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Dale Brown (boxer)

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Name  Dale Brown
Role  Boxer
Martial art  Boxing

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Robert Dale Brown (born December 15, 1971 in Calgary, Alberta) is a boxer, who represented Canada at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. There he was stopped in the second round of the light heavyweight division (– 81 kg) by Germany's Torsten May.


Professional career

Brown has been a contender in the Cruiserweight division since the late 1990s. He has unsuccessfully challenged for a world title three times; losing by stoppage to Vassiliy Jirov and Jean-Marc Mormeck, and by decision to O'Neill Bell in a fight guest analyst Kevin Kelley scored in Brown's favour. In his most recent bouts, Brown lost a 5-round technical decision to Shane Swartz and was KO'd by Darnell Wilson.

Amateur career

As an amateur Brown represented Canada as a Light Heavyweight in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. His results were:

  • Defeated Damidin Zul (Mongolia) RSC 2 (3:00)
  • Lost to Torsten May (Germany) 1-7
  • A year before his Olympic stint Brown won the bronze medal at the Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba. He did the same at the 1993 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Tampere, Finland.


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