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Nate Campbell Record

37-11-1
Total Fights50
Wins37
Losses11
Draws1
No-Contests1
Title Wins3
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins26
KO Losses4
Nate Campbell Record & Stats
Nate Campbell's Record
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      What is Nate Campbell's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 14 years and one month, Nate Campbell fought 50 times with 37 wins, 11 losses, and 1 draw.

      Campbell retired from professional boxing with a record of 37-11-1, which included three lightweight world-title wins. He had a 53.1% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 26 of his total 50 fights being knockout wins. Campbell suffered four knockout losses in his career, one of which was against Robbie Peden in a super-featherweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 8-round unanimous decision victory over Gilbert Venegas on March 29, 2014.

      Some of Campbell's best fights and notable victories include wins over Juan Díaz, Victor Cayo, Ali Funeka, Sherzod Nazarov, Krzysztof Szot, Gilbert Venegas, and Almazbek Raiymkulov.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      50Mar 29, 201442Gilbert VenegasWinUD
      49Apr 27, 201341Terry FlanaganLossRTD4
      48Feb 8, 201340Kevin BizierLossRTD8
      47Jun 30, 201240Krzysztof SzotWinUD
      46Mar 24, 201240Victor CayoWinTKO9
      45Sep 25, 201139Khabib AllakhverdievLossTD
      44May 21, 201139Sherzod NazarovWinUD
      43Apr 9, 201139Danny GarcíaLossUD
      42Nov 27, 201038Walter EstradaLossSD
      41May 15, 201038Victor OrtizLossUD
      40Aug 1, 200937Timothy BradleyNCRTD3
      39Feb 14, 200936Ali FunekaWinMD
      38Mar 8, 200836Juan DíazWin *SD
      37Jul 6, 200735Wilson AlcorroWinTKO6
      36Mar 2, 200734Ricky QuilesWinUD
      35Oct 7, 200634Matt ZeganWinUD
      34Apr 17, 200634Isaac HlatshwayoLossSD
      33Jan 27, 200633Francisco Javier OlveraWinRTD6
      32Oct 1, 200533Almazbek RaiymkulovWinTKO10
      31Jun 14, 200533Francisco LorenzoLossSD
      30Apr 29, 200533Johnny WalkerWinTKO2
      29Feb 23, 200532Robbie PedenLoss *TKO8
      28Jul 30, 200432Edelmiro MartinezWinDQ
      27Mar 14, 200432Robbie PedenLossKO5
      26Jan 9, 200431Daniel AttahWinUD
      25May 17, 200331Edelmiro MartinezDrawSD
      24Jan 25, 200330Joel CasamayorLossUD
      23Nov 23, 200230Renor Rojas ClaureWinKO5
      22Sep 14, 200230Daniel AliceaWinKO3
      21Jun 22, 200230Carlos NavarroWinTKO5
      20Apr 27, 200230Jaime TorresWinTKO5
      19Mar 22, 200230Alric JohnsonWinTKO4
      18Feb 23, 200229Joseph FigueroaWinUD
      17Feb 10, 200229James BakerWinRTD9
      16Nov 10, 200129Michael JamisonWinTKO1
      15Sep 29, 200129Elias JuarezWinTKO4
      14Aug 31, 200129Victorio AbadiaWinTKO8
      13Aug 11, 200129Steve TrumbleWinTKO3
      12Jul 28, 200129Antonio SmithWinTKO2
      11Jun 23, 200129Keith MajorWinKO2
      10May 11, 200129Angel RiosWinUD
      9May 5, 200129Antonio SmithWinKO1
      8Apr 21, 200129Jaime TorresWinTKO3
      7Feb 22, 200128Antonio YoungWinTKO2
      6Jan 18, 200128John FrazierWinKO3
      5Dec 3, 200028Ivan DawsonWinTKO2
      4Oct 28, 200028Sergio Jose OlivasWinTKO6
      3Jun 23, 200028John TriggWinTKO4
      2May 26, 200028Alex BrenesWinTKO2
      1Feb 5, 200027Scoey FieldsWinTKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Nate Campbell (The Galaxxy Warrior) is a 52-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in Jacksonville, Florida, U.S. on March 7, 1972. He is a former lightweight world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 14 years — from 2000 to 2014.

      Campbell made his professional boxing debut against Scoey Fields at the age of 27 on February 5, 2000, defeating Fields via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 22 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 20 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 32 on February 23, 2005 after 28 professional fights, against Robbie Peden for the IBF (vacant) title. He lost to Peden via 8th round TKO.

      Nate Campbell was a one-time unified lightweight world champion, and has won three world titles at lightweight. For all the details about Campbell's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Campbell had a total of 11 losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Gilbert Venegas on March 29, 2014. Campbell won the fight via 8 round unanimous decision. It's been 10 years, 2 months, and 21 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Campbell had a total of two world-title fights, which includes winning three world titles and zero successful title defenses. He won one of these fights and lost one.

      Title Wins

      Nate Campbell fought for lightweight world titles in two fights and won once. In total, he won three lightweight belts.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Mar 8, 2008^Juan DíazLightweightWBA (Super), IBF, WBOSD
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Highlights

      Campbell fought a total of 50 times during his professional career, which includes 2 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These two fights are the highlight of his career.

      • February 23, 2005: In his first world-title fight, Nate Campbell loses to Robbie Peden via 8th round TKO. He was fighting for the IBF (vacant) super-featherweight title.

      • March 8, 2008: Campbell becomes a unified lightweight world champion by beating Juan Díaz via 12 round split decision. He now holds the WBA (Super), IBF, and WBO lightweight world-champion belts.

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