Cuban boxer Kevin Brown Bazain, junior world champion in Yerevan, Armenia, in 2012, absconded prior to his participation in the Continental Boxing Championship in Guayaquil, Ecuador, according to Carolina Mayorquím, amateur boxing judge and supervisor at the Argentine Federation. “The man from Camagüey left the Domadores team in Panama.”
The official press confirmed this Wednesday the abandonment of the athlete. And as usual in leaks, he considered Brown’s departure a “disloyal attack on the commitment assumed with the team.”
“Bye, bye, amateur boxing,” he posted on his Facebook account about the departure of youth boxer, Anderson Pérez Alfonso, a graduate in Physical Culture and sports analyst based in Oregon, USA. “The boxer left the national squad during the stopover In Panama”.
The athlete is the son of Liuba Brown, an outstanding Cuban taekwondo athlete, and has a prestigious history
The athlete is the son of Liuba Brown, an outstanding Cuban taekwondo athlete, and has a prestigious history, being National Champion of National School Games between 2006 and 2011, gold in the tournament in Kazakhstan in 2011 and silver in the tournament in San Petersburg 2012.
The welterweight “was one step away from the medals at the recent World Cup in Serbia in 2021, when he fell in the bronze discussion in the 67 kg quarterfinals against the experienced Georgian Lasha Guruli (49-16),” he said. SwingComplete.
In recent years, the Camagüeyan had starred in a sports rivalry with Roniel Iglesias, whom he managed to overcome in some fights. “The 69 kg have in Roniel Iglesias and Kevin Brown two men called to fight equally for supremacy in the welterweights for the next two years”, public Granma in 2019.
The member of the national boxing team, who stood out for the speed and effectiveness of his straight punches, was studying for a degree in Physical Culture in Havana.
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