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Eric Cole boxer

Eric Cole image
Status inactive
Division middleweight
Debut 1987-08-25
Born 1963-02-26
Nationality USA
Residence Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
bouts
31
won
4
lost
26
draw
1
bouts
31
won
4
lost
26
draw
1
Status inactive
Division middleweight
Debut 1987-08-25
Born 1963-02-26
Nationality USA
Residence Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Major-General Eric Stuart Cole, CB, CBE (10 February 1906 – 19 December 1992) was a senior British Army officer and telecommunications expert. He saw active service in the Second World War, with his most important contribution being the planning of communications for the invasion of Normandy. He continued his army career after the war, ultimately holding the post of director of telecommunications at the War Office.

Major-General Eric Stuart Cole, CB, CBE (10 February 1906 – 19 December 1992) was a senior British Army officer and telecommunications expert. He saw active service in the Second World War, with his most important contribution being the planning of communications for the invasion of Normandy. He continued his army career after the war, ultimately holding the post of director of telecommunications at the War Office.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
March 21, 1997 Leroy Brooks WW Riverfront Sports Arena, Jacksonville LOSS
DQ
Jan. 10, 1997 Gerald Coleman WWLLWL Riverfront Sports Arena, Jacksonville LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 16, 1996 Dan Connolly WLWLWW Washington LOSS
Technical knockout
Nov. 18, 1995 Earl Jackson WLLWLL Aurora LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 18, 1995 David Levi WWWLLL Mark of the Quad Cities, Moline LOSS
Points
Dec. 20, 1994 Mike Jankovich WWWWWW Rosemont LOSS
Technical knockout
April 18, 1994 Fred Dillewaard LWW Sportpaleis Ahoy', Rotterdam LOSS
KO
March 11, 1994 Craig Snyder LWWWLW Sharon LOSS
KO
Sept. 18, 1993 Torsten May Philips Halle, Düsseldorf LOSS
KO
May 15, 1993 Jeff Johnson WWLWWW Civic Center, Bessemer LOSS
Points
May 14, 1993 Terry Whittaker LWLLLL Greenville LOSS
Points
April 16, 1993 Andrey Shkalikov WWWWWW Cyclorama Building, Boston LOSS
Points
Nov. 29, 1992 Curtis Peoples WLDWDW Convention Center, Washington LOSS
Technical knockout
Sept. 27, 1992 Hannu Haapasalmi W Seinajoki LOSS
Points
June 26, 1992 Buster Drayton LWLWLW Lombardo's, Randolph LOSS
Technical knockout
June 13, 1992 Han Kim LLLLLW Alexandria LOSS
KO
March 1, 1991 Edip Sekowitsch WWWWLL Wiener Neustadt LOSS
Technical knockout
Dec. 21, 1990 Lamar Parks WWWWWW Sands Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas LOSS
KO
July 28, 1990 William Guthrie WWWWWW Trump Castle, Atlantic City LOSS
Technical knockout
June 30, 1990 Glenn Thomas WWWWWW Trump Castle, Atlantic City LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 13, 1990 Doug Anderson WWL Holiday Inn Conference Center, Lansing DRAW
Points
Oct. 25, 1989 Viktor Egorov W Wembley Arena, Wembley LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 7, 1989 Doug Anderson W Civic Center, Lansing LOSS
Split-decision
March 29, 1989 Rod Douglas WWWWWW Grand Hall, Wembley LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 8, 1989 Johnny Melfah WWWWWL Royal Albert Hall, Kensington LOSS
Corner retirement
Jan. 14, 1989 Frankie Liles WW The Palace, Auburn Hills LOSS
Points
Nov. 11, 1988 Darrin Allen Front Row Theatre, Highland Heights LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 26, 1988 Clinton Longmire LLLLLW Ramada Inn, Sharonville WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 28, 1987 Mike Belcher W International Speedway, Bristol WIN
Unanimous decision
Sept. 19, 1987 Lopez McGee LWLLLL International Speedway, Bristol WIN
Split-decision
Aug. 25, 1987 Nate Moore Rhinestone's, Lexington WIN
Unanimous decision