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Amir Mansour boxer

Amir Mansour image
Status active
Age 46
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 1″/185cm
Reach 74″/188cm
Debut 1997-07-12
Born 1972-07-25
Nationality USA
Residence Wilmington, Delaware, USA
bouts
28
won
23
lost
3
draw
1
bouts
28
won
23
lost
3
draw
1
Status active
Age 46
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 1″/185cm
Reach 74″/188cm
Debut 1997-07-12
Born 1972-07-25
Nationality USA
Residence Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Mansour made his debut at the age of 24 against another debutant Clifton Graham at the Cedar Beach Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on July 12, 1997. Mansour knocked out Graham in round 1. Two months later, Mansour knocked out Malik Muhammad in two rounds. Mansour went undefeated in his next seven fights, with a record of 9 wins with 6 coming inside the distance. At that time, Mansour was 28 years old.At the age of 38, in his first fight since 2001, Mansour returned to the boxing ring to defeat 36-year-old Samuel Brown by knockout. Mansour stayed undefeated in his next four fights, winning them all by knockout. In May 2011, Mansour claimed the vacant World Boxing Foundation Intercontinental heavyweight title, knocking out Kenyan boxer Raymond Ochieng 1 minute and 45 seconds into the first round. This was his quickest victory recorded to date.

Mansour made his debut at the age of 24 against another debutant Clifton Graham at the Cedar Beach Park in Allentown, Pennsylvania, on July 12, 1997. Mansour knocked out Graham in round 1. Two months later, Mansour knocked out Malik Muhammad in two rounds. Mansour went undefeated in his next seven fights, with a record of 9 wins with 6 coming inside the distance. At that time, Mansour was 28 years old.At the age of 38, in his first fight since 2001, Mansour returned to the boxing ring to defeat 36-year-old Samuel Brown by knockout. Mansour stayed undefeated in his next four fights, winning them all by knockout. In May 2011, Mansour claimed the vacant World Boxing Foundation Intercontinental heavyweight title, knocking out Kenyan boxer Raymond Ochieng 1 minute and 45 seconds into the first round. This was his quickest victory recorded to date.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
March 9, 2019 Efe Ajagba WWWWWW Dignity Health Sports Park , Carson
Sept. 8, 2018 Filip Hrgovic WWWWW Arena Zagreb, Zagreb LOSS
KO
Nov. 27, 2017 Sergey Kuzmin WWWWWW Luzhniki, Moscow
NC
March 17, 2017 Travis Kauffman WWWWW Santander Arena, Reading vacant USA Pennsylvania State Heavyweight

vacant World Boxing Council United States (USNBC) Heavyweight

WIN
Majority decision
Jan. 23, 2016 Dominic Breazeale WWWWWW Staples Center, Los Angeles LOSS
Corner retirement
Oct. 13, 2015 Gerald Washington WWWWWW Little Creek Casino Resort, Shelton DRAW
Split-decision
May 8, 2015 Joey Dawejko WWWWWW 2300 Arena, Philadelphia vacant USA Pennsylvania State Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 8, 2014 Fred Kassi WWLWWW Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem WIN
KO
April 4, 2014 Steve Cunningham LLWLLW Liacouras Center, Philadelphia LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 14, 2013 Kelvin Price WWWWLW Resorts International, Atlantic City WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 23, 2013 Maurice Harris WLWLLW Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
Unanimous decision
April 12, 2013 Jason Gavern WLLLLL Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 25, 2013 Dominique Alexander WLWLWL Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
KO
Dec. 2, 2011 Epifanio Mendoza WLLLWW Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 19, 2011 Dominick Guinn WWWWWL Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover vacant International Boxing Federation North American Heavyweight

interim World Boxing Organisation NABO Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
May 27, 2011 Raymond Ochieng WLWLWL Dover Downs Hotel and Casino, Dover vacant World Boxing Foundation Intercontinental Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
April 2, 2011 Hector Ferreyro WLWDWL Bally's Atlantic City, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 25, 2011 Alexis Mejias LLLLWL Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
KO
Dec. 3, 2010 Joseph Rabotte LWDLLW Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
KO
Aug. 27, 2010 Samuel Brown LDDLLL Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover WIN
KO
June 1, 2001 Fabian Garcia WLLLLL Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 9, 2000 Jerry Arentzen LLLLL Days Inn, Allentown WIN
Technical knockout
July 13, 1999 Byron Jones LWLLLL Big Kahuna Nightclub, Wilmington WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 25, 1998 Ed Irving LLLLW Shuler Gymnasium, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
July 14, 1998 Kevin Brister WWLLLL Big Kahuna Nightclub, Wilmington WIN
KO
June 12, 1998 Sinclair Babb WLWLLL Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville WIN
Points
Nov. 14, 1997 Kevin Lewis Blue Horizon, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 12, 1997 Malik Muhammad LLLLLL Blue Horizon, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
July 12, 1997 Clifton Graham Cedar Beach Park, Allentown WIN
KO