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Name: Tyrell Biggs
Born: 1960-12-22
Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Hometown: Newport Beach, California, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 5″   /   196cm
Reach: 80″   /   203cm
Boxing Record: click

Manager: Shelly Finkel
Trainer: Lou Duva, Joe Frazier
Tyrell Biggs Gallery

On October 16, 1987, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Tyrell Biggs attempted to capture the undisputed Heavyweight championship of the world from reigning champion Mike Tyson. Biggs would go down twice in the 7th round, eventually losing via a 7th round TKO.

Amateur Achievements

Claimed an amateur record of 108-6-4

  • 1981 United States (National AAU) Super Heavyweight champion
  • 1982 United States (National AAU) Super Heavyweight champion
  • 1982 World Champion at Super Heavyweight. Defeated Francesco Damiani of Italy in final.
  • 1984 Super Heavweight Olympic Gold Medalist at 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. Results were