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- Born: March 07, 1972
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- Age: 51
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- Stance: Orthodox
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- Nationality: American
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Nate Campbell was a professional boxer who had an admirable career, spanning more than 14 years. In his 50 fights, he won 37, lost 11, drew one, and had one no-contest. Campbell won 26 fights via knockout and had three total title wins.
Campbell’s professional career kicked off in 2000 when he defeated Scoey Fields through 1st round Technical Knockout. The fighter had an impressive winning streak of 22, including 20 wins via stoppage.
In February 2005, Campbell had his first title fight at the age of 32 against Robbie Peden for the vacant IBF title in the super featherweight division. Unfortunately, he lost the bout via 8th round TKO but gradually bounced back.
On March 8, 2008, Nate Campbell had a breakthrough moment when he became a unified lightweight world champion by beating Juan Díaz via 12 round split-decision. He successfully held the WBA (Super), IBF, and WBO lightweight world-champion belts.
The majority of Campbell's losses were in non-title bouts, having 10 losses in 39 fights, with one defeat coming in a title bout. His first loss was against Joel Casamayor through 10 round unanimous decision on January 25, 2003. He has been stopped four times and lost seven times via decision.
When Campbell retired from boxing, he had a record of 37-11-1, including 26 knockout wins and suffered four losses via knockout. His three-title wins came in the lightweight world championship.
The boxer was known for some iconic bouts, and his remarkable victories that include wins over Juan Díaz, Victor Cayo, Wilson Alcorro, Almazbek Raiymkulov, Francisco Javier Olvera, Johnny Walker, and Ali Funeka.
All through his career, Nate Campbell was revered for his discipline and resilience. Boxing fans loved his fearlessness in the ring, which shone through in most of his fights.
Campbell's last professional fight was a non-title bout against Gilbert Venegas on March 29, 2014, which ended with a win via 8 round unanimous decision. Nine years and two days have passed since the fight took place, and Campbell hasn't had any comebacks thus far.
Despite having a remarkable career, Campbell struggled to solidify his championship status, compiling a brand of boxing that wouldn't suit all boxing fans.
Overall, Nate Campbell is an incredible boxing sensation whose name will go down in the history books of boxing. Many budding boxers can learn and draw inspiration from his talent, skill, and drive to succeed in a sport that demands the best version of oneself.
Nate Campbell Fight Record
|50||Mar 29, 2014||42||Gilbert Venegas||Win||UD|
|49||Apr 27, 2013||41||Terry Flanagan||Loss||RTD4|
|48||Feb 8, 2013||40||Kevin Bizier||Loss||RTD8|
|47||Jun 30, 2012||40||Krzysztof Szot||Win||UD|
|46||Mar 24, 2012||40||Victor Cayo||Win||TKO9|
|45||Sep 25, 2011||39||Khabib Allakhverdiev||Loss||TD|
|44||May 21, 2011||39||Sherzod Nazarov||Win||UD|
|43||Apr 9, 2011||39||Danny García||Loss||UD|
|42||Nov 27, 2010||38||Walter Estrada||Loss||SD|
|41||May 15, 2010||38||Victor Ortiz||Loss||UD|
|40||Aug 1, 2009||37||Timothy Bradley||NC||RTD3|
|39||Feb 14, 2009||36||Ali Funeka||Win||MD|
|38||Mar 8, 2008||36||Juan Díaz||Win||SD|
|37||Jul 6, 2007||35||Wilson Alcorro||Win||TKO6|
|36||Mar 2, 2007||34||Ricky Quiles||Win||UD|
|35||Oct 7, 2006||34||Matt Zegan||Win||UD|
|34||Apr 17, 2006||34||Isaac Hlatshwayo||Loss||SD|
|33||Jan 27, 2006||33||Francisco Javier Olvera||Win||RTD6|
|32||Oct 1, 2005||33||Almazbek Raiymkulov||Win||TKO10|
|31||Jun 14, 2005||33||Francisco Lorenzo||Loss||SD|
|30||Apr 29, 2005||33||Johnny Walker||Win||TKO2|
|29||Feb 23, 2005||32||Robbie Peden||Loss||TKO8|
|28||Jul 30, 2004||32||Edelmiro Martinez||Win||DQ|
|27||Mar 14, 2004||32||Robbie Peden||Loss||KO5|
|26||Jan 9, 2004||31||Daniel Attah||Win||UD|
|25||May 17, 2003||31||Edelmiro Martinez||Draw||SD|
|24||Jan 25, 2003||30||Joel Casamayor||Loss||UD|
|23||Nov 23, 2002||30||Renor Rojas Claure||Win||KO5|
|22||Sep 14, 2002||30||Daniel Alicea||Win||KO3|
|21||Jun 22, 2002||30||Carlos Navarro||Win||TKO5|
|20||Apr 27, 2002||30||Jaime Torres||Win||TKO5|
|19||Mar 22, 2002||30||Alric Johnson||Win||TKO4|
|18||Feb 23, 2002||29||Joseph Figueroa||Win||UD|
|17||Feb 10, 2002||29||James Baker||Win||RTD9|
|16||Nov 10, 2001||29||Michael Jamison||Win||TKO1|
|15||Sep 29, 2001||29||Elias Juarez||Win||TKO4|
|14||Aug 31, 2001||29||Victorio Abadia||Win||TKO8|
|13||Aug 11, 2001||29||Steve Trumble||Win||TKO3|
|12||Jul 28, 2001||29||Antonio Smith||Win||TKO2|
|11||Jun 23, 2001||29||Keith Major||Win||KO2|
|10||May 11, 2001||29||Angel Rios||Win||UD|
|9||May 5, 2001||29||Antonio Smith||Win||KO1|
|8||Apr 21, 2001||29||Jaime Torres||Win||TKO3|
|7||Feb 22, 2001||28||Antonio Young||Win||TKO2|
|6||Jan 18, 2001||28||John Frazier||Win||KO3|
|5||Dec 3, 2000||28||Ivan Dawson||Win||TKO2|
|4||Oct 28, 2000||28||Sergio Jose Olivas||Win||TKO6|
|3||Jun 23, 2000||28||John Trigg||Win||TKO4|
|2||May 26, 2000||28||Alex Brenes||Win||TKO2|
|1||Feb 5, 2000||27||Scoey Fields||Win||TKO1|