Gerald Nobles

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Gerald Nobles
Profile
Born 4 January 1971
Age 35
Birthplace Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Residence Philadelphia, U.S.
Height 5' 11"
Nickname The Jedi
Classification Heavyweight
Stance Orthodox
Promotion Silverhawk Boxing
Manager Jim Rider
Boxing Record
Fights 27
Wins (KOs) 26 (21)
Losses 1
Draws 0

Gerald Nobles (born January 4, 1971 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is an American boxer.

Professional career[edit]

This Philadelphia fighter turned pro on October 6, 1995, with a first round TKO of Juan Carlos Antonio. His first nine wins were via knockout as well as fourteen of his first fifteen.

In 2001, Nobles won a Unanimous 10 round decision against heavyweight Sedreck Fields. Two fights after that he took an eight round unanimous decision from Ron Guerrero in front of his hometown.

From there Nobles' biggest fight was against former world heavyweight Bruce Seldon. The fight was stopped in the ninth round with Gerald scoring a TKO victory over the former world champ after Seldon was thumbed in the eye. Seldon was winning the fight after 8 rounds on 2 of the scorecards.

Nobles' only loss occurred on November 20, 2004 to current World Boxing Association heavyweight champion Nikolay Valuev. Nobles was disqualified in the fourth round for repeated low blows on Valuev. Nobles' team claims that Valuev wore his trunks high and that the referee disqualified Nobles unfairly.

Nobles has one fight since then and won a first round TKO (2:58) over Wallace McDaniel.

Professional boxing record[edit]

26 Wins (21 knockouts, 5 decisions), 1 Loss (0 knockouts, 1 decision)[1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 34-14-2 United States Andy Sample TKO 1 12/01/2007 Florida Tampa, Florida, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:52 of the first round.
Win 7-15-1 United States Wallace McDaniel TKO 1 26/10/2006 South Carolina North Charleston, South Carolina, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:58 of the first round.
Loss 38-0 Russia Nikolai Valuev DQ 4 20/11/2004 Germany Kempten, Bayern, Germany WBA Intercontinental Hevyweight Title. Referee disqualified Nobles at 0:42 of the fourth round for low blows.
Win 11-9-1 United States Curtis Taylor TKO 1 30/09/2004 South Carolina North Charleston, South Carolina, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:21 of the first round.
Win 35-4 United States Bruce Seldon TKO 9 15/05/2004 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:41 of the ninth round.
Win 16-6 United States Willie Williams KO 1 17/04/2004 New York (state) New York City, United States
Win 16-6-3 United States Ron Guerrero UD 8 20/06/2003 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 18-24-1 United States Dennis McKinney TKO 2 26/09/2002 South Carolina North Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Win 12-11 United States Sedreck Fields UD 10 24/01/2001 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States 96-90, 96-90, 97-89.
Win 7-37-2 United States Caseny Truesdale TKO 2 14/12/2000 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 8-9-3 Mexico Agustin Corpus UD 8 07/10/2000 Connecticut Uncasville, Connecticut, United States
Win 14-19-4 United States John Kiser UD 8 30/01/1999 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 2-8-1 United States Mitchell Rose TKO 3 12/12/1998 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 10-3-1 United States Greg Pickrom TKO 5 04/12/1997 New York (state) Albany, New York, United States
Win 14-8-1 United States Samson Cohen TKO 1 17/10/1997 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 6-13 United States Rick Sullivan TKO 3 12/09/1997 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 9-33-2 United States Exum Speight TKO 3 11/04/1997 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 7-10-1 United States Ron McCarthy UD 6 22/02/1997 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 8-14 United States Lou Turchiarelli TKO 1 07/01/1997 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 2-4 United States Earl Clark TKO 3 06/12/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 1-7-1 United States Dennis Cain TKO 3 06/09/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 7-7-2 United States Maurice Harris KO 3 30/07/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Harris knocked out at 1:20 of the third round.
Win 8-23-1 United States Mike Robinson TKO 2 19/04/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 0-1 United States Antoine McMullen KO 1 01/03/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win -- United States Keith Kiblin TKO 1 19/01/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Win -- United States Ben Feliciano TKO 1 25/10/1995 Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Win -- United States Juan Carlos Antonio TKO 1 06/10/1995 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gerald Nobles". BoxRec. 

External links[edit]

Professional boxing record for Gerald Nobles from BoxRec