Born March 10, 1963, Seabrooks began a stellar boxing career at the age of 12 and advanced victoriously through most of the amateur tournaments in the South before becoming a professional champion. He compiled an overall record of 157-21-1 before retiring in 1995.
Seabrooks won his first amateur tournament at the age of 13 and captured Golden Gloves titles across the state of North Carolina, including four Carolinas Golden Gloves titles in Charlotte.
As a professional, Seabrook won the USBA Bantamweight title in 1987 and shortly thereafter captured the IBF World Championship belt with a devastating fifth-round knockout of Miguel Monterrano in Colombia, South America. Seabrooks won 20 of his first 24 professional fights via the KO route.
A classical stylist with knockout power in both hands, Seabrooks won 20 of his first 24 professional fights via the KO route.
The Charlotte native now spends most of his time working with young people, touring schools and churches all over the Southeast, delivering a positive message about staying in school and away from drugs. His future plans include opening a literacy and championship fitness center for underprivileged children in the Charlotte area.