California – August 15th, 2022 – A professional boxer from Haiti named Jean-Pierre Augustin “Kid Creole” has a record of 17 wins, 1 defeat, and 1 draw. Haiti’s Les Cayes is where Augustin was born. After being born, he relocated to Boston, where he began boxing at age 12 and competed for the first time at age 14. His childhood idols were Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, and Muhammad Ali.
Jean-Pierre Augustin, who won the Pan American Games Qualifiers in 2011, said, ” Since there was no longer headgear and rounds were three minutes long instead of two, there were undoubtedly a lot of emotions running through my thoughts before and throughout the battle. I thought I fought well, but since there’s always the potential for growth, I’m going to watch the movie together with my team, to improve for the next time”.
“It was a terrific experience to get my first bout out of the way.” he continued.
Jean-Pierre Augustin is a heavyweight who has power in both of his hands. He holds the WBO and IBF North American heavyweight titles. Augustin had gone unbeaten over 18 fights with one draw while holding the WBO and IBF titles for the North American region before taking his first loss in 2019.
He has made laudable records in his boxing career. Some of his boxing records include:
WBO-NABO and IBF North American heavyweight titles on December 16, 2017.
Professional boxing record 17-1-1, 12 KO’s.
Amateur boxing record 52-12
Haitian Olympic Team Member, 2012.
Olympic Continental Qualifier Quarterfinalist, 2012.
Pan American Games Team Member, 2011.
Pan American Games Qualifier Gold Medalist, 2011.
Central American & Caribbean Championship Bronze Medalist 2011
State Pal Champion, 2009.
Golden Gloves Champion, 2007.
Jean-Pierre Augustin, “Kid Creole,” has made several appearances in full-length movies. Some of the movies Augustin has under his belt are Heart, Baby, Bleed for This, which was released in 2016, followed by Vault, which was released in 2019.
About Jean-Pierre Augustin
Jean-Pierre Augustin was born in Les Cayes, Haiti. After his birth, he relocated to Boston. He started boxing at age 12, and his first fight came when he was 14. His childhood idols were Muhammed Ali, Joe Louis, and Jack Johnson.
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