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Mike Tyson WBA, WBC And IBF World Heavyweight Champion

January 30, 2012 by staff 

Mike Tyson WBA, WBC And IBF World Heavyweight Champion, Mike Tyson Fight Record:
50 Wins, 6 Losses, 2 No Contest, 44 Knockouts
1985
Mar. 6 — Hector Mercedes, Albany, N.Y., TKO 1
Apr. 10 — Trent Singleton, Albany, N.Y., TKO 1
May 23 — Don Halpern, Albany, N.Y., KO 4
June 20 — Rick Spain, Atlantic City, N.J., KO 1
July 11 — John Alderson, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 2
July 19 — Larry Sims, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., KO 3
Aug. 15 — Lorenzo Canady, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 1
Sept. 5 — Michael Johnson, Atlantic City, N.J., KO 1
Oct. 9 — Donnie Long, Atlantic City, N.J., KO 1
Oct. 25 — Robert Colay, Atlantic City, N.J., KO 1
Nov. 1 — Sterling Benjamin, Latham, N.Y., TKO 1
Nov. 13 — Eddie Richardson, Houston, KO 1
Nov. 22 — Conroy Nelson, Latham, N.Y., KO 2
Dec. 6 — Sammy Scaff, New York, KO 1
Dec. 27 — Mark Young, Latham, N.Y., KO 1

1986
Jan. 10 — Dave Jaco, Albany, N.Y., TKO 1
Jan. 24 — Mike Jamison, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 5
Feb. 16 — Jesse Ferguson, Troy, N.Y., W DSQ 6
Mar. 10 — Steve Zouski, Uniondale, N.Y., KO 3
May 3 — James Tillis, Glen Falls, N.Y., W 10
May 20 — Mitch Green, New York, W 10
June 13 — Reggie Gross, New York, TKO 1
June 28 — William Hosea, Troy, N.Y., KO 1
July 11 — Lorenzo Boyd, Swan Lake, N.Y., KO 2
July 26 — Marvis Frazier, Glen Falls, N.Y., KO 1
Aug. 17 — Jose Ribalta, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 10
Sept. 6 — Alfonzo Ratliff, Las Vegas, KO 2
Nov. 22 — Trevor Berbick, Las Vegas, TKO 2
(Won WBC Heavyweight Title)

1987
Mar.7 — James Smith, Las Vegas, W 12
(Won WBA Heavyweight Title/Retained WBC Heavyweight Title)
May 30 — Pinklon Thomas, Las Vegas, TKO 6
(Retained WBA/WBC Heavyweight Titles)
Aug. 1 — Tony Tucker, Las Vegas, W 12
(Won IBF Heavyweight Title/Retained WBA/WBC Heavyweight Titles/Became Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion)
Oct. 16 — Tyrell Biggs, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 7
(Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Title)

1988
Jan. 22 — Larry Holmes, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 4
(Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Title)
Mar. 21 — Tony Tubbs, Tokyo, Japan, TKO 2
(Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Title)
June 27 — Michael Spinks, Atlantic City, N.J., KO 1
(Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Title)

1989
Feb. 25 — Frank Bruno, Las Vegas, TKO 5
(Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Title)
July 21 — Carl Williams, Atlantic City, N.J., TKO 1
(Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Title)

1990
Feb. 11 — James Douglas, Tokyo, Japan, KO by 10
(Lost World Heavyweight Title)
June 16 — Henry Tillman, Las Vegas, KO 1
Dec. 8 — Alex Stewart, Atlantic City, N.J., KO 1

1991
Mar. 18 — Donovan Ruddock, Las Vegas, TKO 7
June 28 — Donovan Ruddock, Las Vegas, W 12

1995
Aug. 19 — Peter McNeeley, Las Vegas, W DSQ 1
Dec. 16 — Buster Mathis, Jr., Philadelphia, KO 3

1996
Mar. 16 — Frank Bruno, Las Vegas, TKO 3
(Won WBC Heavyweight Title)
Sept. 7 — Bruce Seldon, Las Vegas, TKO 1
(Won WBA Heavyweight Title)
Nov. 9 — Evander Holyfield, Las Vegas, TKO by 11
(Lost WBA Heavyweight Title)

1997
June 28 — Evander Holyfield, Las Vegas, L DQ 3
(For WBA Heavyweight Title)

1999
Jan. 16 — Francois Botha, Las Vegas, KO 5
Oct. 23 — Orlin Norris, Las Vegas, NC 1

2000
Jan. 29 — Julius Francis, Manchester, England, TKO 2
June 24 — Lou Savarese, Glasgow, Scotland, TKO 1
Oct. 20 — Andrew Golota, Detroit, NC 3

2001
Oct. 13 — Brian Nielsen, Copenhagen, Denmark, TKO 7

2002
June 8 — Lennox Lewis, Memphis, Tennessee, KO by 8 (For WBC and IBF heavyweight title)

2003
Feb. 22 — Clifford Etienne, Memphis, Tennessee, KO 1

2004
July 30 — Danny Williams, Louisville, KY, KO by 4

2005
June 11 — Kevin McBride, Washington, DC, TKO by 6 Referee Joe Cortez stops the fight when Tyson doesn’t come out for Round 7. Tyson announces his retirement after the fight.

2006
Oct. 20 — Corey Sanders, Youngstown, OH, EXH. 4

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