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I thought this could be a intersting thread. Post known boxers amature records.
cheers guys :D
 

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Mayweather-- 84-6
De La Hoya-- 223-5 (163 KOs)
Kessler-- 44-3
Calzaghe-- 'some 100 amateur wins' so he says.

These are the ones iv come across before, i wouldnt read too much into them though because these sort of things can easily be exaggerated.
 

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Felix Savon (358-17)
Teofilo Stevenson (302-20)
Laszlo Papp (301-12-6)
Terry Norris (291-4)
Virgil Hill (250-11)
Mike McCallum (240-10)
Kennedy McKinney (214-13)
Pernell Whitaker (201-14)
John Mugabi (195-5)
Vitali Klitschko (195-15)
Leon Spinks (181-9)
Sugar Ray Leonard (165-5)
Danny Romero (127-5)
Wilfredo Benitez (123-6)
Harry Arroyo (120-15)
Nino Benvenuti (119-1)
Jose Napoles (113-1)
Mark Breland (110-1)
Kid Chocolate (100-0)
Muhammad Ali (100-5)
Vinny Pazienza (100-12)
Meldrick Taylor (99-4)
Michael Carbajal (94-9)
Michael Spinks (93-7)
Tony Zale (87-8)
Sugar Ray Robinson (85-0)
Carlos Monzon (79-7)
Hector Camacho (75-4)
Maurice Blocker (73-3)
Roger Mayweather (64-4)
Simon Brown (63-2)
Willie Pep (62-3)
Yoko Gushiken (62-3)
Naseem Hamed (62-5)
Ingemar Johansson (61-10)
Alexis Arguello (58-2)
Wilfredo Gomez (58-2-1)
Henry Armstrong (58-4)
Marvin Hagler (55-1)
Felix Trinidad (51-6)
Joe Louis (50-4)
Azumah Nelson (50-2)
Michael Moorer (48-16)
Ray Mancini (43-7)
Ezzard Charles (42-0)
Nigel Benn (41-1)
Floyd Patterson (40-4)
Ricardo Lopez (37-1)
Benny Lynch (35-2)
Carlos Zarate (33-0)
Iran Barkley (30-4)
Edwin Rosario (30-2)
Vito Antuofermo (29-1)
Bobby Czyz (24-2)
Chiquita Gonzalez (23-0)
Jesse James Leija (23-5)
Chris Eubank (19-7)
Rocky Marciano (9-4)
Diego Corrales (105-12)

Some current champions and contenders:

Oscar De La Hoya (223-5)
Jeff Lacy (209-12)
Evander Holyfield (160-14)
Wladimir Klitschko (134-6)
Zab Judah (110-5)
Erik Morales (108-6)
Acelino Freitas (74-2)
Rosendo Alavarez (66-12)
Kassim Ouma (60-3)
Marco Antonio Barrera (56-4)
Ike Quartey (50-4)
Vivian Harris (45-5)
Juan Manuel Marquez (44-2)
Manuel Medina (40-6)
Jorge Arce (37-3)
Montell Griffin (36-5)
Antonio Margarito (21-3)
James Toney (20-2)
Jean-Marc Mormeck (13-2)
Nikolai Valuev (12-3)
 

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Olympic Gold medalists who also won world titles:

Muhammad Ali
Nino Benvenuti
Mark Breland
Joel Casamayor
Oscar De La Hoya
Jackie Fields
Chris Finnegan
George Foreman
Joe Frazier
Frankie Genaro
Vassiliy Jirov
Slobodan Kacar
Wladimir Klitschko
Fidel LaBarba
Sugar Ray Leonard
Lennox Lewis
Henry Maske
Andrew Maynard
Kennedy McKinney
Ray Mercer
Patrizio Oliva
Giovanni Parisi
Mate Parlov
Floyd Patterson
Pascual Perez
Leo Randolph
David Reid
Sugar Ray Seales
Leon Spinks
Michael Spinks
Maurizio Stecca
Frank Tate
Meldrick Taylor
Pernell Whitaker
 

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WelshDevilRob said:
Felix Savon (358-17)
Teofilo Stevenson (302-20)
Laszlo Papp (301-12-6)
Terry Norris (291-4)
Virgil Hill (250-11)
Mike McCallum (240-10)
Kennedy McKinney (214-13)
Pernell Whitaker (201-14)
John Mugabi (195-5)
Vitali Klitschko (195-15)
Leon Spinks (181-9)
Sugar Ray Leonard (165-5)
Danny Romero (127-5)
Wilfredo Benitez (123-6)
Harry Arroyo (120-15)
Nino Benvenuti (119-1)
Jose Napoles (113-1)
Mark Breland (110-1)
Kid Chocolate (100-0)
Muhammad Ali (100-5)
Vinny Pazienza (100-12)
Meldrick Taylor (99-4)
Michael Carbajal (94-9)
Michael Spinks (93-7)
Tony Zale (87-8)
Sugar Ray Robinson (85-0)
Carlos Monzon (79-7)
Hector Camacho (75-4)
Maurice Blocker (73-3)
Roger Mayweather (64-4)
Simon Brown (63-2)
Willie Pep (62-3)
Yoko Gushiken (62-3)
Naseem Hamed (62-5)
Ingemar Johansson (61-10)
Alexis Arguello (58-2)
Wilfredo Gomez (58-2-1)
Henry Armstrong (58-4)
Marvin Hagler (55-1)
Felix Trinidad (51-6)
Joe Louis (50-4)
Azumah Nelson (50-2)
Michael Moorer (48-16)
Ray Mancini (43-7)
Ezzard Charles (42-0)
Nigel Benn (41-1)
Floyd Patterson (40-4)
Ricardo Lopez (37-1)
Benny Lynch (35-2)
Carlos Zarate (33-0)
Iran Barkley (30-4)
Edwin Rosario (30-2)
Vito Antuofermo (29-1)
Bobby Czyz (24-2)
Chiquita Gonzalez (23-0)
Jesse James Leija (23-5)
Chris Eubank (19-7)
Rocky Marciano (9-4)
Diego Corrales (105-12)

Some current champions and contenders:

Oscar De La Hoya (223-5)
Jeff Lacy (209-12)
Evander Holyfield (160-14)
Wladimir Klitschko (134-6)
Zab Judah (110-5)
Erik Morales (108-6)
Acelino Freitas (74-2)
Rosendo Alavarez (66-12)
Kassim Ouma (60-3)
Marco Antonio Barrera (56-4)
Ike Quartey (50-4)
Vivian Harris (45-5)
Juan Manuel Marquez (44-2)
Manuel Medina (40-6)
Jorge Arce (37-3)
Montell Griffin (36-5)
Antonio Margarito (21-3)
James Toney (20-2)
Jean-Marc Mormeck (13-2)
Nikolai Valuev (12-3)
I am very surprised how good Jeff Lacy's amateur record is:confused:
 

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Larry Holmes 19-3. Ali had 112 amerature fights, don't know his record though. Rocky Marciano was 9-4, but 2 of those were controversial decisions, and he was DQ'd in his first fight because he kneed the person in the stomach.:laugh:
 

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bill1234 said:
Larry Holmes 19-3. Ali had 112 amerature fights, don't know his record though. Rocky Marciano was 9-4, but 2 of those were controversial decisions, and he was DQ'd in his first fight because he kneed the person in the stomach.:laugh:
Tipical marciano lol but what a fighter. Sometimes a little dirty but ay who isnt :laugh:
 

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tyson said:
Tipical marciano lol but what a fighter. Sometimes a little dirty but ay who isnt :laugh:
LOL he honestly didn't know you weren't allowd to knee someone. He was a street fighter, and jumped into the ring because no one could beat him up on the streets.
 

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LOL he honestly didn't know you weren't allowd to knee someone. He was a street fighter, and jumped into the ring because no one could beat him up on the streets.
:laugh: well maybe the ref should have gave him a chance ;) lmao cant recall tyson even kneeing someone :laugh:
 

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tyson said:
:laugh: well maybe the ref should have gave him a chance ;) lmao cant recall tyson even kneeing someone :laugh:

LOL thats because he had training before his fights and knew the rules. But I do recall Tyson biting someone.:cheeky4:
 

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bill1234 said:
Larry Holmes 19-3. Ali had 112 amerature fights, don't know his record though. Rocky Marciano was 9-4, but 2 of those were controversial decisions, and he was DQ'd in his first fight because he kneed the person in the stomach.:laugh:
Hi Bill,
According to Wikpedia "Ali's record was 100 wins, with five losses, when he ended his amateur career."

As regard to Marciano they seem to think it was 11-3 and he had a pro fight in between. (which I was aware of)

"While awaiting discharge, Marciano, representing the army, won the 1946 amateur armed forces boxing tournament. His amateur career was interrupted on March 17, 1947, when Marciano stepped into the ring as a professional competitor. That night he beat Lee Epperson by a knockout in three rounds. In an unusual move, however, Marciano returned to the amateur ranks and fought in the Golden Gloves All-East Championship Tournament in March 1948. However, he was beaten by Coley Wallace during the tournament. He continued to fight as an amateur throughout that spring and competed in the AAU Olympic tryouts in the Boston Garden. There he knocked out George McGinnis, but hurt his hands during the bout and was forced to withdraw from the tournament. The McGinnis fight was his last amateur bout.[2] His amateur years, with an 11-3 record, would be the last time Marciano experienced a loss."
 

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bill1234 said:
LOL thats because he had training before his fights and knew the rules. But I do recall Tyson biting someone.:cheeky4:
:laugh: good point although that was a 1 off :cheeky4: lol
 

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WelshDevilRob said:
Hi Bill,
According to Wikpedia "Ali's record was 100 wins, with five losses, when he ended his amateur career."
Wilipedia is wrong. Ali said that he had 112 amerature fights, and Ive read that in a few books. Someone probably went into wikipedia and put in the wrong stuff, thats the only problem with it.
 
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