Alex Stewart (boxer)

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Alex Stewart (boxer)

Professional boxer, who represented Jamaica at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California add

Category: Boxing

Born in 1964.

Countries: United States (40%), (30%), New York (20%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Evander Holyfield, George Foreman, Heavyweight

Linked to: World Boxing Council

 

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Alex Stewart was born in 1964 add something


1980

Evander Holyfield - His last fight of the 1980s was against Alex Stewart, a hard punching fringe contender


1984

Stewart was a member of the Jamaican 1984 Olympic team add something


1985

Alex Stewart has a daughter, Tenille Stewart born in 1985 add something

 

Lost to Michael Bent in a thrilling match in the 1985 Heavyweight Golden Gloves Finals add something


1990

Stewart is probably best known for being blown out by Mike Tyson in the first round in 1990, and lost to other notable heavyweights of his era, including Michael Moorer, George Foreman, and Oleg Maskaev add something


1993

Evander Holyfield - He began 1993 by beating Alex Stewart in a rematch, but this time over the 12-round unanimous distance


1999

Boxing - After two consecutive knockout losses, Stewart retired from boxing in 1999, and after retiring worked in the New York area for a liquor distributor add something

 

Lance Whitaker - A win over faded contender Alex Stewart landed him a fight against Lou Savarese in 1999


2016

Stewart died in Mount Vernon, New York in November of 2016 of a blood clot in his lung add something

 

Stewart died in Mount Vernon, New York in November 2016 of a blood clot in his lung add something