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Damian Biacho Next Fight, Boxing Record

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Damian Biacho

Damian Biacho

Damian Biacho
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Fight Record (10 – 0 – 0 ) (2 KO’s)

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bullet Damian Biacho best known as “Guinea” is a professional boxer from Spain, Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid with a boxing record of 10 win(s) 0 loss and 0 draw(s). He won 2 bout(s) by knocking out his opponent.
   
bullet He was born on August 12, 1991 with the birth name Damian Biacho Bolequia.
   
bullet He is 5′ 11½″ or 181cm tall. Fighting at Super Middleweight division. He has an orthodox style of fighting.
   
bullet He began fighting on year 2017. He was 26 years old that time.
   
bullet His last fight was November 29, 2019 against Eusebio Arias who has 7-1-0 fight record that time. The boxing fight happened at Casino Gran Madrid, Torrelodones.

Damian Biacho WON that match by Unanimous Decision.

   
 

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Damian “Guinea” Biacho

Damian Biacho Bolequia is a Spanish amateur boxer born on August 12, 1991, in Madrid. Nicknamed “Guinea,” he stands at 5′ 11″ and fights in an orthodox stance. Biacho was active from 2017 to 2019 and competed in the super middleweight division.

During his short but undefeated career, Biacho accumulated an impressive record of 10 wins and 0 losses, with 2 wins coming by knockout. He fought and defeated Eusebio Arias on November 29, 2019, at the Casino Gran Madrid in Torrelodones, Spain. With this victory, Biacho claimed the vacant Spanish Super Middle Title via a unanimous decision.

Damian Biacho

Damian Biacho Bolequia, also known as “Guinea,” is a male amateur boxer born on August 12, 1991. Standing 5 feet 11 inches tall, he represents Spain, Comunidad de Madrid, and Madrid. He has been active in the sport from 2017 to 2019.

Throughout his career, Biacho has maintained an impressive undefeated record of 10 wins and 0 losses, with 2 victories coming by way of knockout. His last opponent was Eusebio Arias, whom he defeated via unanimous decision on November 29, 2019, at the Casino Gran Madrid in Torrelodones. With this victory, he claimed the vacant Spanish Super Middle Title.




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