Alfonso Ratliff biography, Net worth, Age, Weight

Who is Alfonso Ratliff?

Born on February 18, 1956, Alfonso Ratliff is a retired American professional boxer in the cruiserweight division who held the Lineal and WBC cruiserweight titles. He was later coaching at the Harvey Boxing Club in Harvey IL. As an amateur, Ratliff won the Chicago Golden Gloves title in 1980 and won a decision against Mitch Green in an intercity competition.

In September 1986, Ratliff was stopped in the second round by Mike Tyson, who went on to become the youngest ever world heavyweight champion in his next fight. Ratliff retired in 1989 after a TKO loss to Lee Roy Murphy.

Alfonso Ratliff Family / Siblings / Ethnicity / Religion

He was born and raised in Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA. His family information is not available right now.

Alfonso Ratliff Girlfriend / Wife / Married / Children

His personal information is not available right now.

Alfonso Ratliff Age / Net Worth / Age

As of 2021, Alfonso is 65 years old and has a net worth of $2 million.

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Personal Information

  • Full Name: Alfonso Ratliff
  • Nick Names: Alfonso/Alonzo
  • Birthday: February 18, 1956
  • Age in 2021: 65
  • Birth Place: Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
  • School: N/A
  • College/University: N/A
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  • Profession: American boxer
  • Nationality: American
  • Ethnicity/Race: Black
  • Religion: N/A
  • Zodiac: Aquarius
  • Martial art: Boxing
  • Net Worth: $2 million
  • Total fights: 34
  • Division: Heavyweight, Cruiserweight
  • Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
  • Weight: 80
  • Feet/Shoe Size: N/A
  • Dress Size: N/A
  • Body Measurement: N/A
  • Body Type: Unkown
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Black
  • Father: N/A
  • Mother: N/A
  • Siblings: N/A
  • Wife\Spouse: N/A
  • Girlfriend/Dating/Affairs: N/A
  • Children: N/A

Trivia / Facts

  • As an amateur, Ratliff won the Chicago Golden Gloves title in 1980, and won a decision against Mitch Green in intercity competition.
  • Ratliff turned professional in 1980 and won the WBC and lineal cruiserweight titles with a decision win over Carlos De León in 1985.
  •  In September 1986, Ratliff was stopped in the second round by Mike Tyson, who went on to become the youngest ever world heavyweight champion in his next fight.
  • Ratliff retired in 1989 after a TKO loss to Lee Roy Murphy.