James Toney 28 Career Boxing Fights On 16 DVDs With Menus
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             JAMES TONEY 28 fights on 16 boxing DVDs
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JAMES TONEY  28 fights on 16 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 1
James Toney vs Nunn
James Toney vs Dell'Aquilla
James Toney vs McCallum I
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
James Toney vs Wolfe
James Toney vs Stackhouse
Fights Boxing DVD 3
James Toney vs McCallum II
James Toney vs DeWitt
Fights Boxing DVD 4
James Toney vs Barkley
Fights Boxing DVD 5
James Toney vs Hembrick I
James Toney vs Littles
Fights Boxing DVD 6
James Toney vs Jones Jr.
James Toney vs Griffin I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
James Toney vs Oliver
James Toney vs Griffin II
Fights Boxing DVD 8
James Toney vs McCallum III
Fights Boxing DVD 9
James Toney vs Washington
James Toney vs McGroom
James Toney vs C. Butler
Fights Boxing DVD 10
James Toney vs Asipeli
Fights Boxing DVD 11
James Toney vs Robinson
James Toney vs Jirov
Fights Boxing DVD 12
James Toney vs Holyfield
James Toney vs Booker
Fights Boxing DVD 13
James Toney vs Ruiz
Fights Boxing DVD 14
James Toney vs Peter I
Fights Boxing DVD 15
James Toney vs Peter II
Fights Boxing DVD 16
James Toney vs Rahman II
James Toney vs Oquendo
James Nathaniel Toney (born August 24, 1968) is an American professional boxer. He is a former three weight world champion, having held the IBF middleweight, super middleweight and cruiserweight titles, as well as having challenged for the WBA and WBC heavyweight titles. Toney was voted by both The Ring magazine and the Boxing Writers Association of America as their "Fighter of the Year" in 1991 and 2003. In a career spanning almost three decades, Toney has fought in five weight divisions from middleweight to heavyweight, and has defeated eleven world champions. In 2010, Toney made a one time appearance in mixed martial arts, losing to Randy Couture at UFC 118.
Fighting style
Toney is well known for his "Old School" or "Throwback" style of fighting, consisting of his head and shoulder rolls (used to avoid punches), his ability to fight off the ropes, his slick body movements, and his infighting.
Early boxing career
Before entering the ring, Toney started on the gridiron. Toney said he got scholarship offers from Western Michigan to play quarterback and from Michigan to play fullback. But Toney said, "I wasn't a team player and wasn't good at taking orders. So I went into boxing."
Toney had a brief but relatively successful amateur career, compiling a record of 33-2 (32 KOs). Toney had his first professional fight on October 26, 1988, beating Stephen Lee by a technical knockout in the second round. He was scouted and trained by Gregory Owens as a teenager, who also was his trainer through the mid-nineties. His moniker of "Lights Out" was also given by either Gregory or his son. In his 7th pro fight, Toney's manager, alleged drug dealer Johnny "Ace" Smith, was killed. Afterwards, Jackie Kallen was hired as his manager. Toney also employed the services of legendary Detroit based trainer Bill Miller. Miller, a former boxer himself who worked in Detroit's famed Kronk Gym and assisted hall of fame trainer Emanuel Steward at times, is credited with developing Toney's famed "old school" or "throwback" style of fighting.
Middleweight career
Toney won the IBF middleweight championship by knocking out Michael Nunn in 11 rounds in May 1991. Toney - coming in as a 20-1 underdog - was down on all the judges cards, but landed a left hook that put Nunn on the canvas in the 11th round, and eventually scored the TKO victory. The win also earned Toney the Ring Magazine Fighter Of The Year award. Toney continued a regular fight program over the next 18 months at middleweight, before outgrowing the division, where he made several successful yet disputed defenses. The most noteworthy was Toney's split decision win over Dave Tiberi in a fight that many experts feel Toney lost. The decision was so controversial that it prompted United States Senator William Roth of Delaware to call for an investigation into possible corruption in the sport. Toney also won a split decision title defense against Reggie Johnson in June 1991, retained his title with a draw against former WBA champ Mike McCallum in December 1991, and again against McCallum, this time by a majority decision, in December 1992. The McCallum fight would be Toney's last as a midleweight.
Super middleweight career
Toney moved up to the 168 lbs Super Middleweight division.
On February 13, 1993, he challenged Iran Barkley for his IBF Super middleweight title. After a dominating performance by Toney, the bout was stopped after 9 rounds by Barkley's trainer, Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, due to Barkley suffering severe swelling around both eyes.
Toney won five fights throughout 1993, then defeated Tony "The Punching Postman" Thornton in his 1st title defense in October, via a landslide points victory. In his second defense, Toney beat the 24-0 Tim Littles by a 4th round KO. During this bout, Toney suffered a bad cut which caused the referee and ringside doctor to intervene before round 4, allowing him one more round to try to end the fight. His next defense was against former IBF Light heavyweight champion Prince Charles Williams.