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Joel Casamayor : biography

July 12, 1971 -

Joel "El Cepillo" Casamayor Johnson (born July 12, 1971 in Guantánamo, Cuba) is a Cuban boxer, who turned pro after defecting to the United States on the eve of the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. The nickname "El Cepillo", literally translated to "the brush", comes from his uppercut, which rakes his opponents across the face. Also, for his ability to "brush off" punches from his opponents.

Professional boxing record

| style="text-align:center;" colspan="8"|38 Wins (22 Knockouts), 6 Defeats (2 Knockouts), 1 Draw. BoxRec.com. Retrieved on 2011-08-28. |- style="text-align:center; background:#e3e3e3;" | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Res. | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Record | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Opponent | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Type | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Rd., Time | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Date | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Location | style="border-style:none none solid solid; "|Notes |-align=center |Loss |38-6-1 |align=left| Timothy Bradley | | | |align=left| |align=left| |- align=center |Win |38-5-1 |align=left| Manuel Leyva | | | |align=left|{{small| Planet Hollywood, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Loss |37-5-1 |align=left| Robert Guerrero | | | |align=left|{{small| Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |37-4-1 |align=left| Jason Davis | | | |align=left|{{small| Palms, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Loss |36-4-1 |align=left| Juan Manuel Márquez | | | |align=left| |align=left| |- align=center |Win |36-3-1 |align=left| Michael Katsidis | | | |align=left|{{small| Morongo, Cabazon, California}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |35-3-1 |align=left| José Santa Cruz | | | |align=left|{{small| Madison Square Garden, New York, New York}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |34-3-1 |align=left| Diego Corrales | | | |align=left|{{small| Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |33-3-1 |align=left| Lamont Pearson | | | |align=left|{{small| Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, Arizona}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |32-3-1 |align=left| Antonio Ramirez | | | |align=left|{{small| Seminole Hard Rock, Hollywood, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |style="background:#abcdef;"|Draw |31-3-1 |align=left| Almazbek Raiymkulov | | | |align=left|{{small| Madison Square Garden, New York, New York}} |align=left| |- align=center |Loss |31–3 |align=left| José Luis Castillo | | | |align=left|{{small| Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |31–3 |align=left| Daniel Seda | | | |align=left|{{small| American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Loss |30–2 |align=left| Diego Corrales | | | |align=left|{{small| Foxwoods, Mashantucket, Connecticut}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |30–1 |align=left| Diego Corrales | | | |align=left|{{small| Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |29–1 |align=left| Nate Campbell | | | |align=left|{{small| Pechanga, Temecula, California}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |28–1 |align=left| Yoni Vargas | | | |align=left|{{small| American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |27–1 |align=left| Juan Jose Arias | | | |align=left|{{small| Pyramid Arena, Memphis, Tennessee}} |align=left| |- align=center |Loss |26–1 |align=left| Acelino Freitas | | | |align=left|{{small| Cox Pavilion, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |26–0 |align=left| Joe Morales | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |25–0 |align=left| Edwin Santana | | | |align=left|{{small| Silver Star Casino, Philadelphia, Mississippi}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |24–0 |align=left| Robert Garcia | | | |align=left|{{small| Texas Station, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |23–0 |align=left| Radford Beasley | | | |align=left| |align=left| |- align=center |Win |22–0 |align=left| Bernard Harris | | | |align=left|{{small| American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |21–0 |align=left| Jong-Kwon Baek | | | |align=left|{{small| Harrah's North Kansas City, Kansas City, Missouri}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |20–0 |align=left| David Santos | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |19–0 |align=left| Luis Enrique Valenzuela | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |18–0 |align=left| Antonio Hernandez | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |17–0 |align=left| Jay Cantu | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |16–0 |align=left| Russell Stoner Jones | | | |align=left|{{small| Pueblo, Colorado}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |15–0 |align=left| Jose Luis Noyola | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |14–0 |align=left| Raymond Flores | | | |align=left|{{small| Miccosukee Resort & Gaming, Miami, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |13–0 |align=left| Eugene Johnson | | | |align=left|{{small| Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Connecticut}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |12–0 |align=left| Miguel Figueroa | | | |align=left|{{small| Atlantic City Convention Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |11–0 |align=left| Gary Triano | | | |align=left|{{small| Etess Arena, Atlantic City, New Jersey}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |10–0 |align=left| Javier Diaz | | | |align=left|{{small| Sons Of Italy, Lake Worth, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |9–0 |align=left| Julio Gervacio | | | |align=left|{{small| Caesars, Atlantic City, New Jersey}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |8–0 |align=left| Pat Chavez | | | |align=left|{{small| Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |7–0 |align=left| Salvador Montes | | | |align=left|{{small| Caesars, Stateline, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |6–0 |align=left| Raul Munoz | | | |align=left|{{small| Caesars, Atlantic City, New Jersey}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |5–0 |align=left| Francisco Valdez | | | |align=left|{{small| Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |4–0 |align=left| Vidal Padilla | | | |align=left|{{small| Condado}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |3–0 |align=left| Roberto Sierra | | | |align=left|{{small| Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |2–0 |align=left| Oscar Junior Gonzalez | | | |align=left|{{small| Coconut Grove, Florida}} |align=left| |- align=center |Win |1–0 |align=left| David Chamendis | | | |align=left|{{small| James L. Knight International Center, Miami, Florida}} |align=left|

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