Julius Jackson

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Julius Jackson
Real nameJulius Jackson
Nickname(s)The Chef
Height6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Reach78 in (198 cm)
Born (1987-08-01) August 1, 1987 (age 31)
Saint Thomas, Virgin Island, United States
Boxing record
Total fights22
Wins by KO16

Julius Jackson (born August 1, 1987) is a professional boxer from the Virgin Islands who qualified for the 2008 Olympics at light-heavyweight, as did his brother John Jackson. Their father is boxer Julian Jackson.


At the 2007 World Championships he lost to Ireland's Kenneth Egan by RSCO. At the first Olympic qualifier he lost 3:10 to Julio Castillo.

At the second qualifier he benefited from a bye and defeated boxers from Nicaragua and Mexico to qualify. His loss to Eleider Alvarez did not have an effect on his qualification. At the Olympics he lost in the round of 32 to Kenneth Egan again, by 22-2.


Julius Jackson is currently professionally fighting with a record of 20-2 (16 KOs).[1] He previously held the WBC USNBC Title and the WBA Fedebol Title.


Julius Jackson has acted in the role of a boxer in the Telemundo series El César on the life of Julio Cesar Chavez.


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