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Marcelino Novaes Rodrigues Fil (born July 9, 1967, in São Paulo) is a retired boxer from Brazil, who won the bronze medal in the heavyweight division at the 1999 Pan American Games, together with Jamaica's Kerron Speid. Nicknamed, Robocop, he made his professional debut in 2001.
Novaes has recently[when?] relocated to Las Vegas. He soon met Max Wynn with whom he has worked several special security assignments and is now a full-time professional body guard in Las Vegas.
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