Damaen Kelly

Damaen Kelly

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Damaen Kelly (born August 18, 1976) (also incorrectly known as Damien Kelly) is a former professional boxer from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Kelly fought his final professional fights in the Bantamweight division but was more noted for boxing in the Flyweight division. Kelly was considered to be a gifted textbook boxer but one who lacked real knockout power.


Kelly was born and brought up in Belfast where he still lives with his wife, Margaret, and four children.

Amateur career

As an amateur at club level, Kelly fought out of the Holy Trinity Boxing club in the Turf Lodge area of West Belfast. At national level Kelly wore the green vest of Ireland and won the national title five times. During his career fighting for the national team he won a bronze medal at the Flyweight division during the World Amateur Boxing Championships in 1993 in Tampere, Finland.

In 1996, Kelly followed that bronze medal with another bronze medal at the European Amateur Boxing Championships in Vejle, Denmark. The bronze medal Kelly won at the European Championship in Vejle gave him automatic qualification for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, U.S., where he reached the quarterfinals.

Olympic Results

Member of the 1996 Irish Olympic Team as a Flyweight. His results were:


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