By Ken Hissner: The undefeated boxers active and retired get their share of ink. The defeated not so much, to say the least. This writer keeps a 100 Loss list of Non-Winning boxers and boxers with over 100 losses both active and inactive.
Heading the list of the “defeated” and retired is Bheki Moyo from Zimbabwe living in East Earl’s Court in London, UK, who last fought in March of 2015 finishing with a record of 0-73-2 stopped 6 times.
Moyo lost to thirty-three opponents without a loss and twenty-five opponents making their debut from the time of his debut in July of 2005. In 2006 and 2011 he received a pair of draw decisions.
The opponents with the best records he lost to at the time were Tom “Shaw Thing” Shaw, 7-0 who retired at 10-1, Nicki “Nightmare” Smedley, 12-0 who retired at 15-1, Luke Robinson, 6-1-1 who retired at 8-3-1, Jason Welborn, 5-1 who retired at 24-9, Maxi “Maximus” Hughes, 4-0 still active at 24-5-2, Phil Gill, 10-0-2 who retired at 14-3-2 and Jack Perry, 15-0-1 who retired at 18-0-1.
Other defeated are Alexandru Manea, 0-54, stopped 14 times out of Romania, Curtis Gargano, 0-51-1, stopped 7 times out of the UK, Marius Petre Sorin, 0-48-2, stopped 31 times out of Romania, and still active, Carlos Rocha Tomar, 0-48-1 stopped 18 times out of Portugal, Alec Bazza, 0-47-3 stopped 8 times out of Ireland, Scott Hillman, 0-47 stopped 8 times from the UK and still active, Rafael Piotrowski, 0-46-1 stopped 7 times out of Poland, Kalman Vagyocki, 0-45 stopped 34 times out of Hungary, Szabolcs Gergely, 0-43 stopped 29 times out of Hungary, Dionisio Rodrigez, 0-42 stopped 29 times out of Dominican Republic, Viktor Gelien, 0-42 stopped 33 times out of Slovakia and Alexis Castillo Sanchez, 0-40 stopped 30 times out of Dominican Republic.
Others with at least thirty losses still active are Ambroz Horvath, 0-35-2, stopped 20 times out of Slovakia, Miguel Urdaneta, 0-32-1, stopped 17 times out of Venezuela, Callum Ide, 0-30-2, stopped 4 times out of the UK and Youangel Romero, 0- 30, stopped 28 times out of Venezuela.
With “perfect” records never gone the distance is Ed Strickland, 0-32 stopped 32 times out of US, Eric Crumble, 0-31 stopped 31 times out of US, Mihita Cosma, 0-26 stopped 26 times out of Romania and Germany and still active, Roman Mendez, 0-25 stopped 25 times out of Mexico and still active, Nelson Diaz, 0-25 stopped 25 times out of Dominican Republic, Miguel Ochoa, 0-24-1, stopped 24 times out of Mexico, Mirna LaHoz, 0-21, stopped 21 times out of Mexico and still active, Sasa Dajic, 0-20, stopped 20 times out of Bosnia & Herzegovina, and still active, Brian Raglin, 0-18 stopped 18 times out of US and still active, Gerald Moore, 0-18 stopped 18 times out of US, Robert Strickland, 0-18 stopped 18 times out of US, Petr Pirko-Pulo, 0-17 stopped 17 times out of Czech Republic, Ray Collins, 0-16 stopped 16 times out of US and still active, Javier Simanca, 0-15 stopped 15 times out of Colombia and still active and Eduardo Juan, 0-15 stopped 15 times out of Dominican Republic.
With all of these fighters you have to wonder why their boxing commissions do not retire them.