Name: Riddick Bowe
Alias: Big Daddy
Birth Name: Riddick Lamont Bowe
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Hometown: Fort Washington, Maryland, USA
Height: 6′ 5″ / 196cm
Reach: 81″ / 206cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainers: Eddie Futch (1989-96), Thell Torrence (1996), Janks Morton (2004), Joe Goossen (2005)
Managers: Rock Newman (1989-96), Jimmy Adams (2004-present)
Riddick Bowe Gallery
- Trained at the Bed-Stuy BA
- Amateur Record: 104-18
- 1983 United States Junior Championships: lost to Adolpho Washington by a second-round TKO in middleweight competition.
- 1985 New York Golden Gloves Light Heavyweight Champion (Novice Division)
- 1985 Light Heavyweight Champion of Junior World Championships in Bucharest, Romania. Defeated Peter Hart of Hungary in the final.
- 1986 New York Golden Gloves Light Heavyweight Champion (Open Division)
- 1987 New York Golden Gloves Super Heavyweight Champion (Open Division)
- 1987 Heavyweight Bronze Medalist at the Pan-American Games in Indianapolis. Lost to Jorge Luis Gonzalez on points.
- 1988 New York Golden Gloves Super Heavyweight Champion (Open Division)
- 1988 Super Heavyweight Silver Medalist at the Seoul Olympic Games. Results:
- Undisputed World Heavyweight Champion (1992)
- WBA/IBF Heavyweight Champion (1992-1993)
- WBO Heavyweight Champion (1995-1996)
- The Ring Fighter of the Year for 1992
| WBC Heavyweight Champion
1992 Nov 13 – 1992 Dec 14
| IBF Heavyweight Champion
WBA Heavyweight Champion
1992 Nov 13 – 1993 Nov 6
| WBO Heavyweight Champion
1995 Mar 11 – 1996 Jan 11
- On June 14,2013, Bowe lost his Mixed Martial Arts debut when he was stopped in 2 rounds due to legkicks by Levgen Golovin in Thailand.