Flyweight Champion Zou Shimming Helping Dr. Dre Get The China Money

Beats by Dre is back in the boxing game. This Saturday night in Macau, fans could welcome the first Chinese IBF Flyweight world champion- Zou Shiming. Some may not recognize his name, but he has already won two consecutive gold medals for China.

Zou Shiming’s success is not guaranteed as he faces a fierce competitor in Thailand’s Amnat Ruenroeng. With legendary manager Freddie Roach in his corner, Zou Shiming looks to put Chinese boxing on the map.

Check out Zou Shiming in his second Beats By Dre produced spot entitled Relentless. Backed by the sounds of Royal Blood’s ‘Figure it out’, the video features Zou Shiming in a serious workout. Music and intense motion made possible by Powerbeats2 Wireless. `

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7 Foot Chinese Boxer Ready To Dominate The Heavyweight Division

The Chinese fighter, given the nickname “The Great Wall” for obvious reasons, stands at a whopping 7-feet and weighs in at 286-pounds. He might just be the most intimidating boxer walking this earth, even though he has no amateur experience.

In a stereotype that will make every tall person sigh, Dong was formerly a basketball player. He didn’t think twice about changing sport, however, as he told Fox Sports. “The transition wasn’t really hard,” said Dong. “Nowadays I have to concentrate on fewer things, since I only have to apply punches and protect the upper part of my body.”

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