Name: Arthur Johnson
Birth Name: Arthur Anthony Johnson
Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Hometown: East Saint Louis, Illinois, USA
Height: 5′ 7″ / 170cm
Reach: 70″ / 178cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainer: Angelo Dundee
- Amateur Record: 170-20
- 1984 United States Olympic Trials Light Flyweight Quarter-Finalist. Result:
- Lost to Mike Black 0-5
- 1985 United States Amateur Flyweight Champion. Results:
- 1986 United States Amateur Flyweight Champion. Results:
- Defeated Jeffrey Cook 5-0
- Defeated Kennedy McKinney 5-0
- 1987 United States Amateur Flyweight Champion. Results:
- 1988 United States Olympic Trials Flyweight Champion. Result:
- Defeated Chris Carrillo 3-2
- 1988 United States Olympic Box-Offs Flyweight Champion. Result:
- Defeated Chris Carrillo 4-1
- 1988 United States Flyweight Representative at the Seoul Olympic Games. Results:
- Briefly retired from boxing after the 1988 Olympics and didn't turn pro until 1992.
- Fought for a world title four times:
- Lost a close decision to IBF Flyweight Champion Pichit Sithbanprachan in 1994.
- Lost a close decision to WBO Junior Bantamweight Champion Johnny Tapia in 1995.
- Knocked out in one round by IBF Flyweight Champion Mark Johnson in 1998.
- Lost a lopsided decision to IBF Bantamweight Champion Tim Austin in 2000.
- Held the NABF Flyweight Championship from 1996 to 1997.
- Won the NBA Bantamweight Championship in 1999.
- Won the NBA Intercontinental Super Bantamweight Championship in 2003.
- Won the NBA Super Bantamweight Championship in 2003.