Keith Mullings

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Keith Mullings
Statistics
Nickname(s) Brooklyn Assassin
Rated at Light-middleweight
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Nationality Jamaican
Born (1968-08-01) August 1, 1968 (age 48)
Jamaica
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 25
Wins 16
Wins by KO 11
Losses 8
Draws 1

Keith Mullings (born January 8, 1968 in Manchester Parish, Jamaica), was a professional boxer in the super welterweight (154 lb) division.

Boxing career[edit]

Mullings turned pro in 1993 and challenged Raúl Márquez for the IBF Light Middleweight Title in 1997, but lost a split decision. Later that year, Mullings shocked the world with a 9th round TKO over WBC and Lineal Light Middleweight Champion Terry Norris.[1] After one defense, he lost the belt to Javier Castillejo in 1999 via majority decision. Later that year he took on former Olympian David Reid for the WBA Light Middleweight Title, but lost a decision. In 2000 he lost a decision to Winky Wright, and retired in 2001.

In early 2010 Keith Mullings began teaching boxing at Peekskill Be First Boxing along with West Artope & Richard Kraemer. Peekskill Be First Boxing is a not-for-profit organization formed to provide the community with a much needed place to facilitate the acquisition of life skills through physical fitness and training in basic and advanced boxing techniques. It is their purpose to aid the youths of the community by instilling a sound foundation through a program that builds character, patience, humility, confidence, diligence, conflict resolution, tolerance and thoughtful action. Their goal is that those who participate in the program will be better prepared to take their place in the community, resist undesirable elements, and effect changes that will result in a better environment for themselves, their friends, and neighbors in their community.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Keith Mullings - Lineal Junior Middleweight Champion". The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia. 

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Sporting positions
Preceded by
Terry Norris
Lineal Light Middleweight boxing champion
6 Dec 1997– 29 Jan 1999
Succeeded by
Javier Castillejo
Preceded by
Terry Norris
WBC Light Middleweight boxing champion
6 Dec 1997– 29 Jan 1999
Succeeded by
Javier Castillejo