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Pedro Carrión

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Name  Pedro Carrion
Division  Heavyweight
Martial art  Boxing
Height  2.04 m
Role  Boxer

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Pedro Carrión Sago (born August 24, 1971 in Cuba) is a Cuban heavyweight boxer best known to win several medals in international amateur competition at super heavyweight.

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Amateur

At the 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships he beat Jason Estrada, but lost to Alexei Mazikin. At the 2003 World Amateur Boxing Championships he defeated Sebastian Köber but lost a war with Alexander Povetkin in the final.

Amateur Highlights

  • 1994 won the gold medal at the Junior World Championships in Istanbul at Superheavyweight.
  • 2001 won a bronze medal at the World Championships in Belfast at Superheavyweight. Results were:
  • Defeated Jason Estrada (USA) RSCO-3
  • Lost to Alexey Mazikin (Ukraine) PTS (20-26)
  • 2001 3rd place at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane. Results were:
  • Lost to Rustam Saidov (Uzbekistan) PTS (15-23) (Semifinals)
  • Defeated Alexey Mazikin (Ukraine) PTS (14-10) (Third place Bout)
  • 2003 won the silver medal at the World Championships in Bangkok at Superheavyweight. Results were:
  • Defeated Ali Mansour (Lebanon) RSCO-4
  • Defeated Oleg Kryzhanovsky (Belarus) RSC-2
  • Defeated Sebastian Kober (Germany) PTS (26-18)
  • Lost to Alexander Povetkin (Russia) PTS (27-29)
  • Pro

    He turned pro at the advanced age of 34 in Germany but lost one of his first bouts; his record is 6-1.

    References

    Pedro Carrión Wikipedia


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