won 66 (KO 14) + lost
276 (KO 25) + drawn 17 =
363 rounds boxed 2031
– lost 276 professional fights
– 363 fights
– twice fought 9 times in 1 month (October 1993 and April 1994)
– sometimes 3 fights in 4 days
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.