Antonio Tarver 26 Career Boxing Fights On 14 DVDs With Menus
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           ANTONIO TARVER 26 fights on 14 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Antonio Tarver vs Stewart (AM, HL)
Antonio Tarver vs Burrell
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ANTONIO TARVER 26 fights on 14 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 14
Antonio Tarver vs Banks
Antonio Tarver vs Cunningham
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Antonio Tarver vs Rivera
Antonio Tarver vs Gannon
Antonio Tarver vs Mateen
Antonio Tarver vs C. Johnson
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Antonio Tarver vs R. Johnson
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Antonio Tarver vs Harding II
Antonio Tarver vs Griffin
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Antonio Tarver vs Jones I
Antonio Tarver vs Jones II
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Antonio Tarver vs G. Johnson I
Antonio Tarver vs G. Johnson II
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Antonio Tarver vs Jones III
Antonio Tarver vs Hopkins
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Antonio Tarver vs Muriqi
Antonio Tarver vs Santiago
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Antonio Tarver vs Woods
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Antonio Tarver vs Dawson I
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Antonio Tarver vs Dawson II
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Antonio Tarver vs Aguilera
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Antonio Tarver vs Kayode
Antonio Tarver vs Sheppard
Antonio Tarver vs Gross
Antonio Tarver vs Francis I
Antonio Tarver vs Oliver

Antonio Deon Tarver (born November 21, 1968) is an American professional boxer. He is a multiple time light heavyweight world champion, having held the WBA (Super), WBC (twice), IBF (twice and The Ring magazine titles (twice), as well the IBO light heavyweight (three times) and cruiserweight titles.


Rise in popularity

Tarver became a mainstream celebrity after his rematch win over Jones, making appearances at late-night shows, appearing on the cover of both Ring and KO Magazine, being spotted by television cameras as a spectator at various boxing fights, and co-hosting ESPN’s “Friday Night Fights” for one telecast.


Tarver vs Johnson I & II

Later in 2004, the WBC decided to strip Tarver of the world title after he decided against fighting their mandatory challenger, instead choosing to fight IBF title holder Glen Johnson December 18 in Temecula, California; Tarver had already been removed as Super Champion by the WBA in their July rankings. Interestingly, Johnson himself had been stripped of his IBF title before the bout with Tarver for not fighting his mandatory challenger. Both fighters were celebrated for their decision to fight each other rather than bow to the pressure from what has become known as “The Alphabet Soup” sanctioning bodies (WBC, WBA, WBO, and IBF).


Tarver, considered a favorite to win the fight, suffered an upset loss to Johnson by way of a split decision in a fight that he did not appear to be in top shape for. Tarver avenged the loss six months later with a unanimous decision, out-boxing and out-working the aggressive Johnson at the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tennessee to regain The Ring championship.


Rubber match against Jones

In their third fight, Tarver won a unanimous decision over Roy Jones Jr. on October 1, 2005 in Tampa, Florida, almost knocking Jones down in the 11th round but also finding himself in trouble at times during the fight.


Tarver vs Hopkins

On June 10, 2006, Tarver faced former undisputed world middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins for Tarver’s The Ring title at The Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Hopkins, a 3-to-1 underdog, dominated the fight, outboxing Tarver to win a unanimous decision. The fight was scored 118-109 by all three judges. Tarver was knocked down in the 5th round. As a result of a clause in the fight contract, Tarver was forced to pay $250,000 to a charity of Hopkins’ choice since he did not knock Hopkins out before the fifth round. Tarver’s record would now stand at 24 wins and 4 losses, with 18 wins coming by way of knockout.


Return to the ring

Tarver returned to the ring nearly one year after his loss to Hopkins, defeating Albanian fighter Elvir Muriqi on June 9, 2007 by way of a majority decision. In his next fight, held at Foxwoods Resort Casino on December 1, 2007, Tarver registered a win over Danny Santiago by way of a 4th round TKO.


Tarver then regained the IBF title by outpointing Clinton woods.


Tarver vs Dawson I & II

On October 11, 2008, Tarver faced rising star Chad Dawson for Tarver’s IBF title. The fight took place at Palms Casino in Las Vegas. Tarver lost the fight via unanimous decision, with wide margins of 118-109 and 117-110 (twice). The outcome was not disputed.