Sponsored Links
 
Topics
Sponsored Links
 
Siddhesh Joshi

Carl Williams (boxer)

Real name  Carl Williams
Stance  Orthodox
Height  1.93 m
Nickname(s)  The Truth
Wins  30
Martial art  Boxing

Rated at  Heavyweight
Name  Carl Williams
Division  Heavyweight
Nationality  American
Role  Boxer
Total fights  41
Carl Williams (boxer) wwwboxingcomimagessizedimagesarticlesCarlT
Born  November 11, 1959 Belle Glade, Florida, United States (1959-11-11)
Died  April 7, 2013, Valhalla, Mount Pleasant, New York, United States
Children  Nijah Williams, Daniel Williams, Carla Williams

Mike tyson vs carl williams


Sponsored Links

Carl Williams (November 11, 1959 – April 7, 2013), nicknamed "The Truth", was an American boxer from Belle Glade, Florida who was the USBA United States Heavyweight Boxing champion, and who fought in several noteworthy boxing matches in the 1980s and 1990s.

Carl Williams (boxer) Jackie Kallen on Boxing RIP Carl quotThe Truth39 Williams

Tommy morrison vs carl williams highlights


Amateur career

Carl Williams (boxer) Carl Williams Heavyweight Boxing Champion Dies at 53

Williams won two New York Golden Gloves Championships. Williams won both the 1980 New York Golden Gloves Sub-Novice Heavyweight Championship and the 1981 Heavyweight Open Championship.

Carl Williams (boxer) 1991 Ringlords 7 Carl Williams Boxing Cards NM Ne
  • Williams stopped (RSC-2) John Kibelka of the New York City Recreation in the finals of the 1980 Sub-Novice Heavyweight Championship and in 1981 Williams stopped (RSC-2) Ronald Turner of the 25th Precinct in the finals to win the Championship. Williams trained at the New York City Recreations O'Connell Center.
  • Williams won the 1981 heavyweight Intercity Golden Gloves over Craig Bodzianowski.
  • Professional career

    Carl Williams (boxer) BoxRec Carl Williams

    Williams' first title shot was against Larry Holmes, a fight he lost in a controversial decision. His next fight was a victory against Jesse Ferguson.

    Carl Williams (boxer) Mike Tyson vs Carl Williams 1 YouTube

    Williams is perhaps best known for having fought and lost to Mike Tyson in a battle for the undisputed heavyweight championship. The first round knockout loss to Tyson in 1989 was a devastating defeat for Williams. Midway through the round, Tyson slipped a jab from Williams and loaded up with one of the most devastating counter-punches of his career, smashing Williams and sending him down for an eight count. The referee waved off the fight and Williams immediately launched a mild protest to the official and ringside judges but to no avail. He believed that the fight was stopped too early and he was not given more of an opportunity to demonstrate to the official that he was not disoriented after the knock-down. In a post fight in-ring interview, Williams appeared to be uninjured, spoke clearly, and expressed his disappointment that he was not given the opportunity to "show my stuff." Williams also called for a rematch, however this never occurred.

    Sponsored Links

    After the defeat by Tyson, Williams became a journeyman heavyweight. His other notable fights include losses to Larry Holmes, Tim Witherspoon, Tommy Morrison, and Frank Bruno, and wins against Bert Cooper and Trevor Berbick.

    Williams retired in 1997 with a professional record of 30-10-0-1 with 21 knockouts.

    After retirement

    Williams worked for Allied-SpectaGuard in New York City at the World Trade Center as a security agent and field supervisor. After the September 11 attacks, Williams worked for Verizon in Queens, New York, as a security guard. Later he worked for Forte Security Group in New York City, as a security guard at the Copacabana and Marquee nightclubs until he became ill.

    Death

    Williams died on April 7, 2013, of esophageal cancer. He was survived by a daughter, Carlahorse, and a son, Daniel. He was predeceased by his 12-year-old daughter Nijah, who died of leukemia.

    References

    Carl Williams (boxer) Wikipedia


    Similar Topics

    South of St Louis

    Phil Alvin

    David Skegg

    Pete Hautman

    Paul Underwood

    Victoria (Gallic Empire)

    Sponsored Links
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L