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== Regional and Minor Titles ==
 
== Regional and Minor Titles ==
 
*WBC Continental Americas Super Lightweight Champion (1985-87)
 
*WBC Continental Americas Super Lightweight Champion (1985-87)
*[[IBC]] Jr. Middleweight Title (1995)
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*[[IBC (Sanctioning Body)| IBC]] Jr. Middleweight Title (1995)
  
 
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Since his retirement, McGirt has become a highly regarded trainer. Among those that he has trained are [[Boxer:Antonio Tarver:014043|Antonio Tarver]] and [[Boxer:Arturo Gatti:003999|Arturo Gatti]]. He won the [[Boxing Writers' Association of America Trainer of the Year Award]] for 2002.
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Since his retirement, McGirt has become a highly regarded trainer. Among those that he has trained are [[Antonio Tarver]] and [[Arturo Gatti]]. He won the [[Boxing Writers' Association of America Trainer of the Year Award]] for 2002.
  
His son, [[Boxer:James McGirt Jr.:235257|James McGirt Jr.]], is also a professional boxer.
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His son, [[James McGirt Jr.]], is also a professional boxer.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:43, 9 September 2007

Buddy McGirt

Name: James McGirt
Alias: Buddy
Birth Name: James Walter McGirt
Born: 1964-01-17
Birthplace: Brentwood, New York, USA
Hometown: Brentwood, New York, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 6½″   /   169cm
Reach: 70″   /   178cm
Boxing Record: click

Manager and Trainer: Al Certo


World Titles

  • IBF Jr. Welterweight Champion (1988)
  • WBC Welterweight Champion (1991-93)

Regional and Minor Titles

  • WBC Continental Americas Super Lightweight Champion (1985-87)
  • IBC Jr. Middleweight Title (1995)

Since his retirement, McGirt has become a highly regarded trainer. Among those that he has trained are Antonio Tarver and Arturo Gatti. He won the Boxing Writers' Association of America Trainer of the Year Award for 2002.

His son, James McGirt Jr., is also a professional boxer.


Preceded by:
Terry Marsh
retires
IBF Light Welterweight Champion
14 February 1988 – 3 September 1988
Succeeded by:
Meldrick Taylor
Preceded by:
Simon Brown
WBC Welterweight Champion
29 November 1991– 6 March 1993
Succeeded by:
Pernell Whitaker