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David Defiagbon boxer

David Defiagbon image
Status inactive
Age 48
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 5″/196cm
Reach 82″/208cm
Debut 1996-10-19
Born 1970-06-12
Death 2018-11-24
Nationality Nigeria
Residence Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
bouts
23
won
21
lost
2
draw
0
bouts
23
won
21
lost
2
draw
0
Status inactive
Age 48
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 5″/196cm
Reach 82″/208cm
Debut 1996-10-19
Born 1970-06-12
Death 2018-11-24
Nationality Nigeria
Residence Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Born in Sapele, Nigeria, Defiagbon won gold in the welterweight (– 67 kg) division at the 1990 Commonwealth Games. As a light-middleweight, he won a bronze medal in the 1991 All-Africa Games in Cairo. In 1992 in Barcelona at the Summer Olympics he represented Nigeria and was eliminated in the first round of the light middleweight division (7 to 8 against Raúl Márquez).Defiagbon went on to fight for Canada for whom he won the heavyweight silver medal (limit 201 lbs) at the 1996 Summer Olympics beating Nate Jones, losing to Félix Savón.

Born in Sapele, Nigeria, Defiagbon won gold in the welterweight (– 67 kg) division at the 1990 Commonwealth Games. As a light-middleweight, he won a bronze medal in the 1991 All-Africa Games in Cairo. In 1992 in Barcelona at the Summer Olympics he represented Nigeria and was eliminated in the first round of the light middleweight division (7 to 8 against Raúl Márquez).Defiagbon went on to fight for Canada for whom he won the heavyweight silver medal (limit 201 lbs) at the 1996 Summer Olympics beating Nate Jones, losing to Félix Savón.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Jan. 15, 2005 Juan Carlos Gomez WWWWWL Bordelandhalle, Magdeburg LOSS
Technical knockout
July 23, 2004 Oleg Maskaev WWWWWW Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City LOSS
Split-decision
June 12, 2004 Ron Guerrero DWLLLL Cedarbridge Academy, Devonshire vacant World Boxing Association Fedecentro Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
March 13, 2004 Ken Murphy LWDLLL Promo West Pavilion, Columbus WIN
Unanimous decision
April 26, 2003 Joe Lenart LDWLLW Stratosphere Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 29, 2002 Ramon Hayes LLLLWL Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 16, 2002 Gary Winmon WWWLLL Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 28, 2001 Reynaldo Minus WWLLWL Caesars Palace, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
July 6, 2001 Harold Sconiers DDWLLL Hilton Hotel, Reno WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 4, 2000 Louis Monaco LWWWWL Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort, Canyonville WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 24, 2000 Agustin Corpus LLLWLL Coeur d'Alene Casino, Worley WIN
Unanimous decision
May 5, 2000 Tim Pollard LWDWLL Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
July 1, 1999 James Jones WWWWW Grand Casino, Tunica WIN
Unanimous decision
May 6, 1999 John Kiser WWWLLL Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma WIN
Unanimous decision
March 20, 1999 Terry Verners LLLLWL Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 18, 1999 Wesley Martin DWWLDL Bossier City WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 6, 1998 Ritchie Goosehead LWLWLL Slave Lake WIN
KO
June 27, 1998 Anthony Moore LLWLWL PNE Agrodome, Vancouver WIN
Technical knockout
May 8, 1998 Dean Storey LWWLLL Red Deer WIN
KO
Feb. 13, 1998 Don Laliberte LWLLWL Edmonton WIN
KO
Jan. 23, 1998 Dwight Staten L Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
March 4, 1997 Alonzo Hollis DWWLLL Airport Hilton Hotel, Toronto WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 19, 1996 Bill Dorsch L Halifax WIN
Technical knockout