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The cuban Julio Cesar La Cruz is the most impressive amateur boxeur. 3 time world Champion and 2016 olympic Champion in light heavy-weight. He is one of the most experienced boxer after winning all his major tournaments since 2012 olympic games and won all his WSB fights in 2016, he won the olympic games and and two times the world championship.
With one of the best boxing amateur record in history La Cruz can be recognized like the best boxer of the 2010 decade.
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