Shakur Stevenson

Shakur Stevenson's 2014 AIBA Youth World Championship and 2014 Summer Youth Olympics triumphs

Youth Triumph

2016 Olympic Journey

Stevenson's featherweight silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro qualified him for the U.S. boxing squad.

 World Boxing Series

Stevenson's 2-0 World Series of Boxing record showed his early skill.

 Pro Debut Success

Stevenson joined Top Rank in 2017 and defeated Edgar Brito in his first bout.

MSG debut

In his Madison Square Garden debut, Stevenson defeated Carlos Suarez on the undercard of Terence Crawford vs. Félix Díaz.

Fight with Joet Gonzalez

tStevenson defeated Joet Gonzalez for the vacant WBO featherweight belt after a protracted rivalry.

Two-Division World Champion

Stevenson moved to super featherweight, capturing the WBO interim junior lightweight championship and subsequent two-division world title

Triumph of Unification

Stevenson defeated Óscar Valdez to unify the WBC and The Ring super featherweight belts, paving the way for future battles at higher weights