Ronald Lamont "Winky" Wright is a former American boxer with a net worth of eight million. He came into this world on November twenty six, 1971 in Washington DC. Ronald turned professional in 1990 after accumulating a record of 65 7 in the amateur career of his. He received the nickname "Winky" of his from the grandmother of his as he was a half year aged and it's stuck with him ever since. He's been hailed as the light middleweight Champion after battling many world champions as Felix Trinidad, Bernard Hopkins, Ike Quartey, Shane Mosley, Jermain Taylor, Paul Williams and Fernando Vargas. The first big battle of his was with Darryl Lattimore in Luxembourg on January 1993. He knocked down Lattimore three times, after that the fight was stopped. Likewise, he successfully fought in the European tour of his and also won 8 straight in Monte Carlo, France and Germany, he just fought once in the USA. The first title fight of his was from Julio Cesar Vasquez, a WBA light middleweight champion in France. Regrettably, he controversially lost the bout on a knock down on an one point margin. In February 1995 he defeated Tony Marshall and proceeded to win the NABF light middleweight title. All those against Bronco McKart, Bernard Hopkins, Felix Trinidad and Shane Mosley is included by the other notable fights of his. From his long winding career he's had fifty one wins, twenty five knockouts and 6 losses. Wright announced the retirement of his from boxing on June four, 2012, after losing to Peter Quilin.
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