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Willy Blain

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Name  Willy Blain
Role  Boxer

Height  1.74 m
Martial art  Boxing
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Willy Blain (born April 24, 1978 in Le Tampon, Réunion) is a French boxer, best known to win the 2003 amateur world title in the Light Welterweight (– 64 kg) division.

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Amateur

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The southpaw won Silver at the World Championships 1999, losing only to Uzbek Mahammatkodir Abdoollayev. He represented his native country at two Summer Olympics, starting in 2000 in Sydney, Australia where he had a *1st round bye and immediately lost to Diógenes Luña (Cuba) 14-25.

His biggest achievement as an amateur was winning the world title at the 2003 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Bangkok, Thailand with a controversial final win over Alexander Maletin.

Olympic Results 2004

  • Defeated Mohamed Ali Sassi (Tunisia) 36-14
  • Defeated Alexandr Maletin (Russia) 28-20
  • Lost to eventual winner Manus Boonjumnong (Thailand) 8-20
  • Pro

    Nicknamed "Small Leonard" he made his professional debut on November 16, 2004 in Germany against Francisco Gómez of Spain but showed little power and a bad chin so far.

    References

    Willy Blain Wikipedia


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