Karim Mayfield

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Karim Mayfield
Statistics
Real nameKarim Rasheed Mayfield
Nickname(s)Hard Hitta
Weight(s)Light welterweight
Welterweight
Height5 ft 7 in (170 cm)
Reach66 in (168 cm)
NationalityAmerican
Born (1980-12-14) December 14, 1980 (age 37)
San Francisco, U.S.
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights24
Wins19
Wins by KO11
Losses4
Draws1

Karim Rasheed Mayfield (born December 14, 1980) is an American professional boxer who fights at welterweight.[1] He is a former NABO junior welterweight champion.

Early years[edit]

Mayfield was born and raised in San Francisco and grew up in the historic Fillmore District. He has three brothers and two sisters. His mother is an entrepreneur while his father is an electrician.

Amateur career[edit]

Karim Mayfield has fought 58 amateur fights altogether with a record of 54-4. He won the 2006 Golden Gloves in San Francisco at the historic Civic Center Auditorium in San Francisco. Mayfield also won the Bronze medal in the Western Trials for the 2004 Olympics.

Mayfield was a football player, running back, in school and discovered boxing at a relatively late age when he was 20 years old. There was a local gym around his neighborhood that had just opened and he decided to go check it out. Mayfield ended up sparring with an amateur boxer who had been boxing for a year and did extremely well. That inspired and motivated Mayfield to take up Boxing professionally. Mayfield is trained by Ben Bautista.

Pro career[edit]

On June 23, 2006 Mayfield beat the veteran Chris Mickle to win his pro debut. This card also had future world champions Robert Guerrero and Andre Dirrell.[2]

Mayfield first won the Vacant NABO Jr. Welterweight on October 1, 2011 in Tunica, Mississippi, via a 10 round unanimous decision against lefthanded former two-time Venezuelan Olympian Patrick Lopez (20-4).

On June 20, 2015 Floyd Mayweather Jr told ESPN Boxing reporter Dan Rafael[3] that he was going to fight either Karim Mayfield or Andre Berto next. Most boxing scribes did not take this seriously, but Mayweather insisted[4] that he was not joking, stating "Pacquiao fought (Chris) Algieri, so why not?"

Professional Record[edit]

21 Wins (11 knockouts, 10 decisions), 5 Losses (0 knockouts, 5 decisions), 1 Draw
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Loss 21-5-1 Russia Sergey Lubkovich MD 10 2018-04-27 United States KFC Yum! Center, Louisville
Win 21-4-1 Japan Gaku Takahashi UD 8 2018-04-07 United States Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco
Win 20-4-1 Mexico Miguel Dumas UD 6 2017-10-21 United States Armory, San Francisco
Loss 19-4-1 Kazakhstan Bakhtiyar Eyubov SD 10 2016-08-19 United States Rhinos Stadium, Rochester, New York
Loss 19-3-1 Russia Dmitry Mikhaylenko UD 10 2016-01-30 Canada Bell Centre, Montreal
Win 19-2-1 United States Michael Balasi UD 8 2014-11-08 United States Longshoremen's Hall, San Francisco
Loss 18-2-1 United States Emmanuel Taylor UD 10 2014-07-18 United States Paramount Theatre, Huntington, New York
Loss 18-1-1 Puerto Rico Thomas Dulorme UD 10 2014-03-29 United States The Ballroom, Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey For WBO NABF Welterweight title.
Win 17-0-1 United States Mauricio Herrera UD 10 2012-10-27 United States Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York Retained WBO NABO Welterweight title.
Win 16-0-1 United States Raymond Serrano TKO 5,0:47 2012-05-18 United States Times Union Center, Albany, New York Retained WBO NABO Welterweight title.
Win 15-0-1 Venezuela Patrick Lopez UD 10 2011-10-01 United States Fitzgerald's Casino & Hotel, Tunica, Mississippi Won WBO NABO Welterweight title.
Win 14-0-1 United States Stevie Forbes TKO 10,1:03 2011-06-17 United States Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
Win 13-0-1 United States Sergio Joel De La Torre TKO 5,3:00 2010-06-12 United States Kezar Pavilion, San Francisco
Win 12-0-1 United States Mario Ramos MD 6 2010-06-12 United States Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, Nevada
Win 11-0-1 United States Francisco Santana TKO 5,2:27 2009-11-21 United States Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Win 10-0-1 United States Joshua Rentería UD 6 2009-08-14 United States Desert Diamond Casino, Tucson, Arizona
Win 9-0-1 Mexico Roberto Valenzuela TKO 2,1:12 2009-05-16 United States Oracle Arena, Oakland, California
Win 8-0-1 Mexico Mario Alberto Lozano UD 6 2009-03-07 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California
Win 7-0-1 United States Trenton Titsworth UD 4 2008-11-20 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California
Win 6-0-1 United States Francisco Santana SD 6 2008-03-20 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California
Win 5-0-1 Azerbaijan Rahman Yusubov TKO 2,2:47 2007-10-03 United States Sears Centre, Hoffman Estates, Illinois
Win 4-0-1 United States Alejo Sepulveda TKO 1,2:46 2007-08-06 United States Sports Arena, Los Angeles
Win 3-0-1 Mexico Ricardo Galindo TKO 4,1:56 2007-07-19 United States Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California
Draw 2-0-1 Mexico Jorge Alberto Padilla TD 2,3:00 2007-05-24 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California Padilla was cut by an accidental headbutt
Win 2-0-0 Mexico Salvador Lopez TKO 3,2:29 2006-11-16 United States HP Pavilion, San Jose, California
Win 1-0-0 United States Chris Mickle TKO 1,1:00 2006-11-16 United States Oakland Arena, Oakland, California Professional debut

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://ringtv.craveonline.com/blog/167709-new-faces-karim-mayfield
  2. ^ http://boxrec.com/show_display.php?show_id=496429
  3. ^ Dan Rafael [@danrafaelespn] (21 June 2015). "Floyd said he'll fight Berto or Mayfield next. I asked if he was kidding. He seemed to be serious. Said Pacquiao fought Algieri so why not?" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
  4. ^ http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2502851-floyd-mayweather-insists-on-andre-berto-or-karim-mayfield-fight-snubs-amir-khan

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