Calvin Vance Brock is an American former professional boxer who competed from 2001 to 2007. In 2006, he won Ring Magazine's Knockout of the Year for his win against Zuri Lawrence and challenged for the IBF and IBO heavyweight titles. Brock was forced to retire after receiving retinal damage in his right eye following his loss to Eddie Chambers.
|Real name:||Calvin Vance Brock|
|Nickname(s):||The Boxing Banker|
|Born:||January 22, 1975, Charlotte, North Carolina|
|Wins by KO:||23|
About Calvin Brock
Retired boxer who became an U.S. Amateur Champion and IBA Continental Americas Heavyweight Champion. He was forced to retire in 2007 after a fight with Eddie Chambers resulted in severe damage to his retina.
He worked as a banker and earned a degree in Finance from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
He earned the nickname "The Boxing Banker" after appearing in a Bank of America ad in which he was referred to as such.
He has been married and has a daughter.
He defeated Uzbekistan's Timur Ibragimov to win the WBC FECARBOX Heavyweight title in June 2006.
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- Boxers from North Carolina
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- National Golden Gloves champions
- Winners of the United States Championship for amateur boxers
- Olympic boxers of the United States
- Boxers at the 2000 Summer Olympics
- Sportspeople from Charlotte, North Carolina
- African-American boxers