|Real name||Calvin Vance Brock|
|Nickname(s)||The Boxing Banker|
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Reach||77 in (196 cm)|
January 22, 1975 |
Charlotte, North Carolina
|Wins by KO||23|
Following his loss to fellow American Eddie Chambers, Brock was forced to retire from the sport of boxing, after receiving retinal damage in his right eye.
Brock is known not only for his boxing skills but also for his skill at handling money. Brock has a degree in finance from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and manages his own portfolio.  Brock — formerly a banker — received his nickname from a Bank of America ad, in which he was referred to as The Boxing Banker. 
At the 2000 Summer Olympics, he competed on the U.S. boxing team as a super heavyweight after narrowly beating one-time conqueror T.J.Wilson in the qualification. He was a teammate of future world champions Jermain Taylor, Jeff Lacy, and Brian Viloria, but he lost to Paolo Vidoz and did not win a medal.
Amateur record 147-38
Brock turned professional in 2001. Although he built an impressive record, Brock did not fight many top ranked heavyweights.
Three months later, highly rated contender Jameel McCline knocked down Brock in round 7, but Brock got up and won the bout by unanimous decision.
On November 19, 2005, Brock won his first title—the IBA Continental Americas heavyweight title—when he defeated journeyman David Bostice by unanimous decision.
On February 25, 2006, Brock was part of the Shane Mosley vs. Fernando Vargas undercard. He knocked out Zuri Lawrence in round 6 with a counter left hook that caught Lawrence flush and ended up being the Ring Magazine knockout of the year." 
Brock defended his IBA Continental Americas title on June 24, 2006 against undefeated Timor Ibragimov by unanimous decision. The fight occurred outdoors at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, where the temperature exceeded 100 °F (38 °C).
Brock finally earned his first world title shot as he took on IBF and IBO heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko in Madison Square Garden on November 11, 2006. However, he suffered his first professional loss when he was knocked out in the 7th round, dropping his record to 29-1.
In November he was edged out by Eddie Chambers in an IBF semifinal. During this bout, Brock suffered retinal damage in his right eye. As a result of botched surgery to repair the damage in December 2007, Brock became legally blind in his right eye, and forced to retire permanently from the sport of boxing. Brock can still see images of daylight in the right eye. After retirement, Brock, who has a wife and daughter, became a commercial real estate agent.
|United States Amateur Super Heavyweight Champion
Professional boxing record
|31 Wins (23 knockouts, 8 decisions), 2 Losses (1 knockout, 1 decision), 0 Draws |
|Loss||31–2||Eddie Chambers||SD||12||2 Nov 2007||Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma, Washington, United States||Second part of the IBF heavyweight title elimination tournament (Byrd-Povetkin / Brock-Chambers). Brock endured three minor puffs.|
|Win||31–1||Alex Gonzales||UD||8||2 Jun 2007||Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States|
|Win||30–1||Ralph West||KO||1 (10)||17 Mar 2007||American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States|
|Loss||29–1||Wladimir Klitschko||TKO||7 (12)||11 Nov 2006||Madison Square Garden, New York, New York, United States||For IBF & IBO Heavyweight titles. Klitschko suffered a cut over the left eye from an unintentional headbutt in the 6th round. Brock was knocked down in the 7th round.|
|Win||29–0||Timur Ibragimov||UD||12||24 Jun 2006||Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||Won WBC FECARBOX heavyweight title & retained IBA Continental Heavyweight title.|
|Win||28–0||Zuri Lawrence||KO||6 (10)||25 Feb 2006||Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||A counter left hook knocked Lawrence out cold and referee Jay Nady immediately stopped the fight as he hit the canvas. Ring Magazine knockout of the Year for 2006.|
|Win||27–0||David Bostice||UD||12||19 Nov 2005||Cricket Arena, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States||Won vacant IBA Continental Heavyweight title.|
|Win||26–0||Kenny Craven||TKO||4 (10)||25 Jun 2005||Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States|
|Win||25–0||Jameel McCline||UD||10||23 Apr 2005||Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States||Brock cut over left eye in round 1 and down from a left-right to the head in round 7.|
|Win||24–0||Clifford Etienne||TKO||3 (10)||21 Jan 2005||Reliant Center, Houston, Texas, United States||Etienne was knocked down once in the 2nd, and twice in the 3rd round.|
|Win||23–0||Wesley Martin||TKO||2 (6)||14 Nov 2004||Mountain High Casino, Black Hawk, Colorado, United States|
|Win||22–0||Willie Williams||UD||6||24 Jul 2004||Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States|
|Win||21–0||Terry Smith||UD||10||15 May 2004||DePaul Athletic Center, Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Win||20–0||Derek Berry||TKO||6 (10)||22 Jan 2004||Charlotte, North Carolina, United States||Berry suffers an arm injury and is unable to come out for the 7th.|
|Win||19–0||David Vedder||TKO||8 (8)||12 Dec 2003||Casino Del Sol, Tucson, Arizona, United States|
|Win||18–0||Ken Murphy||TKO||3 (?)||8 Nov 2003||Cricket Arena, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States|
|Win||17–0||Shane Swartz||RTD||6 (8)||29 Aug 2003||Sovereign Center, Reading, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Win||16–0||Marcus Rhode||KO||2 (8)||19 Jul 2003||Reliant Center, Houston, Texas, United States||Rhode was knocked out by an overhand right.|
|Win||15–0||Jim Strohl||TKO||1 (6)||7 Jun 2003||Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States||Strohl was knocked out by a counter right hand and was not able to beat the count.|
|Win||14–0||Shawn Robinson||TKO||1 (6)||4 Apr 2003||Fernwood Resort, Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Win||13–0||Jeff Pegues||TKO||3 (6)||23 Jan 2003||Convention Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States|
|Win||12–0||Franklin Edmondson||TKO||2 (8)||22 Nov 2002||Bally's Park Place Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States|
|Win||11–0||Leroy Humphries||TKO||2 (6)||13 Sep 2002||Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Win||10–0||Antonio Colbert||UD||6||27 Jul 2002||Beau Rivage Casino, Biloxi, Mississippi, United States|
|Win||9–0||Don Normand||TKO||2 (6)||25 May 2002||Lowes Speedway, Charlotte, Mississippi, United States|
|Win||8–0||Craig Brinson||TKO||5 (6)||7 Oct 2001||Grand Victoria Casino, Elgin, Illinois, United States|
|Win||7–0||Lewis Gilbert||TKO||1 (6)||2 Sep 2001||Silverstar Hotel & Casino, Choctaw, Mississippi, United States|
|Win||6–0||Rocky Gannon||TKO||2 (6)||18 Aug 2001||Cox Pavilion, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Win||5–0||Shawn Woods||TKO||1 (6)||17 Jun 2001||Sunset Station, San Antonio, Texas, United States|
|Win||4–0||Antonio Colbert||UD||4||1 Apr 2001||Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Win||3–0||Jeff Ford||TKO||2 (4)||23 Mar 2001||Texas Station Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States|
|Win||2–0||Benjamin Garcia||TKO||1 (4)||11 Mar 2001||Feather Falls Casino, Oroville, California, United States|
|Win||1–0||Zibielee Kimbrough||TKO||3 (4)||11 Feb 2001||Grand Victoria Casino, Elgin, Illinois, United States|