By David Martinez / Boxing Historian / dmboxing.com
Al Brown was born in Colon, Canal Zone, Panama on July 5, 1902 with the birth name Alphonse Teofilo Brown cd게임 다운로드.
He began his boxing career in 1919 as a flyweight in the amateurs. He turned pro in March 1922, and later in his career made history by becoming boxing’s first Latin American world champion 다운로드.
In 1923, he came to New York but was not allowed to fight beyond six rounds by the New York Commission, but that would change after he established himself as a top rated contender 젠7 바둑 다운로드. Brown would later leave the United States and would fight extensively in Europe.
On May 21, 1926, Brown returned to New York to defeat Teddy Silva by a third round knockout 다운로드. After that fight, he returned to Europe earning a knockout win in Paris over journeyman Antoine Merlo. At that stage of his career, Brown had an impressive record under his belt with 40 wins, 5 losses, and 4 draws 율동동요 다운로드.Continue reading Panama Al Brown