Former WBC/WBO Middleweight Champion   Monday, June 24th 2024
Gerald McClellan
The Gerald "G-Man" McClellan Biography
by Jake Donovan

After enjoying a stellar amateur career, which included a resounding win over Roy Jones, Jr. en route to second place in the 1988 National Golden Gloves competition, Gerald turned pro in the same year. His debut took place in Milwaukee, which became the start of a recurring theme in his career -- a win by first round knockout, this over Roy Hundley. In fact, Gerald won the first four fights of his professional career without ever having to see the second round.

After scoring ten straight knockouts to start his career, Gerald ran into a
slight bump in the road, dropping a pair of decisions in Atlantic City, NJ in
mid 1989. Even in losing, the awesome power that Gerald possessed throughout his career was still on display, having dropped Ralph Ward in the second round before losing for the second time inside of....(More)

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McClellan Limited Edition Art Print now available!

April, 2003 - Beginning this month, Boxing fans are now able to purchase a limited edition art print that immortalizes fallen champ Gerald McClellan. The print, painted by Hall of Fame artist Richard T. Slone, measures 16 inches by 20 inches (approx. 50.8cm x 40.6cm) and is available in a limited quantity of only 500 worldwide.

Click HERE for more info!

The McClellan Family, 2003

Thanks to the kindness and generosity of Jeff Linenfelser, Gerald is having some much needed repairs done on his home!

Jeff, an amatuer boxing promoter and handyman extraordinaire, along with various businesses in the Freeport area, have donated their time and materials to do some long overdue and much needed work to Gerald's home after reading an article at Kronkgym.com that mentioned Gerald's need for a new bathroom.

Gerald McClellan Lithograph

The McClellan Family would like to extend their appreciation and gratitude to everyone in the boxing community who turned out to support Gerald McClellan and Greg Page at the fundraiser held in their honor on February 22, 2003.

Several items were auctioned off at the event and a total of $75,000 was raised, thanks to the generosity of fans and supporters in every walk of life throughout the world.

Jeff and his partners have not only begun working on the champ's bathroom, they've installed a new sub-floor, ceramic tile floor and cupboards in the kitchen! In addition, they've repaired extensive water and mold damage throughout Gerald's home that insurance didn't cover and he was unable to pay for himself due to the tremendous costs involved in his daily care.

Because of his selflessness, Jeff will have saved Gerald nearly $20,000!

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Gerald "G-Man" McClellan
Still where he was eight years ago.
Only, boxing must've forgot.

By Jake Donovan

I remember sitting in the Rainbow Room at NBC on February 25, 2003 as Main Events was holding a press conference to announce that Boxing will be returning to the network for the first time in over a decade. During the entire press conference, I could barely focus, as it disturbed me as to why I felt like this day was important for reasons other than free boxing.

Then it hit me. Perhaps not as hard as what eventually...(More)

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