Bentt

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Michael Bentt - Professional Career
... Bentt turned professional under Emanuel Steward and was knocked-out in the first round by Jerry Jones in his pro debut ... Bentt maintained that neither he nor Steward knew Jones was a southpaw but counts both the devastation and humiliation suffered that night as "hugely valuable and key" to his massive upset of Tommy Morrison ... a 20-month hiatus following the loss to Jones, Bentt returned to boxing ...
Michael Bentt - Amateur Career
... Bentt won four New York Golden Gloves titles and five United States Amateur Boxing Championships ... Bentt is regarded as the most decorated boxer in the history of American amateur boxing never to have competed on a United States Olympic boxing team ... Bentt was also a three time member of the United States All-American Amateur Boxing Team ...
Michael Bentt - Acting Career and Life After Boxing
... Bentt has contributed essays as a writer for Bert Sugar's Fight Game and the HBO boxing website ... Eventually the candidates were narrowed down to Bentt and the then recently retired former Heavyweight Champion, Lennox Lewis ... Director Michael Mann handpicked Bentt to play Herbert Youngblood, who along with Dillinger staged the infamous Crown Point Jail break ...
Herbie Hide - Pro Career
... At 25-0 (24 kos), Hide challenged Michael Bentt for the WBO heavyweight title in March 1994 at Millwall Football Stadium, Millwall, London ... Bentt had won the title by knocking out the heavily favoured Tommy Morrison in one round ... Hide outboxed and knocked out Bentt in 7 rounds ...