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Rocky Sekorski boxer

Rocky Sekorski image
Status inactive
Division cruiserweight
Height 5′ 11½″/182cm
Reach 70″/178cm
Debut 1981-01-21
Born 1959-10-29
Nationality USA
Residence Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA
bouts
36
won
23
lost
13
draw
0
bouts
36
won
23
lost
13
draw
0
Status inactive
Division cruiserweight
Height 5′ 11½″/182cm
Reach 70″/178cm
Debut 1981-01-21
Born 1959-10-29
Nationality USA
Residence Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

Sekorski made his professional debut on January 21, 1981, with a four-round decision win against Rick Kellar. He won his first 13 professional matches, losing for the first time to 41-5-2 Marvin Camel on May 21, 1983 in Billings, Montana. Sekorski won three more times before his next loss, to 11-1 Pierre Coetzer in Johannesburg, South Africa. Sekorski continued to fight boxers of a high calibre, his biggest win being a sixth-round TKO of former world champion Leon Spinks in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota on August 2, 1986. Sekorski won the vacant Minnesota State Heavyweight title with a 3rd-round TKO against Percell Davis in August 1988, then lost a fight for the WBC Continental Americas heavyweight title to former WBA world Heavyweight champion Michael Dokes in December of the same year. Thereafter Sekorski would lose more than he won, concluding his career with a loss to Jimmy Lee Smith on November 22, 1993.Overall, Sekorski compiled a professional record of 23-11 with 13 wins by knockout during a twelve-year professional career. By the time he hung up the gloves for good Sekorski had faced a number of top-ranked contenders and former world champions.

Sekorski made his professional debut on January 21, 1981, with a four-round decision win against Rick Kellar. He won his first 13 professional matches, losing for the first time to 41-5-2 Marvin Camel on May 21, 1983 in Billings, Montana. Sekorski won three more times before his next loss, to 11-1 Pierre Coetzer in Johannesburg, South Africa. Sekorski continued to fight boxers of a high calibre, his biggest win being a sixth-round TKO of former world champion Leon Spinks in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota on August 2, 1986. Sekorski won the vacant Minnesota State Heavyweight title with a 3rd-round TKO against Percell Davis in August 1988, then lost a fight for the WBC Continental Americas heavyweight title to former WBA world Heavyweight champion Michael Dokes in December of the same year. Thereafter Sekorski would lose more than he won, concluding his career with a loss to Jimmy Lee Smith on November 22, 1993.Overall, Sekorski compiled a professional record of 23-11 with 13 wins by knockout during a twelve-year professional career. By the time he hung up the gloves for good Sekorski had faced a number of top-ranked contenders and former world champions.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Nov. 22, 1993 Jimmy Lee Smith LWLWWL Bel Rae Ballroom, Mounds View LOSS
Points
Sept. 14, 1993 Craig Payne WLLWWW Harrah's Casino Hotel, Atlantic City LOSS
Technical knockout
Nov. 28, 1992 Michael Murray LWWWWL G-Mex Centre, Manchester LOSS
Points
May 23, 1991 Alex Garcia WWWWWW Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas LOSS
Technical knockout
March 20, 1990 Rick Kellar DLLLLL Hyatt Regency Hotel, Minneapolis WIN
Split-decision
Dec. 9, 1988 Michael Dokes WWWWWW Convention Hall, Atlantic City World Boxing Council Continental Americas Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Aug. 2, 1988 Percell Davis WLLLLL Promenade Center Ballroom, Saint Paul vacant USA Minnesota State Heavyweight

WIN
Corner retirement
May 9, 1988 Jeff May WLLLL Prom Expo Center, Saint Paul vacant USA Minnesota State Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 18, 1987 George Foreman WLWWWW Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas LOSS
Technical knockout
July 3, 1987 Joey Christjohn WDWWDL Sharkey's Cowpasture, Gardnerville WIN
Majority decision
May 9, 1987 Walter Santemore LLLLLL Arena, Duluth WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 21, 1986 Adilson Rodrigues WLWWWW Ginásio do Parque São Jorge, Sao Paulo vacant World Boxing Council Continental Americas Heavyweight

LOSS
Unanimous decision
Sept. 19, 1986 Francesco Damiani WWWWWW Lerici vacant World Boxing Council Continental Americas Heavyweight

LOSS
Points
Aug. 2, 1986 Leon Spinks WWWWWL Detroit Port Authority, Detroit Lakes WIN
Technical knockout
July 4, 1986 Inoke Katoa WLWLWW Sharkey's Cowpasture, Gardnerville WIN
Split-decision
March 12, 1986 Jimmy Young LLLLDW Metropolitan Sports Center, Bloomington LOSS
Majority decision
Jan. 20, 1986 Jimmy Young LLLLLD Marshall LOSS
Unanimous decision
Nov. 9, 1985 Walter Daniel Falconi LDWWWW Estadio Luna Park, Buenos Aires LOSS
Points
May 13, 1985 Pierre Coetzer WWWLWW Portuguese Hall, Johannesburg LOSS
Unanimous decision
May 30, 1984 Al Houck LWWLLW Bel Rae Ballroom, Mounds View WIN
Points
April 12, 1984 Ken Arlt WLLLWL Meadows Race Track, Portland WIN
Split-decision
July 3, 1983 Ernie Smith LLLLDW Cowpasture, Gardnerville WIN
Technical knockout
May 21, 1983 Marvin Camel WWWLWL MetraPark, Billings USBA Cruiserweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
Feb. 28, 1983 Ralph Rivas WWWWL Edmonton Inn, Edmonton WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 14, 1982 Marty Capasso WLLWWW Atlantic City WIN
Split-decision
Sept. 7, 1982 Broderick Mason WLWWWW Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Majority decision
July 14, 1982 Lupe Guerra WLWLDL Promenade Center Ballroom, Saint Paul WIN
Technical knockout
April 16, 1982 James Anthony LLLLLL Amery WIN
KO
Feb. 25, 1982 Jimmy Lee Jackson Ramada Inn, Sioux Falls WIN
KO
Jan. 20, 1982 Akbar Abdullah LLL Mounds View WIN
Points
Sept. 30, 1981 Al Houck LWW Bel Rae Ballroom, Mounds View WIN
Points
July 30, 1981 Leroy James LL Gillette WIN
KO
July 29, 1981 Solomon Dollison WW Bel Rae Ballroom, Mounds View WIN
Points
June 6, 1981 Jim Hearn LLLLLL Amery High School Gym, Amery WIN
KO
April 25, 1981 KC Charles MetraPark, Billings WIN
KO
Jan. 21, 1981 Rick Kellar WWWWLW Promenade Center Ballroom, Saint Paul WIN
Points