Kelvin Seabrooks

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Kelvin Seabrooks (born March 10, 1963 in Charlotte, North Carolina) was an American boxer who won the International Boxing Federation bantamweight title and defended it two times.

Boxing career[edit]

Seabrooks turned professional in 1981. He obtains the vacant world title of the bantamweight IBF the 15/5/1987 when beating to the other aspirant, Miguel Maturana by KO in the 5º assault in a combat agreed to 15 assaults. Defended the belt three times before losing it via TKO in the 15th round to Orlando Canizales in 1988. Seabrooks was down in 1st and 15th in the bout. Seabrooks was blown out by Canizales the following year by 11th rnd TKO. Seabrooks retired in 1995 after six consecutive losses. He is living in Charlotte as a security guard at Northridge Middle School.

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Achievements
Preceded by
Jeff Fenech
Vacated
IBF Bantamweight Champion
15 May 1987– 9 Jul 1988
Succeeded by
Orlando Canizales