo said: “Toka is the best I’ve seen in our gym in 35 years – and I’ve seen a lot of fighters. It has speed, skill, extraordinary combinations and a great heart.”
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Stated amateur record: 119-11
2009 National Golden Gloves Silver Medal (125 pounds)
Defeated Gabino Saenz (CA) – Dec.
Justin Hill defeated (IA) – Dec.
Defeated Robert Figueroa (Det) – Dec.
Defeated Jose Haro Jr., (Rocky Mtn) – Dec.
Lost to Robert Rodriguez (CO-NM) – Dec.
2010 National Golden Gloves Champion (123 pounds)
Defeated Lavisas Williams (Buf) – Dec.
Defeated Quincy Means (Mid-South) – Dec.
Defeated Ruben Swain (Tol) – Dec.
Defeated Vic Pasillas (CA) – Dec.
Defeated James Smith (Det) – Dec.
2011 US National Golden Gloves participant in Indianapolis, at 60 kg.
Defeated Alies Sandoval (Rocky Mtn) – Dec.
Lost to Erick De Leon (Det) – Dec.
2011 3rd Pan Am Games Qualifier Bronze Medal in Panama City, Panama, at 60 kg.
Defeated Brian Chaves (Argentina) 21-16
Defeated Juan Reyes (Guatemala) 19-16
Lost to Wellington Arias Romero (Dominican Republic) 9-13
2011 US Olympic Boxing Trials 3rd place in the Mobile category at 60 kg.
Defeated Louis Cruz (NY) 15-10
Lost to Raynell Williams 25-30
Defeated Erick De Leon 20-19
Defeated Kenneth Sims Jr. 24-19
Lost to Raynell Williams 28-37
2011 silver medal to U.S. citizens in Colorado Springs, at 60 kg.
Defeated Nicholas Jefferson 17-10
Defeated Daniel Hernandez 613230 25-8
Defeated Divante Jones 24-19
Defeated Kenneth Sims Jr 23-22
Lost to Jose Carlos Ramirez 20-28
Participant in the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, at 60 kg.
Lost to Robson Conceição (Brazil) 6-21
Bronze medal to U.S. citizens in 2012 at Fort Carson, at 60 kg.
Defeated Andy Vences + 18-18
Defeated Alies Sandoval 25-12
Defeated Maximiliano Moreno 20-13
Defeated Luis Feliciano 14-13
Lost to Raynell Williams 20-21