Terrell Gausha
Terrell Gausha

Terrell Gausha

RECORD

21 - 1 - 1

KOs

10

Weight 160 lbs (72.73 kg)

Age 33

Home Encino, California,

Complete Stats

A two-time U.S. national champion and 2012 Olympian, Terrell Gausha has carried his success into the pros as an unbeaten 160-pound prospect. Read Bio

Next Fight / Sep 19, 2020


Terrell Gausha vs Erickson Lubin


Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut

Latest News

Terrell Gausha News
Jun 3, 2020 / The PBC Podcast, Andre Berto, Sergiy Derevyanchenko, Terrell Gausha

This Week on The PBC Podcast: Berto, Derevyanchenko & Gausha

The two-time world welterweight champion discusses recent current events and the changes needed while Derevyanchenko and Gausha are gunning for the top spot in their respective divisions.

Sep 23, 2019 / Lubin vs Gausha, Erickson Lubin, Terrell Gausha, Robert Easter Jr, Adrian Granados, Rau'shee Warren, Emmanuel Rodriguez

Top 154-LB contender Erickson Lubin faces U.S. Olympian Terrell Gausha Oct. 26 on Showtime

Former World Champion Robert Easter Jr. makes his Super Lightweight debut vs veteran Adrian Granados in the co-feature and former World Champions Rau'shee Warren and Emmanuel Rodriguez duel in a WBC Bantamweight Title eliminator at Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania.

PBC Boxing Video
May 26, 2019 / Trout vs Gausha, Austin Trout, Terrell Gausha, Ahmed Elbiali, Wale Omotoso

Trout-Gausha Ends in 10-Round Split Draw

Former World Super Welterweight Champion Austin Trout was fortunate to escape with a 10-round split decision draw with Terrell Gausha in their 154-pound bout Saturday night on FS1.

Fights

Terrell Gausha Fights

Win vs Joey Hernandez 27-5-1

Dec 22, 2018 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Joey Hernandez by KO in Round 1 of 10

LOSS vs Erislandy Lara 27-3-3

Oct 14, 2017 Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York

Erislandy Lara WINS against Terrell Gausha by UD in Round 12 of 12

Win vs Luis Hernandez 15-3-0

Feb 10, 2017 Huntington Center, Toledo, Ohio, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Luis Hernandez by UD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs Steven Martinez 16-2-0

Aug 27, 2016 Honda Center, Anaheim, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Steven Martinez by MD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs Orlando Lora 31-5-2

Apr 30, 2016 StubHub Center, Carson, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Orlando Lora by RTD in Round 7 of 10

Win vs Said El Harrak 12-3-2

Dec 12, 2015 AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Said El Harrak by UD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs Eliezer Gonzalez 15-1-0

Sep 26, 2015 Legacy Arena, Birmingham, Alabama, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Eliezer Gonzalez by UD in Round 8 of 8

Win vs Luis Grajeda 18-4-2

Jun 20, 2015 MGM Grand, Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Luis Grajeda by UD in Round 8 of 8

Win vs Cesar Vila 7-1-0

Dec 11, 2014 Pechanga Resort & Casino, Temecula, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Cesar Vila by KO in Round 8 of 8

Win vs Juan Carlos Rojas Sanchez 5-8-1

Sep 06, 2014 U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Juan Carlos Rojas Sanchez by UD in Round 6 of 6

Win vs Juan Carlos Rojas 6-7-1

Sep 06, 2014 U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Juan Carlos Rojas by UD in Round 6 of 6

Win vs Ronnie Warrior Jr 15-8-1

Jul 25, 2014 Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Ronnie Warrior Jr by KO in Round 1 of 8

Win vs James Winchester 16-9-0

Jun 06, 2014 Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against James Winchester by UD in Round 10 of 10

Win vs Charles Whittaker 40-14-2

Apr 26, 2014 StubHub Center, Carson, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Charles Whittaker by UD in Round 8 of 8

Win vs George Sosa 13-5-0

Feb 10, 2014 Cowboys Dance Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against George Sosa by UD in Round 8 of 8

Win vs Andres Calixto Rey 4-4-0

Nov 11, 2013 Cowboys Dance Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Andres Calixto Rey by KO in Round 1 of 8

Win vs Bruce Runkle 5-2-1

Sep 12, 2013 MGM Grand, MGM Conference Center, Premier Ballroom, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Bruce Runkle by TKO in Round 1 of 6

Win vs Austin Marcum 5-3-0

Aug 19, 2013 Best Buy Theater, New York, New York, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Austin Marcum by KO in Round 2 of 6

Win vs William Waters 2-3-0

Apr 20, 2013 Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against William Waters by UD in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Lekan Byfield 2-3-2

Feb 23, 2013 Masonic Temple, Masonic Theater, Detroit, Michigan, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Lekan Byfield by UD in Round 4 of 4

Win vs Kenneth Taylor Schmitz 2-5-0

Jan 12, 2013 BB&t Center, Sunrise, Florida, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Kenneth Taylor Schmitz by TKO in Round 1 of 4

Win vs Dustin Caplinger 2-3-0

Nov 09, 2012 Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, USA

Terrell Gausha WINS against Dustin Caplinger by KO in Round 2 of 4

Stats

Terrell Gausha

  • WINS 21
  • LOSSES 1
  • DRAWS 1
  • KOs 10

Weight 160 lbs (72.73 kg)

Height 5'10" (1.78 m)

Reach 72" (183 cm)

  • Born

    September 09, 1987
  • Age

    33
  • Country

    USA
  • Born in

    Cleveland, OH
  • Trains in

    Encino, CA
  • Stance

    Orthodox
  • Rounds Boxed

    134
  • KO Percentage

    43.48%
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Bio

Terrell Gausha Bio

A two-time U.S. national champion and 2012 Olympian, Terrell Gausha is closing in on a world title shot at 154-pounds.

A Father-Figure, Mother’s Love

Bob Davis introduced a 10-year-old Terrell Gausha to boxing at the Glenville Recreation Center in Cleveland, stepping in two years after the youngster’s father, Melton, died of heart failure. 

Deprived of a male role model to help him navigate the crime-ridden neighborhood, Gausha’s mother, Taretha Jones, instilled discipline and perseverance in the 2005 graduate of Glenville High School.

“I missed time with my father,” said Gausha, whose name is of French, Creole, descent and has a 12-year-old daughter, Ty’era, a five-month old son, Jaylen. 

“My mother was a great example working 32 years at Chrysler starting at the age of 19 before retiring. Bob Davis came and got me every day, took me to church, taught me about life.”Under Davis’ tutelage Gausha became a five-time Cleveland Golden Gloves Champion, a two-time national champion and a 2005 graduate of Glenville High School (which later produced Ohio State’s NCAA title-winning quarterback Cardale Jones).

Before passing of an illness in 2015, Davis guided Gausha to an amateur record of 158-16 as he went on to represent the United States in the 2012 Olympics in London. 

At the Olympics, Gausha scored a third-round knockout over Armenia’s Andranik Hakobyan in the first round of the games before being eliminated, 16-15, by India’s Vijender Singh, a 2008 Olympic bronze medalist.

Gausha vs. El Harrak: December 12, 2015 (PBC on NBCSN)

PAYING HOMAGE

Gausha won his first seven bouts at weights between 164 ¼ and 158 over the course of 2012 and 2013, going 7-0 with five knockouts and comprising a 6-0 mark with four stoppages during the latter year.

Dustin Caplinger suffered a two-knockdown, second-round stoppage in November 2012 at the hands of Gausha, who registered a first-round TKO of Kenny Taylor Schmitz in January 2013.

In succession, Gausha earned four-round unanimous decisions over Lekan Byfield (February) and William Waters (April) before stopping Austin Marcum (August), Bruce Runkle (September) and Andres Calixto Rey (November) in the second, first and first rounds. 

Gausha went 6-0 with two KOs in 2014, stringing together a pair of eight-round unanimous decisions over George Sosa (February) and Charles Whittaker (April) before winning a one-knockdown, 10-round shutout over James Winchester (June).

The year included Gausha’s six-round unanimous decision over Juan Carlos Rojas (September) separating stoppages in the first- and eighth-rounds of southpaw Ronnie Warrior Jr. (July) and Cesar Vila (December), the latter of whom was floored in the final round. 

A second-round TKO of veteran Norberto Gonzalez (March) began a 4-0 campaign in 2015 for Gausha, who followed up with a pair of eight-round unanimous decisions over Luis Grajeda (June) and Eliezer Gonzalez (September) as well as a 10-round shutout of Said El Harrak (December).

Norberto Gonzalez and Grajeda represented back-to-back appearances at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas for Gausha, who scored one knockdown in each of the four victories during the year of Davis’ passing. 

“I’ve always paid homage to my coach. Bob Davis taught me principles,” said Gausha, who credits Davis for saving his life. “He taught me to channel my anger, frustrations, energy and helped me to believe in myself.”

Gausha vs. Trout: May 25, 2019 (PBC on FS1)

A LESSON IN LOSING

Gausha’s next two victories were majority and unanimous decisions over Steve Martinez (August 2016) and Luis Hernandez (February 2017), which followed a seventh-round stoppage of Orlando Lora (April 2016). 

 

That set up a title shot with then-154-pound champion Erislandy Lara, a Cuban southpaw whose fourth-round knockdown paced him to a one-sided, 12-round unanimous decision over Gausha. 

“Fighting Lara was a good thing for me and I felt good going into it, but I have no excuses,” said Gausha, who slipped to 20-1 with nine knockouts in defeat. 

“I trained well but Lara just outclassed me to be honest. But I learned something, so, for me, it was not really like a loss but a lesson. I went back to the drawing board, changed a few things and bounced back.”

Gausha rebounded with a 160-pound, first-round knockout of left-hander Joey Hernandez in December 2018 before losing a disputed 10-round split-decision to left-handed former champion Austin Trout in May 2019.

“With Hernandez, I requested and faced another southpaw.  I knocked him out in one round. I didn’t expect to win that fight the way that I did, but it really felt good. Trout was a good fight to test myself because he had been around the block,” said Gausha. 

“Trout had fought a lot of good fighters, including beating Miguel Cotto and fighting Lara and Canelo. I felt like I dominated that fight and fought going forward, later starting to box. I didn’t’ get the decision, but at the end of the day I felt like I showed people what they needed to see and proved that I deserved to be where I am.”