Frankie Randall
American boxer
Frankie Randall
Frankie Billy Randall is a three-time world champion boxer, who is best known as the man who handed Mexican legend Julio César Chávez his first professional defeat.
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Best Boxers of All Time, by Division - Bleacher Report
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Winning a total of six world titles in three weight divisions. Along the line he beat many great champions such as Meldrick Taylor, Sammy Fuentes, Hector Camacho, Edwin Rosario, Tony Lopez, Frankie Randall and Roger Mayweather, to name a few
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Soto, Rubio, Chavez, Paez Jr. this Saturday: The Mexican Fight Report - The Boxing Tribune
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A well-seasoned, ll-year veteran, the resident of Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico has been in the ring with the likes of Lemieux, Kelly Pavlik, Jose Luis Zertuche, Rigoberto Alvarez, Enrique Ornelas, Kassim Ouma, Grady Brewer, Frankie Randall,
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Stars on the Links - Palm Springs Life
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Loyal as ever to Sinatra's memory and surviving wife Barbara's causes, they include Tom Dreesen, Vince Ferragamo, Joe Mantegna, Ed Marinaro, Frankie Randall, Jerry Vale, and Robert Wagner. Marinaro, former Minnesota Vikings running back and avid 7.5
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Will Floyd Mayweather's age catch up with his perfection in ring vs. Victor Ortiz? - MLive.com
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Frankie Randall practically would be forgotten by now, if not for becoming the first man to beat Julio Cesar Chavez. Gene Fullmer, a solid middleweight champion, always gets a disproportionate status boost from being the only man to twice defeat a
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Padre Nuestro que estás en el deporte - Martí Noticias
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Otro que comunicaba directo con el cielo fue el boxeador mexicano Julio Cesar Chávez, quien al perder frente al estadounidense Frankie Randall, afirmó que esa derrota era un “llamado de Dios”. Lo extraordinario es que Chávez después de eso continuó en
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Revenge Sought in Rio - 15rounds.com
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Frankie Randall II, the rematch between former light heavyweight champions Mauricio Rua and Forrest Griffin is more like the much anticipated return bout of Terry Norris against Simon Brown. Looking back on their first meeting, Norris, an established
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Hechos deportivos que sucedieron un día como hoy - Diario San Rafael
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1996: El estadounidense Frankie Randall vence por decisión unánime al argentino, Juan Martín “Látigo” Coggi (que sufrió una dura caída en el segundo round) y recuperó el título de la WBA, categoría Welter Junior, que ostentaba el argentino
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Hearing Voices: From California With Love - JazzTimes Magazine
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Sixties pop crooner and Sinatra acolyte Frankie Randall sounds sprightly as ever on “The Wave,” which, not to be confused with Jobim's “Wave,” is a new tune that speaks directly to the disaster and the courage that followed in its wake
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Visita hoy JC Chávez El Paso - NorteDigital.mx
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El 6-veces campeón mundial en 3 diferentes categorías comenzó su increíble carrera con una marca de 87-0, perdiendo lo invicto ante Frankie Randall por decisión en Las Vegas en 1993. El legendario peleador de Sonora peleó en el Don Haskins Center en El
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Simmering sounds of summer will be heard in Newburyport's Evening Waterfront ... - Daily News Transcript
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Compaq Big Band balances instrumental charts and horn features with vocal numbers such as those popularized by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Bobby Darin, Frankie Randall, Nancy Wilson, Diane Schuur, and many more
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Modern Boxing Trilogy: Part II – Julio Cesar Chavez, Evander Holyfield & More - ringsidereport.com
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Although the record books tell us that fringe contender Frankie Randall , 48-2-1, was the first man to hand JC 'Superstar' his first career loss in January 1994, the reality was that Chavez, 89-0-1, had been summarily spanked and mugged just four
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Steward continues with his reclamation projects - Crave Online (blog)
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The coach of 42 titlists continued: "Julio Cesar Chavez had just lost his first fight of his career to Frankie Randall when they brought him to me. In fact, most of the big-name fighters, I only got them after they had faced disaster
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The top three greatest Latin fighters - BoxingNews24.com
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Notables: Mario Martinez, Roger Mayweather, Rocky Lockridge, Juan La Porte, Edwin Rosario, Rafael Limon, Jose Luis Ramirez, Sammy Fuentes, Meldrick Taylor, Lonnie Smith, Hector Camacho, Greg Haugen, Pernell Whitaker, Frankie Randall, Tony Lopez,
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- Sept d'entre eux ont réussi l'exploit de devenir champion du monde aux Etats ... - sportquick
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Champion du monde WBA des super-légers du 11 janvier 1997 (victoire par arrêt de l'arbitre 11e sur l'Américain Frankie Randall ) au 10 octobre 1998 (défaite aux points contre l'Américain Sharmba Mitchell). - Hacine Cherifi . Champion du monde WBC des
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DEVON ALEXANDER ON LAST CHANCE ROAD AGAINST LUCAS MATTHYSSE - Fight Hype
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Prior to the decision being read, Alexander seemed fine, which lead many to believe that he just quit because he thought he was ahead, a tactic used by Julio Cesar Chavez in his rematch against Frankie Randall. That decision has put Alexander's career
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Mondo Sport - Prahova
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Mexicanul a fost neinvins in 90 de meciuri, inainte de a pierde in fata lui Frankie Randall, in 1994. Sylvester Stallone la interpretat pe boxerul Rocky Balboa de sase ori in cinema, in perioada 1976 - 2006. Primul film al seriei, scris de Stallone si
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Una trayectoria difícil de igualar - El Universal.mx
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En 1994, Frankie Randall venció a la leyenda por división divida. La última satisfacción. Chávez alcanzó la victoria 100 ante el estadounidense Ken Sigurani en 1999. En pleno siglo XXI inició la gira del adiós. Funciones donde compartió cartel con
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 2005
    Age 43
    Randall announced his retirement on January 1, 2005 after losing a fight to light-middleweight Marco Antonio Rubio.
    More Details Hide Details He lost a bout the following month to Mauro Lucero, and another bout later in the year. Randall's final career record is 58 wins, 18 losses and one draw, with 42 wins by way of knockout.
  • 2004
    Age 42
    On May 22, 2004, Chávez chose Randall for his last fight before going into retirement.
    More Details Hide Details Randall lost a 10-round decision to Chávez in Mexico City. Frankie Randall tested positive for drugs after his fight against Argentine boxer Juan Martin Coggi. The Argentine Boxing Federation claimed that Randall tested positive for multiple drugs, some of the drugs included cocaine and theophylline.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1999
    Age 37
    He won a pair of tune-up fights, then faced contender Oba Carr in February 1999 where Carr beat him on a 10-round unanimous decision.
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  • 1997
    Age 35
    Seven months later, Randall regained the WBA title, beating Coggi by unanimous decision in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He lost it in his first defense, against Khalid Rahilou on January 11, 1997.
    More Details Hide Details After taking 18 months off, Randall came back in an attempt to become a four-time world champ.
  • 1996
    Age 34
    He beat Coggi, defended his title twice, then lost a rematch to Coggi in January 1996 in a four-round decision in a fight ended early by a clash of heads.
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  • 1994
    Age 32
    On January 29, 1994 Randall fought for the title against champion Julio César Chávez, in the grand opening of the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas.
    More Details Hide Details Chávez came into the fight with an 89-0-1 record and was an 18-to-1 favorite. Randall won the early rounds, and in the middle of the fight began to build a large lead on the scorecards. Chávez then rallied, and by the 10th round, Randall held a narrow lead. Chávez made an illegal low blow that cost Chávez a point. In the 11th round, Randall knocked Chávez down for the first time in his career. Randall was named WBC light welterweight championship on a split decision. Chavez disputed the decision and demanded a rematch. Chávez blamed his loss on a referee, who deducted two points from Chávez for low blows, including one in the eleventh round that made the difference on judge Angel Guzman's card, making the ultimate difference on the scorecards. (Guzman scored the bout 114-113 for Randall, meaning that the fight would have ended in a draw as Chuck Giampa had Randall winning by a 116-111 margin and Abraham Chavarria scored it 114-113 for Chavez.)
  • 1993
    Age 31
    Randall then signed with promoter Don King and spent the next six and a half years fighting on the undercards of various championship fights promoted by King. He won all 17 of those fights, and on January 30, 1993, earned another title shot when he knocked out Rosario in the seventh round of a rematch.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1987
    Age 25
    In October 1987, Randall was knocked out by Mexican lightweight champion Primo Ramos for the NABF regional belt.
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  • 1986
    Age 24
    On July 4, 1986, Randall drew with Freddie Pendleton for the USBA regional lightweight title, then watched Pendleton get a title shot instead of him.
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  • 1983
    Age 21
    Randall fought and won 23 times between 1983 and June 1985, when he fought former and future champ Edwin Rosario and lost a unanimous decision over 10 rounds.
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  • 1982
    Age 20
    He won his pro debut in June of that year, but was inactive in 1982 and did not fight again until February 1983.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1981
    Age 19
    Randall, was born in Birmingham, Alabama and grew up in Morristown, Tennessee. He turned pro in 1981 after a career as an amateur boxer.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1961
    Born
    Born on September 25, 1961.
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