Specialty : Boxing Coach

A Brazilian, Kleber started his career in martial arts in judo in 1965 and then was a wrestler and jiu-jitsu fighter, and in 1987 began as boxing fighter. In boxing he became a fighter and coached professional fighters.

He is also referee and judge, and is currently accredited by the Rio de Janeiro State Boxing Federation, Fluminense Boxing Federation, Brazilian Boxing Confederation and USA Boxing.

As Boxing Coach, since 2000 he has worked at Raff Giglio Boxing School (Vidigal-RJ-Brazil) and participated in several Social Projects in Rio de Janeiro-Brazil’s favelas, and has been judge in the title of the Brazilian Professional Boxing Championship held in the city of Magé – Rio de Janeiro Brazil in 2001 by Rio de Janeiro State Boxing Federation.

He Participated as athlete in International Marathons of 1979, 1983, 1990, 1997 and 2004 all held in the city of Rio de Janeiro-Brazil.

He has been Vice President of the Rio de Janeiro State Boxing Federation and was President of the Fluminense Boxing Federation 4 management periods.

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