Alantez Fox

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Alantez Fox
Statistics
Nickname(s)SlyAza[1]
Weight(s)Middleweight
Height6 ft 4 in (193 cm)
Reach79 in (201 cm)
NationalityAmerican
United States
Born (1992-03-13) March 13, 1992 (age 27)
Washington, DC
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights26
Wins24
Wins by KO11
Losses1
Draws1

Alantez Fox (born March 13, 1992) is an American professional boxer from Maryland and older brother to undefeated welterweight Mykal Fox.[2][3] Fox turned professional at the age of 18 instead of attempting to represent the United States in the 2012 Summer Olympics due to the rumors that the protective headgear would not be used, even though the headgear was used in 2012 and not removed until the 2016 Summer Olympics.[4][5] While beginning his professional career, Fox was closely compared to Paul Williams due in large part to both fighters being extremely tall for their weight class[6] even though Fox eventually moved up a weight class.[7]

Fox currently competes in the middleweight division and is promoted by DiBella Entertainment.[8] As of 2019 he is ranked as the #6 middleweight contender by the WBO.[9] Fox's most notable fight occurred in October 2017 on HBO's Boxing After Dark when he fought Demetrius Andrade and lost his undefeated record via a unanimous decision, in part due to a torn left rotator cuff suffered in the first round of the fight.[10]

Professional record[edit]

24 Wins (11 knockouts, 11 decisions), 1 Loss (0 knockouts, 1 decision), 1 Draw[1]
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Win 24–1–1 United States Nick Brinson TKO 6 (8), 2:46 2019-05-18 United States St. Elizabeths East Entertainment and Sports Arena, Washington, DC
Win 24–1–1 United States Elvin Ayala UD 8 2018-09-22 United States Bowie State University, Bowie, Maryland
Loss 23–1–1 United States Demetrius Andrade UD 12 2017-10-21 United States Turning Stone Resort & Casino, Verona, New York
Win 23–0-1 Dominican Republic Euri Gonzalez RTD 4 (6), 3:00 2017-07-26 Dominican Republic Hotel Jaragua, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Win 22–0-1 United States Kenneth McNeil UDO 8 2017-02-25 United States Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama Won vacant WBC USNBC Middleweight Title.
Win 21–0-1 Colombia Ronald Montes TKO 2 (8) 2016-09-30 United States UIC Pavillion, Chicago, Illinois
Win 20–0-1 Mexico Paul Valenzuela, Jr. RTD 5 (10), 3:00 2012-03-17 United States Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket, Connecticut
Win 19–0-1 Colombia Milton Nunes RTD 4 (8), 3:00 2016-05-08 United States Lakeland Events Center, Lakeland, Florida
Win 18–0-1 United States Todd Manuel RTD 4 (8), 3:00 2015-11-13 United States Beau Rivage Resort & Casino, Biloxi, Mississippi
Win 17–0-1 United States Eric Mitchell DQ 5 (8) 2015-10-17 United States EagleBank Arena, Fairfax, Virginia
Win 16–0-1 United States Guillermo Valdes KO 1 (6), 1:28 2018-07-18 United States Sphinx Club, Washington, DC
Win 15–0-1 Dominican Republic Franklin Gonzalez TKO 2 (8), 2:39 2015-04-17 United States Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Connecticut
Win 14–0-1 United States Patrick Day MD 8 2015-01-09 United States Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa, Cabazon, California
Win 13–0-1 Puerto Rico Jonathan Garcia UD 6 2014-09-20 United States Resorts Casino, New York, New York
Win 12–0 United States Zain Shah UD 6 2013-09-07 United States Rosecroft Raceway, Fort Washington, Maryland
Win 11–0-1 United States Keith Collins UD 6 2013-04-25 United States Hyatt Regency Hotel, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Win 10–0-1 United States Greg Hackett UD 6 2013-03-02 United States Rosecroft Raceway, Fort Washington, Maryland
Win 9–0-1 United States Julius Kennedy UD 6 2013-01-12 United States Rosecroft Raceway, Fort Washington, Maryland
Win 8–0-1 United States Jimmy LeBlanc TKO 1 (6), 1:12 2012-12-08 United States Convention Center, Washington, DC
Draw 7–0-1 United States Frank Galarza SD 8 2012-09-22 United States Resorts World Casino, Queens, New York
Win 7–0 United States Fitzgerald Johnson UD 4 2012-02-17 United States Nutley High School, Nutley, New Jersey
Win 6–0 United States Corey Preston UD 4 2011-11-03 United States Martins Valley Mansion, Hunt Valley, Maryland
Win 5–0 United States Mike Denby UD 4 2011-07-16 United States DC Star Night Club, Washington, DC
Win 4–0 United States Warren Snapp TKO 3 (4), 0:50 2011-05-13 United States Buffalo Bill's Star Arena, Primm, Nevada
Win 3–0 United States Charles White KO 1 (4), 1:08 2010-11-10 United States DC Star Night Club, Washington, DC
Win 2–0 United States Dustin Parrish TKO 1 (4), 1:31 2010-10-21 United States Martin's Valley Mansion, Cockeysville, Maryland
Win 1–0 United States Kelvin Kibler UD 4 2010-07-31 United States Sovereign Bank Baseball Stadium, York, Pennsylvania Professional debut.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Alantez Fox - Boxer".
  2. ^ "FIGHTNIGHT LIVE TO FEATURE ALANTEZ FOX, TIARA BROWN AND OTHER D.C. STARS FROM OUR NATION'S CAPITAL ON SATURDAY". Boxing News - Boxing, UFC and MMA News, Fight Results, Schedule, Rankings, Videos and More. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  3. ^ "New Faces: Alantez Fox". thering.com. 2017-02-23.
  4. ^ "Alantez Fox pitted against Nick Brinson this Saturday night in Washington D.C". WBN - World Boxing News. 2019-05-13. Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  5. ^ Belson, Ken (2016-08-06). "Making Olympic Boxing Safer by Eliminating Head Guards". The New York Times.
  6. ^ "Alantez Fox: Will the 6'5'' Junior Middleweight Be the Next Paul Williams?". bleacherreport.com.
  7. ^ "Russell Family sweep at Barclays, Gary retains title". Retrieved 2019-06-20.
  8. ^ "Alantez Fox". DiBella Entertainment.
  9. ^ "wboboxing.com".
  10. ^ "Alantez Fox Continues His Middleweight Run in Washington, DC". BoxingScene.com. Retrieved 2019-06-20.

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