ISIAH THOMAS

WBA Fedelatin Cruiserweight Champion

13-0-0 (W-L-D)

KOs: 6

FIGHTER INFO

NICKNAME: Southpaw Thomas
HEIGHT: 6'4”
DOB 30/12/1989
BIRTHPLACE: Detroit, Michigan, USA
STANCE: southpaw
RECORD: 13-0-0, 6 KOs

BIOGRAPHY

Southpaw Thomas had his first bout in 2002 and kept winning becoming a two-time junior Olympic national champion and easily grabbing the world championships in 2005 drawing high praise from Emanuel Steward:”I have a kid who will be the next big thing – Isiah Thomas,” says Steward. “I don’t have to teach him much, he’s a gifted athlete. I haven’t seen anyone as good since Mays.” His amateur career however stalled somewhat as his two losses against compatriots in 2006 and his loss to Deontay Wilder  at the 2007 National Golden Gloves attested.

VIDEOS

RECORD

RESULT RECORD OPPONENT DATE METHOD ROUNDS NOTES
Win 23-23-2 Rayco Saunders 6/6/14 UD 8 8
Win 30-10-0 Richard Hall 11/30/12 UD 10 10 interim WBA Fedelatin cruiserweight title
Win 10-5-0 Junior Ramos 10/18/12 TKO 3 10
Win 7-3-1 Ricardo Campillo 9/15/12 UD 6 6
Win 6-8-0 Reggie Pena 7/21/12 TKO 2 4
Win 6-6-0 Anthony Pietrantonio 10/6/10 UD 6 6
Win 6-7-0 Larry Pryor 6/24/10 UD 6 6
Win 3-4-0 Julius Jackson 9/18/09 UD 4 4
Win 7-3-1 Craig Gandy 8/13/09 UD 4 4
Win 8-13-2 Jeffrey Osborne Jr 7/17/09 TKO 4 4
Win 0-2-0 Sam Norwood 3/28/09 TKO 1 4
Win 0-2-0 Shawn Dean 10/10/08 KO 1 4
Win debut Tyrone Dicks 9/20/08 KO 1 4