Milton McCrory

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Milton McCrory (born February 7, 1962 in Detroit, MI) was a professional boxer in the welterweight (147lb) division.

Amateur[edit]

Milton had a reported amateur record of 105-15.He lost in the 1979 National AAU finals to Lemuel Steeples and in the Olympic Trials to Johnny Bumphus.

Personal[edit]

McCrory is the brother of former champion Steve McCrory.

Pro career[edit]

McCrory trained under the legendary Emanuel Steward in the famous Detroit Kronk program. Known as "Ice Man", McCrory turned pro in 1980 an won his first 20 bouts, establishing himself as the unified #1 contender for the welterweight title at the time of Ray Leonard retirement. He won the vacant WBC belt - and became the first Kronk Detroit-born champion - in a rematch with Colin Jones, drawing with him in the initial matchup. He defended the title four times before losing the belt via KO in a unification match with Donald Curry in 1985. He later moved up to Light Middleweight and challenged Mike McCallum for his WBA Light Middleweight Title in 1987, but lost via 10th round TKO. He retired in 1991 after losing 2 of his last 4 fights. In his last bout, he scored a first round Knockout of Robert Curry.

Preceded by
Sugar Ray Leonard
(retired)
WBC Welterweight Champion
13 August 1983– 6 December 1985
Succeeded by
Donald Curry

Professional boxing record[edit]

35 Wins (25 knockouts, 10 decisions), 4 Losses (3 knockouts, 1 decision), 1 Draw [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 19-26 United States Robert Curry KO 1 06/04/1991 United States Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, Hawaii
Win 14-11 United States Mike Sacchetti UD 10 21/09/1990 United States Clarion Hotel, Saint Louis, Missouri 100-90, 100-90, 100-90.
Loss 18-4-1 Dominican Republic Joaquin Velasquez TKO 7 25/11/1988 United States The Palace of Auburn Hills, Auburn Hills, Michigan
Loss 31-4-1 Mexico Lupe Aquino MD 10 10/04/1988 United States Harrah's Marina, Atlantic City, New Jersey 92-95, 94-94, 93-94.
Win 8-5-3 United States Jerome Kelly TKO 2 19/11/1987 Canada Windsor, Ontario Referee stopped the bout at 2:58 of the second round.
Win 21-2 United States Herman Cavasuela UD 12 28/10/1987 United States Las Vegas, Nevada WBC NABF Light Middleweight Title.
Loss 30-0 Jamaica Mike McCallum TKO 10 19/04/1987 United States Pointe Hilton Resort, Phoenix, Arizona WBA World Light Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:20 of the tenth round.
Win 24-12 United States Rafael Corona TKO 1 07/03/1987 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan WBC NABF Light Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:45 of the first round.
Win 5-5-1 Dominican Republic Jorge Amparo PTS 10 26/11/1986 United States Showboat Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 27-2-3 United States Doug DeWitt UD 10 13/07/1986 United States Showboat Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada 99-92, 97-92, 95-94.
Win 19-2-2 United States Keith "Baby Ray" Adams UD 10 18/04/1986 United States Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey 9-1, 7-3, 10-0.
Loss 23-0 United States Donald Curry KO 2 06/12/1985 United States Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada WBC/WBA/IBF World Welterweight Titles. McCrory knocked out at 1:53 of the second round.
Win 19-2 Panama Carlos "Macizo" Trujillo TKO 3 14/07/1985 Monaco Stade Louis II, Monte Carlo WBC World Welterweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:03 of the third round.
Win 26-2-1 Dominican Republic Luis Santana TKO 3 26/05/1985 United States James L. Knight Center, Miami Beach, Florida
Win 18-0-1 United States Pedro Vilella UD 12 09/03/1985 France Palais omnisports, Bercy, Paris WBC World Welterweight Title. 120-112, 118-112, 120-112.
Win 20-2 United States Lloyd Taylor KO 4 04/12/1984 United States Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 23-2 France Gilles Elbilia TKO 6 15/04/1984 United States Detroit, Michigan WBC World Welterweight Title.
Win 17-1 United States Milton Guest TKO 6 14/01/1984 United States Sterling Heights, Michigan WBC World Welterweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 3:06 of the sixth round.
Win 24-1-1 Wales Colin Jones SD 12 13/08/1983 United States The Dunes, Las Vegas, Nevada WBC World Welterweight Title. 113-114, 115-114, 115-111.
Draw 24-1 Wales Colin Jones PTS 12 19/03/1983 United States Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno, Nevada WBC World Welterweight Title. 116-113, 114-116, 115-115.
Win 23-9 United States Victor Abraham PTS 10 10/10/1982 United States Detroit, Michigan
Win 19-2-1 United States Roger Stafford UD 10 10/07/1982 United States Phoenix, Arizona 98-92, 99-94, 98-93.
Win 56-6-2 United States Pete Ranzany UD 10 22/04/1982 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 38-7-1 United States Randy Shields RTD 7 23/01/1982 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 1-2 United States Arcadio Garcia TKO 3 19/11/1981 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 27-17-1 United States Rafael "The Rifle" Rodriguez TKO 7 13/08/1981 United States Twenty Grand Showroom, Detroit, Michigan
Win 12-1 United States Steve Hearon TKO 8 25/06/1981 United States Astrodome, Houston, Texas
Win 10-4 United States Joey Robles TKO 5 27/05/1981 United States Phoenix, Arizona
Win 13-4-1 United States Alejo Rodriquez TKO 5 25/04/1981 United States Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, Arizona
Win 25-13-1 Trinidad and Tobago Eddie Marcelle TKO 2 09/04/1981 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 15-7 United States Santiago Valdez TKO 2 19/02/1981 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 26-12-5 Dominican Republic Inocencio De la Rosa KO 1 29/01/1981 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 21-17-4 United States Alfonso Hayman TKO 3 12/12/1980 United States Detroit, Michigan
Win -- United States Doc Bryant TKO 1 02/12/1980 United States Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, Ohio Referee stopped the bout at 0:49 of the first round.
Win 1-1 United States James Dixon KO 5 22/11/1980 United States Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, Ohio
Win 26-24-2 Mexico Raul Aguirre KO 1 08/11/1980 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan Aguirre knocked out at 2:48 of the first round.
Win -- United States William Hodge KO 1 23/10/1980 United States Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan
Win 0-16 United States Chuck Spicer KO 1 16/10/1980 United States Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, Ohio
Win 0-5 United States Rodney Kennebrew KO 1 20/09/1980 Puerto Rico Hiram Bithorn Stadium, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Win 1-9 United States Calvin Straughter TKO 1 10/09/1980 United States Cobo Arena, Detroit, Michigan

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