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Maurice Harris
Wilbur Maurice Harris (born February 21, 1976), nicknamed "Sugar Moe", is the former United States Boxing Association heavyweight champion. A professional

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For the American football player, see Maurice Harris (American football). Maurice HarrisMaurice "Sugar Moe" HarrisStatisticsReal nameWilbur Maurice HarrisNickname(s)Mo BettahWeight(s)Heavyweight
Cruiserweight
Light HeavyweightHeight6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)Reach80 in (203 cm)Nationality United StatesBorn (1976-02-21) February 21, 1976 (age 43)
East Orange, New JerseyStanceOrthodoxBoxing recordTotal fights52Wins26Wins by KO11Losses22Draws3No contests1

Wilbur Maurice Harris (born February 21, 1976), nicknamed "Sugar Moe", is the former United States Boxing Association heavyweight champion. A professional competitor since 1992, he holds notable victories over Siarhei Liakhovich, David Izon, James Thunder, and Jeremy Williams. As a professional, Harris also faced world champions and contenders Larry Holmes, Vaughn Bean, Derrick Jefferson, Chris Byrd, Henry Akinwande, Fres Oquendo, Tony Thompson, Kubrat Pulev, Amir Mansour, Alexander Ustinov, and Albert Sosnowski.

Contents
  • 1 Professional career
    • 1.1 Comeback
  • 2 Professional boxing record
  • 3 External links
  • 4 References
Professional career

Maurice Harris turned pro at 16 as a light heavyweight in 1992, and faced many up-and-coming prospects and comebacking champions. In his early professional years, he lost to future number one contender Vaughn Bean, and defeated 18-0-0 David Izon.

In 1992, Harris lost a 12-round decision in his first attempt to win the vacant United States Boxing Association (USBA) heavyweight title against future world heavyweight champion Chris Byrd.

In 1997 he lost a disputed split decision to former champion Larry Holmes. He followed the Holmes bout with a seven fight winning streak in 1998-99. This included defeating former number one heavyweight contender Jeremy Williams, and culminated in a fight on HBO with Derrick Jefferson. In what was labeled as the 1999 Ring Magazine knockout of the year, Harris was brutally knocked out by a vicious left hook.

In 1998 Harris was the chief sparring partner for heavyweight world champion Lennox Lewis and maintained this position for several years.

In 2002, Harris knocked out future heavyweight champion 19-0 Siarhei Liakhovich in the 9th round. Later that year, Harris won the Thunderbox Heavyweight Tournament "Fistful of Dollars" in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The round-robin exhibition event consisted of eight heavyweights doing battle in three, three-minute rounds. Harris outpointed Gerald Nobles, future number one contender Tony Thompson and Israel Garcia in the same evening to win the $100,000 purse.[1]

Comeback

After a three-year layoff, Harris made a comeback in 2010 in the heavyweight division. Under the guidance of promoter Mario Yagobi of Boxing360, Harris returned to the ring. Harris won the vacant United States Boxing Association heavyweight title in his second opportunity with a 12-round unanimous decision over Nagy Aguilera at the Grand Casino in Hinckley, Minnesota. However, on May 27, 2011, Harris lost an eliminator bout for the IBF # 2 position at Reno Events Center in Reno, Nevada. On July 16, 2011, Harris defended his USBA heavyweight title in Atlantic City, New Jersey on July 16, 2011, with a 12th-round knockout over challenger Derric Rossy.

Professional boxing record Professional record summary 52 fights 26 wins 22 losses By knockout 11 15 By decision 14 7 By disqualification 1 0 Draws 3 No contests 1 Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes Loss 26–22–3 (1) Ivan Dychko KO 1 (8), 1:39 06/07/2018 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood Loss 26–21–3 (1) Kubrat Pulev KO 1 (8), 1:59 05/12/2015 Inselparkhalle, Wilhelmsburg, Hamburg Loss 26–20–3 (1) Alexander Ustinov KO 1 (10) 10/10/2015 El Poliedro, Caracas, Venezuela Draw 26–19–3 (1) Grover Young SD 8 05/09/2015 Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Hollywood Loss 26–19–2 (1) Andrey Fedosov KO 2 (8) 18/04/2014 Horseshoe Casino, Hammond, Indiana Loss 26–18–2 (1) Amir Mansour UD 12 23/08/2013 Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, Dover, Delaware For vacant USBA heavyweight and World Boxing Federation Intercontinental heavyweight title Win 26–17–2 (1) Jason Bergman SD 6 03/05/2013 University of California of PA Convocation Center, California, Pennsylvania Loss 25–17–2 (1) Albert Sosnowski SD 3 20/06/2012 London, England, United Kingdom Loss 25–16–2 (1) Edmund Gerber UD 8 05/05/2012 Erfurt, Thüringen, Germany Win 25–15–2 (1) Derric "The Shaolin Fist" Rossy TKO 12 16/07/2011 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States USBA Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:35 of the 12th round. Loss 24–15–2 (1) Tony "The Tiger" Thompson TKO 3 27/05/2011 Reno, Nevada, United States IBF Heavyweight Title Eliminator. Win 24–14–2 (1) Nagy "Dominican Dynamite" Aguilera UD 12 06/08/2010 Hinckley, Minnesota, United States USBA Heavyweight Title. Win 23–14–2 (1) Robert Hawkins UD 8 15/04/2010 New York City, United States Win 22–14–2 (1) Julius Long UD 6 26/03/2010 Chicago, Illinois, United States Win 21–14–2 (1) Billy Zumbrun UD 6 29/01/2010 Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States NC 20–14–2 (1) Rodney Wallace NC 4 17/11/2007 Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States Loss 20-14-2 Tye Fields RTD 4 14/07/2006 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 20-13-2 Franklin Edmondson UD 8 26/01/2006 Charleston, South Carolina, United States Loss 19-13-2 Fres "The Big O" Oquendo KO 10 01/03/2003 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 19-12-2 Siarhei Liakhovich KO 9 01/06/2002 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Loss 18-12-2 Henry Akinwande KO 1 16/06/2001 Cincinnati, Ohio, United States Loss 18-11-2 Chris "Rapid Fire" Byrd UD 12 12/05/2001 New York City, United States USBA Heavyweight Title. Win 18-10-2 Harold Sconiers UD 8 16/12/2000 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States Win 17-10-2 Bradley Rone UD 8 05/08/2000 Madison, Wisconsin, United States Loss 16-10-2 Derrick Jefferson KO 6 06/11/1999 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Win 16-9-2 Israel Cole UD 10 11/09/1999 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 15-9-2 Jeremy "Half Man-Half Amazing" Williams UD 10 19/06/1999 New York City, United States Win 14-9-2 Louis "The Facelifter" Monaco TKO 1 22/05/1999 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Win 13-9-2 Artis "The Mad Boxer" Pendergrass TKO 4 19/12/1998 Miami, Florida, United States Win 12-9-2 Orion Sistrunk KO 1 01/10/1998 Newark, New Jersey, United States Win 11-9-2 Danny Wofford DQ 6 27/06/1998 Alexandria, Virginia, United States Win 10-9-2 Rashid Latif KO 1 18/04/1998 Alexandria, Virginia, United States Loss 9-9-2 Larry "The Easton Assassin" Holmes SD 10 29/07/1997 New York City, United States 95-96, 94-96, 96-94. Win 9-8-2 Jimmy Thunder KO 7 20/05/1997 Lyndhurst, New Jersey, United States Thunder knocked out at 2:44 of the seventh round. Win 8-8-2 Sam Hampton TKO 4 26/04/1997 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Loss 7-8-2 Gerald "The Jedi" Nobles KO 3 30/07/1996 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Harris knocked out at 1:20 of the third round. Win 7-7-2 Terrell "Baby Bull" Nelson UD 6 16/07/1996 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States 58-52, 57-50, 58-54. Loss 6-7-2 Dayton Wheeler MD 6 19/06/1996 Newark, New Jersey, United States Win 6-6-2 David Izon UD 8 15/03/1996 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States 76-75, 76-75, 78-75. Loss 5-6-2 "Cowboy" Dale Brown KO 3 16/08/1995 Newark, New Jersey, United States Loss 5-5-2 Vaughn "Shake & Bake" Bean KO 3 29/10/1994 Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States Loss 5-4-2 "The American Dream" John Andrade TKO 6 27/06/1994 Providence, Rhode Island, United States Draw 5-3-2 Zuri Lawrence PTS 4 21/06/1994 Boston, Massachusetts, United States Win 5-3-1 Richie Brown UD 4 23/04/1994 Schenectady, New York, United States Win 4-3-1 Ettol Windham UD 4 22/03/1994 Pensacola, Florida, United States Draw 3-3-1 Richie Brown PTS 4 21/01/1994 New York City, United States Win 3-3 Tom Murray TKO 1 01/10/1993 New York City, United States Loss 2-3 Scott Lopeck KO 3 07/05/1993 New York City, United States Loss 2-2 Richard Frazier TKO 4 20/03/1993 New York City, United States Win 2-1 Michael Taylor TKO 1 27/02/1993 Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States Win 1-1 Anthony Harris TKO 1 12/02/1993 Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States Loss 0-1 Joe Kenna UD 4 04/12/1992 Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States External links
  • Professional boxing record for Maurice Harris from BoxRec
  • Maurice Harris - Boxing360 Biography, Boxing
  • USBA Heavyweight Champion Maurice Harris on Brink of Living his Dream, April 28, 2011
References
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