Danell Nicholson

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Name: Danell Nicholson
Alias: Doc
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 193cm
Reach: 203cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

Manager: Alonzo Johnson
Trainer: Eddie Mustafa Muhammad

Danell Nicholson Gallery

Member of the 1992 United States Olympic Team as a Heavyweight. His results were:

Was once a highly regarded prospect,but is now labeled a fighter who can not win the big one. Nicholson did however beat some dangerous opponents in Terrence Lewis, Frankie Swindell, and Jesse Ferguson. Doc's biggest victory by far was a split decision win over John Ruiz for the IBO World Heavyweight Title, Ruiz would later go 1-1-1 with Evander Holyfield.

Nicholson lost his prospect label, Which was only the opinion of a few of those who were writers of boxing articles. This was after back to back losses to fellow prospects Andrew Golota and Kirk Johnson.


Nicholson is the trainer of heavyweight contender Mike Mollo

Preceded by:
Lionel Butler
IBO Heavyweight Champion
1994 Aug 4 – 1994 Oct
Succeeded by:
Jimmy Thunder