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Malik Scott

Malik Scott, an American profession boxing player, is mostly known as King or The Noble Artist. In addition to that, he holds the notable wins over a former World Heavyweight Title Challengers Tony Thompson and Alex Leapai.

During his career till now, Scott has been able to garner a huge amount of net worth which is estimated in millions. He stands very tall at a towering height of six feet and four inches, that is, 1.93 m.

Now, let’s find out some more information related to Scott’s bio that has been obtained from different sources. He is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. He came into this world on 16th October of the year 1980 which has now made him reach the age of 36.

Although he is known by the name Malik Scott, his full name is Dohonna Malik Scott. Scott started boxing when he was 11 years old and he had a stellar amateur career. In the year 1997, he became the winner of Junior Championships and the next year, he won an American Boxing Classic title as well as The U-19 Junior World Championships Crown.

In addition to that, Scott has also won National AAU Heavyweight Championship in the year 1999 beating World Champ Michael Bennett and Jason Estrada in the process.

Malik Scott has been active for years and it is sure that during this period, he has won numbers of the fans and followers in his career. Scott has also more than hundreds of the followers on Facebook and Instagram account.

He is active on the Twitter page as well and the link to the page is https://twitter.com/malikkingscott in which he got 6210 followers. Besides, more details related to his bio, ranking and next fight also can be obtained from various sites. Besides, he has got a page in various sites like Wikipedia and IMDb.

It was in 2000 when Malik Scott turned professional and he has only two defeats to his name. Malik’s wins include a former amateur star Terry McGroom, Journeymen David Bostice as well as Louis Monaco. He took a big step in early 2007 and then defeated the former contender Charles Shufford.

Scott did not fight between December of 2008 and beginning of 2012 because of his biceps injury. After getting recovered, he made his comeback in early 2012. On 12th November 2016, he fought with Cuban boxer Luis Ortiz in Monaco. Official scorecards were 120-105, 120-106- 119-106, which were all in the favor of Ortiz.

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