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Tony Tubbs boxer

Tony Tubbs image
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 3″/190cm
Reach 79″/201cm
Debut 1980-06-14
Born 1958-02-15
Nationality USA
Residence Santa Monica, California, USA
bouts
59
won
47
lost
10
draw
0
bouts
59
won
47
lost
10
draw
0
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 3″/190cm
Reach 79″/201cm
Debut 1980-06-14
Born 1958-02-15
Nationality USA
Residence Santa Monica, California, USA

As an amateur, Tony Tubbs competed in 253 bouts, compiling a record of 240 wins and 13 losses—primarily in the heavyweight division. In a 1976 match between the USSR and the United States, Tubbs lost by knockout in the second round to future Soviet Heavyweight Champion Igor Vysotsky.In 1978 Tubbs lost in the quarterfinals of the world Cup to Cuban boxer Teofilo Stevenson. Tubbs was the only opponent who managed to go the distance with Stevenson. In 1979, Tubbs became the National AAU Heavyweight Champion by defeating Mitch Green and Greg Page, both contests were rematches of previous defeats.citation needed In the match meeting USSR-United States Tubbs defeated the two-time amateur European champion Eugene Gorshkova and the future silver medalist of the Olympic games Peter Zaev.citation needed In 1979 Tubbs won the AIBA Boxing World Cup, defeating Khoren Inguana.citation needed

As an amateur, Tony Tubbs competed in 253 bouts, compiling a record of 240 wins and 13 losses—primarily in the heavyweight division. In a 1976 match between the USSR and the United States, Tubbs lost by knockout in the second round to future Soviet Heavyweight Champion Igor Vysotsky.In 1978 Tubbs lost in the quarterfinals of the world Cup to Cuban boxer Teofilo Stevenson. Tubbs was the only opponent who managed to go the distance with Stevenson. In 1979, Tubbs became the National AAU Heavyweight Champion by defeating Mitch Green and Greg Page, both contests were rematches of previous defeats.citation needed In the match meeting USSR-United States Tubbs defeated the two-time amateur European champion Eugene Gorshkova and the future silver medalist of the Olympic games Peter Zaev.citation needed In 1979 Tubbs won the AIBA Boxing World Cup, defeating Khoren Inguana.citation needed

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Nov. 4, 2006 Adam Smith WLLLLL Waterfront Hotel, Morgantown WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 6, 2005 Jason Waller DLLLWL Grand Victoria Casino, Rising Sun WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 25, 2005 Danny Wofford LLLLLL Municipal Auditorium, Nashville WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 30, 2004 Brian Minto WWWWWW Mountaineer Casino Racetrack and Resort, Chester USA West Virginia State Heavyweight

WIN
Split-decision
Oct. 29, 2004 Brian Sargent LWWWLL Civic Arena, Saint Joseph WIN
Technical knockout
July 25, 2003 Abraham Okine WWWWWW Lakeview Resort, Morgantown LOSS
Technical knockout
Jan. 17, 2003 Gilbert Martinez WDWWWL Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore LOSS
Unanimous decision
March 26, 2002 Michael Shanks LLLLLL Cumberland Place, West Lafayette WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 30, 1997 Mario Melo WLLWWW El Polideportivo, Mar del Plata WIN
KO
Oct. 20, 1995 Brian Nielsen WWWWWW Cirkusbygningen, Copenhagen LOSS
Corner retirement
Aug. 25, 1995 Alexander Zolkin WWWWWW Bally's Atlantic City, Atlantic City LOSS
Majority decision
March 29, 1995 Andre Crowder LLLLLL Shoemaker Center, Cincinnati WIN
KO
Dec. 6, 1994 James Thunder LWWWWW The Palace, Auburn Hills International Boxing Organization World Heavyweight

LOSS
Majority decision
Oct. 4, 1994 William Morris WLWWWW The Palace, Auburn Hills
NC
Feb. 22, 1994 Everett Martin LLWLLL The Palace, Auburn Hills WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 3, 1993 Daniel Dancuta LWWWWW Casino Magic, Bay Saint Louis WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 16, 1993 Jimmy Ellis LLWWWL Boise Center, Boise LOSS
KO
April 27, 1993 Melton Bowen WWWWWW The Palace, Auburn Hills WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 2, 1993 Alexander Zolkin WWWWWW The Palace, Auburn Hills WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 24, 1992 Jesse Ferguson LWLLWL The Palace, Auburn Hills WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 14, 1992 Bruce Seldon WWWWWW Harrah's Marina Hotel Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Unanimous decision
Aug. 18, 1992 Lionel Butler WWWWWW Bayfront Auditorium, Pensacola LOSS
KO
Feb. 16, 1992 Leon Taylor WWWLWL Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
April 20, 1991 Riddick Bowe WWWWWW Caesars Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 20, 1990 Lawrence Carter LWLWWW Trump Plaza Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Corner retirement
July 28, 1990 Mike Cohen WWLWW Trump Castle, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 21, 1989 Orlin Norris WWWWWW Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica NABF Heavyweight


ND
June 24, 1989 Ladislao Mijangos WWWLLL Bakersfield WIN
Technical knockout
May 6, 1989 Eddie Richardson WLLWLL Civic Center, Pensacola WIN
DQ
April 20, 1989 Mike Evans WWWWWW Redondo Beach Strand, Redondo Beach WIN
Unanimous decision
March 21, 1988 Mike Tyson WWWWWW Tokyo Dome LOSS
Technical knockout
Sept. 29, 1987 Eddie Gonzales LLLLWW Celebrity Theater, Anaheim WIN
Corner retirement
May 30, 1987 Jerry Halstead WWWWWW Las Vegas Hilton, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
April 20, 1987 Mike Jameson WWLLLL Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 17, 1986 Tim Witherspoon LWWWWW The Omni, Atlanta World Boxing Association World Heavyweight

LOSS
Majority decision
April 29, 1985 Greg Page WWWLLW Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo World Boxing Association World Heavyweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
March 15, 1985 James Smith WWWWWL Riviera Hotel & Casino, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
Jan. 16, 1985 Tim Miller WLLLLL Riviera Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 9, 1984 Jerry Williams WWLLLL Riviera Hotel & Casino, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
March 18, 1984 Tom Trimm WLWWWL Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 9, 1983 Gordon Racette WWWWWW Caesars Palace, Outdoor Arena, Las Vegas WIN
Unanimous decision
April 10, 1983 Jimmy Young WWWLLL Hilton Hotel, Pittsburgh WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 25, 1983 Larry Givens LWLLWL Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 18, 1982 Steve Zouski WWLWWL Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 7, 1982 Clarence Hill WWWWWW University of New Mexico, Albuquerque WIN
Unanimous decision
June 12, 1982 Claman Parker WLLLLL Playboy Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
Technical knockout
April 11, 1982 Baker Tinsley WWWLLL Playboy Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
KO
Dec. 18, 1981 Don Halpin LLWLLW David Lawrence Center, Pittsburgh WIN
Unanimous decision
Nov. 21, 1981 Jesse Brown LLL Vegas Club, Erlanger WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 21, 1981 Dennis Wimberly Dunn Sports Center, Elizabeth WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 29, 1980 Mike Creel LWLLLL Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles WIN
Corner retirement
Nov. 22, 1980 Larry Sims DLLLLW Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 14, 1980 John L Johnson LDWWLL Jai Alai Fronton, Miami WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 7, 1980 Ron Draper LWLLWW HemisFair Arena, San Antonio WIN
Points
Aug. 2, 1980 Jerry Hunter DL Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati WIN
Technical knockout
June 14, 1980 Bruce Scott LLLWWL Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati WIN
Technical knockout