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== Awards ==
 
== Awards ==
 
*[[WBHOF: Fighter of the Year|World Boxing Hall of Fame ''Fighter of the Year'' (2000)]]
 
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== Minor Titles Held ==
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* [[WBA]] Intercontinental Light Middleweight Title (2008)
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* [[IBA]] Light Middleweight Title (2003)
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* [[IBA]] Welterweight Title (2000)
  
 
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Revision as of 15:49, 9 August 2009

'Sugar' Shane Mosley

Name: Shane Mosley
Alias: Sugar
Birth Name: Shane Donte Mosley
Born: 1971-09-07
Birthplace: Lynwood, California, USA
Hometown: Pomona, California, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 5′ 8½″   /   174cm
Reach: 71″   /   180cm
Boxing Record: click

Managers: Jack Mosley and himself
Trainers: Jack Mosley (1992-2004, 2006-2008), Joe Goossen (2004), John David Jackson (2005-2006), Nazim Richardson (2009-present)
Shane Mosley Gallery

Amateur Achievements

Amateur Recird: 250-16

  • 1989 United States Amateur champion at lightweight (132 lbs)
  • 1989 World Junior Championships Silver Medalist in San Juan (PUR) (132 lbs)
  • 1990 United States Amateur champion at lightweight (132 lbs)
  • 1990 Goodwill Games Bronze Medalist in Seattle (USA) (132lbs)
  • 1992 United States Amateur Champion at light welterweight (139 lbs)
  • Competed in the 1992 Olympic Trials, but lost a decision in the semi-finals against Vernon Forrest.

Awards

Minor Titles Held

  • WBA Intercontinental Light Middleweight Title (2008)
  • IBA Light Middleweight Title (2003)
  • IBA Welterweight Title (2000)


Preceded by:
Philip Holiday
IBF Lightweight Champion
1997 Aug 2 – 1999 Apr
Vacated
Succeeded by:
Paul Spadafora
Preceded by:
Oscar De La Hoya
WBC Welterweight Champion
2000 Jun 17 – 2002 Jan 26
Succeeded by:
Vernon Forrest
Preceded by:
Oscar De La Hoya
Super Champion
WBA Light Middleweight Champion
2003 Sep 13 – 2004 Mar 13
Super Champion
Succeeded by:
Ronald (Winky) Wright
Super Champion
Preceded by:
Oscar De La Hoya
WBC Light Middleweight Champion
2003 Sep 13 – 2004 Mar 13
Succeeded by:
Ronald (Winky) Wright
Preceded by:
Antonio Margarito
Super Champion
WBA Welterweight Champion
2009 Jan 24 – present
Super Champion
Succeeded by: