About Hasim Rahman Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Hasim Rahman, nicknamed “The Rock,” is an American Heavyweight boxer. Rahman, Maryland-born, currently resides in Las Vegas, Nevada and trains in Rochester, New York. Rahman got into boxing when he was 20 and had only 10 amateur match prior to making his professional debut on December 3, 1994 at age 22. Rahman was billed at 6 ft. 2 ½ in. with a reach of 82 in. and 236 lbs.
In March 1996 Rahman won a 10-round decision over Ross Puritty. He repeated the feat versus Trevor Berbick. Rahman won the USBA regional heavyweight title, the IBF Intercontinental Title, in July and November 1997 respectively. On December 1998, Rahman faced David Tua, and lost via TKO. In November 1999, Rahman lost to Oleg Maskaev. After this, Rahman came back with three victories and on April 2001, Rahman emerged victorious over Lenox Lewis to claim the WBC and IBF heavyweight championship.
Rahman was sued, for negating Lewis’ rematch proposal. The judge sided with Lewis, and Lewis had his rematch on November 2001, with Lewis nailing Rahman. In Rahman's comeback fight he was defeated via decision against Evander Holyfield. After being laid off, Rahman won a ten-round decision over Taurus Sykes June 2007. On December 2008, Rahman lost to Vladimir Klitschko via TKO in a fight a few believe showed him to be past his best. To date, Rahman holds a record of 47 wins, 38 coming by way of knockout, 7 losses, and 2 draws.
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