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Akron’s former world heavyweight boxing champion Michael Dokes dies of cancer

By Jim Carney
Beacon Journal staff writer

Much as he battled in the boxing ring, former world heavyweight boxing champion and Akron native Michael “Dynamite” Dokes fought cancer until the end.
And a few weeks before his death late Saturday night, Mr. Dokes gave encouragement to an up-and-coming young Akron boxer, just as others had done for him when he was dreaming of being a boxing champ.
Mr. Dokes, who turned 54 on Friday, died of liver cancer at the Hospice of Visiting Nurse Service Justin T. Rogers Care Center in Copley Township.
He became the World Boxing Association heavyweightchampion by defeating Michael Weaver in 1982. He lost the title to Gerrie Coetzee at the Richfield Coliseum in September 1983.
Mr. Dokes became the Amateur Athletic Union Heavyweight champion in 1975 and the National Golden Gloves champion in 1976.
Mr. Dokes, a graduate of Akron South High School, got national attention in the late 1970s when he took part in an exhibition with Muhammad Ali.
Along with the glory, Mr. Dokes also had difficult days in his life.
In 1986, he was arrested in Las Vegas for cocaine trafficking and he served two years’ probation.
In 2000, Mr. Dokes was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty in 1999 to attempted murder, second-degree kidnapping and intent to commit sexual assault in a 1998 incident involving his girlfriend. He was paroled in 2008.
According to the website, Mr. Dokes had a final record of 53 wins, six losses and two draws in his career.
He came back to live in Akron a few years ago after he was paroled.
Brother Kevin Dokes, 51, of Dayton, said Mr. Dokes was forever loyal to his family and friends.
As a boxer, Mr. Dokes battled cancer with great strength until the end, his brother said.
“He was a great brother,” he said. “He was a leader and he taught us a lot.”
His father, Gordon Dokes, who died last year, was also a boxer, Kevin Dokes said. Their mother, Sopora Dokes, who died in 2000, encouraged her son to get into boxing.
Kevin Dokes, who traveled with his brother during his career, said he was doing some “street fighting” as a youngster and his mother pushed him to channel that energy into the boxing ring.
“She was his inspiration,” he said.
He said their sister,Alisa Dokes Williams, cared for their brother at her Akron home the last few years.
“It was a great ride,” he said of his brother’s life.
The boxer’s longtime friend, Russell Dossie, said he was saddened by the loss of Mr. Dokes.
Dossie, a one-time sparring partner and former vice president of the Summit County Hall of Fame Boxing Association, said that Mr. Dokes could have been “one of the greatest heavyweight champions of all time because of his speed and endurance.”
As a boxer, Mr. Dokes “was able to take a punch. He was big and fast. He could have been the next Muhammad Ali,” Dossie said.
Just three weeks ago, Dossie said, he took Kenmore High School boxer DeMarcus Minter, 16, to visit Mr. Dokes at his sister’s home in Akron. DeMarcus won the heavyweight Junior Olympic title June 22 in Mobile, Ala.
The ailing one-time world champion took time to talk to the young boxer.
“He congratulated him and told him to listen and be smart,” Dossie said.
Mr. Dokes told DeMarcus “it takes hard work” to be a winning boxer.
Dossie said DeMarcus responded, “Yes, sir.”
Dossie remembers the night that Mr. Dokes beat Weaver for the championship.
He was ringside and just turned his head to make a bet with someone from Weaver’s family when the crowd roared.
In the second he turned his head, he missed the referee signal that the fight was over and Mr. Dokes had won.
“He was a good friend,” Dossie said of Mr. Dokes.
Sonny Oliver of Akron met Mr. Dokes in 1971, when the young boxer was just 13. “You could see potential in him,” he said.
Oliver, the former Lightweight Champion of Akron who entered the local boxing hall of fame with Mr. Dokes two years ago, followed Dokes’ career and worked with him from 1980 to 1983.
“His hand speed was phenomenal,” Oliver said. “That was a plain gift of God.”
Oliver was a Dokes trainer who was in the corner with him when he boxed, and ran with him every morning as he was training.
“He was my hero,” Oliver said. “I loved him. He was my brother, my friend, and my buddy. I loved him dearly, unconditionally.”
In a 2010 Beacon Journal article before his induction in the local boxing hall of fame, Mr. Dokes said his biggest focus then was “trying to eradicate the cancer that I have.”
The Rhoden Memorial Home in Akron is handling arrangements.
Jim Carney can be reached at 330-996-3576 or at


Heavyweight fighter Michael Dokes: Obituary

Michael Dokes always packed a punch. Nicknamed "Dynamite," the heavyweight fighter came out of Akron in the 1970s and made an immediate name for himself in the boxing ring.

He also set off on a life of excess when it came to drugs, alcohol and women.

Dokes, who turned 54 on Friday died in Akron on Saturday night after battling liver cancer for several years.

"It's hard to know what to say," said longtime friend Stanley Jackson of Cleveland. "I met him when he first turned pro. He was like a young son to me. I just know I loved him."

With his fast and powerful fists, Dokes was on the national boxing stage at age 15 when he made it to the finals of the national Golden Gloves tournament. He won the national AAU heavyweight championship in 1975 and the Golden Gloves title the following year.

"I remember some classic Golden Glove bouts between Michael and Cleveland's Freddie Bambino," said Clytee Dunn, veteran amateur official with USA Boxing's Lake Erie Association. "They were something."

Dokes turned professional and stopped Al Byrd in his first bout on Oct. 15, 1976 in Hollywood, Fla.

He was 25-0-1, with 14 knockouts, when he won the World Boxing Association heavyweight title with a first-round technical knockout of Mike Weaver at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nev., on Dec. 10, 1982. In a rematch five months later, the bout was judged a majority draw and Dokes retained the title.

However, Dokes disappointed his hometown fans when he lost the title to Gerrie Coetzee on a 10th-round stoppage at The Coliseum in Richfield on Sept. 23, 1983.

Dokes admitted his drug use cost him the title. In an article in Sports Illustrated years later, Dokes said he trained for the fight "on cocaine and Jack Daniels."

"That fight should never have happened," Dokes told the Akron Beacon Journal in August 2010. "It's a fight I didn't live up to. I should never have brought it home."

Promoter Don King put on that fight in Richfield.

"Michael was a great fighter," said King. "He fought the good fight. It's unfortunate."

While Dokes remained a contender, he was unable to regain the championship. He lost pivotal bouts to Evander Holyfield in March 1989 and to Donovan Ruddock in April 1990.

In that latter bout, he was knocked unconscious for several minutes in the fourth round at Madison Square Garden. It was felt by some that Dokes' career should have been put to rest at that point.

He was given one more opportunity to reach the top. But that ended just as badly, with the fighter already showing the signs of decline both in and out of the ring.

Before his 1993 Madison Square Garden title bout against champion Riddick Bowe, Dokes enjoyed the New York limelight as he dined with followers and reporters. Weighing 244 pounds, Dokes did not back off from a plate of pasta as it would not hamper his training for the big fight.

"The past is history, the future isn't here yet, and the present is linguine and clam sauce," he told The Plain Dealer.

Dokes was stopped in the first round by Bowe. He earned $750,000.

He fought five more times after that, losing his final two bouts. He was stopped in the second round by Paul Phillips in his final bout on Oct. 11, 1997 in Erlanger, Ky., to finish with a career record of 53-6, with 34 knockouts.

In 1998, Dokes was arrested in Nevada on charges that he assaulted his girlfriend and sentenced to 10 years in prison. He had pleaded guilty to attempted murder, second-degree kidnapping and intent to commit sexual assault.

He was paroled in 2008.

He lived in Las Vegas before returning to Akron to live with relatives in 2010.

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Heavyweight boxer John Gardner of England begins to fall to the canvas following knockout punch by Michael Dokes of Akron, Ohio, in the fourth round of their scheduled 15-round bout at Detroit's Joe Louis Arena, June 12, 1981. Dokes died Saturday night.


Michael "Dynamite" Dokes, troubled former heavyweight king, dies at age 54

By: Michael Marley

Former world heavyweight champion Michael "Dynamite" Dokes, blessed by natural boxing talent but cursed by a wicked addiction to cocaine, died early Sunday morning at his family home in Akron, Ohio.

The ex-WBA champ, who served almost 10 years in a Nevada prison for a horrendous assault on a woman he lived with, was born on Aug. 10, 1958, and died on August 12 at the age of 54. Dokes was battered in recent months by liver cancer.

Dokes' death was confirmed to me by his lifelong pal and cornerman/adviser Sterling "Mac" McPherson.

A 6-3 gazelle who possessed a 78-inch reach and had delicious footwork, Dokes was more than a slick boxer. He also had a powerful punch and boxing legend Evander Holyfield recently described Dokes as having the swiftest fists he ever faced.

Dokes accomplished more as a gifted amateur than most boxers do in their combined amateur and professional careers.

His overall pro record was 53-6-2 with 34 KOs. Before turning pro, he served notice of his immense ability by going to the finals of the National AAU Tournament at age 15 before losing to future heavyweight champ and Muhammad Ali conqueror Leon Spinks.

He defeated top amateur Marvin Stinson and also lost close decisions to Cuba's Olympic hero Teofilo Stevenson and future heavyweight king Big John Tate. In the 1976 National Golden Gloves competition, Dokes beat both Tate and another future heavyweight champion, Greg Page.

In the pro ranks, Dokes outpointed slickster Jimmy Young and then took the WBA belt by stopping Mike "Hercules" Weaver.

Dokes was relieved of the crown when ponderous South African puncher Gerrie Coetzee knocked him out.

In a great 1989, Dokes gave Holyfield a real test before McPherson and referee Richard Steele combined to stop it. After a 1993 Madison Square Garden loss to Razor Ruddock, Dokes' career and personal life turned into chaos.

As a young world champ, Dokes was mentioned as one of the world's best. Though he and fellow champ Larry Holmes were both promoted by Don King, the promoter never sought to match the two men.

A real look at Dokes' career becomes an examination of "what might have been" had he not gone off the deep end with the drug abuse which led to his battering of companion Sandra Cummings and a long prison stint.

A Las Vegas police officer said Dokes assaulted Cummings so badly that it was not possible to recognize her face from her driver's license photo.

This was the same Dokes who presented himself as a gallant gentleman and tossed red roses to female fans upon entering the ring


Mike Dokes In 2010


Ten-Count for Michael Dokes

By Robert Ecksel

Ten-Count for Michael Dokes

At 6-3 and 238 pounds, he had all the physical gifts God could bestow upon a fighter.

We knew it was coming, but bad news is bad news whenever it arrives.

Former heavyweight champion Michael Dokes died earlier today after a long battle with liver and stomach cancer. He was only 54.

Fast, hard punching, and seemingly born to fight, Dokes first hit the scene as an amateur standout. He won the North American championships in 1974. At the age of 15, although too young to legally compete, he lost the National AAU finals to future heavyweight champion Leon Spinks and National Golden Gloves finals to Bobby Stewart, who would later discover a rambunctious 12-year-old juvenile delinquent named Mike Tyson at the Tryon School for Boys.

Dokes made his national TV debut on ABC’s Wide World of Sports when he appeared in the 1975 Pan American Games. He lost his bout to the legendary three-time Olympic gold medalist Teofilo Stevenson by a single point, by a score of 3-2.

“Dynamite” Dokes turned professional on Nov. 15, 1976 in Hollywood, Florida with a second round stoppage of Al Byrd and went on a six-year, 25-fight undefeated streak.

On Dec. 10, 1982, Dokes met WBA heavyweight champion Mike Weaver, who had won the title by KO’ing John Tate a year and a half earlier. Dokes destroyed Weaver by stopping him in the first round.

Dokes victory was well deserved but short-lived. He held the title for a little less than a year before losing it to Gerrie Coetzee.

Dokes resumed his winning ways and went unbeaten during the next five years, but out of the ring problems had begun to affect his training and performances in the ring. He lost to Evander Holyfield in 1989, Razor Ruddock in 1990, and Riddick Bowe in 1993.

When Michael Dokes retired in 1997, after two losses to men who weren’t fit to shine his shoes, his record was 53-6-2 record with 34 KOs.

In 1999, Dokes was sentenced to 4-15 years in a Nevada prison for assaulting a woman. He served a decade behind bars.

At 6-3 and 238 pounds, Dokes had all the physical gifts God could bestow upon a fighter. He achieved great things in his career. Had cocaine not derailed him, the sky might have been the limit.

RIP champ. You will be missed.

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