Slobodan Kačar

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Slobodan Kačar
Personal information
Born September 15, 1957

Slobodan Kačar (Serbian Cyrillic: Слободан Качар; born September 15, 1957) is a retired Serbian boxer, born in Perućica near Jajce in Bosnia and Herzegovina, then SFR Yugoslavia. He won the Light Heavyweight Gold medal for Yugoslavia at the 1980 Summer Olympics. In the same year, Kačar was named as the best athlete of Yugoslavia. He is the younger brother of boxer Tadija Kačar, who won a silver medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics.

Professional highlights[edit]

Kačar turned pro in 1983 and won his first 21 fights, including a victory over Eddie Mustafa Muhammad to capture the vacant IBF Light Heavyweight Title. Kačar lost his next fight, a defense against Bobby Czyz in 1986 via 5th round TKO. Kačar retired the next year with a record of 22–2–0.

Professional boxing record[edit]

22 Wins (12 knockouts, 10 decisions), 2 Losses (2 knockouts, 0 decisions) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 21-18-2 United Kingdom Blaine Logsdon KO 2 15/05/1987 Italy Mestre, Veneto, Italy
Win 18-7-3 United Kingdom Danny Lawford PTS 8 25/04/1987 Italy Acciaroli, Campania, Italy
Loss 28-1 United States Bobby "Matinee Idol" Czyz TKO 5 06/09/1986 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States IBF World Light Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:10 of the fifth round.
Win 48-6-1 United States Eddie Mustafa Muhammad SD 15 21/12/1985 Italy Pesaro, Marche, Italy IBF World Light Heavyweight Title. 144-141, 145-143, 143-145.
Win 13-5 United States Clarence Osby PTS 8 10/10/1985 Italy Fano, Marche, Italy
Win 18-1 Jordan Ramzi Hassan UD 10 08/08/1985 Illinois Chicago, Illinois, United States
Win 16-7 United States Johnny "Reb" Davis PTS 10 14/06/1985 Italy Fano, Marche, Italy
Win 8-10-4 United States Danny Blake PTS 10 12/04/1985 Illinois Chicago, Illinois, United States
Win 5-9-1 United States Francis "Governor" Sargent TKO 4 25/02/1985 Illinois Chicago, Illinois, United States
Win 15-13-1 Zaire Pierre Babo Kabassu PTS 6 10/12/1984 France Bercy, Paris, France
Win 4-7-2 Uganda Peter Mulindwa Kozza PTS 8 26/10/1984 Italy Jesi, Marche, Italy
Win 17-18-2 Wales Chris "Lawman" Lawson KO 4 18/05/1984 Italy Pesaro, Marche, Italy
Win 3-7 Uganda Paul Muyodi TKO 3 18/04/1984 Italy Treviso, Veneto, Italy
Win 10-1-1 Cameroon Yombo Araka TKO 4 25/02/1984 France Paris, France
Win 5-3-1 Italy Yawe Davis PTS 8 08/02/1984 Italy Fano, Marche, Italy
Win -- Hilario Sanchez KO 2 06/01/1984 Florida Miami Beach, Florida, United States
Win 2-2 Cuba Enrique Nelson TKO 3 08/12/1983 Florida Miami, Florida, United States
Win -- Cyclone Johnson TKO 5 03/11/1983 Florida Miami, Florida, United States
Win 7-2 Dominican Republic "G.I." Jose Perez TKO 5 08/10/1983 Florida Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win -- United States Ricky "Racer" Johnson KO 1 25/08/1983 Florida Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win 2-1 Uruguay Juan Alberto Barrero PTS 6 24/07/1983 Italy Rome, Lazio, Italy
Win 2-1 Italy Mwehu Beya TKO 3 11/06/1983 Italy Pesaro, Marche, Italy
Win 10-4-1 Belgium Sergio Bosio TKO 2 09/04/1983 Italy Fano, Marche, Italy
Win 14-42-10 Italy Gabriele Lazzari TKO 2 04/03/1983 Italy Pesaro, Marche, Italy

Amateur highlights[edit]

Preceded by
Michael Spinks
Vacated
IBF Light Heavyweight Champion
21 Dec 1985–6 Sep 1986
Succeeded by
Bobby Czyz
Awards
Preceded by
Miodrag Perunović
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia The Best Athlete of Yugoslavia
1980
Succeeded by
Borut Petrič
Preceded by
Bojan Križaj
Yugoslav Sportsman of the Year
1980
Succeeded by
Borut Petrič

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