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Eddie Ndukwu boxer

Eddie Ndukwu image
Status inactive
Division featherweight
Debut 1976-03-13
Born 1950-06-01
Nationality Nigeria
bouts
16
won
14
lost
2
draw
0
bouts
16
won
14
lost
2
draw
0
Status inactive
Division featherweight
Debut 1976-03-13
Born 1950-06-01
Nationality Nigeria

Eddie Ndukwu (born 1 June 1950) is a Nigerian amateur and professional bantam/super bantam/featherweight boxer of the 1960s, '70s and '80s who as an amateur won the gold medal at bantamweight in the Boxing at the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Kingston, Jamaica, won the silver medal at featherweight at the 1973 All-Africa Games, won the featherweight class at the 1974 British Commonwealth Games, and represented Nigeria in the 1974 World Amateur Boxing Championships losing to eventual gold medal winner Howard Davis, Jr. of the United States. As a professional, he won the Nigerian Featherweight title, and Commonwealth featherweight title, his professional fighting weight varied from 118 lb (54 kg; 8 st 6 lb), i.e. bantamweight to 124 3⁄4 lb (56.6 kg; 8 st 12.8 lb), i.e. featherweight.

Eddie Ndukwu (born 1 June 1950) is a Nigerian amateur and professional bantam/super bantam/featherweight boxer of the 1960s, '70s and '80s who as an amateur won the gold medal at bantamweight in the Boxing at the 1966 British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Kingston, Jamaica, won the silver medal at featherweight at the 1973 All-Africa Games, won the featherweight class at the 1974 British Commonwealth Games, and represented Nigeria in the 1974 World Amateur Boxing Championships losing to eventual gold medal winner Howard Davis, Jr. of the United States. As a professional, he won the Nigerian Featherweight title, and Commonwealth featherweight title, his professional fighting weight varied from 118 lb (54 kg; 8 st 6 lb), i.e. bantamweight to 124 3⁄4 lb (56.6 kg; 8 st 12.8 lb), i.e. featherweight.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Aug. 1, 1980 Pat Ford WWWWWW National Stadium Sports Hall, Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
April 27, 1980 Wilfredo Gomez WWWWWW Hiram Bithorn Stadium, San Juan LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 8, 1980 Abdul Rahman LW National Stadium, Lagos WIN
Points
Sept. 28, 1979 Henry Saddler WLLLW National Stadium, Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 8, 1979 Jean Houssou Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
March 3, 1979 Aziza Bossou WWWLD National Stadium, Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Points
Sept. 29, 1978 David Kotey WWWWLW National Stadium, Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Points
March 31, 1978 Henry Saddler WL Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Split-decision
Dec. 9, 1977 Alan Richardson WWWWLW National Stadium, Lagos Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
June 17, 1977 Alan Richardson LWWWWW National Stadium, Lagos vacant Commonwealth (British Empire) Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 28, 1977 Little Joe Lagos Nigerian Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 1, 1976 Slender Adeoye Lagos Nigerian Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 4, 1976 Young Adjei Lagos Nigerian Featherweight

WIN
KO
July 3, 1976 Isaac Ewefa Lagos Nigerian Featherweight

WIN
KO
April 23, 1976 Rayga Agbazon Lagos Nigerian Featherweight

WIN
KO
March 13, 1976 Jose Louis Okolo Emigu Nigerian Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout