Michael Nunn vs. Randall Yonker

By Boxing News on November 28, 2020
Michael Nunn vs. Randall Yonker
Michael Nunn was attempting to rebound from his loss to James Toney six months earlier.

On November 29th, 1991 at the Mirage Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, former IBF middleweight champion champion Michael Nunn, from Davenport, Iowa, was attempting to rebound from his loss to James Toney six months earlier. Nunn was fighting NABF super middleweight champion Randall Yonker, from Concord, California. Nunn was 35-1 going in, Yonker was 23-1, and the fight was scheduled for 12 rounds…

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  1. Lucas McCain 07:51am, 11/29/2018

    Michael Nunn squandered a lot of talent.  But also almost set a foul record here—two seconds to throw three rabbit punches while his opponent was on one knee.  Pretty ugly for an elegant fighter.

  2. Audrey Brown 03:06pm, 08/27/2017

    Randall was a good friend of mine from the mid to late 90’s. I loved watching his boxing tapes with him. I’m not sure what happened to him, but he was a great guy and Southern gentleman.