Quinton “Quick Draw” Randall, 30, of Houston, Texas, United States is still undefeated. He recently earned his eighth win as a professional boxer.
On April 17, 2021, Randall fought William “Action” Jackson, 32, of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. They battled it out in the welterweight division.
The welterweight match was one of the five undercard matches in the Triller Fight Club event headlined by Ben “Funky” Askren, 36, of Hartland, Wisconsin, USA and Jake ‘The Problem Child” Paul, 24, of Calabasas, California, USA, which aired on FITE. After eight rounds, the referee raised the hand of Randall, declaring the Houston native as the winner via unanimous decision.
While Randall now holds a professional boxing record of 8 wins and 0 loss, Jackson now has 13 wins, 3 losses and 2 draws. The latter has been competing professional since 2008.
Before becoming an undefeated boxer, Randall fought several challenges in his life. He was convicted of burglary and was sentenced to three years in a maximum-security penitentiary in Texas in 2008, the same year his son Quenell Randall was born.
While in prison, Randall ordered a two-year subscription of The Ring Magazine and thought about what he could do to make his son proud. Upon his release from prison in 2011, he started training at a boxing gym.
In 2014, Randall and his girlfriend were expecting a daughter. However, the baby died at birth.
An alumnus of Langham Creek High School in Houston, Randall did well as an amateur boxer, winning several matches in the 152 lbs division. He was first place in the U.S. National Championships in 2016 and second place in 2017 and was a silver medalist in the 2017 Pan American Championships and a quarterfinalist in both the 2017 World Championships and the 2018 U.S. National Championships.
Randall won his first national championship on December 10, 2016. On January 10, 2017, his son Quenell died from injuries he suffered in a car accident.
“I chose to fight,” Randall Ring TV. When he made his professional boxing debut in 2019, he defeated five opponents in just one year, knocking out Jamison “All Business” Brown, 31, of Austin, Texas and Argenor Cuero, 31, of Colombia and defeating Ariel “La Guerra” Vasquez, 34, of Nicaragua, Clay Collard, 28, of Burley, Idaho, USA, Kewone Hill, 27, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Marquis Hawthorne, 29, of Waco, Texas via unanimous decision.
On October 17, 2020, Randall earned his seventh professional boxing win. He defeated Jan Carlos Rivera, 27, of Puerto Rico via unanimous decision.