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Trevor Berbick Statistics Real name Trevor Berbick Rated at Heavyweight Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) Reach 78 in (198 cm) Nationality Jamaican Canadian Born August 1, 1954(1954-08-01) Norwich, Port Antonio, Jamaica Died October 28, 2006(2006-10-28) (aged 52) Norwich, Port Antonio, Jamaica Stance Orthodox Boxing record Total fights 61 Wins 49 Wins by KO 33 Losses 11 Draws 1 No contests 0 Trevor Berbick (August 1, 1954 – October 28, 2006) was a Jamaican -Canadian heavyweight boxer who fought as a professional from 1976 until 2000. Berbick briefly held the WBC world heavyweight championship in 1986, before losing it to Mike Tyson. He was the last man to fight Muhammad Ali, winning a 10-round unanimous decision in Nassau, Bahamas in 1981.[1] In 2006 he was murdered near his hometown of Norwich, Jamaica. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Amateur career 1.3 Professional career 2 Outside the ring 2.1 Troubles with the law 2.2 Feud with Larry Holmes 2.3 Retirement 2.4 Murder 3 Professional boxing record 4 References 5 External links Biography Early life He was born on August 1, 1954 in Norwich, Port Antonio, Jamaica. During interviews with the press, he claimed to have a vision from God at the age of 16.[citation needed] Amateur career At 21, Berbick represented his native Jamaica in the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Quebec, Canada as a heavyweight boxer, despite having had only 11 prior amateur bouts. His lack of experience was plainly evident as he lost to the eventual silver medalist, Mircea Şimon of Romania. However, he still displayed a lot of promise as a young heavyweight boxer. He lost a decision to future heavyweight champion Michael Dokes in the Pan-Am semifinals. Professional career Berbick left Jamaica after the Olympics. He opted to stay in Canada and fight professionally out of Montreal and Halifax. He won his first 11 fights (10 by knockout) before suffering his first pro loss to another rising contender, Bernardo Mercado, on April 3, 1979. As an amateur, Berbick had soundly beaten Mercado. However, with 10 seconds remaining in the first round of their only professional meeting, Berbick walked into a punch and was knocked out cold. Nevertheless he remained in contention for the heavyweight title. A 1980 upset of ex-champ John Tate (9th round KO) secured a title shot against Larry Holmes on April 11, 1981, but Berbick lost a 15-round unanimous decision. In his second fight after the loss, he beat 39-year-old Muhammad Ali in the final fight of Ali's career. In 1982 he beat undefeated prospect Greg Page, and in 1984 he moved to Miramar, Florida and signed with promoter Don King. Wins over undefeated Mitch "Blood" Green and David Bey scored him another title fight, and he won the WBC world heavyweight title by upsetting Pinklon Thomas with an easy unanimous decision on March 22, 1986. However, his reign as champion would be brief. On November 22, in his first defense of the title, he was knocked down twice in the second round by 20-year-old Mike Tyson. Berbick got up from the first knockdown, but after the second he fell to the canvas three times while trying to get up, prompting referee Mills Lane to stop the fight, which gave Berbick a TKO loss. Again, he made boxing history—this time by being the man who Tyson defeated for his first heavyweight title, symbolically bridging the eras of Ali and Tyson, as fight commentator Barry Tompkins said after the knockout: "And we have a new era in boxing!" Mike Tyson tells YES Network's Michael Kay in a new CenterStage premiering May 26, 2010 that he wanted to exact revenge on champion Trevor Berbick during their 1986 title bout for the beating Berbick gave Muhammad Ali in Ali's last fight in 1981. "I just thought he unmercifully beat the crap out of Ali," Tyson says. "I just thought that he didn't have to do that. This guy, Ali, was absolutely helpless. … Ali couldn't do nothing." Along with Larry Holmes, Berbick is one of only two men in professional boxing history to have fought both Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson. In 1991, he went to the UWFI in Japan to fight Nobuhiko Takada in a "boxer vs. wrestler" bout. Berbick claimed that he had been double-crossed and that he had expected the fight to be like American kickboxing, but it turned out that the rules allowed Takada to kick Berbick below the belt. Berbick refused to mount any offense, instead repeatedly complaining to the referee as Takada kicked him repeatedly in the legs. Takada claimed victory by default when Berbick exited the ring. [2]. Afterwards, his career deteriorated further. He eventually fought his last bout in 2000 against Canadian journeyman Shane Sutcliffe, winning a 12-round unanimous decision. Afterwards, a CAT scan revealed a blood clot in his brain and his boxing license was revoked. His final professional record was 49 wins (33 by knockout), 12 losses, and 1 draw. Outside the ring Berbick was a preacher at the Moments of Miracles Pentecostal church in Las Vegas. Troubles with the law Berbick was arrested on a number of occasions throughout his life and was sentenced in Florida to 5 years in prison for sexually assaulting his children's babysitter in 1992. He served 15 months. In 1997, he violated his parole and was deported from the United States. Feud with Larry Holmes Berbick had a well-publicized feud with Larry Holmes, whom he fought in 1981. Their feud culminated in a public brawl in 1991 which was caught on tape. Holmes landed a flying drop kick on Berbick off the hood of a car while Berbick was being escorted from the scene by police; Berbick was complaining about being kicked and punched by Larry Holmes moments before a camera caught Holmes fly kicking Berbick.[3]. Retirement He retired in Florida to be with his wife and three children (he had three children with his first wife in Montreal) and started to train boxers at Kenny Barrett's Gym in Tamarac, Florida. Berbick's problems escalated. He was again deported from the U.S. on December 2, 2002. Murder On October 28, 2006, he was murdered at a church in Norwich, Jamaica by an assailant wielding a 2-inch-thick (51 mm) steel pipe. He suffered multiple blows to the head and died at the scene.[2] Police arrested two men, one of whom was Berbick's 20-year-old nephew Harold Berbick,[3] in connection with the murder. They were interrogated at the Port Antonio police station in Portland as of early in the morning of October 29.[4] Local residents indicated that the suspect was involved in a land dispute with Berbick.[5] On November 3 it was reported that Berbick's nephew, 20-year-old Harold Berbick, and an unidentified 18-year-old man had been charged with his murder by Jamaican police.[6] On December 20, 2007, Harold Berbick was found guilty of the murder of his uncle. His alleged accomplice, Kenton Gordon, was found guilty of manslaughter. Both were sentenced on January 11, 2008.[7] Harold Berbick was sentenced to life in prison; Kenton Gordon was sentenced to fourteen years in prison.[8] He has three sons who live in Halifax, Nova Scotia: Quinn, Jamaal and Shawn. Professional boxing record 49 Wins (33 knockouts, 16 decisions), 11 Losses (2 knockouts, 9 decisions), 1 Draw [4] Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes Win 49-11-1 Shane Sutcliffe UD 12 26/05/2000 Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Retained Canada Heavyweight title. Shortly after this fight, Berbick retired and vacated the title. Loss 48-11-1 Tony LaRosa SD 8 12/08/1999 Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada Win 48-10-1 Iran Barkley UD 8 29/06/1999 Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Win 47-10-1 Shane Sutcliffe TKO 12 (12) 05/02/1999 Pierre-Charbonneau Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Won Canada Heavyweight title. Berbick recaptures the Canadian heavyweight crown 14 years after vacating the title. Win 46-10-1 Ben Perlini UD 10 06/08/1998 Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada Loss 45-10-1 Lyle McDowell SD 12 15/09/1997 Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada For vacant IBO Inter-Continental Heavyweight title. Loss 45-9-1 Hasim Rahman UD 10 15/10/1996 Caesar's Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Win 45-8-1 Louis Monaco UD 10 18/09/1996 Music Fair, Westbury, New York, United States Win 44-8-1 Ken Smith TKO 4 (10) 26/04/1996 Westbury, New York, United States Win 43-8-1 Bruce Johnson TKO 3 (?) 25/08/1995 Columbus, Ohio, United States Loss 42-8-1 Jimmy Thunder PTS 12 15/03/1995 Mounds View, Minnesota, United States For vacant WBC Continental Americas Heavyweight title. Win 42-7-1 Melvin Foster SD 10 13/09/1994 Westbury, New York, United States Win 41-7-1 Marcellus Brown KO 2 (10) 10/08/1994 New Orleans, Louisiana, United States Win 40-7-1 Paul Phillips KO 4 (10) 30/07/1994 Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Win 39-7-1 Danny Wofford PTS 8 14/03/1994 Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States Win 38-7-1 Garing Lane PTS 8 02/08/1991 Palais des Festivals, Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, France Win 37-7-1 Bobby Crabtree KO 5 (10) 14/12/1990 Diplomat Hotel, Hollywood, Florida, United States Win 36-7-1 Jeff Sims TKO 6 (10) 18/07/1990 Varsity Arena, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Loss 35-7-1 Buster Douglas UD 10 25/02/1989 Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 35-6-1 O T Davis KO 3 (10) 20/09/1988 Central Plaza Hotel, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States Loss 34-6-1 Carl Williams UD 12 27/06/1988 Convention Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Lost USBA Heavyweight title. IBF Heavyweight title eliminator. Win 34-5-1 Robert Evans UD 10 24/11/1987 The Forum, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 33-5-1 Lorenzo Boyd TKO 3 (10) 29/10/1987 Musical Center, Sunrise, Florida, United States Win 32-5-1 Art Terry TKO 5 (10) 31/07/1987 Lee Civic Center, Fort Myers, Florida, United States Loss 31-5-1 Mike Tyson TKO 2 (12) 22/11/1986 Hilton Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Lost WBC Heavyweight title. Berbick knocked down twice in round 2. After trying to rise from the second knockdown he fell another two times. Win 31-4-1 Pinklon Thomas UD 12 22/03/1986 Riviera Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won WBC Heavyweight title. Win 30-4-1 Mike Perkins TKO 10 (10) 17/01/1986 The Omni, Atlanta, Georgia (U.S. state), United States Win 29-4-1 Mitch Green UD 12 10/08/1985 Riviera Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Retained USBA Heavyweight title. Win 28-4-1 David Bey TKO 11 (12) 15/06/1985 Riviera Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Won USBA Heavyweight title. Win 27-4-1 Walter Santemore UD 10 28/11/1984 Harrah's Marina Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Win 26-4-1 Andros Ernie Barr TKO 4 (12) 01/09/1984 Nassau, Bahamas Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) Heavyweight title. Berbick forfeited title for failing to defend within stipulated period. Win 25-4-1 Mark Lee PTS 10 13/03/1984 Empire Pool, Wembley, London, United Kingdom Win 24-4-1 Mike Cohen TKO 4 (10) 19/02/1984 Hyatt Regency, Tampa, Florida, United States Win 23-4-1 Ken Lakusta TKO 10 (12) 09/09/1983 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) & Canada Heavyweight titles. Loss 22-4-1 S. T. Gordon UD 10 28/05/1983 Showboat Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Loss 22-3-1 Renaldo Snipes PTS 10 02/10/1982 Sands Casino Hotel, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Berbick down in the 1st round. Win 22-2-1 Greg Page UD 10 11/06/1982 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Page broke his right thumb in the 2nd round. Win 21-2-1 Gordon Racette TKO 11 (12) 05/03/1982 Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada Retained Commonwealth (British Empire) & Canada Heavyweight titles. Win 20-2-1 Muhammad Ali UD 10 11/12/1981 Queen Elizabeth Sports Centre, Nassau, Bahamas Ali fought at the heaviest of his professional career (at 236 1/4 lbs.). Win 19-2-1 Conroy Nelson KO 2 (15) 21/07/1981 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Retained Canada Heavyweight title & won vacant Commonwealth (British Empire) Heavyweight title. Commonwealth title had vacated by John L. Gardner. Loss 18-2-1 Larry Holmes UD 15 11/04/1981 Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States For WBC Heavyweight title. Win 18-1-1 Chuck Gardner TKO 3 (10) 31/01/1981 Kingston, Jamaica Win 17-1-1 Chuck Findlay KO 1 (10) 11/11/1980 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 16-1-1 Ron Rouselle KO 1 (12) 27/08/1980 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Retained Canada Heavyweight title. Win 15-1-1 John Tate KO 9 (10) 20/06/1980 Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Tate turned away from Berbick early in round 9 after being hit by an overhand right. Win 14-1-1 Johnny Warr SD 10 11/03/1980 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 13-1-1 Ngozika Ekwelum KO 5 (10) 11/12/1979 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Draw 12-1-1 Leroy Caldwell PTS 10 14/06/1979 Convention Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Win 12–1 Earl McLeay TKO 7 (12) 26/05/1979 Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, Canada Won vacant Canada Heavyweight title. Title had been vacated upon the retirement of George Chuvalo. Loss 11–1 Bernardo Mercado KO 1 (12) 03/04/1979 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada For WBC Continental Americas Heavyweight title. Win 11–0 Greg Sorrentino TKO 1 (10) 08/10/1978 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 10–0 Gregory Johnson KO 4 (10) 12/09/1978 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 9–0 Tony Moore TKO 6 (10) 01/08/1978 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 8–0 Horst Geisler KO 1 (10) 28/06/1978 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 7–0 Eugene Green UD 10 08/12/1977 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 6–0 Eddie Owens TKO 5 (10) 08/09/1977 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 5–0 Willie Moore KO 4 (10) 18/08/1977 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 4–0 Joe Maye TKO 7 (10) 25/01/1977 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 3–0 Michael (Ace) Lucas TKO 2 (6) 09/01/1977 New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 2–0 Bobby Halpern TKO 3 (6) 23/11/1977 Halifax Metro Centre, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Win 1–0 Wayne Martin TKO 5 (6) 27/09/1977 Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada Pro debut for Berbick. References ^ "Video". CNN. December 21, 1981. http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1125095/index.htm. Retrieved May 26, 2010.  ^ "Former heavyweight boxing champion found dead". London: The Guardian. October 28, 2006. http://observer.guardian.co.uk/world/story/0,,1934408,00.html. Retrieved 2006-10-28.  ^ [1] ^ "Former heavyweight boxing champion found dead". Casper Star-Tribune. October 29, 2006. http://www.casperstartribune.net/articles/2006/10/29/ap/sports/d8l20t4o0.txt. Retrieved 2006-10-29.  ^ "Jamaican police make arrest in slaying of ex-boxing champ Trevor Berbick". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. October 30, 2006. http://www.cbc.ca/cp/sports/061030/s103016.html. Retrieved 2006-10-30. [dead link] ^ "Nephew Charged With Berbick's Slaying". New York Times. November 3, 2006. http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/sports/AP-Jamaica-Berbick.html?_r=1&oref=slogin. Retrieved 2006-11-03. [dead link] ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing/news/story?id=3164518 ^ "Berbick Killer Gets Life". http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/html/20080112T000000-0500_131333_OBS_BERBICK_KILLER_GETS_LIFE.asp.  External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Trevor Berbick Professional boxing record for Trevor Berbick from BoxRec Sports Illustrated Obituary American Heritage on Trevor Berbick vs. Muhammad Ali Awards and achievements Preceded by Pinklon Thomas Heavyweight boxing champion (WBC) March 22, 1986 - November 22, 1986 Succeeded by Mike Tyson Persondata Name Berbick, Trevor Alternative names Short description Jamaican heavyweight boxer Date of birth August 1, 1954 Place of birth Norwich, Port Antonio, Jamaica Date of death October 28, 2006 Place of death Norwich, Port Antonio, Jamaica