Riddick Bowe 33 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs With Menus
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               RIDDICK BOWE 33 fights on 7 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Riddick Bowe vs Brennin (AM)
Riddick Bowe vs Hollis (AM)
Riddick Bowe vs L. Lewis (AM)
 
 
 
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Riddick Bowe vs Holyfield II
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Riddick Bowe vs Walcott
Riddick Bowe vs Salters
Riddick Bowe vs Hrivnak
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Riddick Bowe vs Golota I
Riddick Bowe vs Golota II
Riddick Bowe vs Marin
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Riddick Bowe vs Dokes
Riddick Bowe vs Biggs
Riddick Bowe vs Brown
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Riddick Bowe vs Holyfield I
Riddick Bowe vs Holyfield III
Riddick Bowe vs Seldon
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Riddick Bowe vs Gonzalez
Riddick Bowe vs Tubbs
Riddick Bowe vs Thomas
Riddick Bowe vs Mathis Jr.
 
 
 
 
 
Riddick Lamont Bowe (born august 10, 1967) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1989 to 1996 , and from 2004 to 2008. He reigned as the undisputed world heavyweight champion in 1992, and as an amateur he won a silver medal in the super heavyweight division at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
 
After turning professional in 1989, Bowe went on to become a two time world heavyweight champion. In 1992 he won the undisputed WBA, WBC, and IBF titles by defeating then unbeaten former undisputed cruiserweight champion Evander Holyfield. Bowe vacated the WBC title later that year in protest, instead of defending the title against their number one contender, Lennox Lewis. This left the undisputed championship fragmented until 1999. In a rematch with Holyfield in 1993, Bowe narrowly lost the WBA and IBF titles in what would be his only professional defeat.
 
He later regained a portion of the world heavyweight championship in 1995, defeating Herbie Hide for the then fledgling WBO title. In doing so, Bowe became the first boxer in history to win the tiltes of all four major sanctioning bodies, the WBA, WBC, IBF, and WBO, and remains the only heavyweight to do so. Later that year, Bowe vacated the WBO title in order to fight Holyfield for a third time, and won decisively by being the first boxer to stop Holyfield. 1996 saw Bowe engage in two brutal slugfests with Andrew Golota, both of which ended controversially when Golota repeatedly hit Bowe with low blows.
 
Bowe retired from the sport after the Golota fights, making a low key return in 2004, but has been inactive since 2008. In a 2010 article by BoxingScene, Bowe was ranked the 21st greatest heavyweight of all time. In 2015, he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
 
Early years
Bowe was born on August 10, 1967, the twelfth of his mother Dorothy Bowe's thirteen children. Bowe was born and raised in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. His brother Henry died of Aids, and his sister Brenda was stabbed to death by a drug addict during an attempted robbery.
 
Amateur boxing career
As an amateur, Bowe won the prestigious New York Golden Gloves Championship and other tournaments. In 1984, age 17, he knocked out opponent James Smith in just 4 seconds. In 1985, at the National Golden Gloves championships, he lost to Fort Worth heavyweight Donald Stephens. Bowe won the silver medal in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, losing a controversial match in the finals to future world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis. Bowe had a dominant first round, landing 33 of 94 punches thrown (34%) while Lewis landed 14 of 67 (21%). In the first round the referee from East Germany gave Bowe two cautions for headbutts and deducted a point for a third headbutt, although replay clearly showed there was no headbutt. Commentator Ferdie Pacheco disagreed with the deduction, saying they did not his heads. In the second round, Lewis landed several hard punches. The referee gave Bowe two standing eight counts and waved the fight off after the second one, even though Bowe seemed able to continue. Pacheco disagreed with the stoppage, calling it "very strange."
 
New York Golden Gloves Championships
Bowe won four New York Golden Gloves Championships. Bowe won the 1985 178 lb Novice Championship, 1986 178 lb Open Championship and the 1987 and 1988 Super Heavyweight Open Championship. Bowe trained at the Bed-Stuy BA.
 
Professional Boxing career
Bowe turned professional after his Olympic loss. Highly regarded trainer Eddie Futch took on the job of developing Bowe as he saw the talent. Eddie would say that Bowe had more potential than any boxer he had ever trained.
 
Bowe turned professional in March 1989, and knocked out Lionel Butler. His then manager, Rock Newman kept Bowe active, fighting 13 times in 1989, beating journeymen, the most notable being Garing Lane whom he beat twice. In September 1990, Bowe made his first step up in class, fighting faded ex-champion Pinklon Thomas, who he dominated until Thomas gave up after eight rounds.
 
 
 
Riddick Bowe vs Butler
Riddick Bowe vs E. Lewis
Riddick Bowe vs Acey
Riddick Bowe vs Card
Riddick Bowe vs Contreras
 
 
 
 
 
Riddick Bowe vs Miroshnichenko
Riddick Bowe vs Tillery I
Riddick Bowe vs Martin
Riddick Bowe vs Hide
 
 
 
 
 
Riddick Bowe vs Coetzer
Riddick Bowe vs Ferguson
Riddick Bowe vs Tillery II