- lost 276 professional fights
- 363 fights
- twice fought 9 times in 1 month (October 1993 and April 1994)
- sometimes 3 fights in 4 days
(born September 9, 1968 in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States)
At the age of 19, he began his professional career in 1987 and retired in 2005.
He fought under several aliases, including Reggie Buse and Reggie Raglin.
His half-brother Jerry Strickland, with over 100 losses (13-122) in his career, is one of the worst losers in boxing history.
His usual match paydays is ranging from $500 to $2,000.
Boxing's Most Illustrious Tomato Cans Family
The Ohio's Strickland Boxing Dynasty
Jerry Stickland, 13-122 with 78 KO losses at light welterweight?
Ed Strickland, 0-30 with 30 KO losses. Talk about perfection! I've got a perfect losing record for u. Look at the guys who he's fought and got knocked out by a 54 year old Ron Lyle! Related to the other jobbers on this list.
Reggie Stickland, the talented one of the family - 66-276 (25 KO losses) Has more losses than any boxer in history.