United States
Fights: 60
Wins: 44
Losses: 16
Knockouts: 31
1st Round Knockouts: 12
Draws: 0
Years Pro: 17
1st Pro Fight: August 11, 1990
Height: 5' 7"
Boxing Style: Boxer/Puncher
Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Alias: The Nature Boy
Last 10 Fights: 2-8 1 Ko's
Date Of Birth: April 19,1970
Age: 43
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October 27, 2007
September 30, 2006
June 17, 2006
February 4, 2006
November 11, 2005
September 30, 2005
July 13, 2005
September 16, 2003
April 4, 2003
January 24, 2003
August 10, 2002
June 28, 2002
October 13, 2000
March 23, 2000
October 29, 1999
September 14, 1999
July 29, 1999
May 8, 1999
June 26, 1998
May 28, 1998
September 15, 1995
May 20, 1995
February 24, 1995
October 15, 1994
July 8, 1994
February 17, 1994
November 17, 1993
September 14, 1993
August 13, 1993
April 1, 1993
February 18, 1993
January 15, 1993
December 11, 1992
November 13, 1992
September 25, 1992
August 1, 1992
June 19, 1992
May 8, 1992
February 29, 1992
February 13, 1992
January 25, 1992
January 11, 1992
November 23, 1991
October 10, 1991
October 5, 1991
August 24, 1991
August 16, 1991
July 27, 1991
June 10, 1991
May 16, 1991
April 25, 1991
March 30, 1991
March 16, 1991
February 15, 1991
January 31, 1991
December 20, 1990
November 16, 1990
November 10, 1990
September 22, 1990
August 11, 1990
Chad Broussard   III
Roberto Garcia
Chad Broussard   II
Chad Broussard
Marteze Logan
Moises Martinez
Jean Pascal
Jimmy Lange
Grover Wiley
Matt Vanda
Earl Allen
Willie McDonald   II
Jerry Smith
Carlos Alberto Martinez
Frank Olsen
Clifford Hicks   II
Ed Griffin
Willie McDonald
Cliff Hanson
Michael Moss
Jake Rodriguez
Hector Camacho
Wayne Boudreaux
Scott Porter
Todd Foster
George Scott
Keith Joseph Martin
Darren McGrew
Eric Whitfield
Clifford Hicks
Tommy Hanks
Jack Boswell
Kenny Vice
Jose Jimenez
Raoul Fernandez
Tony Hopper
Jose Jimenez
George Brunson
Dan Smith
Doug Davis
Richard Wood
Robert Harris
Richard Gobert
Gary Jones
Lamont Taylor
Herrero Fernandez
Ed Malone
Paul Hagan
Paul Denard
Darren McGrew
Jack Miller
Bruce Nuby
Craig McCormick   II
Jackie Bedwell
Jarvis McMillan
Billy Outley
Jackie Farrow
Craig McCormick
Jose Solis
Peter Waswa
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Residence:  Griffin, Georgia, USA
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Jimmie Starr of Poets Artists & Madmen: An interview with Homer Gibbins better known as The Love Assassin:

Written by Jimmie Starr & Interviewed by April Marchello

PA&M: Why the alias love assassin?
HG: Because without a doubt there for the longest time in my life, if it felt like love, if it was heading that way, I would kill it. I would
either smoother it to death or all out murder any chance for something of significance. I was the infamous love assassin, not that it's
a name that I wanted but it seemed to fit me well. So if the shoe fits wear it well.

PA&M: I have heard that you feel, you are very hard to define?
HG: Oh yeah, I'm a walking contradiction for sure. I guess when you have so many passions battling with in you, it seems to get kind
of confusing to others and yourself even. I wouldn't have me an other way, I have grown very fond of me. It really has been a help
with the passions of an artist. It just gets crazy when you involve others.

PA&M: As an artist I have heard that you struggle with your inability to not see color?
HG: I wrestled with that in my earlier years but recently I have been able to except that not all the so called handicaps are really that much of a handicap. Every thing is perspective, I see the color pink real well and I love things that shine. Those things to me are beautiful, when I wear them or paint with them. To others they may be too bold or bright or too brilliant for someone who isn't as comfortable in their skin as I am. Some think I look like a flamer, and like I care. I've been misunderstood for most of my life. In high school I hung with the gals, not because I was gay but they had what I was addicted to. I didn't want to spend my time talking to the guys, like what was that going to gain me, a male perspective. I had that already.

PA&M: So you would say that your comfortable with your life?
HG: Most definitely. I have passions that burden me but other than that I would have to say I'm very comfortable. Every man has demons that he must conquer in life but in the end they define him. I'm no more, no less than the angel you would have me be.

PA&M: You say your no angel, is that the fighter that we have heard about?
HG: I'm going to say yes for argument sake.

PA&M: Your just saying yes to move forward with the interview or is it there is a secret subject that we are forbidden to tackle.
HG: Well as a poet you have read that, I have always struggled the inability to obtain that which continues to alude me. It could very well be the apparent, that I think of love differently than women do. I have always fought with the understanding of what love is. Being a man I would think it's more to do with the physical but there are so many other undefined things about love that have me perplexed by it. It's the emotional, spiritual, and relational areas of love that are what most of my writing revolve around. They are misguided attempts to obtain that which for me was unobtainable. If I can't master it, I would have to say that I am a slave to it, and that pierces the heart of my fragile ego.

PA&M: With so many poets they write out of the depth of hurt but that doesn't seem to be where you write from?
HG: Well then you have not understood my writings. It is all about my unyielding passion to possess passion but then, I always fail miserably.

PA&M: So what they say about "A fighter not a lover" is true?
HG: I wouldn't say that, ha ha, I'd rock your world. ha ha. No, I'm just kidding! Really I'm a person who would fight for your love. I'm the kind of man you want, you would never get bored. I think of myself as a person with a multiple personality disorder. I can't be put in a category because I wouldn't fit in just one, not just because I gained a few pounds either. Like I told my wife "I will love you so many different ways, your bound to like one of them."

PA&M: If you could reveal one thing to people that you don't think people know, what would it be?
HG: I really am straight! ha ha and for those that still question, ask you gal she knows the truth!

PA&M: Do you think your writings will every be published in a book?
HG: Well my wife hopes not that's for sure.

PA&M: Last Question, how do you want to be remembered?
HG: Well not as an artist, actor, boxer, comedian, carpenter, painter, or poet. I hope that people remember me as Homer, the Homer that you know in what ever area of life that is. I guess in the end I just want to be remembered. If I have worked for you I want you to always think of me before you do any thing else. If I boxed you, I hope you remember me as a fighter that humbly kicked your butt. If you saw me do stand-up or we met, I hope you think of me as someone that tried desperately to make you laugh, even if it meant making a fool of myself. If I was a lover, then I hope that my memory has been forever pressed on the pages of your mind and that I am the reason you are able to love greater today.








In 1995 after going the distance with Hector Mach Camacho, Homer fought Jake "the snake" Rodrigues for the WBU title. His neck had caused him to have no reflexes in his legs almost like being paralyzed. The doctors at LSU Medical told him he could not fight anymore that the fighting days were over. Homer now is willing to admit that he lied to doctors he was able to read the doctors faces and tell them what they wanted to hear. Just to be able to pursue his career after his marriage ended when his career did.

Homer went into other fighters hometown and fought any and everyone. He beat Chad Broussard in his hometown to win a second World title. Homer has been willing to tell me he was scared to death in a number of fights because he felt that he had no feeling in his legs. Dr. John "Jack" Griffin neurologist at John Hopkins was a friend of Homer's and send a letter to the commission exposing Homer because he cared about Homer. Homer now is willing to admit to his stupidity and is convinced that God watched over him during his rebellious stage. 2008 Homer walked away from the sport altogether to be a dad to his six children Matthew Hill, Heather Gibbins, Paten Gibbins, Josiah Gibbins, Gabriella Gibbins, and Naomi Gibbins. Ages from 21 to 2 years old.

Who's ever heard of a boxer that is a poet and an artist in and outside the ring.


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