21 Facts About Dominic Breazeale


Dominic Angelo Breazeale was born on August 24,1985 and is an American professional boxer.


Dominic Breazeale has challenged twice for heavyweight world titles; the IBF title in 2016 and the WBC title in 2019.


Dominic Breazeale started playing football and was quarterback on the football team at Mt.


Dominic Breazeale made his professional debut on November 9,2012 against Curtis Lee Tate.


Dominic Breazeale fought again later that month, knocking out Mike Bissett in the second round.


Dominic Breazeale went on to have multiple knock out wins in 2013.


Dominic Breazeale went on to get two more knock out wins against Jon Hill and Keith Barr towards the end of 2013.


Dominic Breazeale's first fight of 2014 was against Homero Fonseca, Dominic Breazeale won the fight after Homero was retired on his stool after the 3rd round.


Dominic Breazeale's next fight was against Nagy Aguilera, he won the fight by unanimous decision.


Dominic Breazeale went on to have three more knock out wins towards the end of 2014.


Dominic Breazeale's first fight of 2015 was against Victor Bisbal, which he won by knock out in the 4th round.


Dominic Breazeale then went on to knock out Yasmany Consuegra in the third round.


On September 26,2015, Dominic Breazeale won a controversial and disputed points decision over Cameroonian fighter Fred Kassi.


Dominic Breazeale was scheduled to face fellow contender Charles Martin on a PBC card in San Antonio Texas but Martin withdrew in pursuit of an IBF title bout.


On January 26,2016, Dominic Breazeale was involved in a tough bout against fellow American Amir Mansour, during which Dominic Breazeale was floored in the third round before coming back to win after Mansour suffered a severe laceration in his mouth after biting through his tongue and was forced to quit on his stool at the end of the fifth round.


Dominic Breazeale had little success and the fight was eventually stopped in the seventh round after Dominic Breazeale was knocked down for the second time.


On February 25,2017, Dominic Breazeale fought undefeated heavyweight prospect Izu Ugonoh as a replacement over Artur Szpilka.


Dominic Breazeale eventually came out on top after he knocked Ugonoh through the ropes in the 5th round.


On November 4,2017, Dominic Breazeale fought former world title challenger Eric Molina, on the undercard of the Deontay Wilder vs Bermane Stiverne rematch.


Dominic Breazeale won the fight after Molina did not come out from his corner after the 8th round.


On May 18,2019, Dominic Breazeale faced WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder and was knocked out in the first round.