Pedro Carrión

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Carrión and the second or maternal family name is Sago.
Pedro Carrión
Medal record
Representing  Cuba
Men’s Boxing
World Amateur Championships
Silver medal – second place 2003 Bangkok Super Heavyweight
Bronze medal – third place 2001 Belfast Super Heavyweight

Pedro Carrión Sago (born August 24, 1971 in Cuba) is a Cuban heavyweight boxer best known to win several medals in international amateur competition at super heavyweight.


At the 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships he beat Jason Estrada, but lost to Alexei Mazikin. At the 2003 World Amateur Boxing Championships he defeated Sebastian Köber but lost a war with Alexander Povetkin in the final.

Amateur Highlights[edit]

  • 1994 won the gold medal at the Junior World Championships in Istanbul at Superheavyweight.
  • 2001 won a bronze medal at the World Championships in Belfast at Superheavyweight. Results were:
  • 2001 3rd place at the Goodwill Games in Brisbane. Results were:
  • 2003 won the silver medal at the World Championships in Bangkok at Superheavyweight. Results were:


He turned pro at the advanced age of 34 in Germany but lost one of his first bouts; his record is 6-1.

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