Chris Algieri

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Name: Chris Algieri
Birth Name: Christopher Mark Algieri
Hometown: Huntington, New York, USA
Birthplace: Huntington, New York, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 178cm
Reach: 183cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Pro Kickboxer: Record

Professional Championship Background

  • Promoted by Joe DeGuardia's Star Boxing , signed after reaching 10-0 as a professional boxer.
  • Never fought as an amateur. Converted to professional boxing after retiring from professional kickboxing with a 20-0 record.
  • Undefeated World Kickboxing Champion, with a 20-0 record at welterweight and super welterweight in the WKA and ISKA.
  • 40-0 combined record as a professional kickboxer and professional boxer. Algieri's professional record puts him among the best undefeated professionals in the ring today, along with Floyd Mayweather Jr. (46-0) and Argentina's Cesar Rene Cuenca (47-0).
  • Reached 20-0 as boxer, decisioning world ranked Emmanuel Taylor and Ruslan Provodnikov to win WBO World Light Welterweight title.

New York State Supreme Court Rules in Algieri's Favor in Managerial Dispute

  • On Thursday, June 12, 2014, New York State Supreme Court justice Jeffrey Oing refused manager Humberto Romero's request to stop Algieri's WBO World Welterweight title challenge against Ruslan Provodnikov at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday June 14, 2014. Romero claimed the fight had to be stopped as Algieri broke his contract and owed manager's fees of nearly a million dollars for working with him the past three years. In addition, Romero claimed he was entitled to 16 percent of all of Algieri’s boxing purses as per the terms of his managerial contract with him, including 16 percent of the $250,000 purse for fighting Provodnikov on HBO, plus 20 percent of all endorsements, business deals and personal appearances. Algieri's court papers answered Algieri broke contract with Romero because he felt his manager was not doing enough to promote him. Algieri's contract with Romero was subsequently ruled void by the New York State Athletic Commission. The judge stated Romero should have timely gone to court a year earlier when Algieri fought two matches. [1]

Professional Record

  • Has a record of 1-1 (0 KO) in world title fights.
  • Has a record of 1-3 (0 KO) against former or current world titlists:
  • Has a record of 0-1 (0 KO) in fights outside his native United States.

World Titles

  • WBO Junior Welterweight Title (2014; 0 defenses)

Awards & Recognition


Preceded by:
Ruslan Provodnikov
WBO Light Welterweight Champion
2014 Jun 14 – 2014 Nov
Stripped
Succeeded by:
Terence Crawford