Retained Ibf Welterweight

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Swedish Super League - Current Clubs
... AIK IBF Balrog B/S IK Caperio/Täby FC FC Helsingborg Sirius IBK IBF Falun IBK Dalen Järfälla IBK Tyresö Trollbäcken Pixbo Wallenstam IBK Storvreta IBK Umeå City IBK Västerås IBF ...
Charles Williams (boxer)
... as "Prince" Charles, turned pro in 1978 and in 1987 he captured the IBF Light Heavyweight Title by TKO'ing Bobby Czyz in the 9th round ... In 1994 he moved down to Super Middleweight to take on IBF Super Middleweight Title holder James Toney, but he was KO'd in the 12th round ... Preceded by Bobby Czyz IBF Light Heavyweight Champion 29 Oct 1987–20 Mar 1993 Succeeded by Henry Maske ...
Félix Trinidad - Professional Record
... Square Garden, New York, New York For WBC, WBA IBF Middleweight titles ... Win 39-0 Fernando Vargas TKO 12 (12), 133 2000-12-02 Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas Retained WBA and won IBF Light Middleweight titles ... TKO 3 (12), 248 2000-07-22 American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida Retained WBA Light Middleweight title ...
List Of Undisputed Boxing Champions - Cruiserweight
... April 9, 1988 ... Evander Holyfield IBF, WBA WBC Evander Holyfield became the first undisputed Cruiserweight Champion by defeating Carlos De León, to unify his WBA and IBF ... January 7, 2006 March 31, 2006 O'Neil Bell IBF, WBA WBC O'Neil Bell unifies his IBF belt with Jean Marc Mormeck's WBA and WBC belt to become the second undisputed champion of the ... He was later stripped for not agreeing to fight the IBF's #1 challenger Steve Cunningham ...
List Of Minimumweight Boxing Champions - IBF
... Title inaugurated 1987-06-14 1987-12-16-Vacated Kyung-Yun Lee IBF 1988-03-24 1989-06-17 Samuth Sithnaruepol IBF 1989-06-17 1989-09-21 Nico Thomas IBF ...

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