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Evander Holyfield 40 Career Boxing Fights On 21 DVDs With Motion Menus
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      EVANDER HOLYFIELD 40 fights on 21 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Evander Holyfield vs Qawi I
Evander Holyfield vs Qawi II
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Evander Holyfield vs Ruiz I
Evander Holyfield vs Ruiz II
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EVANDER HOLYFIELD 40 fights on 21 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 8
Evander Holyfield vs Bowe III
Evander Holyfield vs Czyz
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Evander Holyfield vs Foreman
Evander Holyfield vs Cooper
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Evander Holyfield vs Rodrigues
Evander Holyfield vs Stewart I
Evander Holyfield vs McDonagh
Evander Holyfield vs Douglas
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Evander Holyfield vs Stewart II
Evander Holyfield vs Bowe II
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Evander Holyfield vs Moorer II
Evander Holyfield vs V. Bean
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Evander Holyfield vs Tillis
Evander Holyfield vs Thomas
Evander Holyfield vs Dokes
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Evander Holyfield vs Holmes
Evander Holyfield vs Bowe I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Evander Holyfield vs Moorer I
Evander Holyfield vs Mercer
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Evander Holyfield vs Tyson I
Evander Holyfield vs Tyson II
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Evander Holyfield vs Lewis I
Evander Holyfield vs Lewis II
Fights Boxing DVD 21
Evander Holyfield: Chasing Tyson
Evander Holyfield: Beyong The Glory
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Evander Holyfield vs Ruiz III
Evander Holyfield vs Rahman
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Evander Holyfield vs Byrd
Evander Holyfield vs Toney
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Evander Holyfield vs Donald
Evander Holyfield vs Bates
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Evander Holyfield vs Oquendo
Evander Holyfield vs Maddalone
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Evander Holyfield vs Savarese
Fights Boxing DVD 18
Evander Holyfield vs Ibragimov
Fights Boxing DVD 19
Evander Holyfield vs Valuev
Evander Holyfield vs Botha
Fights Boxing DVD 20
Evander Holyfield vs Williams

Evander Holyfield (born October 19, 1962) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1984 to 2011. He reigned as the undisputed champion in both the cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions, being the first and to date only boxer in history to do so, which earned him the nickname of “The Real Deal”. Holyfield is the only four time world heavyweight champion, having held the WBA, WBC, IBF, and lineal titles from 1990 to 1992; the WBA, IBF, and lineal titles again from 1993 to 1994; the WBA title from 1996 to 1999; the IBF title from 1997 to 1999; and the WBA title for a fourth time from 2000 to 2001.


As an amateur, Holyfield represented the United States at the 1984 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal in the light heavyweight division. He turned professional at the age of 21, moving up to cruiserweight in 1985 and won his first world championship the following year, defeating Dwight Muhammad Qawi for the WBA title. Holyfield then went on to defeat Ricky Parkey and Carlos de Leon to win the WBC, IBF, and lineal titles, thus becoming the undisputed cruiserweight champion. He moved up to heavyweight in 1988, later defeating Buster Douglas in 1990 to claim the undisputed WBA, WBC, IBF, and lineal heavyweight titles.


He successfully defended the undisputed heavyweight title three times, scoring victories over former champions George Foreman and Larry Holmes, before suffering his first professional loss to Riddick Bowe in 1992. Holyfield regained the crown in a rematch one year later defeating Bowe for the WBA and IBF titles.


Professional career

Light Heavyweight

Holyfield started out professionally as a light heavyweight with a televised win in six rounds over Lionel Byarm at Madison Square Garden on November 15, 1984. On January 20, 1985 he won another six round decision over Eric Winbush in Atlantic City, New Jersey. On March 13, he knocked out Fred Brown in the first round in Norfolk, Virginia, and on April 20, he knocked out Mark Rivera in two rounds in Corpus Christi, Texas.



Both he and his next opponent, Tyrone Booze, moved up to the cruiserweight division for their fight on July 20, 1985 in Norfolk, Virginia. Holyfield won an eighth round decision over Booze. Evander went on to knock out Rick Myers in the first round on August 29 in Holyfield’s hometown of Atlanta. On October 30 in Atlantic City he knocked out opponent Jeff Meachem in five rounds, and his last fight for 1985 was against Anthony Davis on December 21 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He won by knocking out Davis in the fourth round.


He began 1986 with a knockout in three rounds over former world cruiserweight challenger Chisanda Mutti, and proceeded to beat Jessy Shelby and Terry Mims before being given a world title try by the WBA Cruiserweight Champion Dwight Muhammad Qawi. In what was called by The Ring as the best cruiserweight bout of the 1980s, Holyfield became world champion by defeating Qawi by a narrow 15 round spit decision. He culminated 1986 with a trip to Paris, France, where he beat Mike Brothers by a knockout in three, in a non-title bout.


In 1987, he defended his title against former Olympic teammate and Gold medal winner Henry Tillman, who had beaten Mike Tyson twice as an amateur. He retained his belt, winning by seventh-round knockout, and then went on to unify his WBA belt with the IBF belt held by Ricky Parkey, knocking Parkey out in three rounds. For his next bout, he returned to France, where he retained the title with an eleven-round knockout against former world champion Ossie Ocasio. In his last fight of 1987, he offered Muhammad Qawi a rematch and, this time, he beat Qawi by a knockout in only four rounds.