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MUHAMMAD 19 FIGHTS ON 5 BOXING DVDS
SAAD MUHAMMAD 19 fights on 5 boxing DVDs
Boxing DVD 1
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs M. Johnson I
Muhammad vs Royster
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Kates
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Fights Boxing DVD 5
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Qawi I
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Qawi II
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Charles
Saad Muhammad vs Maynard
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Matthew Saad Muhammad
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Lopez
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs M.
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Muhammad vs Conteh I
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Conteh II
Muhammad vs Pergaud
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs Lopez II
Saad Muhammad vs Mwale
Matthew Saad Muhammad vs V. Johnson
Muhammad vs Martin (HL)
Matthew Saad Muhammad (bornMaxwell Antonio Loach; June 16, 1954 - May 25, 2014) was an American
professional boxer who won the WBC light heavyweight title.
Muhammad's mother died when he was an infant, and he and his elder
brother were sent to live with an aunt. When he was five, his aunt
could not afford to look after both of them and she instructed Saad
Muhammad's brother to get rid of him. His brother took him to Philadelphia's
Benjamin Franklin Parkway and then ran away. Saad Muhammad was taken
in by Catholic Social services. The nuns gave him the name Matthew
Franklin (after the saint and the parkway where he was found). Matthew
lived in foster care until a couple from Philadelphia adopted him,
raised him, and took care of him like he was their own.
Muhammad was very popular in the late 1970s and early 1980s among
boxing fans because of his particularly action-oriented style. Saad
Muhammad was known for his ability to take punishment and mount comebacks,
and because of this, he was nicknamed Miracle Matthew.
Muhammad was also part of a group of world light heavyweight champions
who became Muslims and changed their names during his era as a light
heavyweight, the others being Eddie Mustafa Muhammad (born as Eddie
Gregory), and Dwight Muhammad Qawi (born as Dwight Braxton). Saad
Muhammad confirmed this in interviews following his boxing career,
stating that he was inspired to convert by Ali's conversion.
Saad Muhammad had a relatively short amateur career, consisting
of only 20 amateur bouts. He won the Trenton (NJ) Golden Gloves in
1973 and turned pro the following year.
Professional boxing career
Muhammad began to box professionally in 1974, with a second round
knockout win against Billy Early. He posted seven more wins that year,
before suffering his first loss, at the hands of Wayne McGee by a
decision in six.
In 1975, he had two wins and then he and McGee
fought again, that time around, resulting in a six round draw. In
1976, Saad Muhammad had a major step up in opponent quality: He faced
future world champions Marvin Camel and Mate Parlov, both of them
His first fight with Parlov, in Milan, was also his first
fight abroad. He beat Parlov by an eight round decision. He then beat
Camel by a ten round decision, but lost to him by a ten round decision
in a rematch. After returning to Italy for a rematch with Parlov,
he and Parlov struggled to a ten round draw.
He began 1977 by
losing to Mustafa Muhammad (then Gregory), but he quickly turned things
around by facing the future three time world champion Marvin Johnson,
for the United States Light Heavyweight title. In his first national
television exposure, Saad Muhammad ended up winning by a knockout
in round 12, obtaining the regional championship. Shortly after becoming
champion, he converted to Islam and changed his name to Matthew Saad
In 1978, the wins kept on coming: He won all four of
his bouts that year and defended the United States title against former
world title challenger Richie Kates and against four time world title
challenger Yaqui Lopez. The Lopez fight, their first of two, was considered
a classic by boxing experts, and Saad Muhammad survived a relentless
attack by Lopez to retain the belt with an 11th round knockout.
1979, Johnson had become world champion by defeating Parlov, and Saad
Muhammad felt he deserved a chance at the world title. So, on April
22, they met for a second time, this time in Johnson's hometown of
Indianapolis. This fight was also consdiered by many experts as a
Saad Muhammad classic, and has been shown on ESPN Classic's Classic