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Shane Mosley is a boxer from Pomona, California who was born on September 7, 1971. Mosley currently holds a record of 44 wins, 5 losses and 1 no contest, with 37 knockouts, and has never been knocked out or stopped himself.
He has won world titles in three weight divisions and is the only boxer to date to have beaten Oscar de la Hoya twice.
The Start of career
Sugar Shane started his pro career in 1993. By 2000 he had fought 34 fights to a 34?0 record, beating undefeated Phillip Holiday to win the IBF lightweight title. He made 9 title defenses and moved up 2 divisions to face Oscar De La Hoya for his welterweight title.
The Famous Bouts
On June 17, 2000, Mosley met de la Hoya in Los Angeles for the World Boxing Council welterweight title. After twelve rounds, Mosley emerged with a split decision victory.
During the fight neither man was in danger of going down, but both had badly swollen faces at the end and de la Hoya was bleeding from the nose for several rounds. de la Hoya earned a minimum of $15 million, while Mosley was guaranteed $4.5 million.
He and de la Hoya faced each other for the second time on September 13, this time with de la Hoya's WBC and WBA light middleweight belts on the line. Mosley defeated de la Hoya by a close 12 round unanimous decision.
On February 8, 2003, Mosley's bout with former IBF world light middleweight champion Raul Marquez ended in a no contest when Mosley accidentally head butted Marquez twice in round three, which caused two very bad cuts above the eyes of Marquez.
Cotto beat Mosley by a unanimous decision from the judges. After that bout Mosley was scheduled to face Zab Judah in a welterweight bout in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 31st.
Due to an injury suffered by Judah, the fight was cancelled. Mosley will instead fight Nicaraguan Ricardo Mayorga on September 27 at Staples Centre, California
On March 13, 2004, Mosley lost his WBC and WBA world light middleweight titles in a unification bout with IBF Jr.Middleweight champion Winky Wright, by a unanimous twelve-round decision.
On November 20, Mosley and Wright fought their rematch, and although it was scored much closer by the three judges (115-113 twice for Wright and a 114-114 tie), Mosley lost by a twelve-round majority decision.
Shane defeated Luis Collazo on 11 February 2007, with a unanimous decision after 12 rounds, knocking Collazo down once, to capture the WBC interim welterweight crown.
Mosley defeated Fernando Vargas in the rematch on July 15, 2006. Mosley dominated Vargas from start to finish, eventually ending the fight via a sixth-round TKO.
His wife Jin Mosley is a Korean American who was born and raised in New York. Therefore, he always attaches the Taegukgi which is the flag of South Korea to his trunks when he faces a bout.
Jin gave birth to three children together, Najee Jamarr, Taiseki Justin and Mee-Yon Jinae. Shane also has to other children Shane JR. and Norman Bell-Mosley from a previous marriage.
Along with many other professional or Olympic athletes, Mosley has been connected to the BALCO Labs steroid scandal. Jeff Novitzky, a lead investigator on the BALCO case, reported that document seized from the lab show that Mosley received "the clear" and "the cream", both designer steroids.
Mosley reportedly began his doping regiment prior to his 2003 bout with Oscar De La Hoya, a match that he won due in part to his strong performance in the later rounds of the fight.
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