Lennox Lewis Stats

Professional Career Record

LENNOX LEWIS: Boxing Career

Born:2, September 1965, London, England
Height:6’5″
Weight:247 lbs
Managed By:Adrian Ogun
Record:Fights 43 – Wins 40 Losses 2 – Draw1 – KO 31

Career Highlights

  • 1988 Represented Canada at the Olympics, stopping Riddick Bowe to win the super heavyweight gold medal
  • 1989 (June) Turned pro
  • 1990 (October) Annexed the European heavyweight title
  • 1992 (April) Captured the Commonwealth title
  • Gave up the European belt after 3 successful defenses
  • Was awarded the WBC title after Bowe threw the belt in the trash can rather than face Lewis
  • 1994 Lost the WBC title in September against Oliver McCall, his only lost fight to date in his professional heavyweight boxing career
  • 1997 Regained the WBC title in February
  • 1999 (13 November) For the first time in over a 100 years the one and only undisputed heavyweight champion of the world resides in Great Britain, and for the first time since 1992, the heavyweight title is unified by Lennox Lewis.
  • 2001 (21 April) Hasim Rahman shocked the world with a stunning knockout over Heavyweight Champion Lennox Lewis, in what will go down as one of the biggest upsets in boxing history.
  • 2001 (17 Nov) Regained WBC, IBF, IBO belts by avenging his defeat with Hasim ‘Has-been’ Rahman in emphatic style becoming Three-time Heavyweight Champion
  • 2002 (June 8) Retained WBC, IBO titles with an eighth round KO of ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson after an initial setback of the fight. His legacy was truly sealed

Fight History

LENNOX LEWIS: Professional Career Record

» 2002

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
438 Jun“LEWIS-TYSON IS ON”, Mike Tyson, Memphis, USA
Retained World Heavyweight Championship title sealing his legacy.
KO 8

» 2001

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
4121 Apr“THUNDER IN AFRICA” Hasim Rahman , Carnival City, South Africa; Lost World Heavyweight Champion titleTKO 5
4217 Nov“REPEAT or REVENGE” Hasim Rahman, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas; Regained WBC, IBF, IBO becoming Three-time Heavyweight Champion of the World.TKO 5

» 2000

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
3829 Apr“TWO BIG” Michael Grant , New York, NY; Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion titleKO 2
3915 Jul“HOMECOMING” Frans Botha , London, England; Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion titleKO 2
404 Oct“ROYAL RAMPAGE” David Tua , Las Vegas, NV; Retained Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion titleW 12

» 1999

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
3625 MarEvander Holyfield; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleDraw 12
3720 NovEvander Holyfield; Lewis becomes undisputed Heavyweight boxing champion of the world unifying the WBC, WBA, IBF, IBO titles.W 12

» 1998

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
3426 SeptShannon Briggs, Atlantic City, NJ; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleTKO 5
3525 MarZeljko Mavrovic, Uncasville, Conn; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleW 12

» 1997

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
317 FebOliver McCall, Las Vegas, Nevada; Regained WBC Heavyweight titleTKO 5
3212 JulHenry Akinwande, Lake Tahoe, Nevada; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleWDQ 5
334 OctAndrew Golota, Atlantic City, NJ; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleKO 1

» 1996

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
3010 MayRay Mercer, New York City, NYW 12

» 1995

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
2713 MayLionel Butler, Sacramento, CaliforniaKO 5
282 JulJustin Fortune, Dublin, IrelandTKO 4
292 JulTommy Morrison, Atlantic City, NJTKO 6

» 1994

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
256 JunPhil Jackson, Atlantic City, New Jersey; Retained WBC Heavyweight titletable1TKO 7
2624 SeptOliver McCall, London, England; Lost WBC Heavyweight titleTKO 2

» 1993

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
238 MayTony Tucker, Las Vegas, Nevada; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleW 12
241 OctFrank Bruno, Cardif, Wales; Retained WBC Heavyweight titleTKO 7

» 1992

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
191 FebLevi Billups, Las Vegas, NevadaW 10
2030 AprDerek Williams, London, England; British Commonwealth Heavyweight titleKO 3
2111 AugMike Dixon, Atlantic CityTKO 4
2231 OctRazor Ruddock, London, England; Awarded WBC Heavyweight titleKO 2

» 1991

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
156 MarGary Mason, London, EnglandTKO 6
1612 JulMike Weaver, StatelineKO 6
1730 SeptGlenn McCrory, Kensington, EnglandKO 2
1823 NovTyrell Biggs, Atlanta, GeorgiaTKO 3

» 1990

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
0731 JanNoel Quarless, London, EnglandKO 2
0822 MarCalvin Jones, Gateshead, EnglandKO 1
0914 AprMike Simuwelu, London, EnglandKO 1
109 MayJorge Dascola, London, EnglandKO 1
1120 MayDan Murphy, Sheffield, EnglandTKO 6
1227 JunyOssie Ocasio, Kensington, EnglandW 8
1311 JulMake Acey, Mississauga, CanadaTKO 2
1431 OctJean Chanet, London, England; European Heavyweight titleTKO 6

» 1989

FTDateOpponent, Location, CommentsResults
0127 JunAl Malcolm, London, EnglandKO 2
0221 JulBruce Johnson, Atlantic CityTKO 2
0325 SeptAndy Gerrard, London, EnglandTKO 4
0410 OctSteve Garber, Hull, EnglandKO 2
055 NovMelvin Epps, Kensington, EnglandWDQ 2
0618 DecGreg Gorrell, Kitchener, CanadaTKO 5

Tale of the Tape

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Training & Trainers
Lennox stated to James Lawton of the Toronto Star on March 7, 1999:
“Muhammad Ali said it, and I know he is right now. He said the longer you go, the harder it is to go to camp. It is the hardest thing of all – much harder than going into ring. But the more you want something, the more you are ready to sacrifice.”
Arnie Boehm, Lennox’s first boxing coach
Lennox Lewis at the Toronto Atlas Sports and Fitness Center, the training facility owned by his olympic trainer, Adrian Teodorescu. Lennox is training for his upcoming fight with Evander Holyfield in the PowerSuit designed especially for him by Lebert Veira of Fitness Tech International. © HagenSand IT Inc. 1999
In September 1994, Lennox unexpectedly lost his WBC Title against Oliver McCall of the United States at Wembley Stadium in London. Realizing that he had lapsed into complacency, Lennox enlisted the help of World famous American trainer Emmanuel Steward of the Kronk Gym in Detroit. Renowned as the World’s top trainer, Emmanuel’s success stories include Tommy “Hitman” Hearns, Oliver McCall, Julio Caesar Chavez and Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield to name but a few.