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Represented [[2004 Cuban Olympians|Cuba]] as a [[Middleweight]] at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Results were:
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'''Trainer:''' [[James (Buddy) McGirt]]<br>
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'''Yordani Despaigne Herrera''' is a Cuban boxer who represented [[2004 Cuban Olympians|Cuba]] as a Middleweight at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Results were:
 
*Defeated [[Jean Pascal]] (Canada) 36-24
 
*Defeated [[Jean Pascal]] (Canada) 36-24
 
*Defeated [[Karoly Balzsay]] (Hungary) 38-25
 
*Defeated [[Karoly Balzsay]] (Hungary) 38-25
 
*Lost to [[Andre Dirrell]] (USA) 11-12
 
*Lost to [[Andre Dirrell]] (USA) 11-12
  
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== World amateur championships results ==
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'''2003''' (as a middleweight)
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*Defeated [[Mamadou Diambang]] (France) 36-17
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*Defeated [[Tomas Adamek]] (Czech Republic) 27-20
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*Defeated [[Utkirbek Haydarov]] (Uzbekistan) 33-13
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*Lost to [[Gennadiy Golovkin]] Kazakhstan) 26-29 (semifinals)
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Despaigne defected from Cuba in the spring of 2009, along with fellow Cubans [[Guillermo Rigondeaux]] and [[Yudel Jhonson]], to turn professional.
  
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Latest revision as of 12:43, 8 March 2011

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Name: Yordanis Despaigne
Birth Name: Yordani Despaigne Herrera
Born: 1980-02-12
Hometown: Coral Gables, Florida, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 1″   /   185cm
Boxing Record: click

Trainer: James (Buddy) McGirt

Yordani Despaigne Herrera is a Cuban boxer who represented Cuba as a Middleweight at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Results were:

World amateur championships results

2003 (as a middleweight)

Despaigne defected from Cuba in the spring of 2009, along with fellow Cubans Guillermo Rigondeaux and Yudel Jhonson, to turn professional.