Donald Curry 25 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs with menus
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              DONALD CURRY 25 fights on 7 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Donald Curry vs Ramsey
Donald Curry vs Finch
Donald Curry vs Viruet
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DONALD CURRY 25 fights on 7 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Donald Curry vs Nunn
Donald Curry vs Norris
Donald Curry vs Linton
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Donald Curry vs Starling I
Donald Curry vs Hwang
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Donald Curry vs Stafford
Donald Curry vs Starling II
Donald Curry vs Diaz
Donald Curry vs La Rocca
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Donald Curry vs Jones
Donald Curry vs Green
Donald Curry vs Baez
Donald Curry vs McCrory
Donald Curry vs Honeyghan
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Donald Curry vs Montgomery
Donald Curry vs Santos
Donald Curry vs McCallum
Donald Curry vs Aquino (HL)
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Donald Curry vs Rosi (HL)
Donald Curry vs Jaquot
Donald Curry vs Lally
Donald Curry vs Martinez
Donald Curry (born Donald Sample: September 7, 1961) is an American former professional boxer. He held the undisputed welterweight title as well as the WBC light middleweight title.
Amateur career
Curry's amateur record is usually listed as 400-4, but it is sometimes listed as 396-4 and 400-6. Curry thinks he might have had more than 404 bouts, but he is sure he had only four losses.
Professional career
Early Years
Curry, at age 19, won his professional debut with a first round knockout of Mario Tineo on December 26, 1980. "I didn't start thinking about turning pro until I was about 18," Curry said. "I didn't pay attention to the pro game. I couldn't have told you the names of more than two world champions, and they were Ray Leonard and Muhammad Ali."
With a record of 11-0, Curry knocked out former world title challenger Bruce Finch in three rounds to win the NABF welterweight title on May 5, 1982.
Curry fought future WBA/WBC welterweight champion Marlon starling for the USBA welterweight championship on October 24, 1982. Curry bruised his ribs during training and also had a lot of trouble making weight. He reportedly was nine pounds over the 147 pound welterweight limit less than a week before the fight. Despite these problems, Curry won by a twelve round split decision to unify the USBA and NABF welerweight titles and hand Starling his first pro loss. The win earned Curry the unified #2 spot in the rankings behind Milton McCrory for the welterweight title.
Undisputed welterweight champion
On February 13, 1983, Curry fought Jun-Suk Hwang for the WBA welterweight championship, which had become vacant after the retirement of Sugar Ray Leonard. Curry suffered a flash knockdown in the seventh round but otherwise dominated the fight and won by a lopsided fifteen round unanimous decision. Threee months later, Curry's older brother, Bruce, won the WBC light welterweight title. they were the first pair of brothers to hold world titles simultaneously.
After making his first title defense, a first round knockout of Roger Stafford, Curry had a rematch with Starling. Curry, mixing up punches to the body and head, stayed on top of Starling and pounded out a fifteen round unanimous decision to retain the titles of the WBA and the newly formed IBF, which elected to recognize Curry as their champion before the fight.
On December 6, 1985, Curry fought Milton McCrory, the undefeated WBC welterweight champion, to unify the welterweight titles. In the second round, Curry slipped a McCrory left jab and countered with a left hook to the chin that sent McCrory down. McCrory struggled to rise. When he did, Curry dropped him again with a solid right cross. Referee Mills Lane counted him out. Curry became the first undisputed welterweight champion since sugar Ray Leonard retired in 1982.
Curry's first defense of the undisputed championship was in his hometown of Fort Worth, Texas. His opponent was Eduardo Rodriguez, whom he knocked out in the second round with a left-right combination to the head. Curry was 25-0 with 20 knockouts, and many boxing experts considered him to be the best pound for pound boxer in the world.
Major upset
Curry's next defense of the title was against Lloyd Honeyghan of the United Kingdom on September 27, 1986 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Honeyghan was 27-0 and ranked #1 by the WBC.
Curry's training was disrupted by managerial issues. His managerial contract with David Gorman was to expire on September 30, 1986, and Curry announced tha Akbar Muhammad would become his new manager.