Fred Moore (boxer)

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Fred Moore, alias Fabulous (born February 26, 1967), is a light heavyweight professional boxer from Minnesota.

Personal life[edit]

Moore was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but now makes his home in Rochester, Minnesota. He has 2 daughters Shaniqua, 19, Arnella,14.

Professional career[edit]

Moore debuted in November 1994 and won the first 25 fights of his career before dropping a fight by TKO to Quincy Taylor in June 2001. In his career, Moore has fought Kenny Bowman, Quincy Taylor, Reggie Johnson, and Glen Johnson, among others. As of October 2007, Moore's professional record was 30 wins (27 by knockout) and 7 losses.[1]

Fred Moore grew up in the Scotland School for Veterans' Children in Scotland, PA where he earned the title of the best fighter in the school.

Professional boxing record[edit]

30 Wins (27 knockouts, 3 decisions), 8 Losses (7 knockouts, 1 decision) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 49-11-1 United States Carl Daniels TKO 6 15/12/2007 United States Grand Casino, Hinckley, Minnesota Referee stopped the bout at 2:46 of the sixth round.
Loss 45-11-2 Jamaica Glen "Road Warrior" Johnson KO 5 27/07/2007 United States Sheraton Miami Mart Hotel, Miami, Florida Moore knocked out at 2:45 of the fifth round.
Loss 42-6 Togo Jaffa Ballogou KO 4 11/11/2005 United States Horseshoe Bossier City, Bossier City, Louisiana Moore knocked out at 2:50 of the fourth round.
Loss 42-7-1 United States "Sweet" Reggie Johnson KO 9 27/08/2005 United States Paragon Casino Resort, Marksville, Louisiana Moore knocked out at 2:59 of the ninth round.
Loss 22-2-1 United States George Khalid Jones TD 9 01/07/2005 United States Memorial Hall, Plymouth, Massachusetts IBF USBA Light Heavyweight Title. 83-88, 88-83, 83-88. Bout stopped at the end of the ninth round.
Win 16-1-1 Uganda James Lubwama UD 10 22/10/2004 United States Municipal Auditorium-Recreation Club, Sarasota, Florida NBA World Light Heavyweight Title.
Loss 20-2-1 United States Prince Badi Ajamu TKO 10 27/07/2004 United States A La Carte Event Pavilion, Tampa, Florida Referee stopped the bout at 0:33 of the tenth round.
Loss 16-0 Brazil Laudelino Jose Barros KO 5 09/08/2003 United States Miami Arena, Miami, Florida WBA Fedelatin Light Heavyweight Title. Moore knocked out at 2:06 of the fifth round.
Win 6-12-2 United States Kwan Manassah TKO 3 16/06/2002 United States Treasure Island Casino, Red Wing, Minnesota
Win 6-5-2 United States Kwan Manassah TKO 5 07/09/2001 United States Dakota Magic Casino, Hankinson, North Dakota Referee stopped the bout at 1:32 of the fifth round.
Win 5-5 United States Mark Longo TKO 5 25/08/2001 United States 4 Bears Casino & Lodge, New Town, North Dakota Referee stopped the bout at 0:33 of the fifth round.
Win 18-13-3 United States Patrick Swann TKO 6 28/07/2001 United States Rochester, Minnesota Referee stopped the bout at 2:27 of the sixth round.
Loss 27-4 United States Quincy Taylor TKO 4 16/06/2001 United States Treasure Island Casino, Red Wing, Minnesota
Win 24-23-3 Mexico Nino Cirilo TKO 3 01/06/2001 United States Bismarck Civic Center, Bismarck, North Dakota
Win 22-17-3 United States Allen Smith TKO 3 30/03/2001 United States Tama, Iowa
Win 5-1-2 United States Kwan Manassah TKO 5 01/12/2000 United States Minnesota
Win 24-20-3 Mexico Nino Cirilo TKO 5 21/07/2000 United States Minot, North Dakota
Win 17-4-2 United States Donnie Giron TKO 4 07/10/1999 United States Graham Arena, Rochester, Minnesota
Win 30-2 United States Kenny Bowman KO 4 24/07/1999 United States Shooting Star Casino, Mahnomen, Minnesota
Win 19-14-3 United States Allen Smith TKO 2 19/06/1999 United States Cuzzy's Bar, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Win 28-11-1 United States Carlos Bates KO 2 22/05/1999 United States Hyatt Regency Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Win 6-0 United States Billy James Johnson TKO 1 10/04/1999 United States Mandan Community Center, Mandan, North Dakota Referee stopped the bout at 1:31 of the first round.
Win 9-5-1 United States Laverne Clark KO 4 01/10/1998 United States Rochester, Minnesota
Win 0-2 United States Anthony Wright KO 1 18/07/1998 United States New Town, North Dakota
Win 11-16-2 United States John Kiser PTS 8 04/10/1997 United States Rochester, Minnesota
Win 2-5-1 United States Nathaniel Miles TKO 7 13/09/1997 United States Mandan, North Dakota
Win 2-0 United States Jorge Manjarrez TKO 1 23/07/1997 United States Maplewood, Minnesota
Win 1-2-1 United States Richie Galvan TKO 3 28/03/1997 United States Rochester, Minnesota
Win 5-0 United States Quinton Osgood TKO 2 10/10/1996 United States Rochester, Minnesota
Win 5-40 United States Donnie Penelton PTS 6 24/08/1996 United States New Town, North Dakota
Win -- Canada Wayne Chartrand KO 1 23/07/1996 United States Saint Paul, Minnesota
Win 2-22-2 United States Gary Jones KO 3 20/04/1996 United States Engelstad Arena, Grand Forks, North Dakota
Win 0-1 United States Keith Smith TKO 1 02/03/1996 United States Minneapolis, Minnesota
Win 6-24-1 United States Duane Smith TKO 2 21/02/1996 United States Columbia Club, Indianapolis, Indiana
Win 2-6 United States David Willis TKO 1 16/01/1996 United States Little Bit of Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana
Win 0-2-1 United States Jim Hendrickson KO 2 16/12/1995 United States Grand Forks Civic Auditorium, Grand Forks, North Dakota
Win 2-3 United States David Willis TKO 2 14/07/1995 United States Rochester, Minnesota
Win -- Paul Phonseya KO 2 18/11/1994 United States Rochester, Minnesota

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Fred Moore