Badou Jack
  • Badou Jack

  • 22-3-3
  • form MD 12TKO 5MD UD 12SD 12 <
  • Stats
  • age36
  • height 6' 1" / 185cm
  • reach 72.8" / 185cm
  • stanceOrthodox (r)
  • Full record
  • wins22
  • by ko13
  • ko%59%
  • Lost3
  • Stopped1
  • Draws3
  • Debut2009
  • pro rds183
  • Ranking @ Light Heavyweight
  • The Ring6
  • WBO-
  • IBF-
  • WBC5
  • WBA12

Badou “The Ripper” Jack has always been a fighter; as one of eight children, you’d likely find him on any given day roughhousing with his siblings. Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Badou Jack is half Gambian, half Swedish, which gives him a fiery passion that you won’t see in many other boxers. Badou knew from an early age that he wanted to box, and the moment he was eligible for the amateur league at the age of 18, he signed up. Badou racked up an impressive 150-25 record while in the amateur league, earning a reputation as a fighter who can go the entire distance with his opponents and come out the victor. In 2007, Badou received the highest recognition an amateur boxer in Sweden can get, as he won the Boxer of the Year award from the Swedish Boxing Federation. He followed up this accomplishment by boxing in the 2008 Olympic Games for the country of Gambia.

In 2009, Badou Jack finally made the decision to go pro. After winning his first fight by unanimous decision, he easily won his next four fights with a combination of KOs and TKOs. A chance meeting with former heavyweight champion Shannon Briggs would lead to the opportunity of a lifetime, as Jack would earn a chance to train with Briggs in the United States. Feeling that he had gone as far as he could go in Sweden, Badou jumped at the opportunity to train with Briggs and fight the best fighters the United States could throw at him.

Badou continued his win streak in the United States, easily overcoming his next six opponents, including the previously undefeated Alexander Brand by a split decision. With an impressive 11-0 record, Badou caught the eye of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, who extended him the offer to join Mayweather Promotions. Naturally, Badou jumped at the chance to join this prestigious group. After racking up another handful of victories in the ring, Badou won the opportunity to challenge Marco Antonio Periban for the NABF super middleweight championship.

Unfortunately, this fight would end in a majority draw, which would send Badou into a bit of a downward spiral. While Badou won his next fight, the fight after against Derek Edwards would result in Jack’s first loss. Edwards not only won but won in the first round with a TKO; the astonished audience couldn’t believe the flurry of punches that Edwards was landing on Jack. Nobody expected Edwards to win, and as a result, the fight received the Upset of the Year award in 2014.

After taking a few months off to train, Badou Jack came back stronger than ever. After amassing a few more wins, Badou earned the opportunity to fight against Anthony Dirrell for the WBC Super Middleweight championship. Like Jack’s previous title fight, this one was also an upset, except this time it was in Jack’s favor. Badou exposed a major weakness in Dirrell’s inside game and took control of the fight, eventually winning by majority decision. Badou would hold the title until January 17, 2017, when he would officially vacate it to move to the light heavyweight decision, as he felt that there were no more challenges for him in his current division.

Badou Jack Profile

What is Badou Jack's Record?

Badou Jack's record currently stands at 22 wins, 3 loses and 3 draws.

Of those 22 wins, he's stopped 13 of his opponents, so his current knock-out ratio is 59%.

Of his 3 loses, he's been stopped 1 time.

He's boxed a total of 183 rounds, meaning his professional fights last 6.5 rounds on average.

What was Jack's last fight?

Badou Jack's last fight took place against Jean Pascal's on 28th Dec 2019, in Georgia, United States. He lost by split decision after 12 rounds. That fight was 8 months and 21 days ago.

Where is Badou Jack From?

Jack was born in Sweden.

How Old Is Badou Jack?

The light heavyweight is currently 36 years old. He was born on 31st October 1983, so he will turn 37 in 1 month and 13 days.

How long has Jack been fighting?

Badou Jack made his professional debut in June 2009, so he has been a pro for 11 years and 3 months.

How good is Badou Jack?

Jack is currently ranked 6th by the The Ring, 5th by the WBC and 12th by the WBA at Light Heavyweight.

How tall is Badou Jack?

Jack is 6' 1" (6 Foot and 1 inch) which is 185cm (1 meter and 85 centimetres).

What is Jack's Reach?

His reach is 72.8 inches (72.8") which is 185cm (1 meter and 85 centimetres).

What stance does Badou Jack use?

Jack fights from a traditional orthodox stance, which means he favours his right hand as his power hand when fighting.

What are some potential opponents for Badou Jack?

Some potential future fights for Jack include .

How can I stream Badou Jack's Fight?

In the US you can usually stream Badou Jack's fights via ShowTime via Hulu, ShowTime via Amazon Prime and Showtime Anytime.

What are some recent Badou Jack results?

Badou Jack has stopped 1 of his last 5 opponents.

In his last fight, he lost to Marcus Browne on 19th January 2019 by unanimous decision in their WBA Interim World Light heavyweight championship fight at MGM Grand, Las Vegas, United States.

Previous to that, he had drawn with Adonis Stevenson on 19th May 2018 by majority draw in their WBC World Light heavyweight championship fight at Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Canada.

Going into that contest, he had defeated Nathan Cleverly on 26th August 2017 by technical knockout in the 5th round in their WBA World Light Heavyweight championship fight at T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, United States.

Before that, he had drawn with James DeGale on 14th January 2017 by majority draw in their 12 round contest in their WBC World Super Middleweight and IBF World Super Middleweight championship fight at Barclays Center, New York.

He had drawn with Lucian Bute on 30th April 2016 by majority draw in their 12 round contest in their WBC World Super Middleweight championship fight at Armory, Washington.

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Badou Jack's Next Fight

  • Jack vs McKernan
  • 22-3-3 13-0-0
  • Saturday 28th November 2020

  • Est. Ringwalk : 2020-11-29T03:00:00Z

What will be Badou Jack's Next Fight?

Badou Jack is to face Blake McKernan next on Saturday 28th November 2020. The fight will take place at Dignity Health Sports Park, California, United States.

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Badou Jack's Potential Fights & Rumours

  • Ramirez vs Jack
  • 40-0-0 22-3-3
  • Potential : Late 2020
  • WBO World Super Middleweight Championship
  • Bivol vs Jack
  • 17-0-0 22-3-3
  • Potential : Late 2020
  • WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship
  • Gvozdyk vs Jack
  • 17-1-0 22-3-3
  • Potential : Late 2020
  • WBC World Light heavyweight Championship

Badou Jack's Last 5 Fights

  • Pascal vs Jack
  • 34-6-1 22-2-3
  • SD 12 SD 12
  • Saturday 28th December 2019
  • WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship
  • Browne vs Jack
  • 22-0-0 22-1-3
  • UD 12 UD 12
  • Saturday 19th January 2019
  • Vacant WBA Interim World Light heavyweight Championship
  • Stevenson vs Jack
  • 29-1-0 22-1-2
  • MD MD
  • Saturday 19th May 2018
  • WBC World Light heavyweight Championship
  • Cleverly vs Jack
  • 30-3-0 21-1-2
  • TKO 5 TKO 5
  • Saturday 26th August 2017
  • WBA World Light Heavyweight Championship
  • DeGale vs Jack
  • 23-1-0  20-1-2
  • MD 12 MD 12
  • Saturday 14th January 2017
  • Vacant WBC World Super Middleweight Championship
  • IBF World Super Middleweight Championship


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