Name: Kennedy McKinney
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Birthplace: Hernando, Mississippi, USA
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Trainers: Kenny Adams, Tommy Parks
Manager: Miguel Diaz
Promoters: Bob Arum, Cedric Kushner
- 1985 2nd place at United States Amateur Championships as a Flyweight, was stopped by Arthur Johnson
- 1986 2nd place at United States Amateur Championships as a Flyweight, losing by decision to Arthur Johnson
- 1987 3rd place at United States Amateur Championships as a Bantamweight, losing by decision to Michael Collins
- 1988 2nd place at United States Amateur Championships as a Bantamweight, losing by decision to Jemal Hinton
- 1988 qualified as a Bantamweight for the United States Olympic Team, avenging previous defeats versus Michael Collins, whom he beat three times and Jemal Hinton, all by decision.
- Won the Bantamweight Olympic Gold Medal at the Seoul Olympic Games. Results were:
- Has a record of 7-4 (5 KOs) in World Title fights.
- Has a record of 7-4 (3 KOs) against former world titleists.
| IBF Super Bantamweight Champion
1992 Dec 2 – 1994 Aug 20
| WBO Super Bantamweight Champion
1997 Dec 19 – 1998
Marco Antonio Barrera