Julius Indongo

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Name: Julius Indongo
Alias: Blue Machine
Birth Name: Julius Munyelele Indongo
Hometown: Windhoek, Namibia
Birthplace: Windhoek, Namibia
Stance: Southpaw
Height: 179cm
Reach: 181cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

Trainer/Manager: Nestor Tobias

Amateur Career

  • Indongo was selected for the Oshana regional team that participated at the Junior National Championships where he won the best boxer of the tournament award. After that success he started fighting as a senior boxer and his meteoric rise continued the next year when he beat Namibia's future WBO bantamweight world champion Paulus Ambunda. Indongo completed his schooling in 2002 and moved to Windhoek the next year when he excelled at the National Championships to win the 54kg gold medal. By 2007 Indongo made the national team that competed at the All Africa Games in Algeria, and he made a fine debut winning his opening two fights before losing to a Tunisian opponent in the quarterfinals. [1]
  • 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China, boxing as a Lightweight (60 kg). Results:

Regional & Minor Titles

  • Namibian lightweight title
  • WBO Africa super lightweight title x2
  • International Boxing Organization World super lightweight title

Career Factoids

Preceded by:
Eduard Troyanovsky
IBF Light Welterweight Champion
2016 Dec 3 – 2017 Aug 19
Succeeded by:
Terence Crawford
Preceded by:
Ricky Burns
Lost bid for Unified Championship
WBA Light Welterweight Champion
2017 Apr 15 – 2017 Aug 19
Unified Champion
Lost bid for Super Championship
Succeeded by:
Terence Crawford
Super Champion