Shane Andre Mosley, commonly known as "Sugar" Shane Mosley, is a former professional American boxer who competed from 1993 to 2016. He has hosted several world championships. in three weight classes, including the IBF light belt; titles WBA and WBC, weight-grade welding; and light headlines in WBA, WBC and Ring journals. He is also a former champion of the semi-linear and light midsize line. In 1998, the American Association of Boxing Writers named Mosley Boxer of the Year. He received the same honor by the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2000. In 2000 and 2001, he was named the most active boxer in the world by The Ring.
|Real name||Shane Andre Mosley|
|Born||September 7, 1971, Lynwood, California, U.S.|
|Wins by KO||41|
|Shane Mosley's Twitter|
|Shane Mosley's Facebook|
|IMDb||Shane Mosley's IMDb|
Former professional boxer nicknamed Sugar who held titles at the lightweight, welterweight and middleweight level.
He was an accomplished amateur boxer as a teen and was the U.S. Amateur Champion and World Junior Championships silver medalist.
He announced his retirement in June of 2012, ending his career with an impressive professional record of forty-six wins, eight losses and one draw.
He had three children with Jin Mosley, whom he was married to from 2002 to 2011. His son Shane Mosley Jr. from a previous relationship also became a professional boxer.
He defeated Oscar De La Hoya twice, once by split decision and once by unanimous decision.
- Ring magazine pound for pounds
- Athlete from Pomona, California
- Lightweight medium boxing world champion
- Doping case in boxing
- World weight boxing champion
- Lightweight boxing world champion
- Winner of the American Championship for amateur boxers
- Boxers are from California
- American sportsmen in the matter of doping
- African American boxer
- Champion of the International Boxing Federation
- Champions of the World Boxing Council
- World Boxing Association Champion
Latest information about Shane Mosley updated on June 22 2021.