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Saturday, 10 September 2016

BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY - AFRO-BELGIAN " SUGAR JACKSON " IS A WELTERWEIGHT PROFESSIONAL BOXER - IN FEBRUARY 2005 HE WON THE IBC WORLD TITLE - GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "

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Sugar Jackson
Sugar Jackson
Statistics
Real name Jackson Osei Bonsu
Nickname(s) Sugar
Rated at Welterweight
Nationality Belgian
Born 3 March 1981 (age 35)
Ghana
Boxing record
Total fights 45
Wins 40
Wins by KO 28
Losses 5
(Sugar) Jackson Osei Bonsu (born 3 March 1981, in Ghana) is a Belgian welterweight professional boxer of Ghanaian descent. He started to call himself Sugar as a reference to Sugar Ray Robinson. Jackson has, in recent times, gained a large following in the UK and US, and in early 2008 was voted the 'Official Overseas Fighter' of internet boxing forum Boxing Rebels, replacing the charismatic Bobby Gunn.

In 1997, Jackson came to Belgium, where his father was already living. As boxing was his boyhood dream, he started to attend the Antwerpse Boksschool (English: Antwerp Boxing School). Currently, Jackson trains in Izegem.

Sugar Jackson is famous for his very hard punch and his perseverance. His defence and technique are considered his weaker points. So far, Jackson has won 40 (28 knockouts) of his 45 fights. In February 2005, he won the IBC world title. In February 2007, almost exactly two years after his IBC title, Jackson defeated Nordin Mouchi, capturing the EBU European title. He successfully defended his EBU title 4 times. The last time was on 3 May 2008 against the Ukrainian Viktor Plotnikov.

On 14 September 2008 Jackson lost his EBU Welterweight title in a greatly disputed unanimous decision against Rafał Jackiewicz. Although all three judges scored the fight in favour of Jackiewicz, there was great controversy as many experts believed Sugar Jackson won at least 10 of the 12 rounds. Belgian newspaper De Standaard called the result 'the theft of the century'.



Boxing record
39 Wins (28 (T)KO's, 9 decisions), 5 Losses
Date Result Opponent Method Rounds
25 December 2011 Win Georgia (country) Malkhaz Berkatsashvili KO 1/?
4 March 2011 Win Spain Jose Del Rio UD 10/10
25 December 2010 Win Brazil Luiz Augusto Dos Santos DQ 2/8
11 November 2010 Win Brazil Andre Marcos Nascimento KO 3/10
19 March 2010 Loss United States Randall Bailey TKO 1/12
11 November 2009 Win Luxembourg Nascimento Monteiro KO 2/12
7 November 2009 Loss Turkey Selcuk Aydin KO 9/12
20 December 2008 Win Argentina Carlos Manuel Baldomir Decision 12/12
13 October 2008 Win Romania Gheorghe Danut Decision 6/6
14 September 2008 Loss Poland Rafał Jackiewicz Decision 12/12
5 March 2008 Win Ukraine Viktor Plotnikov Decision 12/12
12 January 2008 Win France Brice Faradji Decision 12/12
27 October 2007 Win France Nordine Mouchi KO 3/12
9 June 2007 Win Italy Cristian De Martinis KO 12/12
25 February 2007 Win France Nordine Mouchi KO 8/12
1 November 2006 Win Romania Vasile Surcica Decision 8/8
6 October 2006 Win United Kingdom Kevin Phelan TKO 4/6
11 February 2006 Win Belgium Zaid Bediouri TKO 1/6
1 November 2005 Win Netherlands Abder Bchiri TKO 6/8
11 June 2005 Win Hungary Janos Petrovics TKO 4/12
11 February 2005 Win Russia Mikhail Krivolapov KO 5/12
1 November 2004 Win France Fabrice Colombel KO 8/10
5 June 2004 Win Russia Maxim Nesterenko TKO 8/10
24 January 2004 Win Netherlands Regillo Aaron KO 1/8
25 December 2003 Win France Fabrice Colombel TKO 10/10
1 November 2003 Win France David Sarraille TKO 2/10
7 June 2003 Win Cameroon Hamza Issa TKO 2/6
10 May 2003 Win Poland Adam Zadworny TKO 3/6
21 April 2003 Win France Jean Gomis II KO 2/6
14 March 2003 Win Luxembourg Kamel Ikene KO 2/6
15 February 2003 Win Tunisia Riadh Rekhis KO 1/6
25 December 2002 Loss France Abdel Mehidi TKO 10/10
22 November 2002 Win Luxembourg Calvin Silatcha Decision 6/6
1 November 2002 Win France Kwassi Acclombesi TKO 3/6
20 May 2002 Win Netherlands Yassine El Maachi TKO 3/6
2 April 2002 Win France Belaid Yahiaoui Decision 8/8
25 December 2001 Win Egypt Ahmed Aoud TKO 2/6
1 November 2001 Win France Laurent Roussel TKO 3/6
27 October 2001 Win Belgium Dominique Van der Steene KO 1/6