Dwight Muhammad Qawi 20 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs with menus
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DWIGHT MUHAMMAD QAWI 20 fights on 7 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Rossman
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Scott
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Muhammad I
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DWIGHT MUHAMMAD QAWI 20 fights on 7 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Salerno
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Louis
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Lainhart
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Miller
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Martin
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Muhammad II
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Davis I
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs M. Spinks
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Davis II
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Greer
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Crous (HL)
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs L. Spinks
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Holyfield I
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Murphy
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Holyfield II
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Foreman
Dwight Muhammad Qawi vs Hunter
Dwight Muhammad Qawi
Born Dwight Braxton on January 5, 1953 in Baltimore, Maryland. He began sharpening his boxing skills during a stint at Rahway State Prison and upon release in March 1978, he began training at Joe Frazier’s Gym in Philadelphia where he engaged in heated sparring sessions with tough Philadelphians including Bennie Briscoe.
With only one month of training under his belt and no amateur fights, the 5” 7” powerhouse turned pro in April 1978. At age 25, he wasted little time and soon met and defeated quality opponents. He defeated former light heavyweight king Mike Rossman and James Scott (in a bout held in Rahway) in only his 16th and 17th pro fights. In his next bout, December 19, 1981, the relentless Braxton stopped Hall of Famer Matthew Saad Muhammad via 10th round TKO to win the WBC light heavyweight belt. In the rematch held in Philadelphia eight months later, he again stopped Saad, this time in the 6th round. In 1982 he legally changed his name to Dwight Muhammad Qawi following his conversion to Islam. The win over Saad and successful title defenses over Jerry Martin and Eddie Davis led to a unification bout with WBA champ and Hall of Famer Michael Spinks. Spinks out-pointed him over 15 rounds, however Qawi was undeterred as he moved up in weight to next capture the WBA cruiserweight title from Piet Crous on July 27, 1985. After a title defense over Leon Spinks, he defended against Evander Holyfield on July 12, 1986 with Holyfield winning the 15 round split decision in an action packed thriller. Unsuccessful in a rematch 17 month later, he began campaigning as a heavyweight. Qawi would fight for the cruiserweight title once more dropping a 12 round bout to Robert Daniels in 1989.
Qawi would return for two victories in 1997 and lose his final match in 1999 at the age of 46. Since then he worked as a boxing trainer and has been involved in drug and alcohol rehabilitation in New Jersey. In 2004, Dwight Muhammad Qawi would be induced into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. His record was 41 wins, 11 loses with 25 wins being knockouts.
After going into an alcohol-rehabilitation program in 1990, Qawi has been sober ever since and now his passion is helping troubled youths at Lighthose. He said many of the kids that come to the center are 14 or 15 years old, some started messing around with drugs like Marijuana by the time they were six.
"I don't want these kids to be dependent on me, I want them to be independent", Qawi said. "Addiction has an impending doom affect. When you use, you are out of control."
Qawi said that although the kids are intrigued with the fact that he is an ex-world champion, they are more interested in the fact that he has been in their shoes and he can personalize his counsel to their experiences.
"They know that everything if for real because I am one of them," he said. "Rehabilitation is like going to train for a fight. You've got to get yorself ready, because your are training for the first day of the rest of your life."