Cory Spinks

Cory Spinks (born Cory Calvin; February 20, 1978) is an American former professional boxer who competed from 1997 to 2013.wikipedia
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Michael Spinks

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Spinks is the son of former world heavyweight champion Leon Spinks and nephew of former world heavyweight and light heavyweight champion Michael Spinks.
Nicknamed "Jinx", which spawned the nickname of his straight right hand, "The Spinks Jinx", Spinks is the brother of former world heavyweight champion Leon Spinks, and uncle of Cory Spinks, a former welterweight and light middleweight champion.

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Spink' first Welterweight title defense came on April 10, 2004, against former world champion Zab Judah.
On April 10, 2004, at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Judah fought Cory Spinks for the Undisputed Welterweight Championship.

Jermain Taylor

On May 19, 2007, Spinks moved up one weight class to Middleweight with a challenge against World Middleweight Champion Jermain Taylor at the FedEx Forum in Memphis.
During his reign as unified middleweight champion, Taylor won an immediate rematch against Hopkins and defeated Kassim Ouma and Cory Spinks, as well as fighting Winky Wright to a draw.

Michele Piccirillo

Spinks went 29-2 in his first 31 contests, only losing to Antonio Díaz (regarded as a controversial decision by some boxing analysts and ringside observers) and Michele Piccirillo, whom he defeated by decision in a re-match.
Known as "Gentleman", Piccirillo turned pro in 1992 and captured the Vacant IBF Welterweight Title with a decision win over Cory Spinks in 2002.

Antonio Díaz (boxer)

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Spinks went 29-2 in his first 31 contests, only losing to Antonio Díaz (regarded as a controversial decision by some boxing analysts and ringside observers) and Michele Piccirillo, whom he defeated by decision in a re-match.
Among his 11 title defenses, Díaz holds wins over champions like Cory Spinks, Ivan Robinson, Micky Ward, Ahmed Santos, and Omar Gabriel Weis.

List of lineal boxing world champions

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However, Spinks rose to boxing stardom by unifying the WBC, WBA, IBF, and The Ring and lineal welterweight titles on December 13, 2003, when he defeated Ricardo Mayorga by majority decision.

Leon Spinks

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Spinks is the son of former world heavyweight champion Leon Spinks and nephew of former world heavyweight and light heavyweight champion Michael Spinks.
Leon's son, Cory Spinks, held the undisputed welterweight title, and was the IBF junior middleweight champion twice.

Deandre Latimore

On April 24, 2009, Spinks reclaimed the vacant IBF Junior Middleweight Championship in a close split-decision victory over fellow St. Louis native Deandre Latimore.
In June 2008, Deandre faced and defeated the IBF #1 ranked contender Sechew Powell via 7th-round TKO, which set the stage for a showdown with hometown rival and former 2-division champion Cory Spinks.

Ricardo Mayorga

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However, Spinks rose to boxing stardom by unifying the WBC, WBA, IBF, and The Ring and lineal welterweight titles on December 13, 2003, when he defeated Ricardo Mayorga by majority decision.

Enterprise Center

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The second fight was the first major bout in St. Louis in more than 40 years, and it was a 22,000+ sellout at the Savvis Center in St. Louis, Missouri.

Reggie Strickland

Throughout his career he also fought future world champions Tavoris Cloud, Randall Bailey, Cory Spinks, Raúl Márquez and Keith Holmes.

Verno Phillips

On March 27, 2008, in a fight with Verno Phillips at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, Spinks lost the IBF Junior Middleweight Championship via controversial split decision.
On March 27, 2008, Phillips beat Cory Spinks by disputed split decision to regain the IBF light middleweight title.

Cornelius Bundrage

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On August 7, 2010, after a five-month delay due to scheduling conflicts, Spinks lost the IBF Junior Middleweight Championship in a fight with mandatory challenger Cornelius Bundrage at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis.
After four separate setback losses, two IBF eliminators and a no contest, Cornelius Bundrage finally got his questionable title fight with former Undisputed Welterweight Champion and then current IBF Light Middleweight Champion Cory Spinks on August 7, 2010 at the Scottrade Center, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States.

Roman Karmazin

On July 8, 2006, Spinks earned his fifth world title, the IBF Junior Middleweight Championship (also called Super Welterweight by some sanctioning bodies), in a fight with reigning champion Roman Karmazin at the Savvis Center.
On July 8, 2006, nearly a year after his last fight, Karmazin lost his title to Cory Spinks.

Rodney Jones (boxer)

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On February 3, 2007 Jones lost to world champion Cory Spinks in Silver Spurs Arena, Kissimmee, Florida.

List of world welterweight boxing champions

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Miguel Ángel González (boxer)

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In his last outing, González had earned the right to face undisputed welterweight champion Cory Spinks at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on 4 September.

List of undisputed boxing champions

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