Jermain Taylor 32 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With Menus
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            JERMAIN TAYLOR 32 fights on 13 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Jermain Taylor vs Hanshaw V (AM)
Jermain Taylor vs Macintosh (AM)
Jermain Taylor vs Usagin (AM)
Jermain Taylor vs Catic (AM)
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JERMAIN TAYLOR 32 fights on 13 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 12
Jermain Taylor vs Froch
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Jermain Taylor vs Spinks
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Jermain Taylor vs Rivera
Jermain Taylor vs Primera
Jermain Taylor vs Cervera
Jermain Taylor vs Cuevas
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Jermain Taylor vs Garcia
Jermain Taylor vs White
Jermain Taylor vs Brewer
Jermain Taylor vs Hill
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Jermain Taylor vs Martinez
Jermain Taylor vs Rios
Jermain Taylor vs Bunema
Jermain Taylor vs Marquez
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Jermain Taylor vs Pavlik II
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Jermain Taylor vs Hopkins II
Jermain Taylor vs Wright
Jermain Taylor (born August 11, 1978) is an American professional boxer. He is a former undisputed middleweight champion, having unified the IBF, WBA, WBC, WBO and The Ring titles in 2005 by beating Bernard Hopkins. This made Taylor the first boxer to ever claim each title from all four major boxing sanctioning organizations. He is also a two time former IBF middleweight champion, having won the title for a second time in 2014.
Taylor made his professional debut in 2001 and won his first 25 bouts, which included victories over former champions Raul Marquez and William Joppy. Taylor, who began boxing officially at age 13, earned numerous accolades throughout his amateur career, starting with his achievement of the 1996 Under 19 Championship. He went on to win a pair of Police Athletic League (PAL) Championships and National Golden Gloves titles and he finished second and third at the 1997 and 1998 United States Championships, respectively. In 1998, Taylor won a bronze medal at the Goodwill Games. Then, in 2000, he earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic boxing team, becoming the first boxer from Arkansas ever to compete in the Olympic Games. Competing at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, Taylor ended up winning the bronze medal.
During his reign as unified middleweight champion, Taylor won a rematch against Hopkins and defeated Kassim Ouma and Cory Spinks, as well as fighting Winky Wright to a draw.
Professional career
In December 2000, Taylor signed with boxing promoter Lou DiBella. Pat Burns became Taylor's trainer as a professional and Ozell Nelson became an assistant. He made his pofessional boxing debut on January 27, 2001, at Madison Square Garden in New York City against Chris Walsh. Taylor managed to knock Walsh down twice with his right hand and won his debut after forcing a stoppage with 16 seconds left in the fourth and final round. He went on to fight six more times in 2001, resulting in six more victories. Taylor continued his winning streak through 2002 and 2003, before defeating Alex Bunema on March 27, 2004. Taylor's next bout occurred on June 19, 2004 against former IBF Light Middleweight Champion Raul Marquez. Taylor controlled the fight by using his jab and right hand throughout the one sided contest. Near the end of the ninth round, Taylor landed a right uppercut that staggered Marquez. A follow-up right hand put Marquez down just before the bell rung to end the round. Soon after Marquez arrived to his corner, his trainer told the referee to stop the fight, resulting in a technical knockout victory for Taylor. On December 4, 2004, Taylor fought former WBA Middleweight Champion William Joppy in his hometown of Little Rock. For the majority of the fight, Joppy made the more aggressive Taylor chase him, while landing few punches and seeming more content to frustrate Taylor. Taylor landed several punches early in the fight and knocked Joppy down in the fifth round en route to a unanimous decision victory with scores of 120-107 from all three judges. In his next bout, Taylor fought Daniel Edouard on February 19, 2005. In the third round, Taylor landed a 10 punch combination that hurt Edouard to the point that the referee decided to stop the fight.
Fights with Hopkins
Taylor fought Bernard Hopkins for the Undisputed Middleweight Championship on July 16, 2005 at the MCM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. At age 40, Hopkins entered the bout with a record 20 consecutive successful title defenses and had not lost a fight in 12 years. Hopkins entered the boxing match as a 3-2 favorite to win. Taylor was able to successfully use his jab to control the first two rounds of the fight, though neither fighter was taking any major risks. He tended to move forward, while Hopkins was patient and waited for openings in Taylor's defense. In round five, a clash of heads opened a cut on the top of Taylor's head. In the tenth round, Hopkins hurt Taylor with two right hands that made his legs wobble and forced him to clinch. Taylor won the bout by split decision with two judges scoring the fight 115-113 for Taylor and the other judge scoring it 116-112 for Hopkins. With the victory, Taylor became the new Undisputed Middleweight Champion, winning the WBC, WBO, IBF, WBA (Super ) Middleweight titles and The Ring Middleweight Championship. Hopkins appealed the decision, but was denied by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Jermain Taylor vs Ibraimov (AM)
Jermain Taylor vs Walsh
Jermain Taylor vs Stubbs
Jermain Taylor vs Baker
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Jermain Taylor vs Joppy
Jermain Taylor vs Eduoard
Jermain Taylor vs Hopkins I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Jermain Taylor vs Ouma
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Jermain Taylor Countdown to Pavlik I
Jermain Taylor vs Pavlik I
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Jermain Taylor vs Lacy
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Jermain Taylor vs Abraham