Warren Thompson (boxer)

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Warren Thompson (born 1956-08-26 in Baltimore, Maryland) is a former heavyweight boxer best known for his successful amateur boxing career.

Professional career[edit]

Nicknamed "Chico", Thompson turned pro in 1985 and was upset by also debuting Mike Hunter. His pro career never picked up from there, and his resume included losses to notable heavyweights James Pritchard, Bruce Seldon, and Henry Akinwande. He retired in 1996 with a record of 5 wins and 10 losses.

Amateur career[edit]

  • 1983 National AAU Super Heavyweight Champion

Honors[edit]

Thompson was a Class of 2006 Inductee into the Maryland Boxing Hall of Fame.

Professional boxing record[edit]

5 Wins (1 knockout, 4 decisions), 10 Losses (2 knockouts, 8 decisions) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 5-9 United States Mike "Little George" Whitfield UD 6 20/11/1996 Maryland Woodlawn, Maryland, United States 60-54, 60-54, 59-55.
Loss 7-2-2 United States Sam Hampton TKO 6 06/06/1995 Maryland Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States
Loss 6-0 United States Thomas "Top Dawg" Williams UD 6 04/11/1993 Maryland Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States
Loss 8-0 United States Derek Isaman UD 4 20/06/1991 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Loss 12-1 United Kingdom Adam Fogerty PTS 8 24/09/1990 United Kingdom Mayfair, London, United Kingdom
Loss 4-0 United Kingdom Henry Akinwande PTS 6 14/03/1990 United Kingdom Kensington, London, United Kingdom 57-60.
Win 8-7-1 United States Robert Colay UD 6 13/02/1990 Maryland Pikesville, Maryland, United States
Loss 4-0 United States Bruce "Atlantic City Express" Seldon TKO 3 25/06/1989 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Loss 2-2-1 United States Garing "Freight Train" Lane SD 4 07/12/1988 Maryland Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States 36-40, 36-40, 39-37.
Win 3-0 United States Tommy Smith PTS 4 26/08/1988 Virginia Bealeton, Virginia, United States
Loss 0-2-1 United States Garing "Freight Train" Lane SD 4 20/07/1988 Maryland Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States
Loss 9-0 United States James Pritchard PTS 6 31/10/1986 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 5-1 United States Kelvin Beatty TKO 4 19/06/1986 United States Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Win 3-9 United States Lynwood Jones PTS 4 28/04/1986 Virginia Fort Belvoir, Virginia, United States
Loss -- United States Mike "The Bounty" Hunter SD 4 14/12/1985 Maryland Largo, Maryland, United States

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Preceded by
Tyrell Biggs
United States Amateur Super Heavyweight Champion
1983
Succeeded by
Nathaniel Fitch