- Name: Kelson Pinto
- Birthday: November 26, 1976
- Age: 47
Kelson Pinto, a Brazilian boxer and former pro fighter.
He was born on November 26, 1976. Kelson got into boxing and even challenged for a world title.
In 1999, when he was just starting out, he won a gold medal at the Pan American Games.
Kelson went to the 2000 Summer Olympics as an amateur boxer. He fought in the light welterweight division for Brazil. He won one match against Ghulam Shabbir from Pakistan but lost in the next round to Mohammatkodir Abdoollayev from Uzbekistan.
Later on, he became a pro boxer in 2000. He didn’t lose any matches for a while. Then, in 2004, he faced Miguel Cotto, the same boxer he had beaten as an amateur. But this time, Cotto knocked him out and won the WBO junior welterweight title.
In 2005, Kelson had a fight against a seasoned boxer named Vince Phillips, and unfortunately, he lost that match.
That’s the story of Kelson Pinto’s boxing journey, from his amateur days to his time in the professional boxing world.
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