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Jeff Lacy Record

27-6
Total Fights34
Wins27
Losses6
Draws0
No-Contests1
Title Wins1
Title Defenses4
Title-Fight KOs4
KO Wins18
KO Losses3
Jeff Lacy Record & Stats
St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.
“Left Hook”
Born
May 12, 1977
Age
46
Debut
Feb 2, 2001
Record
27-6
Title Fights
6
KOs
18 (54.5%)
Height
179 cm
Reach
188 cm
Ape Index
9 cm
Stance
Orthodox
Last Fight
IBF
sMD
w1
d4
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      What is Jeff Lacy's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 13 years and 11 months, Jeff Lacy fought 34 times with 27 wins, 6 losses, and 1 no-contest.

      Lacy retired from professional boxing with a record of 27-6, which included one super-middleweight world-title win and four successful title defense fights. He had a 54.5% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 18 of his total 34 fights being knockout wins, four of which were in title fights. Lacy suffered three knockout losses, none of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 4th round TKO defeat to Sullivan Barrera on January 30, 2015.

      Some of Lacy's best fights and notable victories include wins over Scott Pemberton, Robin Reid, Rubin Williams, Omar Sheika, Syd Vanderpool, Epifanio Mendoza, and Peter Manfredo Jr..

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      34Jan 30, 201537Sullivan BarreraLossTKO4
      33Dec 11, 201437Timothy Hall Jr.WinUD
      32Jul 10, 201437Umberto SavigneLossTKO2
      31Nov 30, 201336Martin VerdinWinTKO3
      30Dec 11, 201033Dhafir SmithLossUD
      29Aug 15, 200932Roy Jones Jr.LossRTD10
      28Apr 10, 200931Otis GriffinWinMD
      27Nov 15, 200831Jermain TaylorLossUD
      26Jul 23, 200831Epifanio MendozaWinMD
      25Dec 8, 200730Peter Manfredo Jr.WinUD
      24Dec 2, 200629Vitali TsypkoWinMD
      23Mar 4, 200628Joe CalzagheLoss *UD
      22Nov 5, 200528Scott PembertonWin *KO2
      21Aug 6, 200528Robin ReidWin *RTD7
      20Mar 5, 200527Rubin WilliamsWin *TKO7
      19Dec 4, 200427Omar SheikaWin *UD
      18Oct 2, 200427Syd VanderpoolWin *TKO8
      17Jun 5, 200427Vitali TsypkoNCNC
      16Dec 13, 200326Donnell WigginsWinTKO8
      15Jul 15, 200326Richard GrantWinUD
      14May 17, 200326Anwar OshanaWinTKO2
      13Feb 22, 200325James CrawfordWinTKO2
      12Nov 9, 200225Ross ThompsonWinUD
      11Aug 17, 200225Jason CollinsWinKO1
      10Jun 8, 200225Kevin HallWinRTD3
      9Mar 30, 200224Bobby JonesWinUD
      8Feb 16, 200224Glenn ThomasWinKO1
      7Jan 12, 200224Fike WilsonWinTKO1
      6Oct 13, 200124Bawa AdimeWinTKO3
      5Sep 1, 200124Tyler HughesWinRTD3
      4Sep 1, 200124Anthony GreeleyWinTKO1
      3May 19, 200124Tony PopeWinTKO1
      2Mar 2, 200123Tommy AttardoWinKO1
      1Feb 2, 200123Jerald LoweWinKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Jeff Lacy (Left Hook) is a 46-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S. on May 12, 1977. He is a former super-middleweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 13 years — from 2001 to 2015.

      Lacy made his professional boxing debut against Jerald Lowe at the age of 23 on February 2, 2001, defeating Lowe via 1st round KO. He went on to win 15 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 12 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 27 on October 2, 2004 after 17 professional fights, against Syd Vanderpool for the super-middleweight IBF (vacant) title. He defeated Vanderpool via 8th round TKO to become the super-middleweight champion of the world.

      Lacy has won one world title at super-middleweight. For all the details about Lacy's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Lacy had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Cuban boxer Sullivan Barrera on January 30, 2015. Lacy lost the fight via 4th round TKO. It's been 9 years, 1 month, and 2 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Lacy had a total of six world-title fights, which includes winning one world title and four successful title defenses. He won five of these fights and lost one.

      Title Wins

      Jeff Lacy fought for a super-middleweight world title in two fights and won once, which came via way of stoppage. He won one super-middleweight belt.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Oct 2, 2004Syd VanderpoolSuper-middleweightIBF*TKO
      * Vacant title

      Title Defenses

      Jeff Lacy had five super-middleweight world-title defense fights. He won four of them and lost once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Nov 5, 2005Scott PembertonSuper-middleweightIBFKO
      Aug 6, 2005Robin ReidSuper-middleweightIBFRTD
      Mar 5, 2005Rubin WilliamsSuper-middleweightIBFTKO
      Dec 4, 2004Omar SheikaSuper-middleweightIBFUD

      Title Losses

      Jeff Lacy lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Mar 4, 2006Joe CalzagheSuper-middleweightIBFUD

      Highlights

      Lacy fought a total of 34 times during his professional career, which includes 6 world-title fights at the super-middleweight division. These three fights are the highlight of his career.

      • October 2, 2004: Lacy wins his first world title by defeating Syd Vanderpool via 8th round TKO. He is now the IBF super-middleweight world champion.

      • August 6, 2005: Lacy wins the super-middleweight title from Robin Reid, by beating Reid via 7th round RTD.

      • November 5, 2005: Lacy successfully defends the IBF super-middleweight title against Scott Pemberton, winning the fight via 2nd round KO.

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