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'''Manager''': [[Mark Vaz]]<br>
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'''Manager:''' [[Mark Vaz]], [[Al Haymon]]<br>
'''Advisor''': [[Lou DiBella]]<br>
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'''Advisor:''' [[Lou DiBella]]<br>
'''Trainers''': [[Pat Burns]] (2001-present) and [[Ozell Nelson]] (started with Taylor as an amateur), [[Emanuel Steward]] (2006-present)
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'''Trainers:''' [[Pat Burns]] (2001-2006) and [[Ozell Nelson]] (started with Taylor as an amateur), [[Emanuel Steward]] (2006-2007), [[Ozell Nelson]]  (2007-Present)  
 
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'''[[:Category:Jermain Taylor Gallery|Jermain Taylor Gallery]]'''<BR>
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== Professional Highlights ==
 
== Professional Highlights ==
Jermain won the World Middleweight Title on July 16, 2005, with a split decision victory over Bernard Hopkins in Las Vegas, NV. In the rematch he earned a unanimous decision victory. In his last fight, he battled to a draw with [[Winky Wright]].
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'''Jermain Taylor''' won the World Middleweight Title on July 16, 2005, with a [[Bernard Hopkins vs. Jermain Taylor (1st meeting)|split decision]] victory over [[Bernard Hopkins]] in Las Vegas, NV. In the rematch he earned a [[Jermain Taylor vs. Bernard Hopkins (2nd meeting) |unanimous decision]] victory. In his next fight, he battled to a [[Jermain Taylor vs. Ronald Wright|draw]] with [[Ronald (Winky) Wright]] then made two defenses against [[Kassim Ouma]] and [[Cory Spinks]]. On September 29, 2007, Taylor suffered his [[Jermain Taylor vs. Kelly Pavlik (1st meeting)|first defeat]] to [[Kelly Pavlik]] to lose his [[WBC]] and [[WBO]] middleweight titles.
  
 
== Amateur Highlights==
 
== Amateur Highlights==
*1998 United States Amateur Light Middleweight Champion. Results included:
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*1998 United States Amateur light middleweight champion. His results included:
 
**Defeated [[Yamar Resto]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Yamar Resto]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Philip Thrasher]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Philip Thrasher]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Chris Lords]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Chris Lords]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Anthony Hanshaw]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Anthony Hanshaw]] on points
*1999 United States Amateur Championships at Light Middleweight. Results were:
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*1999 United States Amateur Championships at light middleweight. His results were:
 
**Defeated [[Santiago Rodriguez]] WDQ 3
 
**Defeated [[Santiago Rodriguez]] WDQ 3
**Defeated [[Peter Manfredo Jr]] TKO 2
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**Defeated [[Peter Manfredo Jr.]] TKO 2
 
**Lost to [[Anthony Hanshaw]] on points
 
**Lost to [[Anthony Hanshaw]] on points
*1999 National Golden Gloves Champion at Light Middleweight. Results were:
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*1999 National Golden Gloves Champion at light middleweight. His results were:
**Defeated [[Jason Aaker]] on points
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**Defeated [[Jason Aaker]] by split decision
**Defeated [[Peter Manfredo Jr]] on points
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**Defeated [[Peter Manfredo Jr.]] on points
 
**Defeated [[David Leal]] on points
 
**Defeated [[David Leal]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Dorian Beaupierre]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Dorian Beaupierre]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Anthony Hanshaw]] on points
 
**Defeated [[Anthony Hanshaw]] on points
*Qualified at Light Middleweight for 2000 Olympic Games at the Olympic Trials in Tampa, Florida. Results were:
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*Qualified at light middleweight for 2000 [[Olympic Games]] at the Olympic Trials in Tampa, Florida. His results were:
 
**Defeated [[Fritz Roberts]] (Virgin Islands) TKO 2
 
**Defeated [[Fritz Roberts]] (Virgin Islands) TKO 2
 
**Defeated [[Luis Sierra]] (Puerto Rico) TKO 3
 
**Defeated [[Luis Sierra]] (Puerto Rico) TKO 3
 
**Defeated [[Scott MacIntosh]] (Canada) on points
 
**Defeated [[Scott MacIntosh]] (Canada) on points
 
**Defeated [[Hely Yanes]] (Venezuela) on points
 
**Defeated [[Hely Yanes]] (Venezuela) on points
*Light Middleweight bronze medalist representing the [[2000 United States Olympians|United States]] at the 2000 [[Olympics]] in Sydney, Australia. Results were:  
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*Light Middleweight Bronze Medalist representing the [[2000 United States Olympians|United States]] at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. His results were:  
**Defeated [[Dmitri Usagin]] (Bulgaria) TKO 1
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**Defeated [[Dmitri Usagin]] (Bulgaria) RSC 1
**Defeated [[Scott MacIntosh]] (Canada) on points
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**Defeated [[Scott MacIntosh]] (Canada) 23-9
**Defeated [[Felix Sturm|Adnan Catic]] (Germany) on points
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**Defeated [[Felix Sturm|Adnan Catic]] (Germany) 19-14
**Lost to [[Yermakhan Ibraimov]] (Kazakhstan) on points
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**Lost to [[Yermakhan Ibraimov]] (Kazakhstan) RSC 4
  
 
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  before=[[Bernard Hopkins]]|
 
  before=[[Bernard Hopkins]]|
title=[[WBA Middleweight Champion|WBA Middleweight Super Champion]]|
 
after=[[Mariano Natalio Carrera]]|
 
years=16 Jul 2005 &ndash; 14 Dec 2006 (Stripped)
 
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before=[[Bernard Hopkins]]|
 
title=[[WBC Middleweight Champion]]|
 
start=16 Jul 2005|
 
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before= [[Bernard Hopkins]]|
 
 
  title=[[IBF Middleweight Champion]]|
 
  title=[[IBF Middleweight Champion]]|
 
  after=[[Arthur Abraham]]|
 
  after=[[Arthur Abraham]]|
  years=16 Jul 2005 &ndash; 11 Oct 2005 (Vacated)
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  years=2005 Jul 16 &ndash; 2005 Oct 11<br>'''Vacated'''|
 
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before=[[Bernard Hopkins]]<br>Super Champion|
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years=2005 Jul 16 &ndash; 2006 Dec 14<br>'''Super Champion'''<br>'''Stripped'''
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  before=[[Bernard Hopkins]]|
 
  before=[[Bernard Hopkins]]|
  title=[[WBO Middleweight Champion]]|
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  title=[[WBC Middleweight Champion]]<br>[[WBO Middleweight Champion]]|
  start=16 Jul 2005|
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  after=[[Kelly Pavlik]]|
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years=2005 Jul 16 &ndash; 2007 Sep 29|
 
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[[Category:2000 Olympians|Taylor, Jermain]]
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[[Category:United States Amateur Champions|Taylor, Jermain]]
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[[Category:American Olympians|Taylor, Jermain]]
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[[Category:World Middleweight Champions]]
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Revision as of 02:01, 1 June 2012

Jermain Taylor

Name: Jermain Taylor
Alias: Bad Intentions
Born: 1978-08-11 (Age:36)
Birthplace: Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
Hometown: Maumelle, Arkansas, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 11″   /   180cm
Reach: 74½″   /   189cm
Boxing Record: click

Manager: Mark Vaz, Al Haymon
Advisor: Lou DiBella
Trainers: Pat Burns (2001-2006) and Ozell Nelson (started with Taylor as an amateur), Emanuel Steward (2006-2007), Ozell Nelson (2007-Present)


Jermain Taylor Gallery


Professional Highlights

Jermain Taylor won the World Middleweight Title on July 16, 2005, with a split decision victory over Bernard Hopkins in Las Vegas, NV. In the rematch he earned a unanimous decision victory. In his next fight, he battled to a draw with Ronald (Winky) Wright then made two defenses against Kassim Ouma and Cory Spinks. On September 29, 2007, Taylor suffered his first defeat to Kelly Pavlik to lose his WBC and WBO middleweight titles.

Amateur Highlights


Preceded by:
Bernard Hopkins
IBF Middleweight Champion
2005 Jul 16 – 2005 Oct 11
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Arthur Abraham
Preceded by:
Bernard Hopkins
Super Champion
WBA Middleweight Champion
2005 Jul 16 – 2006 Dec 14
Super Champion
Stripped
Succeeded by:
Preceded by:
Bernard Hopkins
WBC Middleweight Champion
WBO Middleweight Champion

2005 Jul 16 – 2007 Sep 29
Succeeded by:
Kelly Pavlik