Michael Spinks 22 Career Boxing Fights On 9 DVDs With  Menus
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Michael Spinks vs Klemke (AM)
Michael Spinks vs Brisbane
Michael Spinks vs Bethea
 
 
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 9
Michael Spinks vs Tangstad
Michael Spinks vs Cooney
Michael Spinks vs Tyson
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Michael Spinks vs M. Johnson
Michael Spinks vs E. Muhammad
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Michael Spinks vs V. Johnson
Michael Spinks vs Wassaja
Michael Spinks vs Sutherland II
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Michael Spinks vs Celestine
Michael Spinks vs Davis
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Michael Spinks vs Rivadeneyra
Michael Spinks vs Davis
Michael Spinks vs Sears
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Michael Spinks vs Holmes I
 
 
 
Michael Spinks vs Ronquello
Michael Spinks vs Lopez
Michael Spinks vs Taylor
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Michael Spinks vs Braxton
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Michael Spinks vs Holmes II
 
 
 
Michael Spinks (born July 13, 1956) is an American former boxer who was an Olympic gold medalist and world champion in the light heavyweight and heavyweight divisions. Nicknamed Jinx, which spawned the nickname of his right hand: The Spinks Jinx, he is the brother of former heavywight champion Leon Spinks, and uncle of Cory Spinks, a former welterweight and light middleweight champion.
 
After a successful amateur career, which culminated in him winning a gold medal at the 1976 Olympics, Spinks went undefeated in his first 31 professional fights, beating such opponents as Dwight Muhammad Qawi, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, Marvin Johnson and Eddie Davis en route to becoming undisputed world light heavyweight champion. Following ten successful title defences, Spinks moved up to heavyweight and as underdog beat the long-reigning IBF heavyweight champion Larry Holmes; in doing so, Spinks became the first reigning light heavyweight champion to win the heavyweight title.  In his final fight, Spinks was knocked out by Mike Tyson in 91 seconds, the only defeat of his professional career.
 
Spinks has been inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame and World Boxing Hall of Fame. The International Boxing Research Organization and Boxrec rate Spinks among the ten greatest light heavyweights of all time.
 
Amateur career
Spinks won the 1974 156 pound Golden Gloves Light middleweight Championship by defeating Wilber Cameron in Denver, Colorado and then took the Silver Medal in the National AAU 165 pound Championship Competition in 1975, losing in three rounds to Tom Sullivan in Shreveport, Louisiana. He rebounded to take the 1976 National Golden Gloves Middleweight championship with a three round victory over Lamont Kirkland in Miami, Florida, and that same year captured the United States Olympic Trials Middleweight Championship by defeating Keith Broom in Cincinnati, Ohio. He went on to defeat the Soviet Union's Rufat Riskiev to win the Gold Medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. Spinks finished with a 93-7 amateur record with 35 knockouts.
 
With the Olympics behind him, Spinks returned to work at a chemical factory in St. Louis, "scrubbing floors and cleaning toilets," as one source tells it. He had no big contracts awaiting him and, while Michael appeared to experts to be more promising of the two brothers, Leon was at that time the big shooting star, a television staple of ABC Sports, on his way to a shot at heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali. Michael had their mother to care for, and he was intent on helping Leon prepare for Ali. All of this pushed Michael's career to the back burner. It was Butch Lewis in 1977 who convinced Michael to turn professional.
 
Professional career
Early years
Spinks then turned professional with a win over Eddie Benson, knocked out in one round on April 17,1977 in Las Vegas. Spinks began with that, a 31 fight winning streak that would almost extend to the end of his career. After four more wins, Spinks finished '77 with the first fight that began a gradual ascent in opposition quality; an eight round decision over Gary Summerhays, a poular young boxer of the time.
 
In 1978, Spinks won two fights, including an eight round decision over former world middleweight title challenger Tom Bethea, in the same undercard where his brother Leon dethroned Ali as world Heavyweight champion in Las Vegas.
 
1979 saw Spinks get less than three minutes of baxing action inside a ring, with his only fight ending in a first round knockout of Marc Hans, but in 1980, Spinks took his ascent towards the top to another level, when he beat future IBF super-middleweight champion Murray Sutherland, David Conteh, and fringe contenders Ramon Ronquillo and Alvaro Yaqui Lopez (who challenged for a world title four times). Of his five wins that year, three came by knockout, Sutherland and Johnny Wilburn being the only ones who lasted the distance.
 
First world title
By 1981, Spinks was already a top ranked contender, and after beating former and future world light-heavyweight champion Marvin Johnson by a knockout in four rounds.