|Born||August 8, 1988 (age 28)
Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Éverton dos Santos Lopes (born August 8, 1988 in Salvador, Bahia) is a Brazilian professional boxer best known for his sensational 2011 World title win when he was still an amateur. Lopes is also a two-time Olympian, two-time Pan American Games medalist (silver in 2007 and bronze in 2011) and 2013 World Amateur Boxing Championships bronze medalist.
At the South American Games 2006 the 18-year-old lost the final to Darley Perez. He won the Pan Am junior Championships but lost the quarterfinal at the World Junior Championships 2006 to eventual winner Roniel Iglesias 24:39. In the final of the Pan Ams (seniors) 2007 he lost to Cuban world champ Yordenis Ugás.
In 2007, he had two professional MMA fights in Brazil, losing to Alexandre Aranha by Submission and defeating Edmilson Domingos.
He won the 2008 Dominican tournament "Copa Independencia" vs. local Jonathan Batista who had beaten him in the final the year before. At the first Olympic qualifier he lost again to Ugas, at the second he beat fighters like Francisco Vargas to qualify for Beijing. There he was upset by little-known Asylbek Talasbaev 7:9.
At the 2012 Olympics he ran right into Cuban Roniel Iglesias and lost 15:18.
Lopes has also competed in the sport of MMA, going 1-1. <http://www.sherdog.com/fighter/Everton-Lopes-57734>
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