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'''Daud Cino Yordan''' (born as '''Daud Yordan''') is of half-Chinese (father, Hermanus Lay Cun) and half-Dayak (Mother, Nathalia) descents. He's the younger brother of [[Petrus Yordan]] (former pro boxer) and [[Damianus Yordan]] (former Indonesia's top amateur fighter and currently Daud's trainer), and the elder brother of [[JYhannes Yordan]] (pro boxer).
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'''Daud Cino Yordan''' (born as '''Daud Yordan''') is of half-Chinese (father, Hermanus Lay Cun) and half-Dayak (Mother, Nathalia) descents. He's the younger brother of [[Petrus Yordan]] (former pro boxer) and [[Damianus Yordan]] (former Indonesia's top amateur fighter and currently Daud's trainer), and the elder brother of [[Yohannes Yordan]] (pro boxer).
  
 
The nickname "Cino" was given to him  by his trainer in the national amateur boxing team, [[Carlos Jesus Renate Tores]] (Cuba), from the Spanish word meaning "Chinese" for his Chinese blood.
 
The nickname "Cino" was given to him  by his trainer in the national amateur boxing team, [[Carlos Jesus Renate Tores]] (Cuba), from the Spanish word meaning "Chinese" for his Chinese blood.

Revision as of 08:51, 22 June 2007

Name: Daud Yordan
Alias: Cino
Birth Name: Daud Yordan
Born: 1987-06-10 (Age:27)
Birthplace: Sukadana, Indonesia
Hometown: Sukadana, Indonesia
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 7″   /   170cm
Reach: 68″   /   173cm
Boxing Record: click

Daud Cino Yordan (born as Daud Yordan) is of half-Chinese (father, Hermanus Lay Cun) and half-Dayak (Mother, Nathalia) descents. He's the younger brother of Petrus Yordan (former pro boxer) and Damianus Yordan (former Indonesia's top amateur fighter and currently Daud's trainer), and the elder brother of Yohannes Yordan (pro boxer).

The nickname "Cino" was given to him by his trainer in the national amateur boxing team, Carlos Jesus Renate Tores (Cuba), from the Spanish word meaning "Chinese" for his Chinese blood.