An American amateur boxer and currently a professional boxer in the Middleweight division. He signed a professional managerial contract this with Al Haymon to launch his pro career, whose stable of fighters includes Floyd Mayweather Jr., Jermain Taylor and Paul Williams.
A southpaw with a 93-8 amateur record, Pearson was the 2011 U.S. National Champion, 2009 Police Athletic League national champion and now has beaten four former Olympians, including Brazil’s Yamaguichi Florentino, a veteran of 151 fights, and Bakhyt Sarsekbayev of Kazakhstan, the 2008 Beijing Games welterweight gold medalist — both of whom he conquered in Los Angeles. Pearson spent two and a half months in Los Angeles fighting for the L.A. Matadors, a team of select amateurs who competed in the newly-formed World Series of Boxing.
Real name Chris Pearson Nickname Sweet Rated at Middleweight Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) Nationality American Born November 12, 1990 (age 23) Dayton, Ohio, USA Stance Southpaw BOXING RECORD Total fights 12 Wins 12 Wins by KO 9 Losses 0 Draws 0