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Egerton Marcus boxer

Egerton Marcus image
Status inactive
Division light heavyweight
Debut 1989-04-14
Born 1965-02-02
Nationality Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada
bouts
22
won
17
lost
4
draw
1
bouts
22
won
17
lost
4
draw
1
Status inactive
Division light heavyweight
Debut 1989-04-14
Born 1965-02-02
Nationality Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Egerton is the third child of five. He has two older brothers (Neville and Christopher D. Amos) and two younger sisters (Sharon and Felicia). Born in Guyana, he came to Canada in 1973 and was raised in Toronto, Ontario. He is the nephew of Charles Amos who fought for Guyana in the 1968 Summer Olympics and first cousin of Troy Amos-Ross who competed in the light heavyweight division at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia and 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.Won the Middleweight Silver Medal representing Canada at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. His results were:

Egerton is the third child of five. He has two older brothers (Neville and Christopher D. Amos) and two younger sisters (Sharon and Felicia). Born in Guyana, he came to Canada in 1973 and was raised in Toronto, Ontario. He is the nephew of Charles Amos who fought for Guyana in the 1968 Summer Olympics and first cousin of Troy Amos-Ross who competed in the light heavyweight division at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia and 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia.Won the Middleweight Silver Medal representing Canada at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. His results were:

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
July 21, 2007 Carl Gathright WWLLL River Rock Casino, Richmond WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 12, 2001 Donovan Ruddock WWWWWW Civic Center, Niagara Falls LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 22, 2001 Troy Roberts WLLLLL Edmonton WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 22, 1999 Tim Ray WWWLL Joe Louis Arena, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 13, 1998 Lyle McDowell WWLLWW Edmonton International Boxing Organization Inter-Continental Heavyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
March 11, 1997 Brian LaSpada WWLWDL Club Rio, Phoenix World Boxing Organisation NABO Cruiserweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
July 18, 1995 John McClain LWLWLW IMA Sports Arena, Flint World Boxing Council Continental Americas Cruiserweight

DRAW
Points
Feb. 11, 1995 Henry Maske WWWWWW Festhalle, Frankfurt International Boxing Federation World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
July 23, 1994 Guy Stanford WWLLLL Civic Center, Bismarck International Boxing Federation World Light Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
April 19, 1994 Earl Butler WWWLWW Caesars Palace, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 12, 1993 Willie Edwards LWLWWW Virginia Beach NABF Light Heavyweight

WIN
KO
May 22, 1993 Andrew Maynard LWLWLW RFK Stadium, Washington NABF Light Heavyweight

WIN
Corner retirement
Dec. 1, 1992 Art Bayliss LWLWWL Pavilion Convention Center, Virginia Beach vacant NABF Light Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 22, 1992 John Burney WLLWLL Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez, Bayamon vacant NABF Light Heavyweight

WIN
KO
July 18, 1992 Mike Garcia WLWWLL Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 23, 1991 Pat Alley WWLWWW The Omni, Atlanta WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 5, 1991 Randy Leaks WWLLLW Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 30, 1991 David Martin WWWW Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi WIN
Points
July 27, 1991 James Powell Scope Arena, Norfolk WIN
KO
July 15, 1989 Jay Morgan LLLL Caesars Tahoe, Outdoor Arena, Stateline WIN
KO
April 30, 1989 Anthony Jones L Scope Arena, Norfolk WIN
KO
April 14, 1989 Leroy Moore L Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout