- I believe the international boxing titles establish notability. An AfD would be a more appropriate venue to determine notability. And I'm not sure what about the articles covering him, his matches, a controversy over a fixed bout, and an obituary don't establish notability. Seems like more bias. A title holding boxer West Indies and Jamaican champion during his career isn't notable according to whom? The Sydney Morning Herald is a local paper for a boxer from Jamaica? Nonsense. FloridaArmy (talk) 23:56, 23 August 2018 (UTC)
Cecil "Syd" Brown (died November 1947) was a boxer from Jamaica. He was Jamaica's Middleweight Champion and fought in several international bouts. He was also title holder of the West Indies for a while. He competed in international bouts including in Australia and against Trinidad & Tobago's "Gentle Daniel". He was a middleweight champion of Jamaica and trained Prince Buster during Buster's boxing career before he become a Ska star.
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- "Kingston Gleaner Newspaper Archives, Dec 28, 1947, p. 12". 28 December 1947.
- "Boxing". The Sydney Morning Herald. 19 November 1938. p. 15. Retrieved 21 June 2018.
- "The Sydney Morning Herald". The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 December 1938. p. 17.
- "Daniel "Gentle Daniel" James". www.fcsportsfoundation.com.
- Sidahmed, Mazin (8 September 2016). "Prince Buster, ska pioneer, dies aged 78". the Guardian.
- 'TOLD TO TAKE DIVE IN FOURTH ROUND' Courier-Mail December 13 1938
- VERDICT OF £83 FOR SID BROWN Courier-Mail December 14 1938
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