Orlin Norris

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Orlin Norris
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Real nameOrlin Levance Norris
Nickname(s)Night Train / The Juice
Weight(s) Cruiserweight Heavyweight
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Reach70 in (178 cm)
Nationality American
Born (1965-10-04) October 4, 1965 (age 55)
Lubbock, Texas
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights70
Wins57
Wins by KO30
Losses10
Draws1
No contests2

Orlin Levance Norris (born October 4, 1965 in Lubbock, Texas) [1] is an American boxer who held the WBA cruiserweight title and fought in several noteworthy boxing matches in the 1980s and 1990s. He is the brother of retired former champion Terry Norris.

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As an amateur, he won the National Golden Gloves title.

Norris turned pro in 1986 as a heavyweight and became a highly ranked and much avoided contender.

Heavyweight contender

In 1988 he won the NABF heavyweight title with a decision over the towering Larry Alexander, and followed it up with more easy points wins over respected challengers Renaldo Snipes, Jesse Ferguson, and ex-world champion Greg Page (boxer).

Page had been considered as an opponent for Evander Holyfield; however, after defeating Page, the shot was not offered to Norris. In 1990 he was outboxed by crafty ex-world champion Tony Tubbs (a decision later changed to a no-decision after Tubbs tested positive for an illegal substance), and followed up that momentum killer with a further loss, an 8th-round TKO to hard hitting Bert Cooper, where Norris was decked in the 8th round and twisted his knee, unable to continue.

In 1990 Norris regained some ground by beating future world champion Oliver McCall by split decision, and in 1991 regained his NABF title with a first-round knockout of Lionel Washington. He defended the title against ex-world champion Tony Tucker; however, he lost on a controversial split decision, after it appeared Norris had outboxed his giant opponent rather easily.

Cruiserweight World Champion

After the Tucker performance, Norris struggled to find contenders who would risk fighting him, and was forced to move down a division, into the cruiserweights. Having won the USBA belt in that division, in 1993 Norris beat Marcelo Victor Figueroa to capture the vacant WBA cruiserweight title and went on to successfully defend the title five times, including two wins over Arthur Williams and a victory over Adolpho Washington (two future world champs). Norris also retained his WBA Cruiserweight title in Mexico with a crushing win over fellow American James Heath.

In 1995 the weight draining caught up with Norris, as a very sluggish, strange performance saw him lose his belt to Nate Miller via 8th-round KO in London, England. Norris was hospitalised after the fight although he checked himself out the following morning.

Return to heavyweight

In 1996 he moved back up to heavyweight and scored a revenge win over an aging Tony Tucker; however, a long legal battle with Don King saw him lose his WBA mandatory #1 challenger status and instead of a challenge to King-promoted champion Evander Holyfield, Norris was forced to fight 6'7" King-managed heavyweight Henry Akinwande in an eliminator. Akinwande stayed at long range and scraped a decision over Norris. Once again a heavyweight title fight escaped Norris.

In 1999 he travelled to the UK and demolished colourful prospect Pele Reid in one round, but Herbie Hide pulled out of a WBO title fight with Norris at the last minute.

Norris fought Mike Tyson in 1999. After the first round ended, Tyson knocked Norris down with a left hook and Norris injured his knee when he went down. Norris said he was unable to continue the fight and the bout was ruled a no contest. After the fight, Norris received an MRI scan at the Valley Hospital Medical Center and was diagnosed with a dislocated kneecap. Nevada State Athletic Commission physician Dr. Flip Homansky confirmed that the scan "clearly shows the path his kneecap took" as he fell and then got back up, popping it back into place. Tyson accused Norris of throwing the match. [2] Norris was an aging fighter by the time he came back in 2000, outscored by Andrew Golota, and in 2001 making little effort and collapsing in sixty seconds against Vitali Klitschko in Germany, and losing a 12-round decision to Brian Nielsen in Denmark for the IBO title.

In 2005, he scored a draw with former champion Vassiliy Jirov, injecting some life back into his career.

Professional boxing record [3]

Professional record summary
70 fights57 wins10 losses
By knockout304
By decision276
Draws1
No contests2
ResultRecordOpponentTypeRoundsDateLocationNotes
Loss57-10-1
(2)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Ola Afolabi TKO7 (8)03/11/2005 Flag of California.svg 4th and B, San Diego, United States
Draw57-9-1
(2)
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg Vassiliy Jirov MD821/07/2005 Flag of California.svg Palace Indian Gaming Center, Lemoore, California, United States
Loss57–9
(2)
Flag of Poland.svg Albert Sosnowski MD828/05/2005 Flag of California.svg Staples Center, Los Angeles, United States
Win57–8
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Ken MurphyTKO6 (8)01/10/2004 Flag of California.svg Spotlight 29 Casino, Coachella, California, United States
Win56–8
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Mike PeakUD819/06/2004 Flag of California.svg Home Depot Center, Carson, California, United StatesPeak took a standing 8 count in the 7th.
Win55–8
(2)
Flag of Brazil.svg Roberto CoelhoUD813/05/2004 Flag of California.svg San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, United States
Win54–8
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Troy WeidaTKO3 (10)13/06/2003 Flag of Oregon.svg Chinook Winds Casino, Lincoln City, Oregon, United States
Win53–8
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Harry FunmakerTKO5 (10)15/03/2003 Flag of Wisconsin.svg Ho-Chunk Casino, Baraboo, Wisconsin, United States
Loss52–8
(2)
Flag of Denmark.svg Brian Nielsen UD1216/06/2001 Flag of Denmark.svg Brøndby hallen, Copenhagen, DenmarkFor IBC Heavyweight title.
Win52–7
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Brian YatesUD824/04/2001 Flag of Indiana.svg Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, United States
Loss51–7
(2)
Flag of Ukraine.svg Vitali Klitschko KO1 (12)27/01/2001 Flag of Bavaria (lozengy).svg Rudi Sedlmayer Halle, Munich, GermanyFor vacant WBA Inter-Continental Heavyweight title.
Win51–6
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Bradley RoneUD1002/11/2000 Flag of Idaho.svg Coeur d'Alene Casino, Worley, Idaho, United States
Loss50–6
(2)
Flag of Poland.svg Andrew Golota UD1016/06/2000 Flag of Nevada.svg Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
NC50–5
(2)
Flag of the United States.svg Mike Tyson NC1 (10)23/10/1999 Flag of Nevada.svg MGM Grand, Las Vegas, United StatesNorris was hit and knocked down after the bell, injuring his knee in the fall, resulting in NC.
Win50–5
(1)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Pele Reid KO1 (8)26/06/1999 Flag of England.svg New London Arena, Millwall, London, England, United Kingdom
Win49–5
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Nate Miller UD1206/08/1998 Flag of Louisiana.svg Grand Casino Avoyelles, Marksville, Louisiana, United StatesRetained IBA Super Cruiserweight title.
Win48–5
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Adolpho Washington UD1222/05/1998 Flag of Michigan.svg Monroe, Michigan, United StatesWon vacant IBA Super Cruiserweight title.
Loss47–5
(1)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Henry Akinwande UD1213/12/1997 Flag of Florida.svg Amphitheater, Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
Win47–4
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Marion Wilson SD1014/11/1996 Flag of Maryland.svg Michael's Eighth Avenue, Glen Burnie, Maryland, United States
Win46–4
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Jeff PeguesKO1 (?)12/10/1996 Flag of Lombardy.svg Forum di Assago, Milan, Italy
Win45–4
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Tony Tucker SD1024/02/1996 Flag of Virginia.svg Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, Virginia, United States
Win44–4
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Cleveland WoodsRTD6 (10)10/02/1996 Flag of Nevada.svg MGM Grand, Las Vegas, United States
Loss43–4
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Nate Miller KO8 (12)22/07/1995 Flag of England.svg New London Arena, Millwall, London, England, United KingdomLost WBA World Cruiserweight title.
Win43–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Adolpho Washington UD1217/03/1995 Flag of Massachusetts.svg Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, Massachusetts, United StatesRetained WBA World Cruiserweight title.
Win42–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg James Heath KO2 (12)12/11/1994 Flag of Mexico.svg Plaza Mexico, Mexico City, MexicoRetained WBA World Cruiserweight title.
Win41–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Arthur Williams TKO3 (12)02/07/1994 Flag of Nevada.svg Mirage Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, United StatesRetained WBA World Cruiserweight title.
Win40–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Arthur Williams SD1204/03/1994 Flag of Nevada.svg MGM Grand, Las Vegas, United StatesRetained WBA World Cruiserweight title.
Win39–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Art Jimmerson TKO4 (?)09/01/1994 Flag of California.svg Del Mar, California, United States
Win38–3
(1)
Flag of Argentina.svg Marcelo Victor FigueroaTKO6 (12)06/11/1993 Flag of France.svg Cirque d'Hiver, Paris, FranceWon vacant WBA World Cruiserweight title.
Win37–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Jack BastingTKO4 (10)19/08/1993 Flag of Missouri.svg Sedalia, Missouri, United StatesThe bout was stopped due to Basting's badly swollen left eye.
Win36–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Richard MasonUD1223/04/1993 Flag of Tennessee.svg The Pyramid, Memphis, Tennessee, United StatesRetained NABF Cruiserweight title.
Win35–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Troy JeffersonTKO2 (8)06/02/1993 Flag of California.svg Sports Arena, San Diego, United States
Win34–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg David SewellTKO5 (12)25/11/1992 Flag of Nevada.svg Las Vegas, United StatesRetained NABF Cruiserweight title.
Win33–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Keith McMurrayKO2 (?)27/05/1992 Flag of California.svg San Diego, United States
Win32–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Anthony Hembrick TKO8 (12)25/03/1992 Flag of California.svg San Diego, United StatesRetained NABF Cruiserweight title. Hembrick was knocked down three times in round 8.
Win31–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg James Pritchard PTS813/12/1991 Flag of France.svg Palais Omnisports, Bercy, France
Win30–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Jesse ShelbyTD10 (12)17/08/1991 Flag of California.svg Sports Arena, San Diego, United StatesWon vacant NABF Cruiserweight title. An accidental headbutt caused a cut over the right eye of Norris. The fight went to the scorecards.
Loss29–3
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Tony Tucker SD1203/06/1991 Flag of Nevada.svg Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, United StatesLost NABF Heavyweight title.
Win29–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Lionel WashingtonTKO1 (12)30/04/1991 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United StatesWon vacant NABF Heavyweight title. Title had been vacated by Ray Mercer when he won the WBO title.
Win28–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Jamie HoweTKO7 (10)09/02/1991 Flag of New York.svg Madison Square Garden, New York, United States
Win27–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Tony WillisRTD9 (10)11/12/1990 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Win26–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Oliver McCall SD1017/11/1990 Flag of Florida.svg Lee County Civic Center, Fort Myers, Florida, United States
Win25–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Henry HearnsKO1 (?)17/11/1990 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Win24–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Greg GorrellTKO8 (10)25/09/1990 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Win23–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Danny WoffordTKO10 (10)28/08/1990 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Loss22–2
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Bert Cooper TKO8 (10)17/02/1990 Flag of Alberta.svg Northlands Coliseum, Edmonton, CanadaLost NABF Heavyweight title.
NC22–1
(1)
Flag of the United States.svg Tony Tubbs NC1221/11/1989 Flag of California.svg Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, California, United StatesRetained NABF Heavyweight title. Originally Tubbs was initially announced as the victor. ND because he tested positive for an illegal substance.
Win22–1 Flag of the United States.svg Dee CollierUD1201/08/1989 Flag of Nevada.svg Showboat Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, United StatesRetained NABF Heavyweight title.
Win21–1 Flag of the United States.svg Greg Page UD1225/04/1989 Flag of Nevada.svg Showboat Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, United StatesRetained NABF Heavyweight title.
Win20–1 Flag of the United States.svg Jesse Ferguson UD1215/11/1988 Flag of California.svg San Diego, United StatesRetained NABF Heavyweight title.
Win19–1 Flag of the United States.svg Dwain BondsUD1227/07/1988 Flag of California.svg Great Western Forum, Inglewood, California, United StatesRetained NABF Heavyweight title.
Win18–1 Flag of the United States.svg Andrew StokesPTS1027/05/1988 Flag of Nevada.svg Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, United States
Win17–1 Flag of the United States.svg Renaldo Snipes UD1219/03/1988 Flag of Nevada.svg Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, United StatesRetained NABF Heavyweight title.
Win16–1 Flag of the United States.svg Woody ClarkKO1 (10)23/02/1988 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Win15–1 Flag of the United States.svg Larry AlexanderMD1225/11/1987 Flag of Nevada.svg Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, United StatesWon NABF Heavyweight title.
Win14–1 Flag of the United States.svg Billy Joe ThomasTKO3 (?)04/09/1987 Flag of Nevada.svg Bally's Las Vegas, Las Vegas, United States
Win13–1 Flag of the United States.svg John BarbierKO1 (10)13/08/1987 Flag of California.svg Forum, Inglewood, California, United StatesBarbier down twice.
Win12–1 Flag of the United States.svg Gary LightbourneUD1025/05/1987 Flag of Nevada.svg Showboat Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, United States
Win11–1 Flag of the United States.svg Eddie RichardsonKO2 (10)03/04/1987 Flag of Nevada.svg Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, United States
Win10–1 Flag of the United States.svg Avery RawlsPTS1020/03/1987 Flag of Nevada.svg Las Vegas, United States
Win9–1 Flag of the United States.svg Mike GansKO7 (10)26/02/1987 Flag of California.svg El Cortez Hotel, San Diego, United States
Win8–1 Flag of the United States.svg Rufus HadleyUD1012/02/1987 Flag of Nevada.svg Showboat Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, United States
Win7–1 Flag of the United States.svg Roger TroupeKO2 (6)05/02/1987 Flag of California.svg Raincross Square, Riverside, California, United StatesTroupe down twice.
Win6–1 Flag of the United States.svg David SmithUD421/11/1986 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Win5–1 Flag of the United States.svg Mike BardwellUD628/10/1986 Flag of California.svg Country Club, Reseda, California, United States
Win4–1 Flag of the United States.svg Ricky ReeseTKO1 (6)25/09/1986 Flag of California.svg Marriott Hotel, Irvine, California, United StatesReese apparently took a thumb in the eye and was unable to continue.
Win3–1 Flag of the United States.svg Ray MitchellUD418/09/1986 Flag of California.svg El Cortez Hotel, San Diego, United States
Loss2–1 Flag of the United States.svg Olian AlexanderPTS402/08/1986 Flag of California.svg San Diego, United States
Win2–0 Flag of the United States.svg Levi BillupsKO1 (4)25/07/1986 Flag of California.svg Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, United States
Win1–0 Flag of the United States.svg Lionel WashingtonKO3 (?)16/06/1986 Flag of California.svg Civic Auditorium, Bakersfield, California, United States

Achievements

Achievements
Preceded by
Larry Alexander
NABF Heavyweight Champion
25 November 1987 17 February 1990
Succeeded by
Bert Cooper
Preceded by
Ray Mercer
Vacated
NABF Heavyweight Champion
30 April 1991 3 June 1991
Succeeded by
Tony Tucker
Preceded by
James Warring
Vacated
NABF Cruiserweight Champion
17 August 1991 6 November 1993
Vacated
Succeeded by
Thomas Hearns
Preceded by
Bobby Czyz
Vacated
WBA Cruiserweight Champion
6 November 1993 22 July 1995
Succeeded by
Nate Miller

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