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Cruiser Wei
28 - 3 -
China
Class
Amateur
City
Shanghai, China
Promotion
Weight
91kg
Height
6'4"
Wins
28
Losses
3
Draws
  • Left Punch
    100/77
    77%
  • Right Punch
    100/82
    82%
  • Health
    100/80
    80%
  • Power
    100/92
    92%
  • Stamina
    100/80
    80%

Weighing in at the upper-end of the average MiniMeBoxing competitor’s mass, ‘Big Cruiser’ is a serious force to be reckoned with. Wei fights most of his battles in his luxurious home city of Shanghai, meaning you can take consolation from the fact that if he beats you (as is likely), you will have at least ‘enjoyed’ a fight in a very grand setting and earned your opponent a large amount of money whilst doing so – Big Cruiser is a man you’re best off keeping happy.

Wei’s current failure to have ever managed a professional title win is therefore a big problem as he’s not very happy about it. Cruiser is used to swatting his opponents aside with complete ease most of the time and is the long-standing Amateur MiniMeBoxing Champion, but when it comes to fighting for the coveted World MiniMeBoxing Championship, he has found himself beaten on points on two occasions by Lloyd Weathermay. Given his strong desire for that elusive belt and his consequential anger about those two defeats, you’d be best off keeping conversation away from the championship and Weathermay if you were to bump into Cruiser Wei while on the circuit.

Despite the money he has made winning bouts with large stakes in China, Wei’s appearance matches the simplicity of his dominant fighting style. His long hair is slicked back and he wears nothing but cotton tracksuit trousers in the ring. More than aware of the advantages his sheer size brings, Cruiser’s matches don’t usually last long. He may not be the quickest, but Wei has enough tactical know-how to avoid the bulk of an opponent’s attacking jabs. And once said opponent then leaves himself open to a right hook or even just a firm ‘Big Cruiser’ jab, the bell sounds just seconds afterwards.

Amateur