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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)
Obituaries don't tend to establish notability as millions of people have obits. CHRISSYMAD ❯❯❯¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 13:32, 24 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.[1] He competed in international bouts including in Australia[2][3] and against Trinidad & Tobago's "Gentle Daniel".[4] He was a middleweight champion of Jamaica and trained Prince Buster during Buster's boxing career before he become a Ska star.[5]

In 1938 he alleged that he was told to take a dive in the fourth round of a fight.[6] He was awarded a monetary judgment.[7]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Kingston Gleaner Newspaper Archives, Dec 28, 1947, p. 12". 28 December 1947.
  2. "Boxing". The Sydney Morning Herald. 19 November 1938. p. 15. Retrieved 21 June 2018.
  3. "The Sydney Morning Herald". The Sydney Morning Herald. 6 December 1938. p. 17.
  4. "Daniel "Gentle Daniel" James". www.fcsportsfoundation.com.
  5. Sidahmed, Mazin (8 September 2016). "Prince Buster, ska pioneer, dies aged 78". the Guardian.
  6. 'TOLD TO TAKE DIVE IN FOURTH ROUND' Courier-Mail December 13 1938
  7. VERDICT OF £83 FOR SID BROWN Courier-Mail December 14 1938



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