Devon Alexander Record & Stats

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St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
“The Great”
Feb 10, 1987
May 20, 2004
Title Fights
14 (40%)
174 cm
175 cm
Ape Index
1 cm
Last Fight
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      Devon Alexander (The Great) is a 36-year old American professional boxer. He was born in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S. on February 10, 1987. Alexander made his professional boxing debut at the age of 17, on May 20, 2004. He is a two-weight-class world champion.

      Devon Alexander Record

      17 years and two months into his professional boxing career, Devon Alexander has fought 35 times with 27 wins, 7 losses, and 1 draw. As of October 2023, Alexander's boxing record stands at 27-7-1 (14 KO wins, 1 KO loss).

      Following is a tabular list of Alexander's fights. For a list with more details — like opponent record, opponent stats, including videos, and his next fight — refer to "All of Devon Alexander's fights".

      Total Fights35
      KO Wins14
      Total Title Wins3
      Title Defenses3
      Title-Fight KO Wins3
      Losses via KO1
      35Aug 7, 202134Lucas SantamariaLossUD
      34Jun 1, 201932Ivan RedkachLossTKO6
      33Aug 4, 201831Andre BertoLossSD
      32Feb 17, 201831Victor OrtizDrawMD
      31Nov 21, 201730Walter CastilloWinUD
      30Oct 14, 201528Aaron MartinezLossUD
      29Dec 13, 201427Amir KhanLossUD
      28Jun 21, 201427Jesús Soto KarassWinUD
      27Dec 7, 201326Shawn PorterLoss *UD
      26May 18, 201326Lee PurdyWin *RTD7
      25Oct 20, 201225Randall BaileyWin *UD
      24Feb 25, 201225Marcos MaidanaWinUD
      23Jun 25, 201124Lucas MatthysseWinSD
      22Jan 29, 201123Timothy BradleyLoss *TD
      21Aug 7, 201023Andreas KotelnikWin *UD
      20Mar 6, 201023Juan UrangoWin *TKO8
      19Aug 1, 200922Junior WitterWin *RTD8
      18Apr 24, 200922Jesús RodríguezWinKO9
      17Dec 11, 200821Christopher FernandezWinRTD3
      16Nov 7, 200821Sun-Haeng LeeWinTKO4
      15Mar 27, 200821Miguel CallistWinUD
      14Jan 19, 200820DeMarcus CorleyWinUD
      13Oct 13, 200720Cory PetersonWinTKO1
      12Jul 7, 200720Marcus LuckWinKO3
      11Mar 3, 200720Scott BallWinKO7
      10Jan 6, 200719Maximino CuevasWinTKO4
      9Jul 8, 200619Tyler ZiolkowskiWinTKO1
      8Mar 9, 200619Seth HebenstreitWinUD
      7Oct 21, 200518Kelly WrightWinUD
      6Sep 30, 200518Christian NashWinTKO2
      5Jun 2, 200518John RudolphWinTKO3
      4May 21, 200518Felix LoraWinUD
      3Feb 5, 200517Donovan CastanedaWinUD
      2Jun 3, 200417Karl HunterWinUD
      1May 20, 200417Vincent TorresWinTKO1

      * World-title fight

      World Titles

      Alexander is a two-weight-division world champion. He has held three world titles, one of which was a vacant title win, and the rest two were lineal championship wins.

      Weight DivisionWorld Titles Held
      Super-lightweightWBC, IBF


      Devon Alexander is 174 cm tall (5' 8.50") with a reach of 175 cm (5' 8.90"). He fights out of the southpaw stance and presents an ape-index of 1 cm (0.39").

      Alexander has a 40% KO rate. Of his total 14 KO wins, nine were in the early rounds, four in the mid rounds, and one in the later rounds. He has three first-round KO wins.

      Career Summary

      Devon Alexander made his professional boxing debut against Vincent Torres at the age of 17 on May 20, 2004, defeating Torres via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 20 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 12 wins via stoppage.

      Alexander had his first world title fight at the age of 22 on August 1, 2009 after 18 professional fights, against Junior Witter for the super-lightweight WBC (vacant) title. He defeated Witter via 8th round RTD to become the super-lightweight champion of the world.

      He is a one-time unified super-lightweight world champion, and has won three world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Alexander's world title wins and defenses refer to "Devon Alexander World Titles".

      Some of Alexander's best fights and notable victories include wins over Juan Urango, Andreas Kotelnik, Randall Bailey, Junior Witter, Marcos Maidana, and Lucas Matthysse.

      Alexander has had a total of seven losses in his professional boxing career so far.

      His most recent fight was a non-title bout against Lucas Santamaria on August 7, 2021. Alexander lost the fight via 10 round unanimous decision. It's been 2 years, 1 month, and 26 days since this fight.

      Career Highlights

      Alexander has fought a total of 35 times till today, which includes 7 world-title fights at two weight divisions — welterweight and super-lightweight. These four fights are the highlight of his career.

      • August 1, 2009: Alexander wins his first world title by defeating Junior Witter via 8th round RTD. He is now the WBC super-lightweight world champion.

      • March 6, 2010: Alexander becomes a unified super-lightweight world champion by beating Juan Urango via 8th round TKO. He now holds the WBC and IBF super-lightweight world-champion belts.

      • August 7, 2010: Alexander successfully defends the WBC and IBF super-lightweight titles against Andreas Kotelnik, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • October 20, 2012: Alexander wins the IBF welterweight title from Randall Bailey, by beating Bailey via 12 round unanimous decision.


      Fight Recommendations

      If you are interested in Alexander's boxing career, you should definitely check out the following fights.

      1. Devon Alexander defeats Juan Urango via 8th round TKO
      2. Devon Alexander defeats Andreas Kotelnik via 12-round unanimous decision
      3. Devon Alexander defeats Randall Bailey via 12-round unanimous decision
      4. Devon Alexander loses to Timothy Bradley via 10 round technical decision
      5. Devon Alexander defeats Junior Witter via 8th round RTD
      6. Devon Alexander defeats Marcos Maidana via 10-round unanimous decision
      7. Devon Alexander loses to Andre Berto via 12-round split decision
      8. Devon Alexander loses to Amir Khan via 12-round unanimous decision
      9. Devon Alexander loses to Shawn Porter via 12-round unanimous decision
      10. Devon Alexander defeats Lucas Matthysse via 10-round split decision
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