Demetrius Andrade is a professional American boxer that was born on February 26, 1988. The 33-year-old boxer boasts multiple world championship titles in two weight divisions. These include the WBO and WBA light-middleweight titles and the WBO middleweight title. As of April 2021, he is ranked third best in the world in the middleweight division by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board and The Ring magazine. Andrade stands 6 feet and 1 inch and comes with a 73.5-inch reach.

Andrade started boxing training at a very early age of 6. Due to his early training, he is considered the most successful amateur boxer in the history of Rhode Island. In 2005 and 2006, the talented and young Andrade won the United States Amateur Boxing Championship. He also won the National Golden Gloves in 2006 and 2007. Furthermore, in 2007, he placed second in the Pan American Games which was held in Rio de Janeiro. During the same year, he also won the World Amateur Boxing Championships after beating internationally-known boxers like Magomed Nurutdinov, Kakhaber Zhyania, and Jack Culcay-Keth as well as Dmitrijs and Adem Kilicci in the semifinal round. His last fight as an amateur boxer happened when he represented his country in Beijing Olympics in 2008.

Born 26 Feb 1988
Nationality United States United States
Nickname Boo Boo

It was in October 2008 when Andrade made his professional boxing debut. During this debut fight, he defeated Patrick Cape by technical knockout in the second round. He also won his second and third fights via technical knockout. It was during his 20th fight when he earned his first WBO light-middleweight title. This was after he defeated Vanes Martirosyan on November 9, 2013, by split decision. By June 14, 2014, he defeated Brian Rose of Great Britain and retained his WBO light-middleweight title. After more than a year, he earned the WBO International light-middleweight title when he defeated Dario Fabian Pucheta by technical knockout.

In addition, Andrade also won his first WBA light middleweight title on March 11, 2017, and the WBO middleweight title on October 20, 2018. He was able to retain all these titles and earned an outstanding boxing record of 30 wins with no losses.

Boxing Record

  • Total Professional Fights: 30
  • Wins: 30
  • Wins by Knockout: 18
  • Wins by Decision: 12
  • Losses: 0

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