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'''Leo Randolph''' was a product of the Tacoma Boys Club amateur program, along with fellow Olympic Gold Medalist [[Sugar Ray Seales]], and future world champions [[Rocky Lockridge]] and [[Johnny Bumphus]]. He was trained as an amateur and professional by Joe Clough, the head trainer at the Tacoma Boys Club.
 
'''Leo Randolph''' was a product of the Tacoma Boys Club amateur program, along with fellow Olympic Gold Medalist [[Sugar Ray Seales]], and future world champions [[Rocky Lockridge]] and [[Johnny Bumphus]]. He was trained as an amateur and professional by Joe Clough, the head trainer at the Tacoma Boys Club.
  
Randolph won the [[WBA]] Featherweight Championship by stopping [[Ricardo Cardona]] in the 15th round. He retired after losing the title in his first defense to [[Sergio Victor Palma]] by a 5th round TKO.
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Randolph won the [[WBA]] Super Bantamweight Championship by stopping [[Ricardo Cardona]] in the 15th round. He retired after losing the title in his first defense to [[Sergio Victor Palma]] by a 5th round TKO.
  
 
He was inducted into the [[Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame]] in 2005.  
 
He was inducted into the [[Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame]] in 2005.  

Revision as of 05:39, 13 December 2012

Randolph competing in the Olympics

Name: Leo Randolph
Born: 1958-02-27
Birthplace: Columbus, Mississippi, USA
Hometown: Spanaway, Washington, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 7½″   /   172cm
Boxing Record: click

Trainer and Manager: Joe Clough
Leo Randolph was a product of the Tacoma Boys Club amateur program, along with fellow Olympic Gold Medalist Sugar Ray Seales, and future world champions Rocky Lockridge and Johnny Bumphus. He was trained as an amateur and professional by Joe Clough, the head trainer at the Tacoma Boys Club.

Randolph won the WBA Super Bantamweight Championship by stopping Ricardo Cardona in the 15th round. He retired after losing the title in his first defense to Sergio Victor Palma by a 5th round TKO.

He was inducted into the Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame in 2005.

As of March 2007, Randolph was working as a bus driver in Tacoma.

Amateur Achievements

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Preceded by:
Ricardo Cardona
WBA Super Bantamweight Champion
1980 May 4 – 1980 Aug 9
Succeeded by:
Sergio Victor Palma