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Panama Al Brown (1902-1951)

Alfonso Teofilo Brown was born in Panama and worked for the United States Shipping Board. He began boxing after watching matches between American soldiers. Brown was discovered by fight manager Dave Lumiansky and moved to New York, where he defeated Vidal Gregorio for the world bantamweight title in 1929.

Career Record
Won: 123, KOs: 55
Lost : 18
Draw: 10

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