There are two Chinese heavyweights with the same last name of Zhang. This writer met Zhilei “Big Bang” Zhang in the Pocono Mountains through 1976 Olympian Charles Mooney who at the time was training him. Eventually he would turn professional under manager Dino Duva. He lives in Las Vegas, NV.
Zhang is 18-0 (14) and a 6’6″ southpaw who won a Silver Medal in the 2008 Olympics. He also fought in the 2012 Olympics going 1-1. He lost to current champion Anthony Joshua 15-12. In 2011 in the World Amateur Championships he defeated current WBO champion Joe Parker 15-7. He is No. 8 in the WBO rankings. He is 34.
The other Chinese heavyweight Junlong “Dragon King” Zhang 19-0 (19), at 6:03 1/2 who in the Amateurs was 17-0 (17) with all but one bout in China. He is 36 and turned professional in 2012. He lives in Qingdao, China. Zhang is the WBA Oceanic heavyweight champion.
Another but from Tokyo, Japan, is Kyotaro Fujimoto, 18-1 (10). He is the OPBF and WBO Asia Pacific Champion. He is ranked No. 7 in the WBO and No. 15 in the WBA. He is 31 and 6’0″.