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Eric Lucas boxer

Eric Lucas image
Status inactive
Division super middleweight
Height 6′ 0″/183cm
Reach 74″/188cm
Debut 1991-12-17
Born 1971-05-29
Nationality Canada
Residence Magog, Quebec, Canada
bouts
50
won
39
lost
8
draw
3
bouts
50
won
39
lost
8
draw
3
Status inactive
Division super middleweight
Height 6′ 0″/183cm
Reach 74″/188cm
Debut 1991-12-17
Born 1971-05-29
Nationality Canada
Residence Magog, Quebec, Canada

Lucas turned pro in 1991 and came up short in his first two title shots, against WBC Light Heavyweight Title holder Fabrice Tiozzo in 1996 and IBF Super Middleweight Title holder Roy Jones Jr later that year. He lost the fight to Jones after Jones had played a basketball game earlier that day. Lucas won the WBC title from Briton Glenn Catley in 2001. He defended it three times before losing a controversial split decision to Markus Beyer in Germany in April 2003.Eric Lucas, a former WBC super-middleweight world champion, announced his retirement following a 10th-round TKO loss to WBA super-middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler in Copenhagen. His career record stands at 38-7-3, 14 knockouts. Lucas is now the president of InterBox, a boxing promotion company which also employs his former trainer Stéphan Larouche.

Lucas turned pro in 1991 and came up short in his first two title shots, against WBC Light Heavyweight Title holder Fabrice Tiozzo in 1996 and IBF Super Middleweight Title holder Roy Jones Jr later that year. He lost the fight to Jones after Jones had played a basketball game earlier that day. Lucas won the WBC title from Briton Glenn Catley in 2001. He defended it three times before losing a controversial split decision to Markus Beyer in Germany in April 2003.Eric Lucas, a former WBC super-middleweight world champion, announced his retirement following a 10th-round TKO loss to WBA super-middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler in Copenhagen. His career record stands at 38-7-3, 14 knockouts. Lucas is now the president of InterBox, a boxing promotion company which also employs his former trainer Stéphan Larouche.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
May 28, 2010 Librado Andrade WWWLWL Pepsi Coliseum, Quebec City LOSS
Corner retirement
Dec. 11, 2009 Ramon Pedro Moyano LLLWDW Bell Centre, Montreal WIN
KO
Jan. 14, 2006 Mikkel Kessler WWWWWW Brondby Hallen, Brondby LOSS
Technical knockout
March 18, 2005 James Crawford LWLWL Bell Centre, Montreal vacant World Boxing Council Continental Americas Super Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 3, 2004 Tony Menefee LLWLLL Bell Centre, Montreal WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 20, 2003 Danny Green WWWWWL Bell Centre, Montreal interim World Boxing Council World Super Middleweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
April 5, 2003 Markus Beyer WWWWWW Leipziger Arena, Leipzig World Boxing Council World Super Middleweight

LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 6, 2002 Omar Sheika WLWWWL Bell Centre, Montreal World Boxing Council World Super Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 1, 2002 Vinny Pazienza WLLWWW Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket World Boxing Council World Super Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 30, 2001 Dingaan Thobela DWLWWL Molson Centre, Montreal World Boxing Council World Super Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 10, 2001 Glenn Catley LWWWWL Molson Centre, Montreal vacant World Boxing Council World Super Middleweight

WIN
KO
May 9, 2000 John Lennox Lewis WWWWLL Molson Centre, Montreal WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 10, 1999 Glenn Catley WLWLWW Molson Centre, Montreal Eliminator for WBC Super Middleweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 13, 1999 Alex Hilton WWWLWW Molson Centre, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
May 28, 1999 Laverne Clark WLWLWW Molson Centre, Montreal WIN
KO
March 12, 1999 Patrick Swann WLWLWL Pierre-Charbonneau Centre, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 27, 1998 Juan Carlos Viloria WWWWWW Molson Centre, Montreal World Boxing Council International Super Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 14, 1998 Anthony Atkinson WDWWWW Pierre-Charbonneau Centre, Montreal WIN
KO
May 5, 1998 Jamie Stevenson LWLWLL Pavillon de la Jeunesse, Trois-Rivières WIN
Technical knockout
April 3, 1998 Segundo Mercado DLWLLD Molson Centre, Montreal WIN
KO
Nov. 11, 1997 Kevin Pompey LWLWLL Montreal Casino, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
July 30, 1997 Demetrius Davis WWLWWW Molson Centre, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
March 24, 1997 Darrell Flint LLWWLL Le Medley, Montreal vacant Canada Light Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 6, 1996 Antwun Echols WWWWLW Georges-Vezina Center, Chicoutimi DRAW
Points
Nov. 8, 1996 Willie Kemp LLLLLL Jonquiere WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 11, 1996 Richard Frazier WWWWLW International Plaza Hotel, Toronto WIN
Split-decision
June 15, 1996 Roy Jones Jr WWWWWW Coliseum, Jacksonville International Boxing Federation World Super Middleweight

LOSS
Corner retirement
May 7, 1996 Karl Willis WLDLL Colisee, Trois-Rivières WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 13, 1996 Fabrice Tiozzo WWWWWW Palais des Spectacular, Saint-Etienne World Boxing Council World Light Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Dec. 2, 1995 Eric Martin LLWWWL Palais des Sports, Jonquiere WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 1, 1995 Bryant Brannon WWWWWW Blue Horizon, Philadelphia NABF Super Middleweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 27, 1995 Undra White WWWWWL Forum, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 21, 1995 Charles Oliver WWWWLL Forum, Montreal World Boxing Council Continental Americas Super Middleweight

WIN
Split-decision
Dec. 20, 1994 Mike Belcher WWWWWW Forum, Montreal World Boxing Council Continental Americas Super Middleweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 15, 1994 Darrell Flint WLLLWW Forum, Montreal Canada Super Middleweight

WIN
Corner retirement
July 13, 1994 Laurie Grosse LWWLDL St-Leonard Arena, St-Leonard Canada Super Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 7, 1994 Steve Surette LWLWLL St-Leonard Arena, St-Leonard WIN
Technical knockout
April 8, 1994 Terry Collier WWLWWW Georges-Vezina Center, Chicoutimi WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 7, 1994 Guy Stanford WWWWLL Colisee de Quebec, Quebec City WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 16, 1993 Laurie Grosse WWWLWW Maurice Richard Arena, Montreal Canada Super Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 18, 1993 Arthur Willis LLWLDW Hotel Le Roussillon, Jonquiere WIN
Unanimous decision
March 19, 1993 Willie Ball WWWLWW Trois-Rivières WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 8, 1992 Hughes Daigneault WWWDWL Forum, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 30, 1992 June Thomas W Palais de Sports, Sherbrooke WIN
Majority decision
May 19, 1992 Hughes Daigneault WLWWWW Quebec City DRAW
Points
April 22, 1992 Victor Vargotsky Spectrum, Montreal WIN
Unanimous decision
March 30, 1992 Kevin Watkins Delta Hotel, Trois-Rivières WIN
KO
March 6, 1992 Gerald Martin LWWWW Villa Roma Resort, Callicoon DRAW
Points
Feb. 8, 1992 Craig Mills WWLW Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 17, 1991 Errol Brown DLW Hotel Le Roussillon, Jonquiere WIN
Unanimous decision