JD “The Natural” Chapman moves to 30-0

Unbeaten formerly world-ranked heavyweight JD “The Natural” Chapman (30-0, 26 KOs) returned with a win on Saturday night after a thirteen year layoff. Called in as a last-minute replacement, Chapman, 38, played it safe and won every round against MMA veteran Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez at the Springdale Convention Center in Springdale, Arkansas. The 294-pound Chapman took the bout on four days’ notice. His previous fight was in 2008.

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    • They are up to 5 versions of a WBA heavyweight champion now…that has got to be a record. Recess, Gold, Regular, Interim and Super.

      • Jim, I am not sure but I think that it was for the WBA Interim Cardboard title in recess.

  • well all these other comments seem t point out the excessiveness of the WBA so ill ride that wave and add ……did he win the WBA part time 10+year lay off but jump back on board because boxing is now officially a circus…title.

  • My last amateur fight was back in November of 1991. I’ll be 50 years old in July. I’m pretty sure if given the proper training and time, I could challenge JD Chapman for a version of the heavyweight title…

  • I’ve never had a pro fight, but if Logan Paul gets to fight Mayweather in an exhibition. I will fight anyone for a crack at the WBA Cardboard Belt. It has always been a dream to be a WBA champion even an ABW belt will do. If I hold it to the mirror at least it will still say WBA on it.

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