Name: Reggie Johnson
Birth Name: Reggie Dwayne Johnson
Birthplace: Houston, Texas, USA
Hometown: Houston, Texas, USA
Height: 5′ 10″ / 178cm
Reach: 72″ / 183cm
Boxing Record: click
- Amateur record of 96-12.
- Light middleweight gold medalist at the 1984 King's Cup in Bangkok, Thailand. Johnson outpointed James Wanyoke of Kenya in the final.
- Light middleweight quarter-finalist at the 1984 United States Olympic Trials in Fort Worth, Texas. Johnson lost a 5-0 decision to Frank Tate.
- Challenged James Toney for the IBF middleweight title on June 29, 1991, and lost by a twelve-round split decision.
- Defeated Steve Collins by a twelve-round majority decision to win the vacant WBA middleweight title on April 22, 1992.
- Lost the WBA middleweight title to John David Jackson in his fourth defense, dropping a close twelve-round unanimous decision on October 1, 1993.
- Fought Jorge Fernando Castro for the vacant WBA middleweight title on August 12, 1994, and lost by a twelve-round split decision.
- Challenged Jorge Fernando Castro for the WBA middleweight title on October 13, 1995, and lost by a twelve-round split decision.
- Scored a fifth-round knockout against William Guthrie to win the IBF light heavyweight title on February 6, 1998.
- Lost the IBF light heavyweight title in his third defense, dropping a lopsided twelve-round unanimous decision to WBA/WBC light heavyweight titlist Roy Jones Jr. on June 5, 1999.
- Record of 7-5 (2 KO) in world title fights.
- Record of 3-6 (1 KO) against former, current and future world titlists.
Minor & Regional Titles
- WBA Inter-Continental middleweight title (1989)
- USBA middleweight title (1990)
- NABF light heavyweight title (2000-2002)
- USBA light heavyweight title (2001-2002)
- IBA light heavyweight title (2008)
In March 2008, Johnson was charged in Harris County, Texas, with theft of more than $120,000, a second-degree felony. He was accused of receiving grant money for youth boxing camps that never took place.
The Houston Area Urban League, in the wake of hurricanes Katrina and Rita, received more than $1 million from the Red Cross to distribute for the agency's 2007 summer Youth Enrichment Action Programs. Johnson was supposed to put on a series of boxing camps involving more than 40 children. 
Johnson was convicted in October 2010 and sentenced to twelve years in prison. He was released in December 2012 due to good behavior. Johnson maintains his innocence to this day. 
| WBA Middleweight Champion
1992 Apr 22 – 1993 Oct 1
John David Jackson
| IBF Light Heavyweight Champion
1998 Feb 6 – 1999 Jun 5
Roy Jones Jr.