Difference between revisions of "Teófilo Stevenson"

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*Defeated [[István Lévai]] (Hungary) 5-0
 
*Defeated [[István Lévai]] (Hungary) 5-0
 
*Defeated [[Piotr Zaev]] (Soviet Union) 4-1
 
*Defeated [[Piotr Zaev]] (Soviet Union) 4-1
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== World amateur championship results ==
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'''1974'''
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*Defeated [[Tshibangu Mwela]] (Zaire) walk-over
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*Defeated [[Peter Hussing]] (West Germany) walk-over
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*Defeated [[Fatai Ayinla]] (Nigeria) PTS
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*Defeated [[Marvin Stinson]] (United States) PTS
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'''1978'''
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*Defeated [[Joseph Mensah]] (Ghana) KO 1
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*Defeated [[Tony Tubbs]] (United States) 5-0
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*Defeated [[Carlos Rivera]] (Venezuela) RSC 2
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*Defeated [[Dragomir Vujkovic]] (Yugoslavia) AB 2
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'''1982''' (did not compete)
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'''1986'''
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*Defeated [[Ulli Kaden]] (East Germany) 5-0
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*Defeated [[Petar Stoymenov]] (Bulgaria) KO 1
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*Defeated [[Vyacheslav Yakovlev]] (Soviet Union) 4-1
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*Defeated [[Alex Garcia]] (United States) RSCH 2
  
 
== Other major international competitions ==
 
== Other major international competitions ==

Revision as of 18:10, 21 June 2008

Teofilo Stevenson


  • Three-time Olympic Games Gold Medalist heavyweight from Cuba
  • Considered perhaps the greatest amateur boxer to have never embarked on a professional boxing career.
  • Lost twice to Igor Vysotsky, once by knockout, and never avenged those losses.


Olympic Results

1972

1976

1980

World amateur championship results

1974

1978

1982 (did not compete)

1986

Other major international competitions

  • 1971 Bronze medalist at Heavyweight at Pan-American Games
  • 1974 World Amateur Heavyweight champion
  • 1975 Gold medalist at Heavyweight at Pan-American Games
  • 1978 World Amateur Heavyweight champion
  • 1979 Gold medalist at Heavyweight at Pan-American Games
  • 1986 World Amateur Super heavyweight champion

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