Zab Judah 39 Career Boxing Fights On 17 DVDs With Motion Menus
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                     ZAB JUDAH 39 fights on 17 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Zab Judah vs M. Johnson
Zab Judah vs Denard
 
 
ZAB JUDAH 39 FIGHTS ON 17 BOXING DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 12
Zab Judah vs E. Johnson
Zab Judah vs Hernandez
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Zab Judah vs Baldomir
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Zab Judah vs Vester
Zab Judah vs Tszyu
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Zab Judah vs Millet
Zab Judah vs Quiroz
Zab Judah vs Green
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Zab Judah vs Negron (HL)
Zab Judah vs Torres
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Zab Judah vs Spinks I
Zab Judah vs Pineda
Zab Judah vs Martell
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Zab Judah vs Cotto
Zab Judah vs Vazquez
 
 
Zabdiel "Zab" Judah (born October 27, 1977) is a retired American professional boxer. He is a five-time world champion at light welterweight and welterweight, and is a former undisputed welterweight world champion.
 
Amateur Career
Judah began boxing at the age of six and compiled and amateur record of 110-5. He was a two-time US national champion and three-time New York Golden Gloves Champion. He also won the 1996 PAL National Championship. Judah beat Ishe Smith and Hector Camcacho Jr., but lost to David Diaz in the finals of the Olympic trials, thus failing to qualify for the Olympic boxing team.
 
Professional career
Light Welterweight
Judah made his professional debut as an 18-year-old on September 20, 1996, in Miami, Florida and defeated Michael Johnson by technical knockout in the second round. Judah accidentally butted heads with Esteban Flores in a fight in March 1999. Flores was cut on his forehead, and the match was halted in the third round. The bout was originally recorded as a technical draw, but the result was changed to a no contest in May 1998. On April, 1998, Judah defeated Angel Beltre in the second round.
 
Judah then defeated Micky Ward by unanimous decision for the USBA Light Welterweight title. He successfully defended the USBA title by stopping Darryl Tyson in the eleventh round on October 15, 1998.
 
IBF Champion
Judah defeated Wilfredo Negron in January 1999 with a fourth round knockout to win the Interim IBF Light Welterweight title. On February 12, 2000, he defeated Jan Piet Bergman to win the vacant IBF Light Welterweight title. Bergman went down twice in the first round, but recovered in the second round, knocking Judah down. Judah knocked out Bergman in the fourth round to win the title. On June 20, 2000, Judah made his first title defense against Junior Witter in Glasgow, Scotland. It was an awkward fight for Judah, as Witter rarely engaged in an extended exchange of punches. Witter frquently switched between fighting right handed and left handed, making him an elusive opponent. Judah's consistent body punching slowed Witter down, and in the fifth round, Judah caught Witter with a staight left hand that hurt Witter and sent his mouthpiece skittering across the ring. Judah defeated Witter by unanimous decision.
 
Two months later, on August 5, 2000, at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, Judah defeated former IBF Light Welterweight Champion Terron Millett by fourth round knockout. Judah was knocked down in the first round from a left hand. Judah rose quickly, and from that point on he dominated the fight. Judah hurt Millett with two combinations near the end of the first round. In round two, Judah sent Millett down with a right hand to the chin. Millett survived the round, but he was clearly hurt. In round four, Judah charged across the ring and inflicted a series of blows on Millett, knocking him down again. Millett got up, but Judah continued his assault and knocked Millett down again. Millett rose at the count of four, but his legs were unsteady and the referee decided to stop the bout.
 
In his third title defense, Judah stopped Hector Quiroz in the eighth round on October 20, 2000, at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Auburn Hills, Michigan. On January 13, 2001, Judah defeated Reggie Green by tenth round technical knockout at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut. Judah had trouble landing punches effectively against Green for the majority of the fight, but in round ten, he knocked Green down with a left hook. Green beat the count, but Judah then ran across the ring and sent Green down to the canvas with a right hand, forcing the referee to stop the fight. On June 23, 2001, Judah defeated Allan Vester by third round knockout in his fifth successful defense of the IBF title. In round two, Judah put Vester down to the canvas twice. In the third round, Judah knocked out Vester with a left hand that connected on Vester's temple. Vester went down on his knees and nearly lost his mouthpiece. The referee stopped the fight right before the closing bell. The fight would set up a unification match between Judah and WBC and WBA Light Welterweight Champion Kostya Tszyu, who defeated Oktay Urkal on the undercard.
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Zab Judah vs Matthysse
Zab Judah vs Mabuza
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Zab Judah: Fight Night 36
Zab Judah vs Paris
 
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Zab Judah vs Khan
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Zab Judah vs Garcia
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Zab Judah vs Davis
Zab Judah vs Clottey
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Zab Judah vs Mayweather Jr.
Zab Judah vs Galvin
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Zab Judah vs Spinks II
Zab Judah vs Rivera
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Zab Judah vs Weis
Zab Judah vs Corley
Zab Judah vs Rangel
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Zab Judah vs Malignaggi
Zab Judah vs Crain
Zab Judah vs Salava
Zab Judah vs Ward
Zab Judah vs Villarreal
 
 
Zab Judah vs Sample
Zab Judah vs Bergman
Zab Judah vs Witter