Riddick Bowe 33 Career Boxing Fights On 7 DVDs With Menus
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               RIDDICK BOWE 33 fights on 7 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Riddick Bowe vs Brennin (AM)
Riddick Bowe vs Hollis (AM)
Riddick Bowe vs L. Lewis (AM)
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RIDDICK BOWE 33 fights on 7 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 7
Riddick Bowe vs Holyfield II
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Riddick Bowe vs Walcott
Riddick Bowe vs Salters
Riddick Bowe vs Hrivnak
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Riddick Bowe vs Golota I
Riddick Bowe vs Golota II
Riddick Bowe vs Marin
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Riddick Bowe vs Dokes
Riddick Bowe vs Biggs
Riddick Bowe vs Brown
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Riddick Bowe vs Holyfield I
Riddick Bowe vs Holyfield III
Riddick Bowe vs Seldon
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Riddick Bowe vs Gonzalez
Riddick Bowe vs Tubbs
Riddick Bowe vs Thomas
Riddick Bowe vs Mathis Jr.

Riddick Lamont Bowe (born august 10, 1967) is an American former professional boxer.


As an amateur he won a silver medal in the super heavyweight division at the 1988 Olympic Games. After turning professional, Bowe became a two-time world heavyweight champion, having first won the WBA, WBC and IBF titles in 1992 to become the undisputed heavyweight champion. His second reign as heavyweight champion was in 1995, when he won the WBO title. Bowe retired from boxing in 1996, but made a return in 2004. He has been inactive since 2008, when he won his last professional bout in Germany.


Bowe became the first fighter to knock down and defeat Evander Holyfield when he claimed the undisputed world heavyweight title in 1992. Holyfield won their rematch in 1993, handing Bowe his first and only professional loss. Bowe later became the first fighter to stop Holyfield, when he won their third match via TKO in 1995.


In a 2010 article by BoxingScene, Bowe was ranked the 21st greatest heavyweight of all time. In 2015, he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.


Early years

Bowe was born on August 10, 1967, the twelfth of his mother Dorothy Bowe's thirteen children. Bowe was born and raised in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn. His brother Henry died of AIDS, and his sister Brenda was stabbed to death by a drug addict during an attempted robbery.


Amateur boxing career

As an amateur, Bowe won the prestigious New York Golden Gloves Championship and other tournaments. In 1984, age 17, he knocked out opponent James Smith in just 4 seconds. In 1985, at the National Golden Gloves championships, he lost to Fort Worth Heavyweight Donald Stephens. Bowe won the silver medal in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, where he was stopped in two rounds by future world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis.


New York Golden gloves Championships

Bowe won four New York Golden Gloves Championships. Bowe won the 1985 178 lb Novice Championship, 1986 178 lb Open Championship and the 1987 and 1988 Super Heavyweight Open Championship. Bowe trained at the Bed-Stuy BA.


Professional career

Bowe turned professional after his Olympic loss. Highly regarded trainer Eddie Futch took on the job of developing Bowe as he saw the talent. Eddie would say that Bowe had more potential than any boxer he had ever trained.


Bowe turned professional in March 1989, and knocked out Lionel Butler. His then manager, Rock Newman kept Bowe active, fighting 13 times in 1989, beating journeymen, the most notable being Garing Lane whom he beat twice. In September 1990, Bowe made his first step up in class, fighting faded ex-champion Pinklon Thomas, who he dominated until Thomas gave up after eight rounds. The following month, Bowe knocked out Bert Cooper in two rounds, which added to his reputation and high ranking.


In March 1991, Bowe knocked out 1984 Olympic Super Heavyweight Gold medalist Tyrell Biggs. In Bowe's next fight, ex-champion Tony Tubbs appeared to outbox and outsmart Bowe in a close bout, only to have the judges award Bowe a unanimous decision. In August 1991, Bowe knocked out future world heavyweight champion Bruce seldon in one round. In July 1992 knocked out South African Pierre Coetzer in the seventh round of a world title eliminator.

Riddick Bowe vs Butler
Riddick Bowe vs E. Lewis
Riddick Bowe vs Acey
Riddick Bowe vs Card
Riddick Bowe vs Contreras
Riddick Bowe vs Miroshnichenko
Riddick Bowe vs Tillery I
Riddick Bowe vs Martin
Riddick Bowe vs Hide
Riddick Bowe vs Coetzer
Riddick Bowe vs Ferguson
Riddick Bowe vs Tillery II