Joachim Alcine

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Joachim Alcine
Statistics
Real name Joachim Alcine
Nickname(s) Ti-Joa
Rated at Middleweight (160 lb)
Light Middleweight (154 lb)
Height 5 ft 11 in (182 cm)
Reach 73 in (185 cm)
Nationality Haiti Canada Haitian-Canadian
Born (1976-03-26) March 26, 1976 (age 38)
Haiti Gonaïves, Artibonite Department, Haiti
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 44
Wins 35
Wins by KO 21
Losses 7
Draws 2
No contests 0

Joachim Alcine (born March 26, 1976, in Gonaïves, Haiti) is a Haitian-Canadian professional boxer fighting out of Montreal, Quebec, where he now resides. He is a former WBA light middleweight world champion.[1]

Pro career[edit]

He defeated Jose Hilton Dos Santos on April 24, 2004, to win the WBA Fedelatin Light Middleweight Title, Fernando Hernandez on October 9, 2006, to win the NABA Light Middleweight Title and Elio Ortiz on May 28, 2005, to win the WBC International Light Middleweight Title. He has a professional record of 31-2 (with 19 wins by KO). On 2007-07-07, he became the WBA Light Middleweight champion after defeating Travis Simms by unanimous decision. He is now the WBO Inter-Continental Light Middleweight champion. He is currently a training and sparring partner of mixed martial artist and current Ultimate Fighting Championship Welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre.

On December 7, 2007, he successfully defended his title by TKO in the 12th round against Panamanian Alfonso Mosquera at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He lost the title to Daniel Santos on July 11, 2008, by KO.[2]

Comeback[edit]

Alcine returned on August 28, 2009, year to beat Eric Mitchell by UD in which Mitchell came in over the contracted weight of 158 lbs, but Alcine agreed to go forward with the fight without penalty to Mitchell. Mitchell was also penalized one point for holding in round 9.[3]

Then on December 5 Alcine beat Light Middleweight prospect Christophe Canclaux also by UD to win the WBO Inter-Continental Light Middleweight Title (vacated by Alfredo Angulo), Canclaux was penalized one point in round 2 for hitting behind the head.[4]

Angulo vs. Alcine[edit]

Alcine lost to top Light Middleweight contender and Interim WBO Champion, Mexican Alfredo Angulo. The fight was for the vacant WBC Continental Americas Light Middleweight Title and was a WBC Final Elimination bout.[5]

David Lemieux fight[edit]

In a huge upset, Alcine defeated Lemieux at the Bell Center, Montreal, on December 10, 2011. The fight was declared a majority decision over 12 rounds, awarding Alcine the WBC International Middleweight title. Most ringside observers thought Alcine totally dominated the fight.[6]

Alcine vs. Macklin[edit]

On September 15, 2012 Alcine faced Irish Brawler and two-time World Title Challenger Matthew Macklin (at the time 28-4, 19 KO's) on the HBO PPV Undercard of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Sergio Martinez for the WBC World Middleweight Title in the Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada. Macklin was coming off an extremely controversial split decision loss to WBA Super World Middleweight Champion Felix Sturm, and an 11th round TKO loss to Lineal Middleweight champion Sergio Martinez on St. Patrick's day. Alcine was knocked down twice and the referee stopped the fight with about 30 seconds left in the round giving Macklin a 1st round TKO victory. This was the fastest Alcine has ever been knocked out.

Professional boxing record[edit]

35 Wins (21 knockouts), 7 Losses, 2 Draws[7]
Res. Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Draw 35–7–2 Dominican Republic Delvin Rodríguez SD 10 2014-05-16 Canada Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec
Win 35–7–1 Mexico Jovan Ramirez TKO 3 (8) 2014-02-22 United States Celebrity Theater, Phoenix, Arizona
Win 34–6–1 United States Lawrence Hughes TKO 3 (6) 2014-01-24 United States Chevrolet Event Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City
Loss 33–7–1 United States Francisco Santana UD 10 2013-12-06 United States Chumash Casino, Santa Ynez, California
Loss 33–6–1 Mexico Omar Chávez UD 10 2013-10-19 Mexico Auditorio Municipal, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur
Loss 33–5–1 United States Julian Williams UD 8 2013-06-22 United States Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York
Loss 33–4–1 United Kingdom Brian Rose TKO 12 (12) 2013-04-20 United Kingdom Winter Gardens, Blackpool, Lancashire Lost vacant WBO Inter-Continental light middleweight title.
Loss 33–3–1 United Kingdom Matthew Macklin KO 1 (10) 2012-09-15 United States Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 33–2–1 Canada David Lemieux MD 12 2011-12-10 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec Win WBC International middleweight title.
Draw 32–2–1 Mexico Jose Medina SD 8 2011-08-20 United States Mechanics Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts
Loss 32–2 Mexico Alfredo Angulo TKO 1 (12) 2010-07-19 United States Agua Caliente Casino, Rancho Mirage, California Lost vacant WBC Continental Americas light middleweight title.
Win 32–1 France Christophe Canclaux UD 12 2009-12-05 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec Win vacant WBO Inter-Continental light middleweight title.
Win 31–1 United States Eric Mitchell UD 10 2009-08-28 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec
Loss 30–1 Puerto Rico Daniel Santos KO 6 (12) 2008-07-11 Canada Uniprix Stadium, Montreal, Quebec Loss WBA World light middleweight title.
Win 30–0 Panama Alfonso Mosquera TKO 12 (12) 2007-12-07 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec Retained WBA World light middleweight title.
Win 29–0 United States Travis Simms UD 12 2007-07-07 United States Harbour Yard Arena, Bridgeport, Connecticut Win WBA World light middleweight title.
Win 28–0 Dominican Republic Jose Joaquin Rosa Gomez DQ 10 (10) 2006-10-28 Canada Lac Leamy Casino, Gatineau, Quebec
Win 27–0 Argentina Javier Alberto Mamani UD 12 2006-06-23 Canada Uniprix Stadium, Montreal, Quebec For WBA light middleweight title Eliminator.
Win 26–0 Brazil Anderson Clayton UD 12 2006-02-11 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec Win NABA light middleweight title.
Win 25–0 Venezuela Marco Antonio Avendano UD 12 2005-09-10 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec Retained WBC International and NABA light middleweight titles.
Win WBA Fedecentro light middleweight title.
Win 24–0 Venezuela Elio Ortiz KO 10 (12) 2005-05-28 Canada Lac Leamy Casino, Gatineau, Quebec Retained WBC International and NABA light middleweight titles.
Win 23–0 United States Carl Daniels TKO 6 (10) 2005-04-09 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec
Win 22–0 Mexico Carlos Bojorquez TKO 7 (12) 2005-02-12 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec Win WBC International light middleweight title.
Retained NABA light middleweight title.
Win 21–0 Canada Stéphane Ouellet KO 1 (10) 2004-12-17 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 20–0 United States Fernando Hernandez KO 5 (10) 2004-10-09 Canada Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec Retained WBA Fedelatin light middleweight title.
Win NABA light middleweight title.
Win 19–0 Brazil Jose Hilton Dos Santos TKO 4 (12) 2004-04-24 Canada Pepsi Coliseum, Quebec City, Quebec Win vacant WBA Fedelatin light middleweight title.
Win 18–0 United States Darrell Woods UD 10 2003-12-20 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 17–0 Saint Lucia Bejamin Modeste KO 1 (8) 2003-11-22 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 16–0 United States Leonard Townsend UD 6 2003-05-17 United States Petersen Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Win 15–0 Guyana Wayne Harris TKO 3 (10) 2003-02-28 Canada Leonard-Grondin Arena, Granby, Quebec
Win 14–0 Canada Brooke Wellby TKO 3 (12) 2002-09-06 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec Win vacant Canada light middleweight title.
Win 13–0 Venezuela Marcos Primera UD 12 2002-05-25 United States Lowes Speedway, Charlotte, North Carolina Win vacant IBA & vacant IBA America's light middleweight titles.
Win 12–0 Barbados Christopher Henry UD 8 2002-02-01 Canada Hershey Centre, Mississauga, Ontario
Win 11–0 Puerto Rico Jose Aponte TKO 2 (8) 2001-11-30 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 10–0 Guyana Wayne Harris UD 6 2001-07-10 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 9–0 Colombia Alex Lubo TKO 1 (8) 2001-03-02 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 8–0 Canada Rob Stowell TKO 3 (6) 2000-12-15 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 7–0 United States Richard Hall UD 6 2000-06-16 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 6–0 Canada John Martinez TKO 2 (6) 2000-05-09 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 5–0 Guyana Denny Dalton TKO 3 (4) 2000-03-07 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 4–0 Guyana Leon Gilkes TKO 3 (4) 2000-02-15 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 3–0 Canada Jason Naugler MD 4 1999-11-19 Canada Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
Win 2–0 Canada Sylvain Hovington TKO 2 (4) 1999-10-29 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
Win 1–0 Canada Louis Bouchard TKO 1 (4) 1999-05-28 Canada Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec Pro debut for Alcine.

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