|Rated at||Super heavyweight|
|Height||1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)|
11 January 1989 |
|Wins by KO||5|
Simon was a semi-finalist and 3rd-place finisher at super heavyweight at the 2012 American Boxing Olympic Qualification Tournament. Three spots were available for qualification for super heavyweight and Simon qualified over the other semi-finalist since his loss was a KO by the eventual winner Ítalo Perea. Qualification being dependent on how the opponent performed in later rounds was controversial and will not be used in future Olympics.
He had an amateur record of 54-15.
Professional boxing record
|5 wins (5 knockouts), 0 losses, 0 draws, 0 no contests|
|Win||5-0||Daniel Cota||TKO||5 (8)||2016-05-27||Parc de l'Exposition, Trois-Rivières, Quebec|
|Win||4-0||Travis Fulton||TKO||2 (4)||2016-03-12||Olympia, Montréal, Quebec|
|Win||3-0||Tomas Mrazek||TKO||2 (4)||2016-02-21||Casino du Lac-Leamy, Gatineau, Quebec|
|Win||2-0||Alex Nicholson||KO||1 (4)||2015-12-04||Métropolis, Montréal, Quebec|
|Win||1-0||Balazs Bodo||TKO||1 (4)||2015-11-06||Parc de l'Exposition, Trois-Rivières, Quebec||Professional debut.|
- [dead link]
- "TSN". Ctvolympics.ca. Retrieved 2016-09-29.
- "Boxing Athlete Profile : KEAN Simon - Toronto 2015 Pan American Games". Results.toronto2015.org. 1989-01-11. Retrieved 2016-09-29.
- "Simon Kean- Boxer". Boxrec.com.
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