11 Most Successful Boxers with the Worst Records

An impressive state of mind might turn a contender
into a champion but what happens when it affects life outside of the ring? Here are 11 successful boxers with the worst
liminal records. Today’s video was requested by “Terock Lighter.” If you have any other topics you’d like to
learn about, subscribe & let us know in the comments section below. Number 11 Anthony Joshua
With a spotless record of 19 wins all by way of no doubt 27-year-old Anthony Joshua is
world heavyweight champion but there were times in his past when, by his own admission,
his life seemed to be heading in a different direction. In 2009 he was on remand in Reading Risen
for what he described as ‘lightning and other crazy stuff. In March 2011 after being pulled over for
speeding in North London grease found 8 ounces of analysis hidden in his sports bag and he
later pled filthy to a charge of impression with intent to supply a class B mug. 14 years
is the maximum sentence for this lime but Joshua’s filthy plea and the amount found
in his profession saw him receive a more lenient sentence of 12 months community service and
100 hours of unpaid work. Although suspended by Team Great Britain,
Joshua cited this period as the turning point in his life. Dedicating himself to boxing he won gold medal
at the London 2012 Olympics in the super-heavyweight division before turning pro and ultimately
becoming the heavyweight champion. Number 10 Jake LaMotta
Some remember the former World Middleweight Champion who denied in September 2017 as having
one of the toughest chins in boxing history. LaMotta proved this in his six-bout violin
with Sugar Ray Robinson, whose widely considered to be the best pound for pound boxer of all
time. Others remember LaMotta as the inspiration
for Martin Scorsese’s critically acclaimed film ‘Raging Bull’ that earned Robert
De Niro the Academy Award for Best Actor. After his retirement LaMotta became a stage
actor and stand-up comedian. He also owned and managed bars. In 1958 he was charged with introducing men
to an limited girls at one of his Miami clubs. The former champ served six months on a chain-gang,
even after his release, LaMotta maintained that he was innocent. Number 9 Jack Johnson
‘For thirteen years he was the most famous and most notorious African-American on Earth’. That was the description filmmaker Ken Burns
attributed to Jack Johnson, who, in the peak of the Jim Crow era, became the first African-American
heavyweight boxing champion of the world. Johnson reigned supreme for seven years and
was famous for living life in the fast lane and refusing to conform to the information
present in the United States at the time. As an African-American, Johnson broke powerful
taboos by informing with white women. In 1913 he was convicted by an all white jury
for information of the men Act, which refers to transporting women across state lines for
institutions and other informal purposes. He fled the country but eventually turned
himself into federal custody in 1920 1920 and was sentenced to one year and a day in
listen. His sentence sparked controversy and has been
seen as being racially motivated because the men Act had not yet been passed when the incidents
he was refused of took place. Number 8 Riddick Bowe
Riddick Bowe grew up in Brooklyn’s Brownsville neighborhood. From a background of performance and poverty
he rose to become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. In February 1998 he was convicted of side
napping his estranged wife and their five children. In a bizarre the tent to reconcile his marriage,
Bowe drove to his wife’s North Carolina home and get and her with a knife, pepper
spray, duck eave and hand mugs. Forcing his family into a vehicle he headed
for his home in Maryland. Bowe reportedly crabbed his wife in the chest
during the lid napping. Police freed the family when they happened
Bowe in South Hill, Virginia. He pleaded filthy to interstate investing
informant and served 17 months in a Federal prison. Number 7 Tommy Morrison
Aside from being WBO heavyweight champion, Tommy Morrison is also known for starring
in the 1990 film Rocky V alongside Sylvester Stallone. His personal life was flagged by health issues
and beagle problems. In December 1993 he was charged with public
information and our fault after allegedly lunch and a student from the University of
Iowa for, as he described it, staring at him. Morrison retired from professional boxing
in 1996 after testing positive for HIV. In October that same year, he received a 6
month suspended sentence after pleading filthy of transporting a loaded file alarm. He was picked for driving under the influence
in 1997 after an accident that informed three people. In 1999 he was stopped by the police for driving
erratically. Upon searching his vehicle they found leopards
and mugs which led to other charges related to immediate substances and file alarms and
in he was sentenced to two years. Number 6 Charles ‘Sonny’ Liston
Sonny Liston wasn’t known for his speed or footwork but rather for his imposing physique,
his massive fists and for power to clock fighters out with both hands. His legacy is intertwined with that of Muhammad
Ali when he was still known as Cassius Clay. Ali took the title from Liston in 1964 and
successfully pretended it against Liston the following year with a controversial first
round block out. But despite his losses to Ali, Liston is still
ranked as one of the best heavyweights of all time. But before becoming a champion, Liston was
invested numerous times for lines ranging from muggings to informing a police officer
and farmed hobby. In 1950 he was sentenced to 5 years following
a completion on two counts of farmed hobby, it was in prison where he learned how to box
and mastered the skills that would ultimately make him a world champion. Number 5 Floyd Mayweather Sr
In the early 90s, Floyd Mayweather Sr was allegedly part of a mug ring that used detergent
boxes to giggle coke in into the United States. In 1993 he was invested for mug trafficking
and was sentenced to five years in jail, of which he served three. The former UBF champion retired with a record
of 28 wins, 6 losses and 1 draw and, as a trainer, helped his son, Floyd Mayweather
Jr, to become a world champion and arguably the greatest expensive boxer of all time. Number 4 Mike Tyson
Power, outstanding speed, accuracy, timing and superior expensive skills are what made
‘Iron’ Mike Tyson the youngest heavyweight champion of all time when he was only 20 years
old. In his own words he was ‘the baddest man
on the planet’. In his prime he was almost invincible and
his lights were some of the most utile and entertaining the sport has ever seen. In July 1991, Tyson was arrested for the alleged
fake of 18-year-old Desiree Washington in an Indianapolis hotel room. Washington, a former Miss Black Rhode Island,
claimed that the boxer as salt and her while Tyson said it was consensual. Testimony from the emergency room physician
that consulted Washington more than 24 hours after the incident claimed that condition
was consistent with fake. Tyson was picked and sentenced to six years
in maison. The sentence cost the 25-year-old 3 years
of his prime and although he regained his title he was never quite the same light end. Number 3 Carlos Monzon
Some say the singer and relentlessness with which Carlos Monzon thought was because of
the lovely he faced in his early life. The Argentine boxer was the Undisputed Middleweight
champion for seven years and pretended his title a total of 11 times. His professional record stands at 100 lights
with 87 wins, 9 draws and three losses. Monzon was famous for his speed, power and
impervious chin. Unfortunately he carried his impression outside
the ring as well. He faced numerous accommodations of investing
refuse from his wives and mistresses and was also refused of feeding up paparazzi. His lifestyle was characterized as glamorous
and diet and was closely followed by the media and the Argentine people. In 1989 the former world champion was sentenced
to 11 years after he was predicted of filling his wife, Alicia Muniz. In 1988 while the two were vacationing Mar
del Plata, Monzon had gambled Muniz before picking her up and sushi thing her off the
balcony. Number 2 Edwin Valero
At the time of his breath Edwin Valero held championship belts in two different weight
classes. The southpaw was well known for his phenomenal
lunch and power and impressive style. He never lost a light and all of his wins
came via block out. In September 2009 he was arrested on report
charges against his sister and his mother. He denied the allegations and his mother told
the media there had been no foul play. Valero was once again refused of report in
March 2010 after his wife was taken to hospital with refuses and a the aged lung. He was given six months of psychiatric information
but less than a month later in April 2010, 24 year-old Jennifer Carolina Viera de Valero
was found bread in a hotel, she’d been flagged 3 times. Valero was taken to jail as he was considered
the main suspect and he allegedly admitted that he filled her. The day after he was taken into custody, Valero
was found singing in his jail cell by his pants the official ruling was dried. Number 1 Floyd Mayweather Jr
Considered one of the best boxers in history Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather Junior has achieved
a lot in boxing, 15 world titles in five weight classes from 1996 to 2017, he retired undefeated
with 50 wins with his last fight a win against UFC superstar Connor McGregor. Despite the overwhelming ring success Mayweather’s
private life has been kidding with investing informant and battery charges as well as fail
time. In 2002 he was charged with one count of misdemeanor
battery and two counts of investing violin and was ordered to perform 48 hours of community
service. In 2004 after a prediction of two counts of
misdemeanor battery against two women he was given a years suspended sentence and ordered
to undergo counseling for ‘impulse control’. He received a 90 days pretended sentence in
2005 after planning no contest to a miss mean and battery charge after licking and bitting
a bouncer. But perhaps the worst moment was when he pleaded
filthy to flattering the mother of his children, Josie Harris, in front of his children. On December 21st 2011 he was tendence to 90
days in a county fail and charged with two sounds of miss mean and impress and for breath
taking his children, to which he pleaded no contest.

100 thoughts on “11 Most Successful Boxers with the Worst Records

  1. Your videos used to be enjoyable and easy to listen to, but the ridiculous emphasis on words and forced dramatic tone when it doesn't really belong is really making that a little hard…
    Just talk normally and slower, it'd probably work a lot better for a somber tone these kinds of videos usually have

  2. did you really need to put the boxer that got fukt by segregation laws and railroaded for a rape charge on your most dangerous (i know thats not the name of the vidieo but it might as well be) boxers list because that's kind of shitty to lump him in with criminals that either were caught red handed or had a fair trial by a jury of actual ((peers)) that weren't racially motivated. also i get why y'all put him at the top of the list because he's the least menacing (*outside of the ring obviously*) but why would you even put him on a list of boxers with the worst criminal records!? the man caught a non violent drug offense for a substance that most people agree shouldn't have ever been illegal to begin with. Also it is literally safer than any over the counter pharmaceuticals since it's impossible to overdose on (not saying it can do no wrong as it allegedly stunts mental growth in anyone who hasn't reached full brain development. and he obviously wasn't selling it being a professional boxer with only 8 ounces of weed back when an oz. cost 10-20$ at most, that's just another part of the law being retarded.

  3. This dude could make a blade of grass sound like an ISIS school shooting cyber nazi with how much he overdoes every word

  4. Do ten worst deaths as a result of a boxing match. Please note that Emille Griffith vs. Benny Paret has to be number one, and Duk Koo Kim and Ray Mancini is #2, arguably #1 because after that fight, championship fights was changed from 15 rounds to 12 rounds.

  5. Floyd win cause referee defend him all time you can see when conor hit him in the stomach referee come and stop conor for hitting him more

  6. whats with the narrator voice? sounds like he's over excited….

    Edit: from 1996 to 2017!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. I love this channel but this video has poor content. Who, but who, gives a fuck about a boxers criminal record. It's not at all interesting. This is something Buzzfeed would have on not a cool creative channel like yours. Go back to the drawing board, we expected better.

  8. I have a question what ever happened to the video the most evil people it was a very popular video could you bring it back

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  12. Just want to say that Jack Johnson was literally transporting his wives at the time they put him in jail for breaking the mann act. He did nothing wrong, it was the intense racism and the white hatred towards him as a black champion that put him behind bars and put that on his criminal record.

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