Name: Mike McCallum
Birthplace: Kingston, Jamaica
Hometown: New York, New York, USA
Height: 5′ 11½″ / 182cm
Reach: 74½″ / 189cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainer: George Benton
Claimed an amateur record of 240-10
- 1974 competed as a Welterweight in the 1974 World Championships in Havana, lost by 3rd round TKO to Clint Jackson of the United States.
- 1976 Represented Jamaica as a Welterweight at 1976 Montreal Olympic Games. Results were:
- 1977 National AAU (USA) welterweight champion. McCallum defeated Roger Leonard of the Air Force in the final. McCallum defeated Marlon Starling in semifinals.
- 1977 National Golden Gloves welterweight champion
- 1978 welterweight Gold Medalist at Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Canada.
- 1979 National Golden (USA) Gloves welterweight champion, beating Doug DeWitt and Robbie Sims.
- 1979 2nd place as a Welterweight at Pan-American Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Results were:
- 1979 National Golden Gloves welterweight champion
- 1980 Lost to Alex Ramos in New York Golden Gloves.
McCallum's WBA middleweight belt was vacated after he refused to pay the sanction fees for a fight against James Toney to unify the title. The WBA threatened to strip him of his belt for not paying the fees for the fight, so McCallum gave the belt back.
| WBA Light Middleweight Champion
1984 Oct 19 – 1987
| WBA Middleweight Champion
1989 May 10 – 1991
| WBC Light Heavyweight Champion
1994 Jul 23 – 1995 Jun 16