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              KEITH THURMAN 10 fights on 6 boxing DVDs
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KEITH THURMAN 10 fights on 6 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
Keith Thurman vs Lora
Keith Thurman Jr. (born November 23, 1988) is an American professional boxer who currently holds the WBA welterweight title. As of June 2016 he is ranked as the world's best welterweight by BoxRec, the second best by The Ring magazine, and the fourth best by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board. BoxRec also ranks him as the world's fourth best boxer, pound for pound. Nicknamed "One Time," Thurman is known for methodically setting up his devastating power punches.
Amateur career
Keith Thurman was born November 23, 1988 in Clearwater, Florida to an African-American father and a European-American mother of Polish and Hungarian descent. Thurman's first amateur fight was in 1997. He was trained by the late Benjamin Getty who worked with Sugar Ray Leonard. Getty took Thurman under his belt as a child and helped shape him into the fighter he is today. Thurman is now coached by Dan Birmingham. Thurman finished his amateur career with 101 victories (76 KO's), he won 6 National Championships including the 2006 PAL National Championships. In 2007 he lost twice to world champion Demetrius Andrade at the Olympic Trials and won the Silver Medal.
Professional career
Early career
On November 9, 2007 an 18 year old Thurman debuted as a light middleweight against Kensky Rodney at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa, Florida in a scheduled 4 round fight. Thurman won via 1st round KO after a body shot floored Rodney. On August 8, 2008 Thurman defeated undefeated Jamaican Omar Bell (6-0), 4 KOs) via first round knockout following an uppercut and left hand. Thurman faced off against Francisco Garcia in April 2009. The fight lasted less than 3 minutes after an accidental clash of heads haled the fight and it was announced as a no contest. In November 2009, Thurman was taken the 8 round distance by Brazillian Edvan Dos Santos Barros (10-7-1, 7 KOs). The scorecards read 80-71, 79-72, 79-72 all in favor of Thurman.
On July 23, 2010 Thurman beat the undefeated Stalinn Lopez (7-0, 3 KOs), the fight was on TeleFutura. Over the course of the next few years, Thurman developed from being a 'puncher' to become a more well rounded 'boxer puncher'. On November 26, 2012 Keith brutally knocked 36 year old Carlos Quintana (29-3, 23 KOs) out in the 4th round to win the WBO NABO super welterweight title. Quintana anouunced his retirement from professional boxing after the loss.
Thurman vs Zaveck
On March 9, 2013 Thurman who had 19 wins in as many fights moved down to 147 weight and fought on the undercard of Hopkin/Cloud at the Barclays Center in New York. His opponent was 36 year old Slovenian Jan Zaveck (32-2, 18 KOs). Thurman won via unanimous decision after a one sided 12 round bout, all three judges scored it 120-108 for Thurman, who in the process also won the WBO InterContinental welterweight title. This fight was also a WBO Welterweight Title Eliminator. It was the first time Thurman fought in a scheduled 12 round bout and his first time to go beyond the eighth round.
WBA interim Welterweight champion
Thurman vs Chaves
On July 7, 2013 Keith Thurman won Interim WBA Welterweight title at the AT&T Center In San Antonio, Texas by knocking out Diego Gabriel Chaves (22-0, 18 KOs) in the 10th round of a very competitive fight. At the time of the knockout, Thurman led on all three cards: 87-83, 87-83, 86-84 thanks in part to a knockdown in round 9 which was the beginning of the end for Chaves. Thurman had been landing extremely strong body shots the entire fight and finally dropped Chaves with one of the same. The end for Chaves came after another hook to the body and a huge overhand right to the forehead. Thurman was never in trouble but absorbed some strong body work as well from Chaves. They traded close rounds early until Chaves really slowed around the 7th, opening the door for Thurman's left hook. On January 28, 2015 his Interim was elevated to the full WBA Welterweight championship.
Keith Thurman 10 Career Boxing Fights On 6 DVDs With Motion Menus
Overall Quality 10-10
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Keith Thurman vs Quintana
Keith Thurman vs Zaveck
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Keith Thurman vs Chaves
Keith Thurman vs Soto Karass
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Keith Thurman vs Diaz
Keith Thurman vs Bundu
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Keith Thurman vs Corner To Corner: Guerrero
Keith Thurman vs Guerrero
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Keith Thurman vs Collazo
Keith Thurman vs Porter