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Ahmen Kaddour

Ahmen, “Babyface,” Kaddour is a Lebanese American boxer. 

Kaddour was born in Lebanon on January 1st, 1982. He grew up in Denmark, and now lives in America; his multi-cultural background has helped contribute to his ability to speak five languages.

In 2003–2004, Kaddour fought four of five fights in the United States, one in Germany, against adversaries with impressive wins, and won three of the four fights in the United States by halts. He was 18-0 when he was chosen to compete on the reality TV show The Contender, which was broadcasted worldwide, and was assigned to the East Coast team. He had a feud with Ishe Smithwhile on the team, and they fought in the third match. Smith was world ranked by all four sanctioning organizations at the time, and he held the USBA, NABO, and WBC Continental Americas titles. Kaddour went for an early KO, but Smith withstood the storm and was awarded by unanimous verdict, describing the fight as “tough fight” afterwards. Kaddour went on to have a very successful boxing career. 

In total Kaddour has won 27 boxing matches, 10 wins by KO’s, 2 total loses and 1 draw. 


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