Donovan Boucher boxer

Donovan Boucher boxer
bouts
40
won
33
lost
7
draw
0
Status
inactive
Division
welterweight
Debut
1985-08-15
Height
-
Reach
-
Age
-
Born
1961-08-08
Death
-
Nationality
Canada

Donovan Boucher (born August 8, 1961) is a Jamaican/Canadian professional welter/light middle/middle/super middleweight boxer of the 1980s, '90s and 2000s who won the Canada welterweight title, and Commonwealth welterweight title, and was a challenger for World Boxing Association (WBA) Inter-Continental welterweight title against Glenwood Brown, World Boxing Association (WBA) World welterweight title against Crisanto España, and Canada light middleweight title against Gareth Sutherland, his professional fighting weight varied from 144 lb (65 kg; 10 st 4 lb), i.e. welterweight to 161 lb (73 kg; 11 st 7 lb), i.e. super middleweight.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Result
2008-09-12 John McLean LLLLDL Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton WIN
Unanimous decision
2008-06-20 Gareth Sutherland WLLWWW Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton LOST
Split-decision
2008-04-01 Gareth Sutherland LWLLWW Royal York Hotel, Toronto LOST
Technical knockout
2007-11-22 Claudio Ortiz LLLLLL Chateau Lacombe Hotel, Edmonton WIN
Unanimous decision
2007-09-14 Martin Desjardins DLLWLL Tristar Gym, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
1996-02-10 Dezi Ford WWLWLL MGM Grand, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
1993-10-09 Crisanto Espana WWWWWW Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester LOST
Technical knockout
1993-05-07 Ariel Cruz LLLLLL Sands Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
1992-11-24 Eamonn Loughran WWWLWW Doncaster Dome, Doncaster LOST
Technical knockout
1992-03-17 Robert Wright WWWLWW Grosvenor House, Mayfair WIN
Technical knockout
1991-10-17 Stan Cunningham WDLLLL Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg WIN
Technical knockout
1991-06-04 Mickey Hughes WWWWWW York Hall, Bethnal Green WIN
Points
1991-04-16 Kirkland Laing LWWWLL Victoria Leisure Centre, Nottingham WIN
KO
1991-01-09 Brad Jeffries WWLLWL Metro Convention Centre, Toronto WIN
Technical knockout
1990-07-11 Marvin Ladson LLLLDL Superstars Nite Club, Kitchener WIN
KO
1990-05-31 John Battle DWWWLL Hollywood Princess Convention, Vaughan WIN
Technical knockout
1989-11-23 Gary Jacobs WWWWWL Civic Centre, Motherwell WIN
Points
1989-09-28 Glenwood Brown WWWWWW Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City LOST
Technical knockout
1989-06-20 Jason Watters LWDWLW Resorts International, Atlantic City LOST
Unanimous decision
1989-01-23 Paul Jones WWLLDW Cabbagetown Youth Centre, Toronto WIN
1988-09-27 Pat McWilliams DWWWWL Halifax Forum, Halifax WIN
Technical knockout
1988-08-11 Ali Salaam LWWLLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
1988-03-25 Shawn O'Sullivan WWWWWL Varsity Arena, Toronto WIN
KO
1987-11-19 Wayne Gordon WLWLWW Windsor Arena, Windsor WIN
Technical knockout
1987-07-07 Danny Winters WWWWWW Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax WIN
KO
1987-04-30 Arnie Wells WWWLWL Cobo Arena, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
1987-04-22 Jacques DeBlois LWLDLL Royal York Hotel, Toronto WIN
Technical knockout
1987-03-16 Robin Smith WW Harbour Castle Hilton Hotel, Toronto WIN
Technical knockout
1987-02-10 Denis Sigouin LWLLWL Paul Sauve Arena, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
1987-01-27 Ira Hathaway LLLLL Inn On The Park Hotel, Toronto WIN
Unanimous decision
1986-11-10 Chris Clarke WWWWLW Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax LOST
Unanimous decision
1986-09-30 Gerry Meekison WWWWWW Halifax Forum, Halifax WIN
Unanimous decision
1986-08-25 Cortez Treadwell WWWLLD Cabbagetown Youth Centre, Winchester WIN
Unanimous decision
1986-06-08 James Sudberry WWWWLW C.N.E. Coliseum, Toronto WIN
Majority decision
1986-03-27 Benoit Boudreau WWLLL Dartmouth Sportsplex, Dartmouth WIN
Unanimous decision
1986-02-10 Ray Greene LLLLLL Harbour Castle Hilton Hotel, Toronto WIN
KO
1985-12-19 Terry Francis WWWW Congress Center, Ottawa WIN
Unanimous decision
1985-11-16 John Shepherd WW Harrah's Hotel & Casino, Harrah's Convention Center, Reno WIN
Majority decision
1985-09-19 Marco Carella LWLW St. Lawrence Market, Toronto WIN
KO
1985-08-15 Zest Holmes LLLLLW Civic Arena, Sarnia WIN
Unanimous decision