Looking through Boxrec, I noticed that one of my personal favorites from the 90's and early 2000's, Robert Daniels, the former cruiserweight world champion and Tuesday Night Fight regular, apparently had a losing record as an amateur; 22-26. What is even stranger about this is that Robert Daniels lied about his age to become a professional boxer as a teenager, losing all but one of his fights before his deception became uncovered and he was forced to wait until he became of legal age (at least, that was the story I heard on Tuesday Night Fights). You'd assume a kid that wanted to fight as a professional boxer at such a young age would have been doing well as an amateur, to have wanted to do such a thing in the first place. Are there any other world champions that had losing records as amateurs? This is the first case I've ever seen. Usually, even if they don't have stellar amateur accomplishments, they have overwhelmingly winning records.