Julian Jackson 27 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs With Menus
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              JULIAN JACKSON 27 fights on 7 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Julian Jackson vs Sepulveda
Julian Jackson vs Fox
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JULIAN JACKSON 27 fights on 7 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Julian Jackson vs Gutierrez
Julian Jackson vs Phillips
Julian Jackson vs Jones
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Julian Jackson vs Harris
Julian Jackson vs Drane
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Julian Jackson vs Norris
Julian Jackson vs Graham
Julian Jackson vs Milton
Julian Jackson vs Negron
Julian Jackson vs Collins
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Julian Jackson vs Tate
Julian Jackson vs McClellan I
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Julian Jackson vs Ayala
Julian Jackson vs McClellan II
Julian Jackson vs Cardamone
Julian Jackson vs Taylor
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Julian Jackson vs Aguilar
Julian Jackson vs Ford
Julian Jackson (born September 12, 1960) is a former professional boxer from Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Known as "The Hawk", Jackson is regarded by many as pound for pound the hardest puncher in boxing history and was ranked #25 by The Ring magazine in a 2003 list of "100 Greatest Punchers". He is a former WBA light middleweight champion and two time WBC middleweight champion.
In a career spanning 7 years, Jackson defeated four world champions in Eddie Gazo, Baek In-Chul, Buster Drayton and Terry Norris, as well as top contenders such as Herol Graham, Dennis Milton, Thomas Tate and Agostino Cardamone.
He currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Pro Career
Jackson turned professional in February 1981 and had many of his early fights in Puerto Rico, where he lived for a short period of time and gained a shot at WBA light middleweight champion Mike McCallum in August 1986. Jackson hurt the champion on a couple occasions in the first round, but McCallum came storming back with a barrage that forced the referee to stop matters in the second round.
After McCallum moved up to middlewight, Jackson got his second shot at the now vacant WBA title in November 1987 against Korean In-Chul Baek, winning in three rounds. Baek would go on to win the WBA super middlewight title a year later. Jackson made three defenses of his crown, against former IBF title holders Buster Drayton (TKO 3), Francisco DeJesus (KO8), and future three time champion Terry Norris (TKO 2). All these defenses were won with a single knockout punch.
Jackson then vacated his crown, moved up to 160 lb, and was matched against Herol 'Bomber' Graham for the vacant WBC middleweight title. Due to Jackson's retina damage which had required surgery, the British Boxing Board of Control did not allow him to box in the UK, so the bout was held at Torrequebrada Hotel & Casino, Benalmadena, Andalucia, Spain on November 1990.
Graham was putting on his typical savvy performance against Jackson: countering, slipping, and dancing out of the way. After being consistently beaten to the punch for three and a half rounds, Jackson unleashed one of the great right hands of boxing. Unconscious before he hit the canvas, Graham was revived only after five alaming minutes.
Defenses against Dennis Milton (KO 1), Ismael Negron (KO 1), and Ron Collins (TKO 5) ended quickly, but Thomas Tate wold make Jackson work longer and harder in their August 1992 incounter - Julian had to go to the scorecards for the first time in a title bout in winning a 12 round unanimous decision, scoring a knockdown along the way. At this point Jackson was in the middle of the pound for pound rankings.
Life after boxing
Julian Jackson joined the ministry, living in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. He continued his involvement in the local boxing field as a trainer and coach. He has two sons who are also top ranked boxers. Julius Jackson, a former Olympian, is currently professionally fighting at super middleweight with a record of 19-1 (14 KOs) as of March 8, 2016. Julius previously held the WBC USNBC title and the WBA Fedebol title. John Jackson, also a former Olympian, fights professionally at light middleweight with a record of 20-2-0 (15 KOs) as of March 8, 2016, and was ranked 2nd by the WBC at light middleweight.
Julian Jackson vs Roque
Julian Jackson vs Brown
Julian Jackson vs Warrior
Julian Jackson vs Ramsey
Julian Jackson vs McCallum
Julian Jackson vs Baek
Julian Jackson vs Drayton