Félix Savón Fabre is a retired Cuban amateur boxer, who competed from 1980 to 2000. Considered one of the all-time greatest amateur boxers, he became three-time Olympic gold medalist, and the World Champion six times in a row, all in the heavyweight division. In 1988, when he was favored by many to win the gold medal at the 1988 Summer Olympics, Cuban government boycotted the event. Savón is particularly known for having rejected numerous multimillion-dollar offers to defect, leave Cuba permanently to fight Mike Tyson as a professional.
|Real name:||Félix Savón Fabre|
|Nickname(s):||Niñote ("Big Kid")|
|Born:||Sept 22, 1967, San Vicente, Cuba|
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About Félix Savón
Cuban heavyweight boxer and winner of 3 Olympic gold medals.
He began his boxing career at the age of 13.
He won 6 world titles from 1986 to 1997.
He has four children with his wife Maria.
He won his first Olympic gold at the 1992 games when Michael Jordan led the Dream Team to a gold in basketball.
Information related to Félix Savón
- Boxers at the 1991 Pan American Games
- Boxers at the 1987 Pan American Games
- Boxers at the 1995 Pan American Games
- Olympic boxers of Cuba
- Cuban male boxers
- Olympic gold medalists for Cuba
- Recipients of the Olympic Order
- Boxers at the 1992 Summer Olympics
- Boxers at the 1996 Summer Olympics
- Boxers at the 2000 Summer Olympics
- Pan American Games gold medalists for Cuba
- AIBA World Boxing Championships medalists