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Matthew Saad Muhammad 19 Career Boxing Fights On 5 DVDs With  Menus
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Matthew Saad Muhammad vs M. Johnson I
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Royster
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Fights Boxing DVD 5
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Sutherland
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Qawi I
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Mcintyre
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Qawi II
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Charles
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Maynard
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Grant
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Lopez
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs M. Johnson II
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Conteh I
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Conteh II
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Pergaud
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Lopez II
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Mwale
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs V. Johnson
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Martin (HL)
 
 

Matthew Saad Muhammad (born 16 June, 1954. In his first title defense, Saad Muhammad met former world champion John Conteh in Atlantic City. He retained the world title with a 15 round decision. The decision, however, was voided and a rematch ordered because Muhammad’s cornermen used an illegal substance to stop the bleeding from a cut. Muhammad retained the crown with a knockout in round four in the second bout. After defeating Louis Pergaud, he and Lopez met again, this time, with the world title on the line. Their rematch has also been shown by ESPN’s classic network several times, it was the fight of the year for 1980, according to Ring Magazine, and is still written about by boxing aficionados. Saad Muhammad was hit with 20 unanswered blows in round eight, but he recovered and dropped Lopez five times en route to a 14th round knockout win. “This was my toughest fight,” said Saad Muhammad of the fight, which some consider the closest Lopez ever came to a world title.

 

He then went on to defeat Lottie Mwale, Vonzell Johnson, future world Super-Middleweight champion Murray Sutherland and Jerry Martin, all in defense of his world title, before losing to Dwight Muhammad Qawi in December 1981. In yet another fight that would later be shown on ESPN’s classic network, Saad Muhammad lost his title when Qawi knocked him out in 10 rounds.

 

Saad Muhammad entered 1982 with a rematch against Qawi within his sights, and he defeated Pete McIntyre by a knockout in round two. The rematch between Saad Muhammad and Qawi came off in August, at Saad Muhammad’s hometown of Philadelphia. The second time around, Qawi won by a knockout in round six.

 

From there on until 1992, Saad Muhammad fought sporadically and with limited success. He had been confronting vision problems, and in 1986, he declared himself in bankruptcy. He did, however, fight in many countries around the world between the moment he lost the rematch to Qawi and the moment he retired for good. Among those countries were Australia, Spain, The Bahamas and Trinidad and Tobago.

 

MMA career

Saad Muhammad also took a turn in the forerunner of mixed martial arts in Japan, participating in the first UWF International (UWFi) event in 1991. Matched against Kiyoshi Tamura, Saad Muhammad talked a great deal at a lead-in press conference. He declined to say in which round he would knock Tamura out, but guaranteed a victory. Tamura submitted Saad Muhammad 34 seconds into the first round.

 

Retirement from boxing

Saad Muhammad retired from professional boxing with a record of 49 wins, 16 losses and 3 draws, with 35 wins by knockout.

 

In 1998, he became a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

 

Boxing trainer

Muhammad trained up and coming fighters out of Atlantic City, New Jersey and worked closely with former Indian Olympic boxing team heavyweight Gurcharan “The Guru” Singh. Singh was scheduled to fight in Slough’s Montem Lesiure Centre, England in October 2006 and was accompanied by Saad Muhammad, however due to injury to Singh’s knee he was unable to fight.