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  Date of birth : October 31, 1990  
  Birthplace : Brossard, Québec  
  Hometown : Brossard, Québec  
Record : Boxrec.com 21-2-1, 15 KO
  Division : Super middleweight  
  Weight : 168 lbs  
  Height : 5' 11"  
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  Stance : Orthodox  
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Nicknamed "The Jamaican Juggernaut", Shakeel Phinn was born in Brossard, on the south shore of Montreal, to Jamaican parents.

First a footballer, he began to boxing to keep him in good physical condition and to be sharp before embarking on the field. Quickly, he made the decision to trade his football apparel for boxing gloves.

As an amateur, Phinn had 35 bouts. A professional-style physical boxer from the start, he won the bronze medal at the Canadian Golden Gloves in 2013 and 2014 before making the jump to the professionals in 2015.

After a misstep at the start of his career, he won 14 consecutive bouts to become a main name on the Canadian super-middleweight stage.

On November 20, 2015 in Sorel-Tracy, Phinn surprised the undefeated left-handed slugger Guillaume Tremblay-Coudé (6-0-1) in front of the latter's fans, winning the fight with a spectacular KO in the sixth round.

The victory earned him an invitation to fight for the Canadian super-middleweight title on February 27 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, against Paul Bzdel (5-7-1). The Quebec pugilist won the confrontation and the belt thanks to a 10 round unanimous decision win.

After a victory in Toronto on April 12, 2016 against Mexican Guillermo Herrera Campos (9-3-4), who unfortunately had to be hospitalized after the beating, it was the turn of the Montreal Casino to welcome Shakeel Phinn!

The Canadian champion has since been a regular in the Chrono Aviation boxing series at the Cabaret du Casino in Montreal, where he attracts a large crowd!

The strong hitter defeated Mexico's Jaudiel Zepeda (12-14-1), Frenchman Medhi Madani (13-7-1), Mexican Victor Manuel Palacios (13-13-2) and another Mexican, the WBC youth champion Josue Aguilar (12-1-3).

On June 15, 2017, he demolished the Argentine veteran Pablo Daniel Zamora Nievas (33-14-1), a fighter known to be durable, in less than two rounds.

After defeating the tough Mexican Mario Aguilar (17-2-0) on September 28, Phinn suffered a heartbreaking loss by majority decision against former Mexican national amateur champion and WBC FECOMBOX champion Ramon Aguinaga (11 -0-0).

Phinn will try to rebound after this close defeat. In 2017-2018, he will aim to carve out a place in the world rankings and win a North American, continental or international title.




Canadian Super middleweight champion (2016 - present)











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