- 37 years
- AIBA Class
Career highlight: Bronze medalist – AIBA World Boxing Championships Bangkok 2003, Milan 2009
Hungarian boxer Gyula Kate comes to APB with an exceptional wealth of experience, having twice represented his country at an Olympic Games in Beijing 2008 and latterly London 2012.
The Magyar man also won the gold medal at the 2000 World Junior Boxing Championships before graduating to win honors at senior level in the AIBA World Boxing Championships in 2003 and 2009, claiming the bronze medal in both tournaments as well as a silver in the 2005 European Union Championships.
He has also performed consistently in the European Boxing Championships, totting up an impressive total of four medals at the tournament, with two bronze coming in 2004 and 2006 followed by two silver medals in 2009 and 2010.
The counter-attacking Kate likes to, use his quick reflexes and movement to block and avoid punches before opening up a chance to dart into range and fire off power punches to the body and head.