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Darryl Tyson boxer

Darryl Tyson image
Status inactive
Division super lightweight
Height 5′ 7″/170cm
Debut 1982-09-03
Born 1960-10-17
Nationality USA
Residence Washington, District of Columbia, USA
bouts
65
won
50
lost
14
draw
1
bouts
65
won
50
lost
14
draw
1
Status inactive
Division super lightweight
Height 5′ 7″/170cm
Debut 1982-09-03
Born 1960-10-17
Nationality USA
Residence Washington, District of Columbia, USA

Tyson began boxing professionally in 1982 and has faced a number of tough opponents in his 20 years of boxing. On August 15, 1986, he lost by unanimous decision in his first world title shot to Jimmy Paul for the IBF lightweight title. On December 5, 1992, Tyson lost in his second world title shot by unanimous decision to Miguel Ángel González for the WBC lightweight title. In his next fight, Tyson fought former WBA lightweight champion Livingstone Bramble to a draw. Next Tyson lost to Rafael Ruelas. In his next fight Tyson beat Roger Mayweather. In 1995, Tyson lost to Freddie Pendleton by technical knockout in round ten. In 1996, he was knocked out in the second round by Oscar De La Hoya. He would lose his next three fights to Shea Neary, Diosbelys Hurtado, and Zab Judah. In 2000, Tyson defeated Emmanuel Clottey by split decision. Four years later, he lost to DeMarcus Corley.

Tyson began boxing professionally in 1982 and has faced a number of tough opponents in his 20 years of boxing. On August 15, 1986, he lost by unanimous decision in his first world title shot to Jimmy Paul for the IBF lightweight title. On December 5, 1992, Tyson lost in his second world title shot by unanimous decision to Miguel Ángel González for the WBC lightweight title. In his next fight, Tyson fought former WBA lightweight champion Livingstone Bramble to a draw. Next Tyson lost to Rafael Ruelas. In his next fight Tyson beat Roger Mayweather. In 1995, Tyson lost to Freddie Pendleton by technical knockout in round ten. In 1996, he was knocked out in the second round by Oscar De La Hoya. He would lose his next three fights to Shea Neary, Diosbelys Hurtado, and Zab Judah. In 2000, Tyson defeated Emmanuel Clottey by split decision. Four years later, he lost to DeMarcus Corley.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Dec. 12, 2004 DeMarcus Corley WWWWLL Convention Center, Washington LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 21, 2003 Julio Aquino WWWWWW Adam’s Mark Hotel, Philadelphia LOSS
KO
March 8, 2003 Steve Valdez WLWWLL Lincoln Theatre, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
June 15, 2002 Alex Perez WLLLLL DC Tunnel, Washington WIN
Majority decision
July 3, 2000 Emmanuel Clottey WWWWLW Washington WIN
Split-decision
Oct. 15, 1998 Zab Judah WWWWW Washington Hilton & Towers, Washington LOSS
Technical knockout
Sept. 4, 1998 Diosbelys Hurtado WWWWWW Miccosukee Indian Gaming Resort, Miami LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 26, 1996 Shea Neary WWWWWW Everton Park Sports Centre, Liverpool vacant World Boxing Union (1995-2004) Super Lightweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Feb. 9, 1996 Oscar De La Hoya WWWWWW Caesars Palace, Sports Pavilion, Las Vegas LOSS
KO
Nov. 21, 1995 David Taylor LLLLLL Convention Center, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 11, 1995 Anthony Suggs WLWWWW International Ballroom, Washington WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 16, 1995 Fred Ladd WWWWWW Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas LOSS
Majority decision
April 29, 1995 Freddie Pendleton WLLLWW US Air Arena, Landover USBA Super Lightweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
March 17, 1995 Joey Negron LWLWLW Memorial Auditorium, Worcester USBA Super Lightweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 22, 1994 Fernando Ramos LLLLLL Convention Center, Washington USBA Super Lightweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 20, 1994 Reggie Green WWWWWW Washington vacant NABF Super Lightweight

USBA Super Lightweight

WIN
Split-decision
Aug. 18, 1994 Genaro Andujar WWLWLL Convention Center, Washington vacant NABF Super Lightweight

USBA Super Lightweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 27, 1993 Roger Mayweather WLWWLW Ballys Park Place Hotel Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Split-decision
July 17, 1993 Rafael Ruelas WWWWWW Caesars Palace, Las Vegas LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 2, 1993 Livingstone Bramble WWWLLL Convention Center, Washington DRAW
Points
Dec. 5, 1992 Miguel Angel Gonzalez WWWWWW El Toreo de Cuatro Caminos, Mexico City World Boxing Council World Lightweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 4, 1992 Roberto Medina LWLLWL Resorts International, Atlantic City WIN
Corner retirement
Feb. 28, 1992 Eduardo Jaquez LWDWWL Charleston WIN
Points
Jan. 11, 1992 Leobardo Mancillas LLLLLL Convention Center, Washington WIN
KO
Dec. 5, 1991 Tomas Quinones LLLLL Greenville Memorial Auditorium, Greenville WIN
KO
Aug. 16, 1991 Lupe Suarez WWWLWD Charleston WIN
Unanimous decision
July 24, 1991 Alfredo Rojas WLLWLL Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
March 30, 1991 Fred Adams WWLLWW Convention Center, Washington WIN
KO
Jan. 11, 1991 Julio Guerrero LLWLLL Washington WIN
Technical knockout
July 24, 1990 Jaime Balboa LWLWLL Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio vacant NABF Lightweight

WIN
Split-decision
March 22, 1990 Idelmar Jose Paisan WLLLWL Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 12, 1990 Luis Andino WWDLL Hofstra University, Hempstead WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 28, 1989 Richie Otero WWWWLL Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
June 23, 1989 Steve Larrimore WWLWWW Showboat Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 7, 1989 Stanley Longstreet WWWWWW Trump Castle, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 17, 1988 Filiberto Rosas LLWLLL Dallas Convention Center, Dallas WIN
Technical knockout
March 25, 1988 Terrence Alli WWWLWW Harrah's Marina Hotel Casino, Atlantic City LOSS
Split-decision
Oct. 25, 1987 Felipe Julio LWWDLL Community Center, Tucson WIN
Technical knockout
June 14, 1987 Chil-Sung Jun WWWWWW Hawaii Hotel, Bugok LOSS
Points
Aug. 15, 1986 Jimmy Paul WWWWWW Cobo Arena, Detroit International Boxing Federation World Lightweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 1, 1986 Freddie Roach LWWWLL Convention Center, Washington World Boxing Council Continental Americas Lightweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 14, 1986 Sam Johnson WWWWLW Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 3, 1985 Nick Parker LWLWLL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City World Boxing Council Continental Americas Lightweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 6, 1985 Melvin Paul LLWWWL Convention Center, Washington vacant World Boxing Council Continental Americas Lightweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
May 11, 1985 James Martinez LWLLWW Starplex Armory, Washington vacant World Boxing Council Continental Americas Lightweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
April 2, 1985 Gerardo Venzor LLLLLL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
March 9, 1985 David Brown WLWLLL Convention Center, Washington WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 27, 1984 Victor Acosta WWLWLL Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
KO
Sept. 18, 1984 David Brown WWWLWL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Points
Aug. 7, 1984 Dwayne Prim WLLWLL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
June 2, 1984 Dave Odem WLWWWW DC Armory, Washington WIN
KO
April 24, 1984 Anthony English WWWWLW Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 14, 1984 Carlos Santana LWWWWL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Points
Nov. 22, 1983 Jorge Morales LLLLLL Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 11, 1983 Jimmy Paul WWWWWW Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Split-decision
Aug. 18, 1983 Jose Gonzalez DLLLWL Civic Center, Baltimore WIN
Split-decision
Aug. 10, 1983 Vinnie Costello WWWWWW Westchester County Center, White Plains WIN
Unanimous decision
May 5, 1983 Tony Stern LLLLDW Civic Center, Baltimore WIN
Unanimous decision
April 8, 1983 Mike Monette WWL Steelworkers Hall, Baltimore WIN
Technical knockout
March 19, 1983 David Grayton WWLWWW Prince George's Community College, Largo LOSS
Split-decision
Jan. 22, 1983 Richard Gainey LLL Backus Jr High School, Washington WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 18, 1982 David Hamilton Backus Jr High School, Washington WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 26, 1982 Eddie Carberry Hyatt Regency, Crystal City WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 15, 1982 John Sawyer Washington WIN
KO
Sept. 3, 1982 Wayne Anderson W Washington WIN
Technical knockout