Lamon Brewster was born on June 5, 1973 in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. Lamon Tajuan Brewster is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1996 to 2010. He held the WBO heavyweight title from 2004 to 2006 and is best known for scoring an upset knockout victory over Wladimir Klitschko to win the vacant title. He was ranked as the world's No.8 heavyweight by BoxRec at the conclusion of 2004, As an amateur, Brewster won the U.S. national championships in 1995, and a silver medal at that year's Pan American Games, both in the heavyweight division. Following his retirement from the sport in 2011, he became an entrepreneur and founded a consulting business.
Brewster has a boxing record of 41 total fights, 35 wins, and 30 of them were by way of knockout. With only 6 losses in his career Lamon Brewster earned his nickname “Relentless”, because he is relentless in his pursuits inside and outside the ring.
In 2015, Lamon Brewster and his wife Juana founded Brewster's Place. It exists as a charity organization offering positive solutions to foster sustainable living to the global community through mentoring, humanitarianism and peaceful conflict resolution through the constructs and principles of life through boxing. The program addresses heart issues and guides adolescents, civilian adults and active and veteran military members to search for internal resolve and resilience to overcome life's challenges.
The Diversion & Resiliency part of the Brewster’s Place program comprises lessons garnered by the former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion. It is a 6-week, 12-session offering that aims to build life perspective along with personal and interpersonal conflict resolution.
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