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Henry Tillman
Real nameHenry Tillman
Weight(s)Cruiserweight (200 lb)
Height6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Reach77.5 in (197 cm)
Born (1960-08-01) August 1, 1960 (age 58)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Boxing record
Total fights31
Wins by KO16
No contests0

Henry Durand Tillman (born August 1, 1960) is an American former boxer. He was born in Los Angeles, California.[1]

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Amateur career

Tillman twice defeated Mike Tyson as an amateur, winning both bouts via close decisions. Tillman went on to win heavyweight gold at the Los Angeles Olympics against highly touted Canadian boxer Willie de Wit.

Pro career

Tillman turned pro in 1984 as a cruiserweight and had a disappointing professional career, primarily due to a weak chin. In 1986, he was knocked down twice and upset by Bert Cooper via a decision. However, in 1987 he was able to secure a shot at WBA Cruiserweight Title holder Evander Holyfield. Holyfield dropped Tillman three times en route to a 7th-round TKO, according to WBA rules. Tillman later lost to Willie DeWitt in a rematch of their 1984 Heavyweight Olympic Final bout. In 1990, he took on Mike Tyson in Tyson's comeback bout after his loss to James "Buster" Douglas. Tyson knocked him out in the first round. He finished his professional career with a record of 25-6-0 with 16 knockouts.

In the movie Rocky V, Tillman played contender "Tim Simms" who lost a bout to "Tommy Gunn" played by Tommy Morrison.

In February 2001, Tillman was sentenced to six years in prison for a 1996, attempted murder and voluntary manslaughter charge, and released from custody in 2002.[2] In July 2004, Tillman was sentenced to 37 months in prison after pleading guilty to federal identity theft charges.[3]

Professional boxing record

25 Wins (16 knockouts, 9 decisions), 6 Losses (4 knockouts, 2 decisions) [4]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 28-3-2 United States Terry Davis KO 7 1992-09-15 Florida Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States NBA Continental Americas Heavyweight Title.
Win 32-14-1 United States Eddie Taylor TKO 6 1992-04-21 Florida Tampa, Florida, United States
Win 28-16-1 United States Mark Lee UD 10 1992-03-26 California Irvine, California, United States 99-90, 98-92, 100-89.
Win 15-30-2 United States Rick Kellar TKO 4 1990-11-29 Michigan Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States
Win 5-12 United States Lynwood Jones UD 10 1990-10-26 Florida Daytona Beach, Florida, United States 100-90, 100-90, 99-91.
Win 12-30-6 United States Danny Blake UD 10 1990-08-30 Florida Daytona Beach, Florida, United States 99-91, 99-91, 99-91.
Loss 37-1 United States Mike Tyson KO 1 1990-06-16 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Tillman knocked out at 2:47 of the first round.
Win 9-9-2 United States Tim Morrison TKO 2 1990-02-17 Canada Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Win 3-5 Mexico Gerardo Valero KO 2 1990-01-30 California Reseda, California, United States
Win 8-5-1 United States Danny Wofford PTS 10 1989-12-09 Florida Daytona Beach, Florida, United States
Loss 20-1-1 Canada Willie de Wit UD 10 1988-03-29 Canada Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 94-100, 94-98, 95-97.
Loss 13-14-2 United States Dwain Bonds TKO 8 1987-11-20 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 25-12 United States Danny Sutton KO 7 1987-08-22 South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina, United States Sutton knocked out at 1:37 of the seventh round.
Win 13-3-1 United States Kevin P. Porter UD 10 1987-07-11 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 6-11-1 United States Woody Clark TKO 7 1987-06-07 Rhode Island Providence, Rhode Island, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:59 of the seventh round.
Loss 13-0 United States Evander Holyfield TKO 7 1987-02-14 Nevada Reno, Nevada, United States WBA World Cruiserweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:43 of the seventh round.
Win 9-11-1 United States Stanley Ross TKO 4 1986-12-26 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 11-5-2 United States Tyrone Booze UD 10 1986-10-17 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 10-7-1 United States Oscar Holman TKO 6 1986-09-24 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 13-3 Canada Cedric Parsons KO 1 1986-08-19 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Parsons knocked out at 2:20 of the first round.
Loss 11-1 United States Bert Cooper UD 12 1986-06-15 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States NABF Cruiserweight Title. 113-114, 112-115, 113-115.
Win 29-9 Nigeria Bash Ali TKO 1 1986-04-22 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States NABF Cruiserweight Title.
Win 18-3 United States Reggie Gross UD 10 1986-03-04 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States 8-2, 9-1, 10-0.
Win 6-3 United States Sylvester Lee TKO 1 1986-02-02 California Hollywood, Florida, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:15 of the first round.
Win 5-3-2 United States Richard Scott UD 6 1985-09-18 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States 6-0, 4-1, 4-2.
Win 8-2 United States Larry Phelps TKO 2 1985-08-11 California Hollywood, California, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:11 of the second round.
Win 28-30-5 United States Leroy Caldwell PTS 6 1985-06-30 Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 2-11-1 United States John Williams TKO 1 1985-05-12 Texas Tyler, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:57 of the first round.
Win 2-1 United States Andre Crowder TKO 1 1985-04-18 New Jersey Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 7-2-1 United States Mickey Pryor TKO 4 1985-03-05 Texas Dallas, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 0:51 of the fourth round.
Win 1-0 Jamaica Uriah Grant TKO 2 1984-12-07 Texas Houston, Texas, United States


  1. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Henry Tillman". Olympics at Sports Reference LLC. Archived from the original on 2015-10-08.
  2. ^
  3. ^ Wallechinsky, David (2012). The Book of Olympic Lists. London: Aurum Press Ltd. p. 232. ISBN 9781845137731.
  4. ^ Boxing record for Henry Tillman.

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