Yusaf Mack

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Yusaf Mack
Statistics
Nickname(s) Mack Attack
Rated at Middleweight
Super middleweight
Light heavyweight
Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
Reach 75 in (191 cm)
Nationality American
Born (1980-01-20) January 20, 1980 (age 37)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 41
Wins 31
Wins by KO 17
Losses 8
Draws 2

Yusaf Mack (born January 20, 1980) is an American former professional boxer and pornographic actor.

Professional boxing career[edit]

On November 17, 2000, Mack made his professional boxing debut defeating Willie Lee via TKO in the second round.

He has held regional titles from the USBA (Now the IBF), NABA, UBA, and NABF. Mack has fought several former world champions, including Alejandro Berrio, Glen Johnson and Carl Froch.

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
41 fights 31 wins 8 losses
By knockout 17 5
By decision 14 3
Draws 2
Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
Loss 31–8–2 United States Cory Cummings UD 6 October 25, 2014 United States Schuetzen Park, North Bergen, New Jersey
Loss 31–7–2 United States Thomas Williams Jr. UD 10 November 11, 2013 United States BB&T Center, Sunrise, Florida
Loss 31–6–2 United States Cedric Agnew UD 12 April 12, 2013 United States Four Winds Casino, New Buffalo, Michigan Lost USBA Light Heavyweight title.
Loss 31–5–2 United Kingdom Carl Froch KO 3 2012-11-17 United Kingdom Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, United Kingdom For IBF Super Middleweight title.
Win 31–4–2 Togo Sabou Ballogou UD 6 2012-07-07 United States PA Convention Center, Philadelphia
Win 30–4–2 United States Omar Sheika UD 12 2012-04-27 United States Resorts Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey Won USBA light heavyweight title.
Loss 29-4-2 United States Tavoris Cloud TKO 8 2011-06-25 United States Family Arena, Saint Charles, Missouri For IBF Light Heavyweight title
Win 29–3-2 United States Otis Griffin SD 12 2011-03-04 United States Warner Center Marriott, Woodland Hills, California IBF Light Heavyweight title Eliminator, USBA Light Heavyweight title.
Loss 28–3-2 Jamaica Glen Johnson TKO 6 2010-02-05 United States NSU Arena, Don Taft University Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida IBF Light Heavyweight title Eliminator.
Win 28–2-2 United States DeAndrey Abron TKO 4 2009-05-30 United States Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood, Florida
Win 27–2-2 United States Chris Henry SD 12 2009-02-06 United States Wicomico Civic Center, Salisbury, Maryland For NABA and NABF light heavyweight titles
Win 26–2-2 United States Omar Pittman TKO 6 2008-09-26 United States National Guard Armory, Philadelphia For NABA light heavyweight title and vacant USA Pennsylvania State light heavyweight title
Win 25–2-2 United States Daniel Judah UD 10 2008-06-04 United States Aviator Sports Complex, Brooklyn, New York For vacant NABA light heavyweight title
Win 24–2-2 Mexico Ernesto Zamora TKO 2 2008-04-11 United States The Odeum, Villa Park, Illinois
Loss 23–2-2 Mexico Librado Andrade TKO 7 2007-10-06 United States Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas For vacant USBA super middleweight title
Win 23–1-2 Puerto Rico Jose Juan Vasquez UD 10 2007-06-27 United States Cipriani Wall Street, New York City
Loss 22–1-2 Colombia Alejandro Berrio TKO 6 2006-05-19 United States Club Cinema, Pompano Beach, Florida
Win 22–0-2 United States Tim Shocks TKO 3 2006-02-11 United States First District Plaza, Philadelphia
Win 21–0-2 United States Christian Cruz TKO 6 2005-11-10 United States First District Plaza, Philadelphia
Win 20–0-2 United States Thomas Reid UD 10 2005-08-13 United States Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York
Win 19–0-2 Jamaica Richard Grant UD 12 2005-02-25 United States Orléans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Win 18–0-2 United States Shannon Miller TKO 8 2004-10-08 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 17–0-2 United States Donnell Wiggins KO 2 2004-07-09 United States The Tabernacle, Atlanta, United Kingdom
Draw 16–0-2 United States Randy Griffin UD 6 2004-05-20 United States Kewadin Casino, Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
Win 16–0-1 United States Ray Berry UD 6 2004-04-09 United States Drexel National Guard Armory, Philadelphia
Win 15–0-1 United States Yusef Robinson TKO 1 2004-01-16 United States Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham, Alabama
Win 14–0-1 United States Darren Whitley TKO 5 2003-12-05 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 13–0-1 United States Sam Reese UD 8 2003-09-12 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 12–0-1 United States Vernon Hines TKO 2 2003-09-06 United States Virginia Showplace, Richmond, Virginia
Win 11–0-1 Colombia Juan Carlos Viloria TKO 4 2003-06-27 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 10–0-1 United States Robert Marsh TKO 1 2003-04-25 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 9–0-1 United States Matthew Thompson UD 6 2003-03-15 United States Shuler Gymnasium, Philadelphia
Win 8–0-1 United States Robert Marsh UD 6 2003-02-21 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 7–0-1 United States Alex Dill UD 6 2002-12-06 United States The Blue Horizon, Philadelphia
Win 6–0-1 United States John McKinney TKO 4 2002-07-27 United States Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Biloxi, Mississippi
Win 5-0-1 United States Morgan Wilson TKO 1 2002-03-26 United States Philadelphia
Win 4–0-1 Jamaica Gary Grant TKO 6 2001-11-03 United States Philadelphia
Draw 3–0-1 Puerto Rico Jose Aponte UD 4 2001-10-10 United States Lagoon Nightclub, Essington, Pennsylvania
Win 3–0 United States Todd Richwine KO 1 2001-09-25 United States Lincoln Hotel, Reading, Pennsylvania
Win 2–0 United States Benji Singleton UD 6 2001-03-29 United States Armory, Philadelphia
Win 1–0 United States Willie Lee TKO 2 2000-11-17 United States Mississippi Coast Coliseum, Biloxi, Mississippi Professional debut

Personal life[edit]

Mack is a father of ten children and was engaged to a woman.[1]


Pornography career[edit]

In 2015, he appeared in a Dawgpoundusa.com production titled Holiday Hump'n along with gay pornographic actors Bamm Bamm and Young Buck under the name Philly. He initially claimed he had been drugged by the film's producers and had no recollection of making the film,[2] but later told WTXF-TV that he was gay and had lied to cover that up.[3]

He currently stars in films for the Reality Dudes production company under the stage name Philly Mack.[4][5]

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