Andre Berto 28 Career Boxing Fights On 13 DVDs With Motion Menus
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             ANDRE BERTO 28 fights on 13 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Andre Berto vs Gonzales (AM)
Andre Berto vs Noel (AM)
Andre Berto vs Coyle (AM)
 
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 13
Andre Berto vs Mayweather Jr.
Andre Berto vs Ortiz II
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Andre Berto vs Mayweather Jr.: Fighting For History
Andre Berto vs Mayweather Jr.: All Access
 
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Andre Berto vs Tubbs
Andre Berto vs Garcia
Andre Berto vs Prieto
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Andre Berto vs Figueroa
Andre Berto vs Bravo
Andre Berto vs Rivera
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Andre Berto vs Estrada
Andre Berto vs Trabant
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Andre Berto vs Rodriguez
Andre Berto vs Forbes
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Andre Berto vs Collazo
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Andre Berto vs Quintana
Andre Berto vs Hernandez
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Andre Berto vs Ortiz I
Andre Berto vs Zaveck
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Andre Berto vs Soto Karass
Andre Berto vs Chambers
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Andre Berto vs Guerrero
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Andre Berto vs Urango
Andre Michael Berto (born September 7, 1983) is a professional boxer who holds duel American and Haitian citizenship. He is a two time welterweight world champion known for his punching power, speed and intensity.
 
Early life
A second generation Haitian immigrant, Berto was one of seven children raised in Winter Haven, Florida. He was introduced to boxing by his father after getting beat up multiple times by classmates. Dieuseul, who competed professionally in mixed martial arts and taught the sport to Berto at a school in Winter Haven. For Berto, the sport of boxing became a solace to stay out of trouble in the rough community he grew up in.
 
Amateur career
As an amateur, Berto won a bronze medal in the 2003 World Amateur Championships. He was also a two time National Golden Gloves champion, a two time National PAL champion, a three time U.S. amateur championship medalist, and won 22 state titles in Florida.
 
2004 Olympics
Berto was an odds on favorite to breeze through the 2004 Olympic Trials and qualify as a member of the US Olympic boxing squad. Those dreams were dashed in the opening round of the trials, when he was disqualified for throwing Juan McPherson to the canvas. Berto was winning the fight, before McPherson bumped into him before being pushed to the canvas, and was deemed in no condition to continue. The act was ruled a flagrant foul, and Berto was disqualified. A protest was ruled in his favor, as he was declared the winner and advanced to the next round. Berto won that bout as well and prepared for the finals before a follow up meeting the night before reverted to the initial ruling, eliminating Berto from the tournament. Because his parents emigrated from Haiti, Berto was able to keep his Olympic hopes alive, qualifying for Team Haiti, and subsequently granted Haitian citizenship alongside his American nationality, an exception the island country awarded the Olympian. Berto lost in the first round to Zavier Noel of France.
 
Professional career
Welterweight
From December 2004 to October 2006, Berto won 15 fights, with 13 coming by way of knockout. On December 12, 2006, at the Alltel Arena in North Little Rock, Arkansas, Berto stepped up in competition and fought Miguel Figueroa. Berto put together a one sided destruction of Fgueroa, eventually forcing the referee to stop the fight in round six. He was named ESPN.com's 2006 Prospect of the Year. His next fight took place on February 17, 2007, at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, New York, against Norberto Bravo of The Contender. Berto defeated Bravo by first round technical knockout after Bravo was knocked down three times, triggering the three knockdown rule. On May 19, 2007, Berto defeated Martinus Clay by seventh round technical knockout.
 
On July 27, 2007, at the City Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. Berto fought Cosme Rivera. Berto was in full control until he was down for the first time in his career in round six. He was able to recover and open up a bad cut over Rivera's right eye in the seventh round. Rivera stood his ground in the remaining rounds to test Berto, but Berto won by unanimous decision. On September 29, 2007, at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Berto defeated David Estrada by eleventh round technical knockout to win the NABF welterweight title. Rounds three and eight were described by BoxingScene.com as "round of the year" candidates as both men went toe-to-toe with flush power shots. The end came when Berto dropped Estrada with an uppercut that was followed up by a huge right hand. Estrada made it to his feet, but could not defend himself as Berto attacked with more damaging shots that prompted the referee to jump in and stop the fight.
 
On February 9, 2008, at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in Temecula, California, Berto fought Michael Trabant in his first defense of the NABF welterweight title. Trabant stayed on the defensive for the entire fight with Berto landing a variety of punches from all angles. In the fifth and sixth rounds, Trabant was barely able to land a single punch, as he was frequently taking punches to the head.
 
 
 
 
Andre Berto vs Robinson
Andre Berto vs Benjamn
Andre Berto vs Galvan
Andre Berto vs Neal