Donovan Ruddock is a Jamaican-born Canadian retired boxer. Renowned for his exceptionally heavy punching, Ruddock was featured on The Ring magazine's 100 Greatest Punchers of All-Time list. Donovan Ruddock is also known for his famous fights against Mike Tyson in 1991 and Lennox Lewis in 1992.
Trevor Berbick was a Jamaican boxer known for participating in historical bouts, such as Muhammad Ali's last fight in 1981, which Ali lost. He also held the WBC heavyweight title in 1986 before losing the title to Mike Tyson the same year. He is also remembered for earning Jamaica a bronze medal at the 1975 Pan American Games in Mexico.
Richard Grant is a Jamaican-born American retired boxer. He is the former EBA Super Middleweight and Light Heavyweight champion. He is best known for his 2001 nationally-televised bout against James Butler. After losing the match to Grant, Butler met an unsuspecting Grant in the middle of the ring and landed a right hook to the jaw; Grant received 26 stitches.
Nicholas Walters is a Jamaican boxer who held the WBA featherweight title between 2012 and 2015. He has also represented his country at the Central American and Caribbean Games where he won a bronze medal in 2006. Nicholas Walters also won gold medals at the 2005 and 2006 Caribbean Championships.
Glen Johnson is a Jamaican retired boxer who held the Ring magazine, IBO, and IBF light heavyweight titles. In 2004, The Ring magazine named him Fighter of the Year. Glen Johnson had a successful career and gained reputation for his relentless pressure fighting style.
Mike McCallum is a Jamaican retired boxer who held three world championship titles between 1984 and 1995. From 1984 to 1988, he held the WBA super welterweight title. A hard-hitting boxer, Mike McCallum was made an inductee of the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2003.
London-born heavyweight boxer Alex Stewart represented Jamaica in boxing. He not only participated in the 1984 Summer Olympics but also won a bronze at the 1983 Pan American Games held in Caracas. He was also a National Golden Gloves silver medal winner. Post-retirement, he worked for a liquor distributor.
Jamaican-born British boxer Gary Mason had a 10-year career, with only 1 loss. The heavyweight boxer had a short rugby career too and was also interested in soccer. He died in a tragic crash with a van while cycling in a south London at age 48.
Jamaican-American boxer Alicia Ashley scripted history when, at age 48, she made a Guinness record for being the world’s oldest boxing champion. Nicknamed Slick, the Super Bantamweight champion had a 22-year illustrious career in the boxing world and is now a boxing trainer based in China.