Zab Judah

Zab Judah

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Zab Judah

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Zabdiel Judah (born October 27, 1977) is an American professional boxer. Judah has won five world titles between the junior welterweight and welterweight divisions, and is a former undisputed welterweight champion. He is also a former WBO junior welterweight champion and was ranked #8 in the welterweight division by The Ring magazine. After compiling an amateur record of 110–5, Judah turned professional in 1996. On February 12, 2000, Judah won the IBF junior welterweight title by defeating Jan Piet Bergman by fourth round . He successfully defended the IBF title five times before losing to by second round on November 3, 2001. Judah's actions after the fight, which included throwing a stool across the ring and sticking his gloved fist into referee 's neck, resulted in him being fined 75,000 and receiving a six-month suspension. On July 12, 2003, Judah defeated by to win the WBO junior welterweight title. He made one successful defense of the WBO title before moving up to welterweight.

On April 10, 2004, Judah lost by unanimous decision to Cory Spinks for the undisputed welterweight championship, but Judah would defeat Spinks by ninth round technical knockout in a rematch ten months later. After defeating Cosme Rivera by third round technical knockout, Judah was upended by Carlos Baldomir on January 7, 2006. The Ring would name Baldomir's victory over Judah the upset of the year for 2006. On April 8, 2006, Judah lost to Floyd Mayweather,......
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