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Chris Pearson (boxer)

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Real name  Chris Pearson
Wins  12
Height  1.78 m
Draws  0
Nationality  American
Role  Boxer
Stance  Southpaw stance

Rated at  Middleweight
Name  Chris Pearson
Total fights  12
Nickname(s)  Sweat Pea
Wins by KO  9
Division  Middleweight
Losses  0
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Born  November 12, 1990 (age 25) Dayton, Ohio, USA (1990-11-12)

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Chris Pearson (born November 12, 1990) is a former American amateur boxer and currently a professional boxer in the Middleweight division. He signed a professional managerial contract with Al Haymon to launch his pro career, whose stable of fighters includes Floyd Mayweather Jr., Jermain Taylor and Paul Williams.


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Amateur career

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A southpaw with a 93-8 amateur record, Pearson was the 2009 Police Athletic League national champion and now has beaten four former Olympians, including Brazil’s Yamaguichi Florentino, a veteran of over 150 fights, and Bakhyt Sarsekbayev of Kazakhstan, the 2008 Beijing Games welterweight gold medalist — both of whom he conquered in Los Angeles. Pearson spent two and a half months in Los Angeles fighting for the L.A. Matadors, a team of select amateurs who competed in the newly formed World Series of Boxing.

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He was also the:

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  • U.S. National Amateur Middleweight Champion, sweeping his bracket.
  • 2-time Silver Gloves Champ
  • 4-time Jr Golden Gloves Champ
  • 8-time State Fair Champ
  • Jr Olympic Bronze Medalist
  • Ringside World Champion
  • National PAL Champion
  • Professional career

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    Pearson secured himself the perfect professional debut at U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati on November 26, 2011. It was on the undercard of Adrien Broner versus Vicente Martin Rodriguez for the recently vacated WBO super featherweight crown. He knocked out opponent Steven Chadwick within the opening two minutes of the first round.

    On February 25, 2012, he made quick work of Jeremy Wood (1-5, 1 KO) stopping his fellow Ohioan in one round, on the non-televised undercard of the HBO Boxing After Dark show headlined by Devon Alexander-Marcos Maidana.


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