Jason Estrada

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Jason Estrada
Statistics
Real name Jason Moses Estrada
Nickname(s) Big Six
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 6'1"
Nationality American
Born (1980-11-30) November 30, 1980 (age 34)
Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 25
Wins 20
Wins by KO 6
Losses 4
Draws 0
No contests 1
Jason Estrada
Medal record
Men’s Boxing
Competitor for the  United States
Pan American Games
Gold Santo Domingo 2003 Super Heavyweight

Jason Moses Estrada (born November 30, 1980 in Providence, Rhode Island) is a boxer who represented the United States at the 2004 Olympic Games in the super heavyweight division. In 2003 he won the gold medal at the Pan American Games.

Professional career[edit]

Known as "Big Six", Estrada turned professional in 2004 and won fifteen of his first sixteen bouts, with one no-contest. His current record is 20-4. Jason makes his home in Providence, Rhode Island.

Jason lost by decision to 2004 Olympic Gold Medalist Alexander Povetkin on April 4, 2009 in Düsseldorf, Germany. Jason last fought November 10th, 2012 and is on a four fight win streak since he started his own promotional company Big Six Entertainment, LLC

Personal life[edit]

Estrada has one child named "Lennox". He owns Big Six Boxing Academy on Douglas Avenue in Providence, Rhode Island. Estrada is also part owner in the newly formed promotional company, Big Six Entertainment, LLC formed in 2011

Amateur career[edit]

  • Three time United States amateur super heavyweight gold medalist (2001, 2002, 2003)(set record for first super heavyweight to three-peat)
  • Three time National PAL amateur super heavyweight gold medalist (2001, 2002, 2003)
  • Three time National Challenge super heavyweight gold medalist (2001, 2002, 2003)(set record for first boxer to three-peat)
  • United States amateur heavyweight silver medalist (2000)
  • United States amateur heavyweight bronze medalist (1999)
  • Two time National Junior Olympics gold medalist, 165 and 201 lbs (1996, 1997)
  • National Junior Police Athletic League gold medalist (1997)

2003 Male Boxer of the Year by USA Boxing

  • Gold medalist at the 2003 Pan American Games (set record by becoming first Non-Cuban to win gold)

FIRST EVER BOXING OLYMPIAN FROM RHODE ISLAND (FOLLOWED BY DEMETRIUS ANDRADE IN 2008 AT THE BEIJING OLYMPICS)

Estrada's results as a United States super heavyweight representative at the 2004 Athens Olympics were:

Professional boxing record[edit]

20 Wins (6 knockouts, 14 decisions), 4 Losses (1 knockout, 3 decisions), 1 No Contest [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 38-21-1 United States Galen Brown TKO 5 10/11/2012 United States Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island
Win 20-6 Puerto Rico Alex Gonzales UD 8 29/06/2012 United States Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island 80-72, 80-72, 80-72.
Win 22-13-1 United States Dominique Alexander TKO 2 09/03/2012 United States Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island Referee stopped the bout at 1:29 of the second round.
Win 38-21-1 United States Joseph Rabotte UD 8 09/12/2011 United States West Warwick Civic Center, West Warwick, Rhode Island 80-71, 80-71, 80-72.
Loss 13-2-2 United States Franklin Lawrence TKO 9 29/01/2011 United States Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York WBC CABOFE Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:44 of the ninth round.
Loss 39-1 Poland Tomasz Adamek UD 12 06/02/2010 United States Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey IBF International Heavyweight Title. 113-115, 112-116, 110-118.
Win 24-14-4 United States Zuri Lawrence TKO 7 02/09/2009 United States Mohegan Sun Grandstand, Syracuse, New York Referee stopped the bout at 2:33 of the seventh round.
Loss 16-0 Russia Alexander Povetkin UD 10 04/04/2009 Germany Burg-Waechter Castello, Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia 92-98, 94-99, 93-97.
Win 20-4-1 United States Derek Bryant UD 8 29/11/2008 United States Twin River Casino, Lincoln, Rhode Island 80-72, 80-72, 79-73.
Win 13-8-1 United States Domonic Jenkins UD 8 29/08/2008 United States Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Connecticut 79-73, 79-73, 79-73.
Win 14-1 United States Moultrie Witherspoon TKO 7 23/05/2008 United States Twin River Casino, Lincoln, Rhode Island Referee stopped the bout at 1:38 of the seventh round.
Win 32-4-1 United States Lance Whitaker UD 10 04/04/2008 United States Twin River Casino, Lincoln, Rhode Island 98-92, 98-92, 97-93.
Win 20-7-1 United States Charles Shufford UD 10 25/01/2008 United States Foxwoods, Mashantucket, Connecticut 99-91, 99-91, 98-92.
Win 11-1 United States James Northey TKO 4 12/10/2007 United States Twin River Casino, Lincoln, Rhode Island Referee stopped the bout at the end of the fourth round.
Win 21-7 United States Robert "Big Philly" Hawkins UD 6 11/05/2007 United States Twin River Casino, Lincoln, Rhode Island 59-55, 60-54, 60-54.
Win 13-11-1 United States Zack Page UD 6 06/04/2007 United States Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Connecticut 60-54, 60-54, 60-54.
Loss 21-0-1 United States Travis Walker MD 8 17/11/2006 United States Soboba Casino, San Jacinto, California 75-77, 76-76, 74-78.
Win 10-7-1 United States Maurice Wheeler UD 8 23/09/2006 United States Connecticut Convention Center, Hartford, Connecticut 80-72, 80-72, 80-72.
Win 20-6-1 United States Robert Wiggins UD 10 18/05/2006 United States Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island 100-90, 100-90, 100-90.
Win 13-3 Cuba Yanqui Diaz NC 1 13/02/2006 United States Dunkin' Donuts Center, Providence, Rhode Island
Win 21-10-2 United States Najee Shaheed UD 6 23/11/2005 United States Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island 60-54, 60-54, 60-54.
Win 10-6 United States Earl Ladson UD 6 26/08/2005 United States Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island 60-54, 60-54, 60-54.
Win 7-7 United States Demetrice King UD 4 17/06/2005 United States Dunkin' Donuts Center, Providence, Rhode Island 40-36, 40-36, 40-37.
Win 1-1-1 United States Jerry "Ruffhouse" Simpson KO 2 01/04/2005 United States City Wide Fieldhouse, New Haven, Connecticut Simpson knocked out at 2:15 of the second round.
Win 3-3 Puerto Rico Joseph Kenneth Reyes UD 4 10/12/2004 United States Foxwoods, Mashantucket, Connecticut 40-35, 40-35, 40-34.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
T.J. Wilson
United States Amateur Super Heavyweight Champion
2001–2003
Succeeded by
Mike Wilson