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Glenwood Brown boxer

Glenwood Brown image
Status inactive
Division welterweight
Height 5′ 7½″/171cm
Reach 72½″/184cm
Debut 1986-06-19
Born 1967-07-25
Nationality USA
Residence Plainfield, New Jersey, USA
bouts
60
won
48
lost
12
draw
0
bouts
60
won
48
lost
12
draw
0
Status inactive
Division welterweight
Height 5′ 7½″/171cm
Reach 72½″/184cm
Debut 1986-06-19
Born 1967-07-25
Nationality USA
Residence Plainfield, New Jersey, USA

Brown trained at the Plainfield Boys Club in Plainfield, New Jersey and won the 1986 New York Golden Gloves 139 lb Open Championship. Brown defeated Raul Rivera of the Apollo Boys Club in the finals to win the Championship.Nicknamed "The Real Beast", Brown turned pro in 1986 and lost his first title shot in 1991 by split decision to Maurice Blocker for the vacant IBF welterweight title. In his next fight in 1992 he took on WBA welterweight title holder Meldrick Taylor but lost a decision, even though Taylor was knocked down twice. Brown went on to win the IBO Middleweight Championship in 1995, but never fought again for a major title, and retired in 2000 following a TKO loss to Scott Pemberton.

Brown trained at the Plainfield Boys Club in Plainfield, New Jersey and won the 1986 New York Golden Gloves 139 lb Open Championship. Brown defeated Raul Rivera of the Apollo Boys Club in the finals to win the Championship.Nicknamed "The Real Beast", Brown turned pro in 1986 and lost his first title shot in 1991 by split decision to Maurice Blocker for the vacant IBF welterweight title. In his next fight in 1992 he took on WBA welterweight title holder Meldrick Taylor but lost a decision, even though Taylor was knocked down twice. Brown went on to win the IBO Middleweight Championship in 1995, but never fought again for a major title, and retired in 2000 following a TKO loss to Scott Pemberton.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
June 30, 2000 Scott Pemberton WDWWWW Rhodes-on-the-Pawtuxet, Cranston EBA Super Middleweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 6, 2000 Bernice Barber LLLWLL Cultural Center, Scranton WIN
Unanimous decision
July 26, 1998 Vinny Pazienza WWWLWL Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket LOSS
Majority decision
Feb. 10, 1998 Bernice Barber DLWLLL Martin's West, Woodlawn LOSS
Technical knockout
June 3, 1997 Bronco McKart WWLWWW Blue Horizon, Philadelphia LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 5, 1997 Dana Rosenblatt WWWWWL The Roxy, Boston LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 19, 1996 David Calhoun Kingsway Plaza, Eden WIN
Unanimous decision
June 18, 1996 Simon Brown LWWLLW Convention Center, Edison LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 3, 1996 Jeff Passero WWLLLL Ukrainian Cultural Center, Somerset WIN
Technical knockout
March 1, 1996 Gerry Walker WLWLWL Ukrainian Cultural Center, Somerset WIN
Points
Nov. 10, 1995 Tony Marshall DDWLLW Ballys Park Place Hotel Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Majority decision
Aug. 25, 1995 Rafael Williams LLWWLL Civic Center Coliseum, Hartford vacant International Boxing Organization World Middleweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
June 6, 1995 Roosevelt Walker WWWWWW Blue Horizon, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
March 24, 1995 Eric Rhinehart LLLLLL Blue Horizon, Philadelphia WIN
KO
Jan. 27, 1995 Nate Woods LLLLLL Blue Horizon, Philadelphia WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 23, 1994 Jose Hiram Torres LLLWDL Hyannis WIN
Points
Sept. 14, 1993 Michael Davis LWLLLW Mama's Country Showcase, Decatur WIN
KO
Aug. 8, 1993 Anthony Andrews WLWWWW Georgetown LOSS
Unanimous decision
June 25, 1993 Brian Nitz WWLLL Regal Riverfront Hotel, Saint Louis WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 11, 1992 Larry Barnes WWWWWW Paramount Theatre, New York USA New York State Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 17, 1992 Edwin Curet WLLLLW Paramount Theatre, New York LOSS
Split-decision
June 4, 1992 Roque Montoya WLWLWL Resorts International, Atlantic City WIN
Corner retirement
March 27, 1992 Miguel Santana LLWLLW Friar Tuck Inn, Catskill WIN
Points
Jan. 18, 1992 Meldrick Taylor WLWWWW Pennsylvania Hall, Philadelphia World Boxing Association World Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 4, 1991 Maurice Blocker WWWWWL Resorts International, Atlantic City vacant International Boxing Federation World Welterweight

LOSS
Split-decision
July 23, 1991 Artee Bright WWWWWL Kushers Country Club, Monticello WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 21, 1990 Julian Benitez WLLWLL Sands Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 30, 1990 Joseph Alexander LLWLWL Pines Hotel, South Fallsburg WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 23, 1990 Charles Duffy LWLLLW Villa Roma Resort, Callicoon WIN
Technical knockout
July 3, 1990 Hugo Sclarandi DDWWWL Kushers Country Club, Monticello WIN
Unanimous decision
April 18, 1990 Hurlen Villareal WWWWLW Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 20, 1990 Luis Santana DLLLWL Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City vacant USBA Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 14, 1989 Arturo Padilla L Civic Arena, Saint Joseph WIN
KO
Sept. 28, 1989 Donovan Boucher WWWWWL Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City World Boxing Association Inter-Continental Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
July 27, 1989 Tyrone Moore WWWWLL Felt Forum, New York World Boxing Association Inter-Continental Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
May 21, 1989 Young Dick Tiger WWLWLW Supertent, Finsbury Park WBA Americas Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
April 13, 1989 Mike English LWLLWW Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 9, 1989 Saoul Mamby WLWLWL Felt Forum, New York vacant USA New York State Welterweight

WBA Americas Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 17, 1989 Lester Yarbrough LLLDWW Premier Center, Sterling Heights WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 10, 1988 Juan Rondon LLLLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 28, 1988 Ariel Conde LLLLL Thomas Crystal Gardens, Mount Clemens WIN
KO
June 27, 1988 Saoul Mamby LLWLWL Madison Square Garden, New York LOSS
Split-decision
April 14, 1988 Orlando Orozco WLWLLW Felt Forum, New York WIN
Majority decision
March 6, 1988 Keheven Johnson LWLLLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
KO
Feb. 4, 1988 Kenneth Releford LWLWLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 17, 1987 Joe Edens LLWLLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 1, 1987 Rasheed Ali LWDWLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Points
Aug. 20, 1987 Kevin Austin LWLLLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
KO
July 9, 1987 Jeff Graves WLLWLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
June 4, 1987 Kent Acuff WWWLWW Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
April 23, 1987 Hilario Mercedes WWLLWL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
March 12, 1987 Joe Johnson WWWWWL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 29, 1987 Antoine Lark LLWLWL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 26, 1986 Victor Davis LWWWLW Atlantic City WIN
Points
Nov. 13, 1986 Donald Gwinn LLLLLL Felt Forum, New York WIN
KO
Oct. 25, 1986 Billy Mitchem WLWWW Crystal City WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 20, 1986 James Byrd LLLW Woodhaven Sports Center, Philadelphia WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 28, 1986 Hilario Mercedes WLLWWL Felt Forum, New York WIN
Points
July 11, 1986 Dennis Wade LL Stevensville Hotel, Swan Lake WIN
Technical knockout
June 19, 1986 Robert Harris L Felt Forum, New York WIN
Technical knockout