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John David Jackson (boxer)

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Name  John Jackson
Trained  Shane Mosley
Martial art  Boxing
Height  1.79 m
Role  Professional Boxer

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Division  Middleweight, Light heavyweight, Light middleweight

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John David Jackson (born May 17, 1963) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1984 to 1999, and has since worked as a boxing trainer. He is a two-weight world champion, having held the WBO junior middleweight title twice between 1988 and 1993, and the WBA middleweight title from 1993 to 1994.

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Professional career

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Jackson turned professional in 1984 and won his first 20 fights. He won the inaugural WBO junior middleweight title in 1988 with a win over Lupe Aquino. He defended the title six times before moving up to middleweight in 1993 to take on WBA middleweight champion Reggie Johnson, winning a close decision.

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After being stripped of his WBA title in August 1994, Jackson lost in an attempt to regain the belt in December of that year to Jorge Castro via 9th-round TKO, in a fight that was named Fight of the Year by Ring Magazine. On the verge of forcing a referee's stoppage against the badly beaten up Castro, Jackson was caught and knocked down by a left hook, then stopped after two further knockdowns. The sudden change in fortunes was one of the greatest turnarounds ever seen in a boxing match.

In 1997 he took on Bernard Hopkins for the IBF middleweight title. In an ugly fight in which Jackson looked a faded fighter, Hopkins won via a 7th-round TKO. Jackson took a rematch with Castro in 1998, but again came up short in losing a decision. He retired in 1999.

Training career

After his professional boxing career ended, Jackson has worked as a trainer. Boxers he has worked with include:

  • Sergey Kovalev
  • Kimbo Slice (UFC fighter turned pro boxer)
  • Allan Green (starting with his bout Anthony Bonsante)
  • Bernard Hopkins (for his bout with Antonio Tarver)
  • Shane Mosley (starting with his second bout with Winky Wright and ending after his first bout with Fernando Vargas)
  • Nate Campbell (The first fighter Jackson led to a world title)
  • Dyah Davis (Son of 1976 Olympic gold medalist Howard Davis Jr.)
  • Brad Solomon
  • Khabib Allakhverdiev
  • Magomed Abdusalamov
  • Chris Algieri
  • Curtis Stevens (currently)
  • References

    John David Jackson (boxer) Wikipedia


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