Rydell Booker (Rock n' Rye) boxer

Rydell Booker boxer
bouts
30
won
26
lost
4
draw
0
Status
active
Division
heavyweight
Debut
2001-08-10
Height
6′ 3″/191cm
Reach
81″/206cm
Age
38
Born
1981-02-17
Death
-
Nationality
USA

Shortly after his first professional loss to James Toney, Booker was convicted for possession of cocaine with intent to deliver over 1000 grams. He was sentenced to 12 to 30 years in prison. After serving over a decade, Booker was released, and won three comeback bouts of six rounds duraiton, before losing a televised ten round bout by unanimous decision to undefeated heavyweight Jermaine Franklin in Atlantic City's Boardwalk Hall .During his amateur career he won the Michigan State and Regional championships every year from 1992 through 2000, his first national title came in 1999. In 2001 he defeated Devin Vargas at the U.S. Challenge. As the top rated Heavyweight in the United States. Rydell was to represent the USA at the World Championship in Ireland. During Training at Lake Placid, New York, he was accused of stealing a calling card from fellow fighter Jason Estrada, and decided to leave the team training and turn pro instead.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Result
2020-11-07 Filip Hrgovic WWWWWW Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood LOST
Technical knockout
2019-11-09 Kubrat Pulev WWWWWW Chukchansi Park, Fresno LOST
Unanimous decision
2019-06-07 Dieuly Aristilde WLLLLL Motor City Casino, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
2019-04-13 Jermaine Franklin WWWWWW Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City LOST
Unanimous decision
2018-07-13 Domonic Jenkins LLLDWW Motor City Casino, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
2018-04-13 Terrell Jamal Woods LLWWWL Motor City Casino, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
2018-02-02 Rodney Moore LLLLLW Cameron Center, Laurel WIN
Unanimous decision
2004-09-23 James Toney WWWWWW Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula LOST
Unanimous decision
2004-06-18 Tipton Walker WLLLWL Great Lakes Sports Arena, Fraser WIN
Split-decision
2004-05-21 Ken Murphy DLLLLL Riehle Brothers Pavilion, Lafayette WIN
Technical knockout
2003-06-13 Arthur Williams LLWWLW Joe Louis Arena, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
2003-03-14 Andrew Greeley WWLLLL DeCarlo's Banquet Center, Warren WIN
Corner retirement
2003-01-10 Uriah Grant WLWWLL DeCarlo's Banquet Center, Warren WIN
Unanimous decision
2002-12-14 Larry Prather LLLLLL Cambridge Place, Toledo WIN
Split-decision
2002-11-23 Art Jimmerson LLLLLL Community Market, Danville WIN
Technical knockout
2002-09-20 Leon Nkendzap DeCarlo's Banquet Center, Warren WIN
KO
2002-09-05 Donnie Penelton LLLLLL Farm Bureau Building, Indianapolis WIN
Unanimous decision
2002-08-29 John Battle LLLWWD The Plex, North Charleston WIN
Unanimous decision
2002-08-17 Eric Davis LLLLLL Seagate Convention Center, Toledo WIN
Unanimous decision
2002-08-09 Anthony Kohler LLLWLW Cheaton's Bingo Hall, Akron WIN
Technical knockout
2002-07-20 John Basil Jackson LLLLLL Leesburg Armory, Leesburg WIN
Unanimous decision
2002-06-28 Michael Shanks LLLLLL Farm Bureau Building, Indianapolis WIN
Technical knockout
2002-06-21 Ka-Dy King WWLLLL DeCarlo's Banquet Center, Warren WIN
Unanimous decision
2002-06-01 Ronald Burnett Cumberland Place, West Lafayette WIN
KO
2002-05-11 Roy Bedwell LLLLLL Gallatin WIN
KO
2002-03-29 Anthony Prince LLWLLL Club International, Detroit WIN
KO
2002-01-31 Steve Thornton L The Roostertail , Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
2001-11-09 Charles Judge WLL Club International, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout
2001-10-12 Michael Moncrief WL Club International, Detroit WIN
Unanimous decision
2001-08-10 Mike White L Cobo Hall, Detroit WIN
Technical knockout