Nathaniel Fitch

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Nathaniel Fitch Sr. (born October 31, 1956 in Bastrop, LA) currently living in Spring Lake, NC is a former heavyweight boxer best known for his stellar amateur boxing career.

Professional career[edit]

Fitch turned pro in 1988 and had limited success. His resume included losses to notable heavyweights Lou Savarese, Tim Witherspoon, Bruce Seldon, Jeremy Williams, Chris Byrd, and John Ruiz. He retired in 1997 after a decision loss to Timo Hoffmann.

Amateur career[edit]

Professional boxing record[edit]

12 Wins (8 knockouts, 4 decisions), 19 Losses (10 knockouts, 9 decisions), 1 No Contest [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 5-0 Germany Timo Hoffmann PTS 6 05/10/1997 Germany Gera, Thuringen, Germany
Loss 9-0 United States Najee Shaheed TKO 5 23/01/1997 Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Loss 19-1 United States Terrence "K.O." Lewis KO 4 06/12/1996 Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Loss 27-3 United States John "Quiet Man" Ruiz TKO 3 25/10/1996 Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Loss 15-0 United States Richie "The Bull" Melito TKO 1 17/07/1996 New York (state) New York City, United States
Win 0-6 United States Steve "Wild" West TKO 2 06/04/1996 North Carolina Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States
Loss 20-0 United States Don "Man of" Steele TKO 5 19/12/1995 South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Loss 12-0 United States Chris "Rapid Fire" Byrd KO 7 03/10/1995 Michigan Flint, Michigan, United States
Win 0-1 United States Larry Donnell TKO 1 27/09/1995 North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Loss 22-1 United States Boone Pultz UD 8 14/09/1995 Maryland Greenbelt, Maryland, United States
Loss 14-0 Canada Kirk "Bubba" Johnson PTS 10 07/07/1995 Louisiana Bossier City, Louisiana, United States
Loss 6-2-2 United States Sam Hampton PTS 8 11/04/1995 Maryland Woodlawn, Maryland, United States
Loss 15-0 Croatia Zeljko Mavrovic KO 1 11/02/1995 Germany Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany
Loss 39-4 United States "Terrible" Tim Witherspoon TKO 6 17/12/1994 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
No Contest 9-6 United States Stanley Wright NC 2 20/07/1994 North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Loss 28-3 United States Bruce "Atlantic City Express" Seldon TKO 4 19/02/1994 North Carolina Charlotte, North Carolina, United States IBF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title.
Loss 12-0 United States Jeremy "Half Man-Half Amazing" Williams RTD 7 09/11/1993 North Dakota Fargo, North Dakota, United States Fitch retired at the end of the seventh round.
Loss 25-0 United States Lou Savarese UD 10 17/04/1993 Pennsylvania Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States 94-95, 93-96, 93-96.
Loss 17-6 United States Levi "Terminator" Billups UD 10 25/01/1993 California Inglewood, California, United States 92-98, 92-98, 92-98.
Win 22-13 United States Ricky Parkey TKO 5 24/10/1992 South Carolina Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Win 30-17 United States Mike Cohen PTS 8 26/06/1992 Florida Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Win 11-18-2 United States Danny Wofford PTS 4 20/05/1992 North Carolina Concord, North Carolina, United States
Win 13-44-2 United States Frankie Hines TKO 1 24/04/1992 North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Loss 6-1 United States Everett "Tornado" Mayo UD 10 27/02/1992 Virginia Virginia Beach, United States
Loss 7-4 United States Jerry "Slice Man" Jones SD 8 06/02/1992 Maryland Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States
Win 26-2-2 United States Terry "Turbo" Davis KO 1 12/11/1991 Florida Jacksonville, Florida, United States
Win 8-0-1 United States Fred "Kip" Adams UD 6 18/10/1991 Florida Tampa, Florida, United States
Win -- United States Charlie "Hustle" Harris KO 2 03/08/1991 Florida Pensacola, Florida, United States
Win 1-5-1 United States Sonny Crooms TKO 2 28/04/1991 North Carolina Raleigh, North Carolina, United States
Win 4-16 United States Charles Dixon KO 2 15/02/1991 Alabama Dothan, Alabama, United States
Win -- United States Lynwood Barry DQ 2 18/11/1990 Virginia Portsmouth, Virginia, United States
Loss 4-1 United States Fred Whitaker PTS 4 16/09/1988 North Carolina Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States

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Preceded by
Warren Thompson
United States Amateur Super Heavyweight Champion
Succeeded by
Wesley Watson