Jeremy Williams – Former Heavyweight World Champion
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Learn the ‘sweet science’ from a top Heavyweight World Contender.
As an amateur, he was the 1989 and 1990 United States amateur Light Heavyweight 1989 heavyweight Jr. Olympic champion and the 1990 and 1991 National Golden Gloves Light Heavyweight champion, and is a member of the Golden Gloves hall of fame. He was a bronze medalist in the 1990 Goodwill Games in the 81 kg division.
1990 Blue and Gold Nat. Champion 178 lbs. 1990 USA Nat. 81kg. Champion 1991 USA Nat. 81kg. Champion 1989 the world record fastest knockout 8 seconds California state record fastest Knock out 10
His record was 168-4. He dropped decisions to Montell Griffin in the Olympic qualifiers 1992.
Jeremy Williams is known in the boxing world as one of the most feared knockout artists in the Heavyweight Division of his time, with two of his 35 knockouts coming before 30 seconds of the first round—he KO‘d Arthur Weathers in 8 seconds on March 19, 1996 (the fastest KO in California boxing history) and KO’d Louis Monaco 28 seconds into their second meeting on March 17, 2002 (Williams had knocked Monaco out in 3 rounds 6 years earlier). Williams won the WBC Continental Americas Heavyweight Title twice.