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== Amateur Career ==
 
== Amateur Career ==
At the 2003 Pan American Games in Santo Domingo he lost to [[Yuriorkis Gamboa]] and won silver.
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Payano is a two-time Olympian who won the gold medal at the 2006 Central American & Caribbean Games.
  
He participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics for his native Caribbean country. There he defeated [[Bato-Munko Vankeev]] but was beaten in the second round of the Flyweight (51 kg) division by France's eventual runner-up [[Jérôme Thomas]].
 
  
2005 at the world championships he beat [[Yang Bo]] but lost to [[Andry Laffita]].
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== Olympic Games results ==
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'''2004 in Athens, Greece (as a flyweight)
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*Defeated [[Bato-Munko Vankeyev]] (Belarus) 26-18
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*Lost to [[Jerome Thomas]] (France) 17-36
  
2006 he defeated Laffita but lost to [[Zou Shiming]] at a tournament. He won the Central America Games, he beat [[McJoe Arroyo]] and won gold against Cuban [[Yoandri Salinas]] who had replaced Laffita.
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'''2008 in Beijing, China (as a flyweight)
 
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*Defeated [[Jerome Thomas]] (France) 10-6
2007 at the Pan-Am Games he won silver again, this time he beat [[Braulio Ávila]] but lost to McJoes brother [[McWilliams Arroyo]].
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He qualified for the Olympics by winning his qualifier among others against [[Andry Laffita]].
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== Olympic results ==
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'''2004 (as a flyweight)
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*Defeated [[Bato Vankeev]] (Belarus) 26-18
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*Lost to [[Jérôme Thomas]] (France) 17-36
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'''2008 (as a flyweight)
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*Defeated [[Jérôme Thomas]] (France) 10-6
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*Lost to [[Vincenzo Picardi]] (Italy) 4-8
 
*Lost to [[Vincenzo Picardi]] (Italy) 4-8
  
== World amateur championships results ==
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== World Amateur Championships results ==
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'''2005 in Mianyang, China (as a flyweight)
 
*Defeated [[Yang Bo]] (China) 36-22
 
*Defeated [[Yang Bo]] (China) 36-22
 
*Defeated [[Malik Bouziane]] (Algeria) 21-8
 
*Defeated [[Malik Bouziane]] (Algeria) 21-8
 
*Defeated [[Samir Mammadov]] (Azerbaijan) 36-26
 
*Defeated [[Samir Mammadov]] (Azerbaijan) 36-26
 
*Lost to [[Andry Laffita]] (Cuba) 22-31
 
*Lost to [[Andry Laffita]] (Cuba) 22-31
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'''2009 in Milan, Italy (as a flyweight)
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*Defeated [[Francisco Torrijos]] (Spain) 21-6
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*Lost to [[Amnat Ruenroeng]] (Thailand) 5-5+
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== Pan American Games results ==
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'''2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (as a flyweight)
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*Defeated [[Raul Martinez]] (United States) 18-17
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*Defeated [[James Dean Pereira]] (Brazil) 19-10
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*Lost to [[Yuriorkis Gamboa]] (Cuba) 22-28 (Silver medalist)
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'''2007 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (as a flyweight)
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*Defeated [[Qa'id Muhammad]] (United States) 19-4
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*Defeated [[Eddy Valenzuela]] (Guatemala) 10-5
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*Defeated [[Braulio Avila]] (Mexico) 20-4
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*Lost to [[McWilliams Arroyo]] (Puerto Rico) 11-12 (Silver medalist)
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== Other Amateur results ==
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'''2002''' World Junior Championships participant in Santiago de Cuba (as a Flyweight).
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*Defeated [[Miklos Rath]] (Hungary) 25-8
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*Lost to [[Maxim Tretyak]] (Ukraine) 14-33
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'''2005''' Pan American Championships Gold medalist in Teresopolis, Brazil (as a Flyweight).
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*Defeated [[McJoe Arroyo]] (Puerto Rico) 21-20
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*Defeated [[Juan Vega]] (Ecuador) 26-8
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*Defeated [[Helder Gonzaga]] (Brazil) 14-9
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'''2006''' Central American & Caribbean Games Gold medalist in Cartagena, Colombia (as a Flyweight).
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*Defeated [[Eddie Valenzuela]] (Guatemala) 16-7
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*Defeated [[McJoe Arroyo]] (Perto Rico) 11-8
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*Defeated [[Yoandris Salinas]] (Cuba) 6-5
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'''2007''' 2nd Pan Am Qualifier Gold medalist in Buenos Aires, Argentina (as a Flyweight).
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*Defeated [[Lucas Navarro]] (Argentina) RSC-OS 3
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*Defeated [[Qa'id Muhammad]] (United States) 30-15
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*Defeated [[McWilliams Arroyo]] (Puerto Rico) +18-18
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'''2008''' 1st America's Olympic Qualifier Gold medalist in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago (as a Flyweight).
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*Defeated [[Dilon Allcock]] (Guyana) 24-2
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*Defeated [[Jose Saint]] (Ecuador) RSC-OS 2
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*Defeated [[Andry Laffita]] (Cuba) 9-5
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'''2009''' Pan American Championships Bronze medalist in Mexico City (as a Bantamweight).
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*Defeated [[Jose Pantaleon]] (Guatemala) 16-11
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*Lost to [[Rey Vargas]] (Mexico) RSC 2
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'''2009''' President's Cup participant in Baku, Azerbaijan (as a Bantamweight).
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*Lost to [[Kanat Abutalipov]] (Kazakhstan) 3-9
  
 
== Titles Held ==
 
== Titles Held ==

Revision as of 19:53, 8 January 2013

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Name: Juan Carlos Payano
Born: 1984-04-12 (Age:31)
Birthplace: La Vega, Dominican Republic
Hometown: Miami, Florida, USA
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 5′ 5″   /   165cm
Reach: 64½″   /   164cm
Boxing Record: click

Juan Carlos Payano (born December 14, 1984) is a boxer from the Dominican Republic best known for winning a silver medal at flyweight at the Pan-Am Games twice.

Amateur Career

Payano is a two-time Olympian who won the gold medal at the 2006 Central American & Caribbean Games.


Olympic Games results

2004 in Athens, Greece (as a flyweight)

2008 in Beijing, China (as a flyweight)

World Amateur Championships results

2005 in Mianyang, China (as a flyweight)

2009 in Milan, Italy (as a flyweight)

Pan American Games results

2003 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (as a flyweight)

2007 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (as a flyweight)

Other Amateur results

2002 World Junior Championships participant in Santiago de Cuba (as a Flyweight).

2005 Pan American Championships Gold medalist in Teresopolis, Brazil (as a Flyweight).

2006 Central American & Caribbean Games Gold medalist in Cartagena, Colombia (as a Flyweight).

2007 2nd Pan Am Qualifier Gold medalist in Buenos Aires, Argentina (as a Flyweight).

2008 1st America's Olympic Qualifier Gold medalist in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago (as a Flyweight).

2009 Pan American Championships Bronze medalist in Mexico City (as a Bantamweight).

2009 President's Cup participant in Baku, Azerbaijan (as a Bantamweight).

Titles Held

  • WBC Latino Bantamweight Title (2012-)