|Born||Shane Norman Mosley
September 7, 1971
Lynwood, California, U.S.
|Height||5 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1.74 m)|
|Reach||71 in (180 cm)|
|Fighting out of||Pomona, California, U.S.|
|Professional boxing record|
|Boxing record from Boxrec|
Shane Andre Mosley (born September 7, 1971) A.K.A "Sugar" Shane Mosley is a retired American professional boxer from Pomona, California. Shane Mosley has held world titles in three weight divisions, having held the IBF lightweight title, Lineal, WBC, & WBA (Super) welterweight titles, and Lineal, WBC, WBA (Super), & The Ring light-middleweight titles. In 2000 and 2001 he was The Ring pound for pound best fighter in the world.
Mosley has fought and defeated some of the most recognizable names in the sport, including Oscar De La Hoya (twice), Antonio Margarito, Fernando Vargas, Ricardo Mayorga and many more. He has also gone toe-to-toe with world-renowned boxing champions such as Manny Pacquiao, Floyd Mayweather Jr., and Miguel Cotto.
Shane announced his retirement in 2013.
- 1 Amateur career
- 2 Professional career
- 2.1 Lightweight
- 2.2 Mosley vs. Holiday
- 2.3 Mosley vs. Leija
- 2.4 Welterweight
- 2.5 Mosley vs. De La Hoya I
- 2.6 Mosley vs. Vernon Forrest I & II
- 2.7 After Forrest
- 2.8 Mosley vs. De La Hoya II
- 2.9 Mosley vs. Wright I & II
- 2.10 Mosley vs. Vargas I & II
- 2.11 Mosley vs. Cotto
- 2.12 Mosley vs. Mayorga
- 2.13 Mosley vs. Margarito
- 2.14 Mosley vs. Mayweather
- 2.15 Mosley vs. Mora
- 2.16 Mosley vs. Pacquiao
- 2.17 Mosley vs. Alvarez
- 2.18 First Retirement
- 2.19 Comeback
- 2.20 Mosley vs. Mundine
- 2.21 Second Retirement
- 3 Professional boxing record
- 4 Titles in boxing
- 5 Charities
- 6 Children
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Mosley was an amateur standout, capturing various amateur titles, including:
- 1989 United States Amateur Champion at Lightweight 132 lb (60 kg)
- 1989 World Junior Championships Silver Medalist in San Juan, Puerto Rico 132 lb (60 kg)
- 1990 United States Amateur Champion at Lightweight 132 lb (60 kg)
- 1990 Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist in Seattle (USA) 132 lb (60 kg)
- 1992 United States Amateur Champion at Light Welterweight 139 lb (63 kg)
Mosley began his professional career on February 11, 1993, with a fifth round knockout against Greg Puente. He would win his next eight bouts by knockout before going the distance against Oscar Lopez in a ten round bout. Thirteen more wins would follow (all by stoppage) and he would step up to face his biggest challenge in Philip Holiday, the IBF lightweight champion.
Mosley vs. Holiday
Philip Holiday was an undefeated fighter with thirty-one victories to his credit, and while not considered a huge puncher, he was a technically skilled fighter with good hand speed and a strong chin. He and Mosley would meet on August 2, 1997, at the Mohegan Sun Casino. Holiday put up a spirited effort against the bigger (Mosley stood two and a half inches taller and had a three inch reach advantage) and more powerful challenger, but Mosley would emerge victorious with a close but unanimous decision victory.
Mosley vs. Leija
Mosley would make five defenses of his title against mostly unheralded opposition until he would encounter veteran boxer Jesse James Leija. Leija was 37-3-2 going into this fight, and was just coming off a unanimous decision victory over former featherweight champion Azumah Nelson. Mosley would go on to dominate Leija, dropping his foe in the 6th, 8th, and 9th rounds before Leija failed to answer the bell for the tenth round, granting Mosley a victory.
Mosley would make two more defenses of his title at lightweight, stopping both Golden Johnson and John Brown, before relinquishing his titles and moving up twelve pounds in weight to welterweight. He scored two consecutive knockouts, setting up a huge fight against Oscar de la Hoya for the WBC welterweight title.
Mosley vs. De La Hoya I
On June 17, 2000, Mosley met De La Hoya in Los Angeles for the WBC Welterweight title. After twelve rounds, Mosley emerged with a split decision victory. During the fight, neither man was in danger of going down, but both had badly swollen faces at the end and De La Hoya was bleeding from the nose for several rounds. Mosley earned a minimum of $15 million, while De La Hoya was guaranteed $35 million. It was later that Mosley was accused of using illegal performance enhancing drugs prior to his 2003 bout with Oscar De La Hoya.
Mosley vs. Vernon Forrest I & II
He ran a successful string of defenses of his Welterweight titles but against three unheralded fighters. When he finally did step up his competition, it was against former Olympian Vernon Forrest. Early in the second round, the fighters clashed heads and both staggered backward as referee Steve Smoger called time. Mosley sustained a cut on the hairline. When action resumed, Forrest knocked Mosley down twice in the round. It was the first occasion Mosley had ever been knocked down once (let alone twice) in a bout. The final scorecards read 115–110, 117–108 and 118–108, in favor of Forrest.
They had a rematch six months later at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indiana and Mosley once again lost by a unanimous decision in a very closely contested bout that saw Mosley land far more power shots and Forrest land far more insignificant shots as well as an even level of aggression between the two competitors, however Forrest was utilizing far more effective ring general-ship (in comparison to Mosley) which would ultimately prove to be the difference in terms of the outcome being scored.
On February 8, 2003, Mosley's bout with former IBF Light Middleweight title holder Raúl Márquez ended in a no contest when Mosley accidentally head butted Marquez twice in round three, which caused two very bad cuts above the eyes of Marquez.
Mosley vs. De La Hoya II
Mosley and De La Hoya faced each other for the second time on September 13, this time with De La Hoya's The Ring, WBC and WBA Light Middleweight Championships on the line. Mosley defeated De La Hoya by a controversial 12 round unanimous decision and joined the exclusive group of world boxing champions that have reigned in three or more divisions. Many fans had Oscar easily beating Mosley in this rematch but judges scored it differently regardless of De La Hoya landing over 100 more punches. Mosley testified in 2003 that he injected himself with the notorious doping agent EPO as he prepared for his Light Middleweight title fight against Oscar De La Hoya, according to grand jury transcripts and doping calendars.
Mosley vs. Wright I & II
On March 13, 2004, Mosley lost his The Ring, WBC & WBA Light Middleweight titles in a unification bout with IBF Champion Winky Wright by a unanimous twelve-round decision.
On November 20, Mosley and Wright fought their rematch, and although it was scored much closer by the three judges (115–113 twice for Wright and a 114–114 tie), Mosley lost by a clear twelve-round majority decision.
Mosley vs. Vargas I & II
On September 17, he beat another previously undefeated fighter, Jose Luis Cruz, by a ten-round decision.
Mosley then defeated Fernando Vargas on February 25, 2006 by TKO in the tenth round at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, due to a massive swelling which closed Fernando's left eye. At the time of the stoppage, Mosley was winning on two scorecards 86–85, while Vargas held an 86–85 advantage on the other scorecard. A rematch was announced almost immediately.
Mosley defeated Fernando Vargas in the rematch on July 15, 2006. Mosley dominated Vargas from start to finish, eventually ending the fight via a sixth-round TKO.
Mosley vs. Cotto
Mosley vs. Mayorga
On July 18, 2008, it was reported on ESPN.com's quick hits that the fight between Mayorga and Mosley was being held at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California and set for September 27 because of the Pavlik-Hopkins fight agreement for October 18 on HBO PPV. The good news for fight fans was that the Mayorga-Mosley bout was not to be on HBO PPV, instead it was shown on HBO at no cost.
Shane Mosley stopped Ricardo Mayorga with one second left in the 12th round of their light middleweight bout, Mosley led by one point on judge Nelson Vasquez's scorecard and five on Tony Crebs' entering the 12th round. Mayorga had a one point lead on judge Pat Russell's card. The Associated Press had "Sugar" Shane Mosley ahead by three points entering the 12th.
Mosley vs. Margarito
Prior to one of the biggest fights of his career, Mosley began training with Naazim Richardson. Mosley regained the WBA Welterweight Championship from Antonio Margarito on January 24, 2009 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Mosley, now 37 years old, came into the fight as a 4–1 underdog with the bookies after Margarito had spectacularly stopped Cotto 6 months earlier. Prior to the bout, nobody gave Mosley a chance of prevailing, with everybody believing that Margarito was too strong and that Mosley was too old. The conventional wisdom was that this was a mismatch, which would end in a brutal retirement-forcing stoppage for "Sugar" Shane. A comparison of their last fights; the aforementioned destruction of Cotto by Margarito and a last-gasp knockout by Mosley in a hard twelve round struggle against Mayorga did not bode well for Mosley. Some predicted a massacre. And it was – only it was Margarito that was ruthlessly clubbed about the ring, unable to land any meaningful shots.
Mosley eventually TKO'd Margarito in the ninth round, after appearing to win every round up until then, in a massive upset. Sugar Shane utterly dominated Margarito, using his superior hand speed, pinpoint accuracy, consistent body punching, countless huge right hands to the jaw and tying up whenever Margarito backed him into the ropes, to wear Margarito down and stop him—something that many seasoned boxing observers thought was nigh-on impossible. After knocking him down with a series of heavy overhand rights at the end of the eighth round, Margarito was unable to avoid punches during a heavy barrage from Mosley early on in the ninth, forcing the referee to step in as Margarito slumped to the canvas a second time. Margarito had never previously been stopped. It was a sensational win for Sugar Shane and propelled him back to the top of the tree in the welterweight division.
The fight was marred in a controversy after Mosley's trainer diligently spotted a gauze knuckle pad accessory in Margarito's hand wraps, illegal because it had been previously used, which had to be redone three times before the commission's officials were satisfied.
The fight was for Margarito's WBA title and the vacant Lineal Welterweight Championships of Lineal Champs and Cyber Boxing Zone (CBZ). The Ring did not recognize this bout for its vacant Welterweight Championship despite the fact it pitted The Ring #1 ranked welterweight, Antonio Margarito, vs. The Ring #3 ranked welterweight, Shane Mosley. Coming in the bout, Margarito had just TKO'd the previous The Ring #1 ranked welterweight and current The Ring #2 ranked welterweight, Miguel Cotto. After the fight, Mosley would be The Ring #1 ranked welterweight and seen by experts and fans alike, the true champion of the division.
Mosley vs. Mayweather
On May 1, 2010, Mosley fought undefeated Floyd Mayweather, Jr.. Boxing purists had called for the fight for over ten years. Mosley's WBA title was not on the line because Mayweather refused to pay WBA sanctioning fees. On the fight night, Mosley stunned Mayweather with two right-hand shots in the second round. Mayweather recovered well and dominated the remainder of the fight with superior reflexes and his effective counter-punching style, eventually beating Mosley in a wide decision on the scorecards.
On May 22, 2010, Shane Mosley was stripped of his WBA (Super) Welterweight title, due to not making a mandatory defense, which in turn made WBA Champion Vyacheslav Senchenko the sole WBA titlist in the welterweight division.
Mosley vs. Mora
Mosley fought Sergio Mora on September 18 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The bout ended up being a highly-disputed split draw, where many people thought that Mosley narrowly won the closely contested bout (boxing analyst website Boxrec had it 114-112 for Mosley). The judges scored the bout: Mora 115–113, Mosley 116–112 and 114–114.
Mosley vs. Pacquiao
On May 7, 2011, Mosley lost the fight to Manny Pacquiao for the WBO Welterweight title at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Mosley was knocked down in round 3. Due to Mosley's defeat, Pacquiao looked at a November 12, 2011 match-up, a third fight with Juan Manuel Marquez.
Mosley vs. Alvarez
Mosley agreed to terms for the return to the MGM on May 5, 2012, against WBC 154-pound belt holder Saúl "Canelo" Álvarez, a young Mexican rising star. Alvarez defeated Mosley after 12 rounds via unanimous decision.
On June 5, 2012, Shane Mosley officially announced his retirement from boxing. Mosley said he will try to help his oldest son become a great boxer and try to start promoting fights. He finished his boxing career with 46 victories, 8 defeats and 1 draw. He knocked out 39 of his opponents and won world boxing titles in the IBF, WBC and WBA.
Mosley vs. Cano
Mosley announced he was coming out of retirement to fight Pablo Cesar Cano in Mexico for the WBC Championship bout. Mosley won the fight via unanimous decision with all three judges scoring the bout 115-113. Cano was able to win the first few rounds but Mosley took control of the later rounds and pounded Cano until the final bell, making Sugar Shane Mosley the vacant WBC International Welterweight Champion, and the first fighter to come out of retirement at 41 to win a Regional Title at such an age.
Mosley vs. Mundine
Mosley fought Australian boxer Anthony Mundine Wednesday November 27, 2013 at All Phones Arena in Sydney, Australia. The fight ended after round 6 with Shane Mosley retiring due to back spasms, giving Mundine the victory via TKO. 
Mosley announced his second retirement on December 7, 2013. He stated that he plans to become a trainer, to train his son, Shane Jr., and other young fighters. In an interview with World Boxing News, when asked if he had any desire to lace up his gloves and return to the ring professionally, he said he would only consider a return to the sport against the very top welterweights in the world. He specifically named Floyd Mayweather Jr., Manny Pacquio, and Juan Manuel Marquez.
Professional boxing record
|47 Wins (39 knockouts), 9 losses, 1 Draw, 1 No Contest|
|Loss||47–9–1||Anthony Mundine||RTD||6 (12), 3:00||2013-11-27||Allphones Arena, Sydney, New South Wales||For vacant WBA International Light-Middleweight title.|
|Win||47–8–1||Pablo César Cano||UD||12||2013-05-18||Grand Oasis Cancún, Cancún, Quintana Roo||Won vacant WBC International Welterweight title.|
|Loss||46–8–1||Saúl Álvarez||UD||12||2012-05-05||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada||For WBC Light-Middleweight title.|
|Loss||46–7–1||Manny Pacquiao||UD||12||2011-05-07||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada||For WBO Welterweight title.|
|Draw||46–6–1||Sergio Mora||SD||12||2010-09-18||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California|
|Loss||46–6||Floyd Mayweather, Jr.||UD||12||2010-05-01||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||46–5||Antonio Margarito||TKO||9 (12), 0:43||2009-01-24||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California||Won WBA(Super) Welterweight title.|
|Win||45–5||Ricardo Mayorga||KO||12 (12), 2:59||2008-09-27||Home Depot Center, Carson, California||Won vacant WBA Inter-Continental Light-Middleweight title.|
|Loss||44–5||Miguel Cotto||UD||12||2007-11-10||Madison Square Garden, New York, New York||For WBA Welterweight title.|
|Win||44–4||Luis Collazo||UD||12||2007-02-10||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada||Won Interim WBC Welterweight title.|
|Win||43–4||Fernando Vargas||TKO||6 (12), 2:38||2006-07-15||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||42–4||Fernando Vargas||TKO||10 (12), 1:22||2006-02-25||Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||41–4||José Luis Cruz||UD||10||2005-09-17||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||40–4||David Estrada||UD||10||2005-04-23||Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Loss||39–4||Winky Wright||MD||12||2004-11-20||Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada||For Lineal, WBC, WBA(Super) & The Ring
|Loss||39–3||Winky Wright||SD||12||2004-03-13||Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada||Lost Lineal, WBC, WBA(Super) & The Ring
Light-Middleweight titles. For IBF Light-Middleweight title.
|Win||39–2||Oscar De La Hoya||UD||12||2003-09-13||MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada||Won Lineal, WBC, WBA(Super) & The Ring
|NC||–||Raúl Márquez||NC||3 (12), 2:41||2003-02-08||Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Loss||38–2||Vernon Forrest||UD||12||2002-07-20||Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, Indiana||For Lineal, WBC & The Ring Welterweight titles.|
|Loss||38–1||Vernon Forrest||UD||12||2002-01-26||Madison Square Garden, New York, New York||Lost Lineal & WBC Welterweight titles.
For vacant The Ring Welterweight title.
|Win||38–0||Adrian Stone||TKO||3 (12), 2:01||2001-07-21||Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada||Retained Lineal & WBC Welterweight titles.|
|Win||37–0||Shannan Taylor||TKO||6 (12), 3:00||2001-03-10||Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada||Retained Lineal & WBC Welterweight titles.|
|Win||36–0||Antonio Diaz||TKO||6 (12), 1:36||2000-11-04||Madison Square Garden, New York, New York||Retained Lineal & WBC Welterweight titles.|
|Win||35–0||Oscar De La Hoya||SD||12||2000-06-17||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California||Won WBC welterweight & vacant Lineal Welterweight titles.|
|Win||34–0||Willy Wise||TKO||3 (10), 2:28||2000-01-22||Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada|
|Win||33–0||Wilfredo Rivera||KO||10 (10), 2:38||1999-09-25||Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California|
|Win||32–0||John Brown||TKO||8 (12), 3:00||1999-04-17||Fantasy Springs Resort Casino, Indio, California||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||31–0||Golden Johnson||KO||7 (12), 2:59||1999-01-09||Pensacola Civic Center, Pensacola, Florida||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||30–0||Jesse James Leija||TKO||9 (12), 3:00||1998-11-14||Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, Connecticut||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||29–0||Eduardo Morales||TKO||5 (12), 2:06||1998-09-22||Madison Square Garden, New York, New York||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||28–0||Wilfredo Ruiz||KO||5 (12), 2:32||1998-06-27||Apollo Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||27–0||John John Molina||TKO||8 (12), 2:27||1998-05-09||Trump Taj Mahal, Atlantic City, New Jersey||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||26–0||Demetrio Ceballos||TKO||8 (12), 2:34||1998-02-06||Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Connecticut||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||25–0||Manuel Gomez||KO||11 (12), 1:25||1997-11-25||El Paso County Coliseum, El Paso, Texas||Retained IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||24–0||Philip Holiday||UD||12||1997-08-02||Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, Connecticut||Won IBF Lightweight title.|
|Win||23–0||Michael Smith||KO||4 (10)||1997-04-09||Inland Expo Center, Westmont, Illinois|
|Win||22–0||Elias Quiroz||KO||6 (10)||1997-02-06||Beverly Hills, California|
|Win||21–0||Joseph Murray||TKO||3 (10)||1996-12-21||Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut|
|Win||20–0||Ramon Felix||TKO||1 (10)||1996-11-01||Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California|
|Win||19–0||Mike Bryan||KO||1 (10)||1996-01-23||Grand Casino, Biloxi, Mississippi|
|Win||18–0||Mauricio Aceves||KO||4 (10)||1995-07-02||The Pond, Anaheim, California|
|Win||17–0||Raul Hernandez||KO||2 (10)||1995-04-12||Warner Center Marriott, Woodland Hills, California|
|Win||16–0||Jose Luis Madrid||KO||4 (10)||1994-11-12||Santa Cruz, California|
|Win||15–0||Louis Ramirez||TKO||10 (10)||1994-09-09||Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|Win||14–0||Mauro Gutierrez||TKO||9 (10)||1994-08-06||Pomona, California|
|Win||13–0||Narciso Valenzuela||TKO||5 (10)||1994-07-24||Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|Win||12–0||John Bryant||KO||8 (10)||1994-06-30||Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California|
|Win||11–0||Lorenzo Garcia||TKO||3 (10)||1994-04-29||Santa Cruz, California|
|Win||10–0||Oscar Lopez||PTS||10||1994-03-26||Fairplex, Pomona, California|
|Win||9–0||Lorenzo Garcia||KO||5 (10)||1994-02-04||Oxnard, California|
|Win||8–0||Francisco Rodriguez||KO||2 (8)||1994-01-20||Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California|
|Win||7–0||Paulino Gonzalez||KO||2 (8),||1993-12-06||Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California|
|Win||6–0||Juan Manuel Aranda||KO||2 (8),||1993-10-25||Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California|
|Win||5–0||Miguel Pena||KO||2 (8), 1:40||1993-09-27||Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California|
|Win||4–0||Roberto Urias||KO||5 (6)||1993-08-25||Hollywood, California|
|Win||3–0||Pey Castillo||KO||1 (6)||1993-07-21||Country Club, Reseda, California|
|Win||2–0||Arnulfo Villa||KO||1 (6)||1993-04-24||Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California|
|Win||1–0||Greg Puente||KO||5 (6), 1:09||1993-02-11||Hollywood, California||Professional debut.|
Titles in boxing
Major World Titles:
- IBF Lightweight Champion (135 lbs)
- WBC Welterweight Champion (147 lbs)
- WBC Light Middleweight Champion (154 lbs)
- WBA (Super) Light Middleweight Champion (154 lbs)
- WBC Interim Welterweight Champion (147 lbs)
- WBA (Super) Welterweight Champion (147 lbs)
Minor World Titles:
- WBA Inter-Continental Light Middleweight Champion (154 lbs)
- WBC International Welterweight Champion (147 lbs)
On September 12, 2014 Shane received the "Advocate Award" from the Face Forward foundation for Commitment to Combating Domestic Violence.
Shane has four biological children. His oldest son Shane Mosley Jr. is currently being trained by him. His other three children are named Taiseki, Najee and Me-yon. Shane also has a stepson named Norman.
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- Shane Mosley Fight-by-Fight Career Record
- Professional boxing record for Shane Mosley from BoxRec
|IBF Lightweight Champion
August 2, 1997 – April 17, 1999
Title next held byPaul Spadafora
Oscar De La Hoya
|WBC Welterweight Champion
June 17, 2000 – January 26, 2002
Title next held byFélix Trinidad
|Lineal Welterweight Champion
June 17, 2000 – January 26, 2002
Oscar De La Hoya
|The Ring Light Middleweight Champion
WBA Light Middleweight Super Champion
WBC Light Middleweight Champion
September 13, 2003 – March 13, 2004
|New title||WBC Welterweight Interim Champion
February 10, 2007 – October 1, 2007
Title next held byRobert Guerrero
|WBA Welterweight Super Champion
January 24, 2009 – May 21, 2010
Title next held byFloyd Mayweather, Jr.
|BWAA Fighter of the Year