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Keith Mullings boxer

Keith Mullings image
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 5′ 9½″/176cm
Reach 74½″/189cm
Debut 1993-07-24
Born 1968-08-01
Nationality USA
Residence Brooklyn, New York, USA
bouts
25
won
16
lost
8
draw
1
bouts
25
won
16
lost
8
draw
1
Status inactive
Division super welterweight
Height 5′ 9½″/176cm
Reach 74½″/189cm
Debut 1993-07-24
Born 1968-08-01
Nationality USA
Residence Brooklyn, New York, USA

Mullings turned pro in 1993 and challenged Raúl Márquez for the IBF Light Middleweight Title in 1997, but lost a split decision. Later that year, Mullings shocked the world with a 9th round TKO over WBC and Lineal Light Middleweight Champion Terry Norris. After one defense, he lost the belt to Javier Castillejo in 1999 via majority decision. Later that year he took on former Olympian David Reid for the WBA Light Middleweight Title, but lost a decision. In 2000 he lost a decision to Winky Wright, and retired in 2001.In early 2010 Keith Mullings began teaching boxing at Peekskill Be First Boxing along with West Artope & Richard Kraemer. Peekskill Be First Boxing is a not-for-profit organization formed to provide the community with a much needed place to facilitate the acquisition of life skills through physical fitness and training in basic and advanced boxing techniques. It is their purpose to aid the youths of the community by instilling a sound foundation through a program that builds character, patience, humility, confidence, diligence, conflict resolution, tolerance and thoughtful action. Their goal is that those who participate in the program will be better prepared to take their place in the community, resist undesirable elements, and effect changes that will result in a better environment for themselves, their friends, and neighbors in their community.

Mullings turned pro in 1993 and challenged Raúl Márquez for the IBF Light Middleweight Title in 1997, but lost a split decision. Later that year, Mullings shocked the world with a 9th round TKO over WBC and Lineal Light Middleweight Champion Terry Norris. After one defense, he lost the belt to Javier Castillejo in 1999 via majority decision. Later that year he took on former Olympian David Reid for the WBA Light Middleweight Title, but lost a decision. In 2000 he lost a decision to Winky Wright, and retired in 2001.In early 2010 Keith Mullings began teaching boxing at Peekskill Be First Boxing along with West Artope & Richard Kraemer. Peekskill Be First Boxing is a not-for-profit organization formed to provide the community with a much needed place to facilitate the acquisition of life skills through physical fitness and training in basic and advanced boxing techniques. It is their purpose to aid the youths of the community by instilling a sound foundation through a program that builds character, patience, humility, confidence, diligence, conflict resolution, tolerance and thoughtful action. Their goal is that those who participate in the program will be better prepared to take their place in the community, resist undesirable elements, and effect changes that will result in a better environment for themselves, their friends, and neighbors in their community.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
April 7, 2001 Steve Roberts WWWWWW Conference Centre, Wembley World Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Dec. 16, 2000 Ronald Wright WWLWLW Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh NABF Super Welterweight

USBA Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 28, 1999 David Reid WWWWWW Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas World Boxing Association World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 29, 1999 Javier Castillejo WWWWWW Plaza de Toros La Cubierta, Leganes World Boxing Council World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Majority decision
March 14, 1998 Davide Ciarlante WWWWWW Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City World Boxing Council World Super Welterweight

WIN
Corner retirement
Dec. 6, 1997 Terry Norris WWWWWW Caesars Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City World Boxing Council World Super Welterweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 13, 1997 Raul Marquez WWWWWW Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Split-decision
July 5, 1997 Donald Stokes WWWWWW Mark of the Quad Cities, Moline International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
May 30, 1997 Tony Marshall WWWWLW Palace Theatre, Albany International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 21, 1997 Victor Maciel WWWWW Great Western Forum, Inglewood International Boxing Federation World Super Welterweight

DRAW
TD
Feb. 22, 1997 Christian Lloyd Joseph WDLWLW Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville LOSS
Split-decision
Oct. 4, 1996 Darrell Woods LWWLWL Madison Square Garden Theater, New York NABU Light Middleweight

LOSS
Split-decision
June 15, 1996 Anthony Bradley LWWLLL Coliseum, Jacksonville WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 8, 1995 Charles Hollis LLLLLL Interstate Fairgrounds, Pensacola WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 30, 1995 Dennis Ardley LLLLLL Civic Center, Pensacola WIN
KO
March 24, 1995 Anthony Joseph WLWWLW South Mountain Arena, West Orange WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 8, 1994 Vince Middleton LL Vernon WIN
KO
June 30, 1994 Gil Rosario LLLLLW Ocean Place Hilton, Long Branch WIN
Technical knockout
May 20, 1994 Rafael Fernandez DWLWWL Hasbrouck Heights WIN
Technical knockout
March 31, 1994 Wayne Richards LDWDL Huntington Hilton Hotel, Melville WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 21, 1994 Dario Liriano WWLLLL Hotel Pennsylvania, New York WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 19, 1993 Edwardo Leon WLWWWW Convention Center, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 27, 1993 Aaron Mitchell WW Ballys Park Place Hotel Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Split-decision
Aug. 24, 1993 Eric Garland L Merv Griffin's Resorts, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
July 24, 1993 Wayne Sharp LD Showboat Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout