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The Biofile Get 2 Know Malik Scott

Posted on 10/12/2010

Status: Undefeated heavyweight contender. Record is 32-0 (11 KO’s).

Ht: 6-4 Wt: 250

DOB: October 16, 1980 In: Philadelphia, PA

First Boxing Memory: David Reid knocking the Cuban out to win the gold in the 1996 Olympics.

Boxing Inspiration: Lennox Lewis…anything a heayweight can do in this sport, he did it.

Nickname: King.

Last Book Read: Art of Seduction.

First Job: Never had one.

Current Car: Chevy Avalanche.

Favorite Ice Cream Flavor: Chocolate or butter pecan.

Pre-Fight Feeling: Anxious, victory is the only option.

Greatest Career Moment: My first time fighting professionally on TV and getting my guy out in 1st round (KO 1
Britton Thomas in 2002 in Atlantic City).

Most Painful Moment: Rupturing my left bicep.

Funny Boxing Memory: Getting chased by a deer in the Poconos during my early morning run. Deers supposed to run the opposite direction of humans usually..but not on this morning [smiles].

Embarrassing Boxing Memory: “Drinking cold pear juice before my 15th pro fight not knowing it could be used for a form of laxative. So about time I got stretched out by my coach and headed out to fight after the third round…well let’s just say I used the bathroom in a public place [laughs]. Not to mention I wore all white trunks for the first time so you can imagine the rest.

Toughest Opponent: Louis Monaco (2001). I beat him by split decision and told my promoter I wanted to fight him again and the next time I beat him unanimously (2004). But it was early in my career, I had about seven fights and he was very awkardly tough for me.

Toughest Part Of Boxing: Getting meaningful fights, the politics.

Strangest Fight/Opponent: Don’t know about that one, all of my fights and opponents were pretty normal.

Funniest Boxers Encountered: Can’t remember.

Best Performance: When I fought Terry McGroom (2003). James Toney went eight rounds with him my homie Dominic Guinn went I think six rounds with him, and I got him out in two with a sharp right uppercut. I really felt great that night.

People Qualities Most Admired: Humor and integrity are qualities I admire the most in people.

Favorite Boxers To Watch: Lennox Lewis, Ricardo Williams Jr. Up and coming – Raheem Gonzalez. James Douglas – when he beat Tyson. Zahir Raheem and David Reid.

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