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Evander Holyfield 40 Career Boxing Fights On 21 DVDs With Motion Menus
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      EVANDER HOLYFIELD 40 fights on 21 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Evander Holyfield vs Qawi I
Evander Holyfield vs Qawi II
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Evander Holyfield vs Ruiz I
Evander Holyfield vs Ruiz II
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EVANDER HOLYFIELD 40 fights on 21 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 8
Evander Holyfield vs Bowe III
Evander Holyfield vs Czyz
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Evander Holyfield vs Foreman
Evander Holyfield vs Cooper
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Evander Holyfield vs Rodrigues
Evander Holyfield vs Stewart I
Evander Holyfield vs McDonagh
Evander Holyfield vs Douglas
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Evander Holyfield vs Stewart II
Evander Holyfield vs Bowe II
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Evander Holyfield vs Moorer II
Evander Holyfield vs V. Bean
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Evander Holyfield vs Tillis
Evander Holyfield vs Thomas
Evander Holyfield vs Dokes
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Evander Holyfield vs Holmes
Evander Holyfield vs Bowe I
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Evander Holyfield vs Moorer I
Evander Holyfield vs Mercer
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Evander Holyfield vs Tyson I
Evander Holyfield vs Tyson II
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Evander Holyfield vs Lewis I
Evander Holyfield vs Lewis II
Fights Boxing DVD 21
Evander Holyfield: Chasing Tyson
Evander Holyfield: Beyong The Glory
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Evander Holyfield vs Ruiz III
Evander Holyfield vs Rahman
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Evander Holyfield vs Byrd
Evander Holyfield vs Toney
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Evander Holyfield vs Donald
Evander Holyfield vs Bates
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Evander Holyfield vs Oquendo
Evander Holyfield vs Maddalone
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Evander Holyfield vs Savarese
Fights Boxing DVD 18
Evander Holyfield vs Ibragimov
Fights Boxing DVD 19
Evander Holyfield vs Valuev
Evander Holyfield vs Botha
Fights Boxing DVD 20
Evander Holyfield vs Williams


Both he and his next opponent, Tyrone Booze, moved up to the cruiserweight division for their fight on July 20th, 1985, in Norfolk Virginia. Evander Holyfield won an eight-round decision over Booze. He then went on to knock out Rick Myers in the first round on August 29th in his hometown of Atlanta. On October 30th in Atlantic City, Holyfield knocked out opponent Jeff Meachem in five rounds, and his land fight for 1985 was against Anthony Davis on December 21st in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He won by knocking out Davis in the fourth round.

He began 1986 with a knockout in three rounds over former world cruiserweight challenger Chisanda Mutti, and proceeded to beat Jessy Shelby and Terry Mis before being given a world title try by the WBA Cruiserweight Champion Dwight Muhammad Qawi. In what was called by The Ring as the best cruiserweight bout of the 1980s, Holyfield became world champion by defeating Qawi by a narrow 15 round split decision. He culminated 1986 with a trip to Paris, France where he beat Mike Brothers by a knockout in three, in a non-title bout.

In 1987, he defended his title against former Olympic teammate and Gold medal winner Henry Tillma, who had beaten Mike Tyson twice as an amateur. He retained his belt, winning by seventh-round knocout, and then went on to unify by WBA belt with the IBF belt held by Ricky Parkey, knocking Parkey out in three rounds. For his next bout, he returned to France, where he retained the title with an eleven-round knockout against former world champion ossie Ocasio. In his last fight of 1987, he offered Muhammad Qawi a rematch and, this time, he beat Qawi by a knockout in only four rounds.

In 1988 was another productive year for Holyfield; he started by becoming the first universally recognized World Cruiserweight Champion after defeating the Lineal and WBC Champion Carlos De Leon at Las Vegas. The fight was stopped after eight rounds.


Main articles: Evander Holyfield vs. James Tillis, Evander Holyfield vs Pinklon Thomas, Michael Dokes vs. Evander Holyfield, Evander Holyfield vs. Adilson Rodrigues, Evander Holyfield vs. Alex Stewart, and Evander Holyfield vs. Seamus McDonagh

After that fight, he announced he was moving up in weight to pursue he World Heavyweight Championship held by Tyson. His first fight as a Heavyweight took place on July 16th, when he beat former Tyson rival James "Quick" Tillis by a knockout in five, in Lake Tahoe, Nevada (Tillis had gone the distance with Tyson). For his third and final bout of 1988, he beat former Heavyweight Champion Pinklon Thomas, also by knockout, in seven rounds.

Holyfield began 1989 meeting another former Heavyweight Champion, Michael Dokes. This fight was named one of the best fights of the 1980s by Ring Magazine, as best heavyweight bout of the 1980s. Holyfield won by a knockout in the 10th round, and then he met Brazilian Champion Adilson Rodrigues, who lasted two rounds. His last fight of the 1980s was against Alex Stewart, a hard punching fringe contender. Stewart shocked Holyfield early, with quick, hard punches, but eventually fell in eight.

In 1990, Holyfield beat Seamus McDonah, knocking him out in four rounds. By this time, Holyfield had been Ring Magazine's number one contender for two years and had yet to receive a shot at Tyson's Heavyweight title.

Undisputed heavyweight champion

Holyfield had been promised a title shot against Tyson in 1990. Before that fight could occur, in what many consider to be the biggest upset in boxing history, relatively unknown boxer, a 29-year-old, 231 lb. Mike Tyson in 10 rounds in Tokyo to become the new undisputed heavyweight champion. Instead of fighting Tyson, Holyfield was Douglas's first title defense.