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Robin Reid (boxer)

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Robin Reid (boxer)

Robin Reid (born 19 February 1971) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 1993 to 2012. He held the WBC super-middleweight title from 1996 to 1997, and the IBO super-middleweight title from 2004 to 2005. As an amateur, Reid represented Great Britain at 1992 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal in the light-middleweight division. Amateur career Highlights 1988 2nd at Light Middleweight at Junior Tournament in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. Lost to Marco Theuer of Germany in the final[1] 1989 2nd at Light Middleweight at Junior World Championships in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Lost to Leonides Bedey of Cuba in the final on points. 1990 3rd at Light Middleweight in ABA championships 1991 fought as a Light Middleweight at World Championships in Sydney, Australia. Results were: Defeated Charmstrong Karnshupan (Thailand) TKO 1 Lost to Israel Akopkokhian (Soviet Union) points 1992 1st place at Canada Cup as a Light Middleweight. Results were: Defeated Darren Obah (Australia) points Defeat

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Chris Eubank Jr.

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Chris Eubank Jr.

Christopher Livingstone Eubank Jr. (born 18 September 1989) is a British professional boxer. He has held the WBA interim middleweight title since December 2019 and previously held the same title in 2015. He also held the IBO super-middleweight title twice between 2017 and December 2019, and at regional level the British middleweight title in 2016. As of December 2019, he is ranked as the world's second best active middleweight by BoxRec[2] and eighth by The Ring magazine.[3] He is the son of former two-weight world boxing champion Chris Eubank. Early life and education Eubank was born in Hove, East Sussex, the son of Chris Eubank and Karron Suzanne Stephen Martin.[4] He was a pupil at Brighton College, Shoreham College for one year, and Spring Valley High School in Las Vegas for two years.[5] Eubank featured alongside his father in the reality TV series At Home with the Eubanks.[6] At the age of 16, Eubank and his brother Sebastian moved to the United States to live with a guardian named Irene Hutton. It

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Vuyani Bungu

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Vuyani Bungu

Vuyani Bungu (born 26 February 1967) is a South African former professional boxer who competed from 1987 to 2005.[1][2] He held the IBF junior-featherweight title from 1994 to 1999, and the IBO featherweight title from 2004 to 2005. Professional career Bungu turned pro in 1987 and in 1994 captured the International Boxing Federation Super Bantamweight Title with a shocking upset victory over Kennedy McKinney, a fight named 1994 Ring Magazine Upset of the Year. After the victory, Bungu defended the title an impressive 13 times before relinquishing the belt in 2000 to move up to featherweight to take on Naseem Hamed. Hamed destroyed the super bantamweight legend, TKO'ing Bungu in the 4th round. In 2002, he was beaten by Lehlohonolo Ledwaba and retired in 2005 after losing to Thomas Mashaba. He compiled a career record of 39-5-0. Professional boxing record Professional record summary 44 fights 39 wins 5 losses By knockout 19 1 By decision 20 4 No. Result Record Opponent Typ

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Mairis Briedis

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Mairis Briedis

Mairis Briedis (born January 13, 1985) is a Latvian professional boxer competing in the cruiserweight division. He is the first Latvian to win a boxing world title, having held the WBC cruiserweight title from April 2017 to January 2018, and WBO cruiserweight title in 2019.[1] He was awarded the Order of the Three Stars in 2017.[2] As a professional, he has fought world champions Oleksander Usyk, Marco Huck, Krzysztof Głowacki and Manuel Charr. As of November 2019, he is ranked as the world’s best active cruiserweight by BoxRec, The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board. Professional career Early career At the age of 24, Mairis Briedis, who previously served as a Latvian State Police officer in Rīga, turned professional in 2009. He racked up multiple wins in his home country and abroad, including a second round TKO of former heavyweight title challenger Danny Williams.[3] He captured the IBA cruiserweight title along the way. Briedis' first fight of note came in 2015, when he moved up

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Julius Indongo

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Julius Indongo

Julius Munyelele Indongo (born 12 February 1983) is a Namibian professional boxer. He is a former unified light-welterweight world champion, having held the WBA (Unified), IBF, and IBO titles between 2016 and 2017. As an amateur, Indongo represented Namibia at the 2008 Olympics, reaching the first round of the lightweight bracket. Amateur career Indongo first took up boxing at the age of 17. In 2002, he won the amateur Namibian National Championships and he appeared poised for success. However, Indongo was struck by tuberculosis, which interrupted his career for 2 years. After recovering, Indongo qualified to represent his country in the 2008 Olympics. Right before his first fight, Indongo broke his right hand. He decided to fight regardless but was easily outpointed by Anthony Little.[1] Professional career Early career Indongo debuted professionally at the age of 25, on 25 July 2009, with a points decision (PTS) win over Pohamba Mandume. After winning his first six fights, he won his first regional titl

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Anthony Joshua

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Anthony Joshua

Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua, OBE (born 15 October 1989) is a British professional boxer. He is a two-time unified heavyweight champion, having held the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles since December 2019 and previously between 2016 and June 2019. At regional level, he held the British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles from 2014 to 2016 Joshua represented England at the 2011 AIBA World Boxing Championships as an amateur in the super-heavyweight division, winning a silver medal; he also represented Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics, winning gold. In 2014, a year after turning professional, he was named Prospect of the Year by The Ring magazine. In 2017, his victorious fight against Wladimir Klitschko was named Fight of the Year by The Ring and the Boxing Writers Association of America. Joshua is the second British boxer, after James DeGale, to win both a gold medal at the Olympics and a world title by a major professional sanctioning body, as well as the first British heavyweight to do so. As of

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Guillermo Rigondeaux

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Guillermo Rigondeaux

Guillermo Rigondeaux Ortiz (Spanish pronunciation: ; born 30 September 1980) is a Cuban professional boxer. He is a two-weight world champion, having held the WBA (Regular) bantamweight title since February 2020 and previously, the unified WBA (Super), WBO, and Ring magazine super-bantamweight titles between 2013 and 2017. He also challenged once for the WBO super-featherweight title in 2017. As of February 2020, he is ranked as the world's best active super-bantamweight by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board[2] and fifth by The Ring, as well as the sixth best active bantamweight by BoxRec. Possessing one of the greatest amateur records of all time,[3] Rigondeaux won consecutive gold medals in the bantamweight division at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics. He is also a seven-time Cuban national champion at bantamweight (2000–2006), finishing his amateur career with a record of nearly 475 fights with 12 losses; the last of these losses occurring in 2003. After Rigondeaux's defection in 2009, he turned pro

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Jackson Asiku

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Jackson Asiku

Jackson "Action" Asiku (born 21 October 1978), is a Ugandan-Australian amateur flyweight and professional feather/super featherweight boxer of the 1990s, 2000s and 2010s who as an amateur represented Uganda and won a bronze medal at flyweight in the Boxing at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, losing to eventual gold medal winner Richard Sunee of Mauritius, represented Uganda and won a bronze medal at flyweight in the Boxing at the 1999 All-Africa Games in Johannesburg, South Africa, losing to eventual silver medal winner Nacer Keddam of Algeria, and represented Uganda at flyweight in the Boxing at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, losing to Arlan Lerio of the Philippines, and as a professional won the Australian featherweight title, World Boxing Organization (WBO) Asia Pacific featherweight title, African Boxing Union (ABU) featherweight title, International Boxing Federation (IBF) Australasian featherweight title, International Boxing Organization (IBO) featherweight title,

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Ali Funeka

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Ali Funeka

Ali Mziyanda Funeka (born 28 March 1978) is a South African professional boxer. He held the IBO welterweight world title from 2014 to 2015, previously challenged three times for a lightweight world title between 2009–2010, and held the South African super featherweight title between 2004–2006 and in 2014. Professional career Funeka turned pro in 1995 at the 112 pound weight class. After moving up in weight and fighting mostly journeymen, he stepped up in class to challenge Mzonke Fana for the South African super featherweight title in 2002. Although he knocked Fana down in the 1st, Funeka lost a decision. After winning several regional titles, Funeka rose to fame with an upset knockout win over Zahir Raheem in an IBF Lightweight Title Eliminator in 2008. The following year he would lose to champion Nate Campbell. Later in 2009, he challenged Joan Guzmán for the vacant IBF lightweight world title but the fight was ruled a draw, although many felt Funeka had won. In 2010, Funeka fought Guzman for the same

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Renold Quinlan

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Renold Quinlan

Renold Vatubua Quinlan (born 7 July 1989) is an Australian professional boxer of Indigenous and Fijian descent. Best known for knocking out former world champion Daniel Geale, Quinlan held the IBO super-middleweight title from 2016 to 2017. Background Quinlan, who grew up in Minto and Rosemeadow and attended Sarah Redfern High School.[1] His amateur career stands at 12-3. His maternal grandfather, Sailosi Vatubua, represented Fiji in amateur boxing and won the gold medal at the 1966 South Pacific Games in Nouméa.[2] Career Since turning pro Quinlan 2008 Quinlan had a lay off for nearly 2 years before returning in early 2010 then had a fight a year later, early 2011, Then had another 2 years off. A few of his fights have been on undercards against his good friend Anthony Mundine. He also trains out of Grant's Fitness Revolution, His trainer is Lepani Wilson. Quinlan vs. Geale On 14 October 2016 Quinlan travelled to fight Daniel Geale on his home soil of Tasmania and he had his biggest win to date, with a

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Jeff Mayweather

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Jeff Mayweather

Jeff Mayweather (born July 4, 1964) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1988 to 1997, and held the IBO super featherweight title from 1994 to 1995. He has since worked as a boxing and mixed martial arts trainer. Professional career Mayweather had a career boxing record of 32–10–5 (10 KOs). His biggest accomplishment was winning the IBO junior lightweight title from John Roby on April 21, 1994, a title which he defended two times. On March 13, 1993, Mayweather lost to Oscar De La Hoya, who was in only his 5th pro bout, by TKO in round 4. Boxing After a successful career in the ring, Mayweather followed in the footsteps of his brothers and became a trainer. Known as the "Quiet Mayweather" Mayweather has trained several champions including Sultan Ibragimov, Celestino Caballero and for a short period Floyd Mayweather Jr. On October 14, 2011 he led Caballero down to Argentina where they captured the WBA featherweight title from Jonathon Barros. Jeff Mayweather is current boxing coach fo

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Zac Dunn

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Zac Dunn

Zac Dunn (born 4 February 1991) is an Australian professional boxer and the current WBC International Silver Super middleweight champion and former IBO World champion.[1] Professional Boxing Record [2] Professional record summary 28 fights 27 wins 1 loss By knockout 22 1 By decision 5 0 By disqualification 0 0 Draws 0 No contests 0 Result Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes Win 27–1 Bo Gibbs Jr TKO 6 (10) 17 November 2018 The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington Won Vacant WBA Oceania Super Middleweight Title . Win 26–1 Enrique Rubio TKO 6 (10) 27 April 2018 The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington Win 25–1 Cedric Spera TKO 4 (10) 9 Dec 2017 The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington Win 24–1 Luis Eduardo Paz TKO 4 (10) 7 Oct 2017 Domo Unidad Deportiva del F.U.T.V., Merida Loss 23–1 David Brophy TKO 7 (12) 17 Mar 2017 The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria Lost Commonwealth super middlewe

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Masibulele Makepula

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Masibulele Makepula

{{Infobox boxer | name = Masibulele Makepula | image = | caption = | realname = Masibulele Makepula | nickname = Hawk | weight=light flyweight |height=5 ft. 0 in. (152 cm.) |reach=68 in. (173 cm.) |nationality= South African | birth_date = 3 March 1973 | birth_place = East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa | style = Orthodox | total = 33 | wins = 28 | KO = 18 | losses = 5 | draws = 0 | no contests = 0 | medaltemplates= |- ! colspan="3" class="adr" | Representing  South Africa |- ! colspan="3" | All-Africa Games {{MedalGold| [[1995 All-Africa Games|1995 Harare,Zimbabwe ] | Light Flyweight}} }} Masibulele Makepula (born 1973-03-03 in East London, South Africa) is a professional boxer. Amateur Achievements Represented South Africa at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria. Gold Medalist at the 1995 All-Africa Games in Harare as a Light Flyweight. Represented South Africa at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia as a Light Flyweight. His results were: Defeated Debind Thapa (India) TKO 1 Lost to Rafa

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Johnny Bredahl

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Johnny Bredahl

Johnny Bredahl Johansen (born 27 August 1968 in Copenhagen, Denmark), known professionally as Johnny Bredahl or Johny Wahid Johansen, is a retired professional boxer in the bantamweight (118 lb) division. Bredahl is the former WBA world bantamweight champion.[1] Bredahl fought at the bantamweight division but did also compete at divisions either side. Amateur career Bredahl boxed as an amateur and represented Denmark in the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea before turning professional. 1988 Olympic results Below is the record of Johnny Bedahl, a Danish flyweight boxer who competed at the 1988 Seoul Olympics: Round of 64: lost to Hamed Halbouni (Syria) referee stopped contest in the second round Professional career In December 1988, Bredahl turn professional winning his first fight at the Sheraton Hotel in Copenhagen, when Bredahl beat England's Gordon Stobie with a points decision over six rounds. Bredahl won seven of his first eight fights in a similar fashion. Bredahl won his first title be

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Troy Dorsey

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Troy Dorsey

Troy Glenn Dorsey (born November 19, 1962) is an American former boxer and kickboxer who competed in the bantamweight, featherweight and lightweight divisions. Known predominantly for his indominatable spirit, amazing physical endurance and a propensity to hammer an opponent with a withering constant barrage of punches, Dorsey began his martial arts training in karate and taekwondo at the age of ten before later making the switch to full contact kickboxing where he was a three-time world champion as well as a gold medalist the WAKO Amateur World Championships in both 1985 (London) and 1987 (Munich). He began dedicating himself to boxing in 1989 and would win the IBF World Featherweight Championship and IBO World Super Featherweight Championship before retiring in 1998. Early life Born and raised in Mansfield, Texas, Troy Dorsey began training in karate and taekwondo at the age of ten, eventually reaching the rank of eighth degree black belt.[1] After competing in point karate competitions, he made the switc

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Jimmi Bredahl

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Jimmi Bredahl

Jimmi Bredahl Johansen (born 26 August 1967 in Copenhagen, Denmark), known professionally as Jimmi Bredahl or Jimmy Bredahl, is a former professional boxer. Bredahl is the former WBO world super featherweight champion and the older brother of fellow boxer Johnny Bredahl. Professional career In March 1989, Bredahl turned professional winning his first fight in Brædstrup, when Bredahl beat England's Des Gargano with a points decision over six rounds. Title fights Bredahl won his first title belt, the vacant EBU (European) super featherweight title, in March 1992 with an eleventh-round knockout win over France's Pierre Lorcy. The following weekend his brother Johnny won the bantamweight version of the European title. In his next fight, later that year Bredahl won the WBO super featherweight title with a win over Daniel Londas. On the same bill his brother Johnny won the super flyweight version of the WBO title. De La Hoya fight Bredahl's highest profile fight in March 1994 at the Olympic Auditorium, Los A

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Zaurbek Baysangurov

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Zaurbek Baysangurov

Zaurbek Musaevich Baysangurov (born 2 March 1985) is a Russian professional boxer. He is a former WBO and IBO light middleweight champion, having held the IBO title twice between 2010–2015 and the WBO title between 2011–2013. He held the European title between 2007–2008 and the WBA Inter-Continental title between 2009–2010. Amateur career In 2001, Baysangurov won the gold medal at the 2001 Russian Cadet National Championships in Rostov in June,[1] he then won the gold medal at the 2001 Cadet European Championships in Liverpool, England in July,[2] and went on to win a bronze medal at the 2001 Cadet World Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan in October.[3] In 2002, Baysangurov won the gold medal at the 2002 Russian Junior National Championships in Tyumen in May,[4] and went on to win a bronze medal at the 2002 Junior World Championships in Santiago de Cuba in September.[5] In 2003, Baysangurov won the gold medal at the 2003 Junior European Championships in Warsaw, Poland in August.[6] Amateur highlights 20

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Uriah Grant

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Uriah Grant

Uriah Grant (born January 20, 1961 in St. Andrew, Jamaica) was a professional boxer who held the IBF Cruiserweight Title. Professional career Grant turned pro in 1984 as a light heavyweight and lost to Henry Tillman in his second pro fight. In 1986 he defeated former light heavyweight champion Matthew Saad Muhammad. He looked headed towards a journeyman status, and dropped a series of fights, including a decision to Bobby Czyz in 1990. In 1991 he lost to Frank Tate, and moved up to cruiserweight. In 1993 he landed a shot at IBF Cruiserweight titleholder Alfred Cole and lost a decision. In 1995 Grant landed a rematch with Cole and lost another decision. The next year Grant was outboxed by a young Chris Byrd over 10 rounds. In 1997 Grant earned a shot at IBF Cruiserweight titleholder Adolpho Washington and won a close decision, winning his only title. Grant lost the belt in his next fight to Imamu Mayfield. Thomas Hearns TKO Grant had a resurgence in 2000 when he defeated Thomas Hearns in the second round.

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Moruti Mthalane

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Moruti Mthalane

Moruti Mthalane (born 6 October 1982) is a South African professional boxer. He is a two-time IBF flyweight champion, having held the title since 2018 and previously from 2009 to 2014. He is also a former IBO flyweight champion, having held the title from 2014 to 2017. Professional career His professional record includes 41 fights: 39 wins (26 knockouts), and 2 losses. He lives in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. In November 2009 he beat Mexican boxer Julio César Miranda to win the vacant IBF Flyweight title.[1] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 41 fights 39 wins 2 losses By knockout 26 2 By decision 13 0 No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes 41 Win 39–2 Akira Yaegashi TKO 9 (12), 2:54 23 Dec 2019 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan Retained IBF flyweight title 40 Win 38–2 Masayuki Kuroda UD 12 13 May 2019 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan Retained IBF flyweight title 39 Win 37–2 Masahiro Sak

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Mauricio Pastrana

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Mauricio Pastrana

Mauricio Antonio Pastrana Tapi, more commonly known as Mauricio Pastrana, (born 20 January 1973 in Montería, Colombia) is a Colombian professional boxer who fights in the super bantamweight division.[1] He is a former four-weight world champion, having won multiple titles in the light flyweight, super flyweight, and bantamweight divisions, as well as an interim title at flyweight. Professional career Pastrana turned professional in October 1991. In his debut at Sincelejo, Colombia, Pastrana defeated fellow debutant Allende Rudino with a knockout in the second round. On January 18, 1997, Pastrana defeated Michael Carbajal in a twelve-round split decision in the Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada for the IBF light flyweight title.[1] Pastrana would go on to take the Interim WBA flyweight title, IBA and IBO super flyweight titles and IBA Bantamweight titles. See also List of light-flyweight boxing champions List of flyweight boxing champions References Boxrec. "Mauricio Pastrana". Boxrec F

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Daud Yordan

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Daud Yordan

Daud "Cino" Yordan (born 10 June 1987) is an Indonesian professional boxer and former IBO Featherweight and Lightweight Champion. He is ranked 18th in the Lightweight division according to BoxRec. Early life and family Daud was born in Ketapang, West Borneo, Indonesia on 10 June 1987. He is the fifth child of six children to Hermanus Lai Cun, a Chinese father and Natalia, a Dayak mother. His former trainer, Carlos Jesus Penate Torres from Cuba give his nickname Cino (Chino in Spanish). Since then he is always known by the nickname.[1] Professional career He won his first 23 fights, most against national level opponents, which included notable wins against Surasak Makordae and José Antonio Meza Jimenez, the latter being his American debut. Yordan then fought Robert Guerrero , his first fight on HBO, where the fight ended as a no contest after an accidental head clash in the second round. After this he started fighting higher level opponents, beating Robert Allanic, by KO, and Ricky Sismundo, by TKO. Yorda

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José Pedraza (boxer)

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José Pedraza (boxer)

José Pedraza González (born May 8, 1989) is a Puerto Rican professional boxer and former two-weight world champion. He held the IBO super featherweight title in 2014, the IBF junior lightweight title from 2015 to 2017, and the WBO lightweight title in 2018. As an amateur he represented Puerto Rico, winning medals in multiple international competitions. Among the awards achieved by Pedraza are a bronze medal at the 2007 Pan American Games, silver at the 2009 World Amateur Boxing Championships and gold at the 2010 Central American and Caribbean Games, as well as participation in the 2008 Summer Olympics. Pedraza debuted as a professional in February 2011, winning the World Boxing Council's Super Featherweight Youth World Championship in only his sixth fight. Amateur career Early career and Pan American Games Pedraza participated in the 2006 Copa La Romana. In the quarter finals he defeated Javier Fortuna (27:5).[1] He secured the bronze medal with a 12:9 victory over V.Castillo of Ecuador. Pedraza won the tou

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List of IBO world champions

This is a list of IBO world champions, showing every world champion certificated by the International Boxing Organization (IBO) since 1993. r – Champion relinquished title s – Champion stripped of title Heavyweight [1] No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 Pinklon Thomas Nov 14, 1992 – Jan 29, 1993s 0 2 Lionel Butler Feb 23, 1993 – Mar 1993r 0 3 Danell Nicholson Aug 4, 1994 – Oct 1994r 0 4 Jimmy Thunder Oct 29, 1994 – Jul 16, 1995r 2 5 Brian Nielsen Jan 12, 1996 – Jun 18, 1999s 5 6 Lennox Lewis Nov 13, 1999 – Apr 22, 2001 3 7 Hasim Rahman Apr 22, 2001 – Nov 17, 2001 0 8 Lennox Lewis (2) Nov 17, 2001 – Feb 6, 2004r 2 9 Wladimir Klitschko Apr 22, 2006 – Nov 28, 2015 18 10 Tyson Fury Nov 28, 2015 – Oct 12, 2016r 0 11 Anthony Joshua Apr 29, 2017 – Jun 1, 2019 3 12 Andy Ruiz Jr. Jun 1, 2019 – Dec 7, 2019 0 13 Anthony Joshua (2) Dec 7, 2019 – present 0 Cruiserweight [2] No. Name Duration of reign Def

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The following is a list of female world champions in the International Boxing Organization. Stand: November 30, 2019. r – Champion relinquished title.s – Champion stripped of title. Minimumweight No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 Zongju Cai 2018-06-09 — 2018s 0 Light flyweight No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 vacant 0 Flyweight No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 Nina Radovanovic 2018-12-08 — 2019s 0 2 Gloria Gallardo 2019-11-22 — present 0 Super flyweight No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 Eva Voraberger 2015-09-27 — 2016-04-30 0 2 Esmeralda Moreno 2016-04-30 — 2016s 0 3 Eva Voraberger (2) 2016-10-22 — 2017s 0 Bantamweight No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 Sharadene Fortuin 2015-08-28 — 2016s 0 Super bantamweight No. Name Duration of reign Defences 1 Vissia Trovato 2016-11-05 — 2017s 0 2 Ségolène Lefèbvre 2019-04-12 — 2019r 0 Featherweight No. Name Duration of

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Robert Daniels (born August 30, 1966 in Miami, FL), is an American professional boxer in the Cruiserweight division. Professional career Daniels, known as "Preacherman," turned pro in 1984 and in 1989 he captured the vacant World Boxing Association (WBA) cruiserweight title by defeating a badly faded 36-year-old Dwight Muhammad Qawi. He defended the title twice before losing the title to Bobby Czyz in 1991 in a close split decision. He continued to fight as both a cruiserweight and heavyweight through 1997. In his highest profile fights as a heavyweight, he lost to Lawrence Clay-Bey and David Tua. Daniels, at the age of 48, is returning to boxing in September 2016, for his first bout in four years for Daniels. Prior to that bout, he didn't fight for five years, making this comeback his third fight in nearly 10 years. Daniels became world champion in 1989 by defeating Dwight Muhammad Qawi in France for the vacant WBA cruiserweight title, holding it until his third defense, a controversial split decision lo

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George Groves (boxer)

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George Groves (boxer)

George Groves (born 26 March 1988) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 2008 to 2018. He held the WBA (Super) super-middleweight title from 2017 to 2018, and previously the European, British, and Commonwealth super-middleweight titles between 2010 and 2014. As an amateur, Groves won the ABA middleweight title twice in 2007 and 2008. In March 2018, he was ranked as the world's best active super-middleweight by BoxRec, The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board. Amateur career Groves generally fought in the 75 kilograms (165 lb) division as an amateur and won the Senior ABA championship for his weight in 2006 and 2007.[1] He also fought in championships around the world and won medals in places such as Russia, Estonia, Bosnia, Morocco and the United States.[2] In 2006, he defeated future Olympic and world champion James DeGale and compiled a total amateur record of 66 wins out of 76 fights with 40 stoppage victories.[3] Professional career Early career Groves turned p

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Paulus Ambunda

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Paulus Ambunda

Paulus Ambunda (born 6 August 1980) is a Namibian boxer who participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics. As a professional, he held the WBO bantamweight title in 2013, and twice the IBO bantamweight title in 2015 and in 2018. Amateur career Ambunda won the silver medal at flyweight at the 2004 All-Africa Games in Abuja, Nigeria. At the 2004 Summer Olympics he was stopped in the quarter finals of the flyweight (51 kg) division by Germany's eventual bronze medal winner Rustamhodza Rahimov. Professional career Ambunda won the WBO bantamweight title against Thai fighter Pungluang Sor Singyu in his 20th fight. he would end up losing the belt in his first defense to Japanese fighter Tomoki Kameda.[1] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 30 fights 27 wins 3 losses By knockout 11 0 By decision 16 3 Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes Loss 27-3 Stephen Fulton UD 12 (12) 2019-05-11 EagleBank Arena, Fairfax Lost IBO super b

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Moises Flores

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Moises Flores

Moises Flores (born November 17, 1986) is a Mexican professional boxer who is a former interim WBA & IBO Super bantamweight champion. Professional career Moises flores turned professional in 2008 and compiled a record of 22-0 (1 NC) before he won the WBA interim title at Super bantamweight by beating Colombia boxer Óscar Escandón.[1] The World Boxing Association mandated a fight between Flores and full champion Guillermo Rigondeaux, in the fight Flores would be knocked out in the 1st round. The result of the fight would however be overturned to a no contest as the knockout blow was deemed to have landed after the bell.[2] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 29 fights 25 wins 2 losses By knockout 17 1 By decision 8 1 No contests 2 Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes Loss 25–2 (2) Brandon Figueroa KO 3 (12), 1:35 2019-01-13 Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, California Loss 25–1 (2) Daniel Roman UD

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Claudio Marrero

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Claudio Marrero

Claudio Marrero Guzman (born 6 March 1989) is a Dominican professional boxer who held the WBA interim, and IBO featherweight titles in 2017. Amateur career Marrero was the silver medalist at the 2007 Pan American Games in the bantamweight division. He came within one win of qualifying for the 2008 Summer Olympics, losing to Yankiel León of Cuba 12:1.[1] Marrero also competed at the 2007 AIBA World Boxing Championships and 2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships. Professional career On 23 August 2013, Marrero lost to Jesús Cuellar for the interim WBA featherweight title on ESPN Friday Night Fights.[2] On 29 April 2017, he won the WBA interim, and IBO featherweight titles by knocking out Carlos Zambrano in the first round. He would lose the WBA belt in his next fight by KO against Jesus Rojas. Professional boxing record Professional record summary 28 fights 24 wins 4 losses By knockout 17 2 By decision 7 2 #abbr Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Note

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Simpiwe Vetyeka

Simpiwe Vetyeka (born 24 December 1980) is a South African professional boxer. He is a former WBA (Super) and IBO featherweight champion, as well as a former IBO super bantamweight champion. Professional career Vetyeka vs. John Vetyeka won the WBA Super World featherweight title by defeating Chris John on December 6, 2013, when John retired on his stool after the sixth of twelve rounds. Vetyeka's IBO featherweight title was also on the line. It was John's first professional loss and brought his ten-year WBA title reign to an end, sending him into retirement. Vetyeka vs. Donaire Vetyeka fought Filipino Nonito Donaire for the WBA (Super) featherweight title on May 31, 2014 at The Venetian Macao Hotel & Resort's Cotai Arena in Macau of the Special administrative regions in China. Vetyeka was dropped by Donaire in the fourth round after landing his signature left hook. The fight was stopped seconds after the bell for the fifth round rang due to a cut on Donaire's left eye from an accidental headbutt. Vet

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Mbulelo Botile

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Mbulelo Botile

Mbulelo Botile (born 23 July 1972 in Duncan Village, Buffalo City, South Africa) is a retired South African professional boxer. Botile was a world champion in 2 different weight classes, bantamweight and featherweight. Professional career Botile turned pro in 1989 and won his first twenty-one bouts, including fifteen straight to set up a shot at the IBF Bantamweight title against Harold Mestre in 1995. Botile won with a second round KO. He successfully defended the title five times before losing the belt to Tim Austin in 1997, by a seventh round TKO. Botile moved up in weight and in 2000 took on IBF Featherweight title-holder Paul Ingle, winning the belt with a twelfth-round TKO. He lost a decision in his first defence against Frank Toledo in 2001 and then moved up to Super featherweight. He took on former champion Cassius Baloyi in 2002, losing by an eleventh-round TKO. Botile retired after the loss, but came back in 2005, only to be knocked out by Anthony Tshehla. Botile later stated that the injuries c

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Malcolm Klassen

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Malcolm Klassen

Malcolm Klassen (born in Hammanskraal, Gauteng, South Africa) is a South African professional boxer. Known as "Stone", he was a virtual unknown in the boxing world until he challenged and defeated Gairy St. Clair for the International Boxing Federation Super featherweight title on 4 Nov 2006. He lost his belt in his first defense against unheralded Mzonke Fana. Professional career Klassen lost a decision to Robert Guerrero on August 22, 2009.[1] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 45 fights 34 wins 9 losses By knockout 18 2 By decision 16 7 Draws 2 Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes Loss 34–9–2 Azinga Fuzile TKO 4 (12) 2018-10-21 Orient Theatre, East London For IBF Continental Africa Super Featherweight Title. Win 34–8–2 Yohane Banda TKO 2 (10) 2018-07-28 Civic Centre, Rustenburg, North-West Loss 33–8–2 Shavkat Rakhimov TKO 8 (12) 2018-02-10 DIVS, Ekaterinburg For IBO super

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Emiliano Marsili

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Emiliano Marsili

Emiliano Marsili (born 11 August 1976) is an Italian professional boxer who fights at Lightweight. He is the former International Boxing Organization Lightweight champion. Professional career Marsili made his professional debut in May 2003 defeating Claudiu Pop on points in Civitavecchia, Lazio. Emiliano worked his way up to a world title shot against Dejan Zlatičanin but had to pull out due to illness.[1] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 37 fights 36 wins 0 losses By knockout 14 0 By decision 21 0 By disqualification 1 0 Draws 1 Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes Win 36–0–1 Victor Betancourt TD 7 (12) 2018-02-23 Palasport Viale Tiziano, Roma Win 35–0–1 Zoltan Szabo UD 8 (8) 2017-06-11 Teatro Principe, Milan Win 34–0–1 Aristides Pérez UD 12 (12) 2016-12-10 PalaGeorge, Montichiari Won vacant WBA Inter-Continental lightweight title Win 33–0–1 Yordan Vasilev P

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Mohamed Mimoune

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Mohamed Mimoune

Mohamed Mimoune (born 21 September 1987) is a French professional boxer who held the IBO super-lightweight title in 2018. At regional level, he held the European and European Union welterweight titles between 2016 and 2017. Professional career On 11 April 2015, Mimoune faced undefeated Spanish boxer "Ferino V" Ceferino Rodriguez in Benidorm, Spain. Mimoune won the eight-round bout by unanimous decision.[1] On 16 January 2016, Mimoune defeated Kamal Mohamed to win the France welterweight title in Toulouse.[2] He won the bout by unanimous decision, avenging a prior loss to Kamal when the two fought in 2013 in Clermont-Ferrand.[3] On 10 March, the EBU ordered Mimoune and Spanish boxer Kerman Lejarraga the opportunity to face off for its European Union welterweight title vacated by Paulie Malignaggi.[4] However, on 9 April, Lejarraga's team withdrew from the title opportunity.[5] He was replaced by undefeated Spanish prospect "El Sultan" Nabil Krissi for an event scheduled for 6 May in Noisy-le-Grand, France,

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Sergio Martínez (boxer)

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Sergio Martínez (boxer)

Sergio Gabriel Martínez (born 21 February 1975) is an Argentine former professional boxer who competed from 1997 to 2014. He held the WBC super welterweight title from 2009 to 2010, and the unified WBC, WBO, Ring magazine and lineal middleweight titles between 2010 and 2014. With six successful defenses of the Ring and lineal middleweight titles, Martínez's 50-month reign as champion ranks as one of the longest in the history of that weight class.[1]He also held the IBO super welterweight title from 2003 to 2004. In 2011, Martínez reached a career high ranking as the world's third best active boxer, pound for pound, behind Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, as voted by most sporting news and boxing publications, including Sports Illustrated, ESPN, Yahoo! Sports, and The Ring.[2] In 2010 he received Fighter of the Year awards by both The Ring and the Boxing Writers Association of America, as well as The Ring's Knockout of the Year for his rematch victory against Paul Williams. The WBC named him their Bo

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Rick Thornberry

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Rick Thornberry

Rick Thornberry (born 17 February 1968) is an Australian former professional boxer who competed from 1985 to 2002. He held the IBO super middleweight title in 1995 and challenged twice for major world championships; the WBO super middleweight title in 1999 and the IBF super middleweight title in 2002. Career Thornberry made his debut in 1985 fighting just three times between 1985 and 1986. After seven years away from professional boxing Thornberry returned to the ring in 1993, initially suffering a defeat to Cruiserweight Colin Wilson but avenged it a few fights later. After a string of victories, including a victory over Marc Bargero for the Australian Super Middleweight Title, Thornberry fought Rod Carr for the minor IBO World Super Middleweight Title in Crown Casino, Melbourne. Thornberry won via an 8th-round technical knockout. In October 1996, Thornberry fought outside of Australia for the first time, challenging Henry Wharton for the Commonwealth (British Empire) Super Middleweight Title and suffere

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Karo Murat

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Karo Murat

Karen Muratyan (Armenian: Կարապետ Մուրադյան; born 2 September 1983), best known as Karo Murat (Armenian: Կարո Մուրատ), is an Armenian-German professional boxer who held the IBO light-heavyweight title in 2018. At regional level, he held the European super-middleweight title from 2008 to 2009 and the light-heavyweight version in 2017. Boxing career Early professional career Murat made his professional debut in Hessen, Germany on 23 September 2006 defeating Matus Sestak. Three more fights during his debut year resulted in three more wins including a victory in Austria on 18 November. A very busy 2007 saw Murat fight another eleven times again winning on each occasion and travelling to Russia, Spain, Austria and Switzerland and well as fighting a number of times in Germany. Of his victories during the year, of particular note were wins over Jermain MacKay on 18 August 2007 at the Max-Schmeling-Halle in Berlin and Emiliano Cayetano at the Seidensticker Halle in Bielefeld on 29 December 2007. Both fighters had b

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Shavkat Rakhimov

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Shavkat Rakhimov

Shavkatdzhon Shokirovich Rakhimov (born 14 August 1994) is a Tajikistani professional boxer who competes in the super featherweight division. He held the IBO super featherweight title from 2017 to 2019. Rakhimov is currently ranked #5 by the WBC and IBF.[1] Amateur career In 2013, Rakhimov won a gold medal at the Tajikistan National Championships in Dushanbe in June,[2] and went on to compete at the 2013 World Boxing Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan in October where he defeated Adilson Justino of Angola and Branimir Stankovic of Serbia but lost to Ermek Sakenov of Kyrgyzstan in the third round.[3] In 2014, Rakhimov won a gold medal at the Tajikistan National Championships in Khujand in May,[4] and went on to win a bronze medal at the 2014 World University Boxing Championships in Yakutsk, Russia in September.[5] In 2015, Rakhimov won a gold medal at the 2015 Tajikistan National Championship in Dushanbe in March.[6] Professional career Shavkat Rakhimov made his professional debut in 2015 at the age of

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Jarrett Hurd

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Jarrett Hurd

Jarrett Hurd (born August 31, 1990) is an American professional boxer. He is a former unified light middleweight world champion, having held the WBA (Super), IBF and IBO titles between 2017 and 2019. As of September 2019, Hurd is ranked as the world's second best active light middleweight by The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and fourth BoxRec. Amateur career Hurd was raised in the suburbs of Accokeek, Maryland and graduated from Gwynn Park High School. He wasn't a stand-out amateur, only compiling a 32-8 record in 40 amateur fights.[2] Professional career Early career Despite Hurd's lack of accolades as an amateur, Ross Molovinsky, head of Washington metropolitan area promotional outfit Keystone Boxing, tapped him as a potential prospect.[3] Hurd made his pro debut on September 2012. After winning his first 16 fights, Hurd made his TV debut on ShoBox: The New Generation against fellow unbeaten prospect Frank Galarza. Hurd started off slow, however after round 2, outclassed Gal

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Julian Williams (boxer)

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Julian Williams (boxer)

Julian "J-Rock" Williams (born April 5, 1990) is an American professional boxer. He held the WBA (Super), IBF, and IBO light middleweight titles from 2019 to January 2020. As of September 2019, Williams is ranked as the world’s best active light middleweight by The Ring magazine and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and third by BoxRec. Amateur career Williams started boxing at the age of 12. He had an amateur record of 77-10. He reached number five in the rankings at national level, although never won a national tournament.[1] Williams' trainer, Stephen Edwards, said that Williams' preparation as an amateur boxer was erratic, so began working on a more rigorous training regime as Williams turned pro.[2] Professional career Williams made his professional debut in May 2010, beating Antonio Chaves Fernandez technical knockout (TKO) in the first round. In April 2013, Williams became the second fighter to stop journeyman Dashon Johnson, improving his record to 12–0–1 with a third-round TKO. In his next

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Tyson Fury

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Tyson Fury

Tyson Luke Fury (born 12 August 1988) is a British professional boxer. In 2015, he won the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, The Ring magazine, and lineal heavyweight titles by defeating long-reigning world champion Wladimir Klitschko in Germany. The victory earned him Fighter of the Year and Upset of the Year awards by The Ring. As of December 2019, Fury is ranked as the world's best active heavyweight by The Ring, second by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, and fourth by BoxRec. As an amateur, Fury represented both England and Ireland, as he was born in Manchester to an Irish Traveller family and traced his family lineage to relatives in Belfast and Galway.[2] He won the ABA super-heavyweight title in 2008 before turning professional later that year at 20 years of age. After winning the English heavyweight title twice, he became the British and Commonwealth champion in 2011 by defeating the 14–0 Dereck Chisora. He then won the Irish and WBO Inter-Continental titles, before defeating Chisora again

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Andy Ruiz Jr.

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Andy Ruiz Jr.

Andrés Ponce "Andy" Ruiz Jr. (born September 11, 1989) is an American professional boxer of Mexican descent.[5][6][7] He is a former unified heavyweight champion, having defeated Anthony Joshua to win the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO titles in 2019, only to lose them in a rematch with Joshua six months later. In doing so, Ruiz became the first male boxer of Mexican heritage to become a world heavyweight champion. As of December 2019, Ruiz is ranked as the world's fourth best active heavyweight by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board, fifth by BoxRec[2] and sixth by The Ring magazine. Early years Ruiz was born in Imperial, California; his parents had emigrated from Mexico to the U.S.[3] His father is a former construction worker who started his own business flipping houses.[3] Ruiz had a passion for baseball before his father got him into boxing;[8] he has noted that his first fight was at age seven in San Diego.[9] Ruiz later worked for his father in construction for a time before deciding to become a

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Gennady Golovkin

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Gennady Golovkin

Gennadiy Gennadyevich Golovkin[2] (Cyrillic: Геннадий Геннадьевич Головкин; born 8 April 1982), often known by his nickname "GGG" or "Triple G", is a Kazakhstani professional boxer, and two time world middleweight champion. He has held the IBF and IBO middleweight titles since October 2019. He previously held the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF and IBO titles between 2011 and 2018 and was ranked as the #1 pound-for-pound boxer in the world from September 2017 to September 2018 by The Ring magazine. As of December 2019, he is ranked as the world's best active middleweight by BoxRec and second by The Ring and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB). He is also ranked as the world's third best active boxer, pound for pound, by BoxRec; sixth by the TBRB; and seventh by The Ring. Golovkin won the WBA interim middleweight title by defeating Milton Núñez in 2010. The WBA elevated him to Regular champion status in the same year. He won the IBO title the following year.In 2014, Golovkin was elevated to the status of WBA

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Chantelle Cameron

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Chantelle Cameron

Chantelle Cameron (born 14 May 1991)[4] is a British professional boxer. She held the IBO female lightweight title from 2017 to 2019.[1] As an amateur, she won a silver medal in the light-welterweight division at the 2010 EU Championships in Keszthely, Hungary,[6] and bronze in the lightweight division at the 2011 EU Championships in Katowice, Poland, losing to Katie Taylor in the semi-finals.[7] As of November 2019, she is ranked as the world's fourth-best active female light-welterweight by BoxRec.[8] Early life Chantelle Cameron was born on 14 May 1991, in Northampton, England.[4] She credits her love for combat sports to watching movies starring Jean-Claude van Damme and hit television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, stating; "I loved all those fighting films. Kickboxer would have to be my favourite van Damme film. The fighting in it is unreal. I loved Buffy because of the fight scenes and the fact she was a female role model."[9] Cameron's introduction to combat sports was through kickboxing at the age

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Hannah Rankin

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Hannah Rankin

Hannah Rankin (born 21 July 1990) is a Scottish professional boxer and bassoonist.[2] She held the IBO female super-welterweight title from June to November 2019,[3] challenged once for the WBA female super-middleweight title in 2018[4] and once for the WBA, WBC, and IBF middleweight titles against Claressa Shields in 2018.[5] Early life Hannah Rankin was born on 21 July 1990 and grew up on her family's Edentaggart farm in Luss, Scotland.[6] As a child, she attended Hermitage Academy in Helensburgh, Scotland,[7] and gained an interest in contact sports at aged 9 after enrolling in teakwondo classes with her younger sister.[8] Aside from sports she also had an interest in music, learning to play the flute at school and eventually switching to the bassoon. As an accomplished bassoonist, she attended the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow, and later the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she earned a master's degree in 2016.[9] She continues her musical career alongside boxing, teaching music to c

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Terri Harper

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Terri Harper

Terri Harper (born 2 November 1996) is a British professional boxer who has held the IBO female super-featherweight title since 2019 and the WBC female super-featherweight title since February 2020. She is the second British female boxer in history to hold a major world title. As of February 2020, she is ranked as the world's fifth best active female super-featherweight by BoxRec.[3] Early life Harper grew up in Yorkshire with her two brothers and sister. She got into boxing at the age of 12 after watching Jack Osbourne box on the TV show Adrenaline Junkie. After winning a silver medal as a junior at the 2012 European Championships, Harper stepped away from the sport to concentrate on her education.[4] Amateur career As an amateur Harper only competed 17 times, which saw her win three national titles and a silver medal at the European Youth and Junior Championships in Poland.[5][6][7] Professional career Harper made her professional debut on 25 November 2017 at the Doncaster Dome in Doncaster, scoring a

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Dominic Boesel

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Dominic Boesel

Dominic Boesel (German: Dominic Bösel, born 24 October 1989) is a German professional boxer who has held the IBO and WBA interim light heavyweight titles since November 2019. At regional level he held the European light heavyweight title from 2018 to November 2019.[1] Professional career Boesel made his professional debut on 20 November 2010, scoring a first round technical knockout (TKO) victory over Patrick Baumann at the Freiberger Arena in Dresden, Germany.[2] After compiling a record of 26–1 (10 KO), he challenged Serhiy Demchenko on 3 March 2018 for the vacant European light heavyweight title at Stadthalle in Weissenfels, winning the title by unanimous decision. Two judges scored the bout 116–112 and the third scored it 118–110.[3] On 16 November 2019 he challenged IBO light heavyweight champion Sven Fornling at the Halle Messe Arena in Halle, Germany, with the vacant WBA interim title also on the line. Boesel won the fight via eleventh round TKO.[4] Professional boxing record Professional record

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Patricia Berghult

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Patricia Berghult

Patricia Berghult Svensson (born 2 May 1994), better known as Patricia Berghult, is a Swedish professional boxer who has held the IBO and WBC interim female super-welterweight titles since November 2019.[2] Professional career Berghult made her professional debut on 18 December 2015, scoring a four round unanimous decision victory over Sara Marjanovic at the Rosvalla Arena in Nyköping, Sweden.[3] After compiling a record of 13–0 (3 KO), Berghult challenged IBO super-welterweight champion Hannah Rankin on 27 November 2019 at the Hotel Intercontinental in St. Julian's, Malta,[4] with the vacant WBC interim title also on the line. In a fight that saw Rankin suffer a knockdown from a left hook in the first-round, Berghult won via unanimous decision over ten rounds, with the judges scoring the bout 96–93, 95–94 and 94–93.[5] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 14 fights 14 wins 0 losses By knockout 3 0 By decision 11 0 No. Result Record Opponent Type Rou

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Jeison Rosario

Jeison Manuel Rosario Bastardo (born 7 April 1995) is a Dominican professional boxer who has held the unified WBA (Super), IBF, and IBO light middleweight titles since January 2020. Professional career Rosario compiled a record of 19–1–1 before facing and defeating Julian Williams to win the WBA (Super), IBF, and IBO light middleweight titles.[1] Professional boxing record Professional record summary 22 fights 20 wins 1 loss By knockout 14 1 By decision 4 0 By disqualification 2 0 Draws 1 No. Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes 22 Win 20–1–1 Julian Williams TKO 5 (12) 18 Jan 2020 Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US Won WBA (Super), IBF, and IBO light middleweight titles 21 Win 19–1–1 Jorge Cota SD 10 20 Apr 2019 Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, California, US 20 Win 18–1–1 Mark Anthony Hernandez TKO 9 (10) 23 Feb 2019 Minneapolis Armory, Minneapolis, Minnesota, US 19 Win 17–1–

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