Robert Hines

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For the American wildlife artist, see Robert W. Hines. For the American stand-up comedian and actor, see Robert L. Hines.

Robert Hines (born March 28, 1961 in Manhattan, NY), was a professional boxer in the Light Middleweight (154lb) division. Known as "Bam Bam", Hines turned pro in 1981 and won the IBF Light Middleweight Title with a decision win over Matthew Hilton in 1988. He lost the belt in his first defense to Darrin Van Horn. He currently works as a trainer at the James Shuler Boxing Gym in Philadelphia.

Preceded by
Matthew Hilton
IBF Light Middleweight boxing champion
4 Nov 1988–5 Feb 1989
Succeeded by
Darrin Van Horn

Professional boxing record[edit]

25 Wins (17 knockouts, 8 decisions), 3 Losses (2 knockouts, 1 decision), 1 Draw, 1 No Contest [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 26-5 United States Brett Lally TKO 4 25/06/1990 United States Harrah's Marina, Atlantic City, New Jersey WBC NABF Light Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:51 of the fourth round.
Win 7-3-1 United States Salim Muhammad TKO 2 20/11/1989 United States Pennsylvania Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Loss 38-0 United States Darrin Van Horn UD 12 05/02/1989 United States Trump Castle, Atlantic City, New Jersey IBF World Light Middleweight Title. 110-118, 111-118, 112-116.
Win 29-0 Canada Matthew Hilton UD 12 04/11/1988 United States Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas, Nevada IBF World Light Middleweight Title. 116-110, 112-111, 114-111.
Win 6-6-1 Brazil Jose Laercio Bezerra de Lima TKO 3 16/08/1988 United States Philadelphia Armory, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Win 15-7-1 United States Steve "Lightning" Little UD 12 21/04/1988 United States Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey IBF USBA Light Middleweight Title. 117-112, 117-112, 118-110.
Win 18-1 United States Tony Montgomery TKO 10 23/10/1987 United States Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey IBF USBA Light Middleweight Title.
No Contest 21-3-1 United States Donald Bowers NC 2 18/08/1987 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Referee stopped the bout at 1:38 and awarded the fight to Hines. However, since Hines hit Bowers while he was down, the decision was vacated.
Win 10-2-3 United States Anthony Wiley TKO 5 01/06/1987 United States Pennsylvania Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wiley did not come out for the sixth round.
Win 9-3 Puerto Rico Ismael Negron KO 7 31/03/1987 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Negron knocked out at 2:38 of the seventh round.
Draw 20-5 United States James "Hard Rock" Green PTS 10 01/07/1985 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey 4-5, 6-4, 5-5.
Win 20-5-1 United States Kevin Howard UD 10 07/04/1985 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey 8-1, 8-1, 7-3.
Loss 10-5 United States Ricardo Bryant TKO 7 27/06/1994 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey Referee stopped the bout at 1:02 of the seventh round.
Win 3-8-1 United States Dennis Fain KO 2 30/05/1984 United States Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 23-10-10 Argentina Ramon Gaspar Abeldano TKO 7 22/01/1984 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 13-1 United States Lanny Edmonds KO 7 17/09/1983 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 10-5 United States Jake Torrance PTS 8 14/07/1983 United States Ice World, Totowa, New Jersey
Win 11-16 United States Eddie Campbell KO 3 26/05/1983 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 23-15-4 United States JJ Cottrell PTS 8 19/02/1983 United States Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 8-8-1 United States Richard House KO 2 13/11/1982 United States The Sands, Atlantic City, New Jersey House knocked out at 2:03 of the second round.
Win 13-3 United States Luis Mateo KO 4 17/10/1982 United States The Claridge, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 14-3 United States Tommy May KO 4 25/09/1982 United States Great Gorge Playboy Club, McAfee, New Jersey
Win 24-30 United States Sammy Rookard KO 1 19/07/1983 United States Bally's Park Place, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 2-9 United States Billy Hodge KO 1 24/06/1982 United States Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 4-0 United States Larry Fleming PTS 6 02/03/1982 United States The Tropicana, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 5-4 United States Teddy White PTS 6 22/12/1981 United States Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win -- United States "The Real" Rocky Balboa KO 1 07/11/1981 United States The Hacienda, Las Vegas, Nevada
Win 3-5 United States Jose Green KO 2 17/09/1981 United States Atlantic City, New Jersey
Win 2-5 United States Ira Robinson TKO 2 30/07/1981 United States Martin Luther King Arena, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Win 2-3 United States Ira Robinson PTS 4 08/03/1981 United States Resorts Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey

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