Ratings Principles
The purpose of the UCA ratings is to determine eligible contenders to participate in title elimination bouts, interim title bouts, championship title bouts and to challenge for the UCA championship title. The UCA’s ratings principles are as follows: A fighter has defeated or drawn with a rated boxer or champion; won important amateur tournaments; Golden Gloves, Desert Showdown, Police Olympic medalist; had a successful career in other combat sports; or by special circumstance, or by recommendation. Win/loss record, level of competition, athletic ability, activity, weight class and experience. The UCA Masters Division was created to go beyond commonly accepted boundaries of Public Safety boxing and provide a division for boxers 40 years old and over. Due to the increased interest in fighters competing over the age of 40, it has become necessary to create this division to ensure even matches and fighter safety. Masters boxers will compete against other Masters boxers and have the same opportunity to fight for the UCA Championship Title as open fighters.

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Junior Welterweight (140 lbs)

1. Charles Brown U.S. Navy
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Welterweight (147 lbs)

1. Henry Sanchez  San Bernardino SD
2. Alex Duran  U.S. Border Patrol
3. Mario Dorado Riverside Sheriff’s Dept.
4. Sacha Allen  San Diego Fire Dept.
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Super Middleweight (168 lbs.)

1. Craig Colosimo CDCR, Mule Creek Prison
2. Mike Hagan  CHP
3. Che Parker Los Angeles Sheriff’s Dept.
4. Jack Rivera Sacramento City Fire Dept.
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Light Heavyweight (175 lbs.)

1. Jake Ching  Los Angeles Co. Fire Dept.
2. Gerardo Pachuca Los Angeles Sheriff’s Dept.
3. Chuck Wampler Los Angeles Police Dept.
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Cruiserweight (190 lbs)

1. Edward Espinoza Orange County Sheriff’s Dept.
2. Skye Leibee Fresno Police Dept.
3. Aaron Broyles CDCR, Solano
4. CDCR, CSP Sac
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Super Cruiserweight (205 lbs)

CHUCK PFAU – SACRAMENTO COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT – UCA CHAMPION

1. Travis Tilton Sugar Creek Illinois Fire Dept.
2. Tony Veloz Fresno Sheriff’s Dept
3. Adan Castillo Yolo County Sheriff’s Dept.
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Heavyweight (220 lbs)

JAMES MOORE – MONROE LOUISIANA FIRE DEPARTMENT – UCA CHAMPION

1. Joe Slouka Orange County Sheriff’s Dept
2. Ray Cancel CDCR, CSP Sac
3. Howard Roberts CDCR PVSP
4. Paul Giantonio CDCR, Blythe
5. Michael Banks  CDCR, CCC
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Super Heavyweight (221+ lbs)

SEAN JOHNSON – CDCR, KERN VALLEY STATE PRISON – UCA CHAMPION

1. Anthony Deshautelle
Alexandria Police Dept.
2.  David Ross
California Highway Patrol
3. Mario Alonzo
CDCR
4. Zar Roman Carson Fire Dept.
5. John Ochoa  CDCR
6. Mike Hernandez CDCR PVSP
7. Matt Eleopoulos D.A’s Office
8. Manny Chavez  Parlier Police Dept.
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