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 World Championships in Havana, Cuba, lost on points to Clint Jackson of the United States.
- 1976 Jamaican Welterweight representative at the Montreal Olympic Games. Results:
- 1977 National AAU Welterweight Champion. Defeated Marlon Starling in the semifinals, and Roger Leonard of the Air Force in the final.
- 1977 National Golden Gloves Welterweight Champion.
- 1978 Welterweight Gold Medalist at the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
- 1979 National Golden Gloves Welterweight Champion, beating Doug DeWitt and Robbie Sims.
- 1979 Welterweight Silver Medalist at the Pan American Games in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Results:
- 1980 New Golden Gloves, lost to Alex Ramos.
- WBA Light Middleweight Champion (1984-1987).
- WBA Middleweight Champion (1989-1991). McCallum was stripped for choosing to fight IBF Middleweight Champion James Toney instead of the WBA mandatory, Steve Collins, whom he had already defeated.
- WBC Light Heavyweight Champion (1994-1995).
Life After Boxing
- McCallum is now a trainer based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2003.
| 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