This writer did some research going back to the 1904 Olympics. I went on www.boxrec.com finding boxers who won Gold Medals in every division. Besides winning super and heavyweight titles those who didn’t become world champions I put their records if they turned professional next to their name.
Starting from the most recent Olympian in 2016 is Tony “LaConquete” Yoka, 5-0 (4), of FR, and Evgeny Tishchenko, 3-0 (2), of RUS. In 2012 Anthony “AJ” Joshua, 22-0 (21), of the UK, is the one Gold Medalist from the 2012 Olympics that holds three of the titles today in the WBA, WBO and IBF winning a title in 2016. Current Cruiserweight holding all four titles also won in 2012 from the UKR Oleksandr Usyk, 16-0 (12).
In 2008 Roberto Cammarelle, of IT won Gold but never turned pro. Also winning was RUS Rakhim Chakhiev, 26-3 (19), who retired in 2016. In 2004 the Gold Medalist was Alexander “Russian Vityaz” Povetkin, 34-2 (24), of RUS, who won the WBA title in 2011.
In 2000 Audley Harrison, of the UK, was the winner who ended up 31-7 (23). Cuban Felix Savon won in Super Heavyweight in 1992, 1996 and 2000 never turning pro. Also in 1992 another Cuban Roberto Balado won in heavyweight never turning pro.
The 1996 Super Heavyweight Gold Medalist Wladimir “Dr. Steelhammer” Klitschko, 64-5 (53), of UKR, who won his first title the WBO title in 2000 from Chris “Rapid Fire” Byrd, 41-5-1 (22), of the USA who was a Silver Medalist in the 1992 Olympics in the middleweight division. Lennox “The Lion” Lewis, 41-2-1 (32), born in the UK but moved to CAN representing them for the Olympics in 1988 winning a Gold Medal at Super heavyweight. He moved back to the UK upon turning professional and won the WBC title in 1992. Ray “Mercilus” Mercer, 36-7-1, of USA also won in 1988.
In 1984 at Super Heavyweight was Tyrell Biggs winning Gold ending his career at 30-10 and Henry Tillman, 25-6 (16), was the heavyweight that year with both from the USA. The Cubans and the Russians skipped that year.
In 1980 the USA skipped and Teofilio Stevenson of Cuba who had won in 1972 and 1976 won for the third time never turning pro. In 1968 “Big” George Foreman won the Gold and went onto become champion in 1973 and came back in 1994 to repeat.
In 1964 it was “Smokin” Joe Frazier replaced Buster Mathis who beat him twice in the trials but broke his thumb and couldn’t make it. In 1960 Cassius Clay aka Muhammad Ali lost in the trials to Marine Percy Price forcing him to be dropped to light heavyweight where he won Gold. He was the only pro to win the heavyweight title three times, in 1964, 1974 and 1978. In 1960 the Gold winner was Franco DePiccoli, of IT, who ended up at 37-4 (29).
In 1956 Pete Rademacher, 15-7-1 (8), of the USA won Gold and attempted to win the world title from 1952 Gold Middleweight Floyd Patterson who won the title in 1956 and 1960. In 1952 H. Edward Sanders, 6-2-1 (3) was the winner but died in the ring. In 1948 Argentina’s Rafael Iglesias won Gold and was defeated in his first pro fight and retired.
In 1936 Herbert Runge, of Germany won Gold and was 5-14-6 (1) as a pro. With World War II the Olympics didn’t continue until 1948. In 1932 Santiago Lovell, of Argentina won Gold but never turned pro. Same for another Argentine Arturo Rodriguez Jurado who won in 1928 never turned pro.
In 1924 Otto von Porat, Norway, 37-11 (24), fought for Norway, moved to Sweden and then to the USA. In 1920 Ronald Rawson, of the UK, won never turning pro. In 1908 A.L. Oldham of the UK won never turning pro. The first Gold winner was Samuel Berger of the USA never turning pro.