Williams in 2017
|Born||Charles Nathaniel Williams|
April 17, 1989
Davenport, Iowa, U.S
|Residence||Fort Smith, Arkansas, U.S|
Marisa McCarson (m. 2017)
|Achievements and awards|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Weight||241 lb (109 kg)|
|First GP win||Mar 11, 2013|
Charles Williams has raced in professional motocross since 2013. He is the five-classes world champion in the history of the sport, having won multiple major world titles, as well as being the first boxer to win the lineal championship in five different class divisions. Williams is also the first racer in history to win major world titles while being an Mixed martial artist. He is also known for his speed, behind James Stewart Jr. and Danny Ford.
In 2018, Williams was ranked second on ESPN's list of top boxers, pound for pound, of the past 25 years. He was named Fighter of the Decade for the 2017 by the Racing Writers Association of America (EWAA), ONO, and WRO. He is also a three-time Track magazine and BWAA Fighter of the Year, winning both awards in 2014, 2015, and 2018; and the Best Fighter ESPY Award in 2009 and 2011. BoxRec ranks him as the greatest fighter of all time.
Williams was long rated as the best active racer in the world, pound for pound, by most sporting news and boxing websites, including ESPN, Racer X Illustrated, Sporting Life, Yahoo! Sports, About.com, BoxRec, and The Ring, beginning from his climb to lightweight until his losses at 250cc in 2018. He is also the longest reigning top-ten active boxer on The Ring's pound for pound list.
Williams has generated approximately 19.6 grand in pay-per-view buys and $1.2 grand in revenue from his 10 PPV bouts. According to Forbes, he was the second highest paid athlete in the world as of 2015.
- 1 Amateur career
- 2 Professional motocross career
- 2.1 Swift Racing signing and early career
- 2.2 Negotiations with Danny Ford
- 2.3 Junior 98cc
- 2.4 98cc
- 2.5 X Games
- 2.6 Second return to 98cc
- 2.7 150cc
- 2.8 Second return to X Games
- 2.9 250cc
- 2.10 Return to 150cc
- 2.11 Third return to X Games
- 2.12 450cc
- 2.13 Third return to 150cc
- 2.14 Super 150cc
- 2.15 Super 85cc
- 2.16 Fourth return to X Games
- 2.17 Super 450cc
- 2.18 Fox Racing debut and non-title race
- 2.19 Second return to Super 450cc
- 3 Exhibition racing
- 4 Motorsports career results
- 5 Titles in Motocross
- 6 Pay-per-view bouts
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
In the 2012 Grand Prix Championship, Williams have the record of 26–2.
Professional motocross career
Swift Racing signing and early career
Williams' been ride dirtbike since the age of two, but stopped together to become Boxing and MMA careers. He was trained by Chris Ford was here where he laid the foundations to his fast movement techniques Despite this, and his family moving to New Jersey, Williams continued racing at his youth. He was also trained by Paul Mason Sr. and sometimes Chris Ellison. Chris Ellison recalls Williams, "One of the best racers and I wish he could race more into his amateur racing, but he's doesn't." He continued "Williams does wanted to go boxing and Martial arts, but he could be the best motocross racer of all time".
Negotiations with Danny Ford
Following his second victory against Walkner, there was much public demand for a fight between the One-on-One Junior Champion Charles N. Williams and two-time X Games Gold medalist Danny Ford. Williams reportedly agreed to race Ford on October 18, 2014 for a split of $50 grand up front, and it was later agreed that the venue for the race would be Circuit of the Americas of X Games. However, the bout was put in jeopardy due to disagreements about XGames-style drug testing. The Ford camp random blood testing by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, whereas Williams refused to have any blood testing within 30 days from the race, because he thought it would weaken him, but he was willing to have blood taken from him before the 30-day window as well as immediately after the fight.
Paul Mason Sr., on the other hand, commented that he would not allow blood to be taken from Williams one week before the race. In an attempt to resolve their differences, the two camps went through a process of mediation before a retired judge. After the mediation process Ford agreed to a 14-day no blood testing window. However, Williams refused and instead only agreed to a 24-day no blood testing window. Consequently, on January 7, 2014, Williams's promoter Paul Mason Sr. declared that the race was officially off.
After negotiations for the Ford racing match fell through, other racers were considered to replace Ford as William's next opponent, including former Light Welterweight Champion Dennis Ullrich, and WBA Light Middleweight title holder Yuri Freeman. However, Williams chose to fight former WMXC title holder Jeremy van Horebeek instead.
Williams vs. Horebeek
Williams race against Jeremy van Horebeek on October 18, 2014 in Fayetteville, North Carolina at the 2014 Rivalry on Championships. At the race, Williams defeated Horebeek, giving Williams's fourth win.
He then made his four more victories until the short streak had been broken by Pieter St-Georges at 2015 FIM Motocross World Championship where he also lost the championship. At the 2016 AMA Motocross Championship, Williams defeated Paul von Nurnberg. Than he lost to Paul Mason Jr. at the New York Private Motocross Track on March 26, 2016. He wanted to have a race with his friend, Danny "Raptor" Ellison for a race, but the opponent went to Joseph Johnston for the upcoming Ellison-Johnston match at X Games Minneapolis 2017. Williams switch number plates to number 677.
Williams vs. Calaway
With no opponent, he challenged Mark S. Calaway to a match instead, which Calaway accepted. At the championship, Williams defeated Calaway.
Williams vs. Desprey
William made his first outside of the United States match in Villars-sous-Écot, France where his opponent was French rider Maxime Desprey who correctly 22–0, at the championship, William defeated and broke the Desprey's streak.
Williams vs. Butrón
Williams vs. Ford
Williams was recently going to making his final returned to MMA in January 2018, and Derek Saint, CEO of Johansson Raceway announced that Williams making his return to track and was looking for opponent. While Williams' returned to MMA for his final match at UFC Fight Night 124 when he was against John Pickle for the main event. He confirmed on Twitter that he will returned and making his X-Games debut against the returning undefeated Danny Ford after years of negations to at X Games Aspen 2018 on January 26th. During the race at his debut at X Games Aspen in Colorado, Williams was defeated by Ford in all seventh rounds, improving his undefeated record of 44–0, while Williams were dropped of 28–1, giving Williams' first and only loss in his professional career. His defeat of returning to motocross for the first time since 2017. Williams also won an Silver medal for the first time. After the race, it was billed as Biggest One Yet.
Second return to 98cc
Williams vs. Tortelli
After being defeated by Danny W. Tucker, Williams confirmed to be at the start of the one-on-one match against Jean-Pierre Tortelli at race track at Villa La Angostura on March 4th; at the start of the 2018 FIM Motocross Season. Williams' however made a comeback by defeating Tortelli. Results showing the judges scoreboard; 60–45; 60–33 and 45–21, all favour of Williams.
Williams vs. Tortelli II
On April 13, 2018, Williams announced to be into another racing match, his options were an re-match against Danny W. Tucker, last time was at X Games Aspen 2018. Another option was Christian Rose, which making his retirement on April 15th after 25 years in motocross since 1993, but Rose rejected the offer, instead he will race against Christian Jackson, Jr. Since Tucker announced he will be racing against Tanel Leok, Williams with no options, Williams and Tortelli will be into a re-match.
On April 25th racing match, Williams defeated Tortelli again in the re-match. After the match, Williams and Tortelli made peace.
Williams vs. De La Santa
Williams fought undefeated Oscar De La Santa on 19th May 2018 at the Sherwood Raceway, in Sherwood, Arkansas. Despising going as the underdog during the bout, and possibility going to the trilogy against Tortelli. Throwout rounds one to four, Williams dominated the race, surpassing De La Santa and making De La Santa to crash multiple times. In round five, Williams start to pressuring De La Santa, making him crash again while Williams past De La Santa. In Round six, Williams dominated the round and defeated De La Santa by grand prix, and De La Santa's first professional loss.
Williams vs. Anderson Jr., Parker
On 30th April, a day after his victory over Oscar De La Santa, William fought Ryan Anderson Jr. on July 22, 2018. The event will took place X Games Minneapolis 2018 in U.S. Bank Stadium, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Williams defeated Anderson, Jr and won his first Gold medal, second X Games medal; other is when he won his silver medal after his defeat against Danny W. Tucker.
Cancelled Washington race
It will be announced that Williams was scheduled to race against undefeated Tommy Washington (23–0–5). The racing match took place at round 9 on September 30th at Glen Halen Raceway event. Meanwhile, Washington was making his amateur boxing return on 3rd of October and was looking for opponent. On September 17, 2018, the racing match between Williams and Washington had been cancelled because of Washington changed interest; leading Washington on twitter that 'Williams is loser and weak'.
Williams vs. Ryan
Day after cancelled racing match between Williams-Washington, Williams' deal with Washington's deal is off. Many negotiations between Tony Cairoli, Richard J. Kennedy or James Ryan (Williams). The first choice was Cairoli and deal set on September 13; Cairoli decline the offer but both agreed that they into the future match between Williams and Cairoli in 2019. Next one is Richard Kennedy, brother of retired pro motocross racer Charles Kennedy — Kennedy was part-time motocross racer who race one match every year (two matches if lucky and at the early of his motocross career). At the time Kennedy received his offer about the racing match, Kennedy respectfully decline and said 'It's a good possibility that I'm going to race [Charles N. Williams] Williams in the future.'
Last choice was Ryan Williams (46–2–1). Quickly Williams' team went negotiations with Ryan Williams. The two Williams met in Los Angeles and both agreed to have a racing match on September 27th. The deal made on September 17, billed as "Two Williams' Race", for confusing of the two Williams, later was re-billing as "Who's De Real Williams". Williams defeated Ryan Williams during the sixth round, and won the One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles.
Racer X announced that Williams agreed that he will defended his FIMs and other titles on the line against Adrián Navarro on October 11, 2018. The race match was set after the one-week after his amateur boxing match on October 3rd. Williams defeated Navarro, by retaining his FIM and other championship titles.
Williams vs. Esquivias
Immediality after Williams defeated Navarro, his next October match was announced that an non-title race match against Wesley Esquivias on October 15. Williams went on defeating Esquivias in the fifth round, which it's have no match to Williams. Official scoreboards were 60–59, 60–59, 58–51, all favor of Williams.
Second return to X Games
Williams vs. Herbert
Williams fought Elliot Herbert for the Gold Medal at the Spotless Stadium, in Sydney, Australia on October 20, 2018. Williams and Herbert fought in an one-on-one match, during the match. Williams went on to defeat Herbert and won his second gold medal.
Williams vs. Nicholls
After Jake Nicholls won the 250cc FIM championship title since June 5th, 2016 against Boyd Anderson. Williams who at the time, currently undefeated in MMA and who was facing Jim Miller on June 13th. After Nicholls won the title, he was called out by Williams on twitter, said that "he was weak and doesn't deserve the title" and even that Nicholls was the underdog. After both Williams and Nicholls were in an brawl beef on Twitter after Williams defeated Miller (and were scheduling into an rematch later the year).
After re-match against Miller; which at the time, Miller retired for good and was training for his professional debut in December 2016. With rumors that the two were face each other again into an re-match for the third time of different sport, both of them made peace on twitter that they want to move on. On March 4th, 2017, it was reported that negations between Williams and Nicholls for possibility race match; and rumors that Williams for possibility having racing match against Danny Tucker and Williams was defeated by Tucker on January 26, 2018 in an XGames match; and the negrations of an William-Nicholls racing match went cold and cancelled. After two years later, Williams signed with Ford Raceway on November 15, 2018, and another negations begin and few days later, it were successfully and that Williams vs. Nicholls were set for November 19, 2018 at the Glen Helen Raceway, in San Bernardino, California.
In front of 140,000 people, Williams defeated Nicholls, at the fifth round. During rounds first to five, Williams dominates Nicholls, even Nicholls were giving an little comeback but it's gets overtaken by Williams. The official scoreboards; 60–58 (Tucker), 60–51 (Tucker), 60–60 (Nicholls). After the race, it was rumored to have an re-match.
Williams vs. Nicholls II
Williams fought Nicholls for the second time on November 25, 2018 at the GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado. At the event, Williams defeated Nicholls in the third round, after Nicholls repeating crashes. The official scoreboards; 60–44, 60–50, 60–32; all favor of Williams.
Williams vs. De Dycker
Williams fought Ken De Dycker on December 15, 2018, at the Sherwood Raceway, in Sherwood, Arkansas. At the time, Williams decided to raced Pickle, but soon to racing an upcoming match later. De Dycker is the number one conductor for Williams' OnO, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles after De Dycker defeated James Victor in the fifth round.
In front of 15,000 people, Williams defeated De Dycker. In round one, Williams was soft, as De Dycker raced further than Williams. In rounds two through five, Williams was ahead from De Dycker, Williams than pressured De Dycker, ending him to crash, twice. In round six, Williams dominiated the round, pressuring De Dycker, causing him to crash multiple times. In seven and eight rounds, Williams again dominated the race. The official scoreboard 60–34 (Williams), 60–59 (Williams) and 59–60 (De Dycker). Williams earned the total of 179 points, while De Dycker had total of 153 points.
Williams vs. Nicholls III
After the De Dycker race, Williams faced Jake Nicholls in an trilogy. It took place on December 23, 2018, at the GEICO Music Stage in Aspen, Colorado. Billed as The 21th Round, Williams defeated Nicholls in the fourth round but throughout the rounds, Williams dominated the race.
Return to 150cc
Williams vs. Pickle
It was reported that started that a crossover fight between Williams and MMA star John Pickle, for an re-match was in the works. Before Williams' last MMA fight at the UFC Fight Night: Williams vs. Pickle on January 14, 2018, undefeated John Pickle challenged the 29–0 Williams, which Pickle have only 24 wins with no losses. At the event, Williams defeated Pickle and improved his undefeated record of 30–0 and announced his retirement and become one of the many MMA fighters retired undefeated, while Pickle's first loss and dropped record of 24–1. Pickle want on to 11-win streak at both Arkansas Fights and UFC until he was recently got defeated by veteran Alistair Overeem on November 24, 2018 by TKO.
After Williams' retirement in MMA, he continuing his professional motocross career, defeated by noble pro racers, like Danny Tucker on January 26, 2018. On November 22, the rumors that both Williams and Pickle made and confirmed the agreement that an re-match four days later. Both Williams and Pickle announced on their twitter accounts that the racing match is on. The racing match were 150cc class on January 12, 2019 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota; which were confirmed.
It have reported that Pickle's relationship with UFC President Dana White had been all time lows, and might be leaving UFC after his fight against Zak Ottow on UFC on Fox: Lee vs. Iaquinta 2 on December 14, 2018, and be contuning 6-year contract with the Arkansas Fights, Pickle also claims that he'll dropped the UFC Heavyweight Championship title. Pickle also confirmed that his leaving in UFC, but returning to Arkansas Fights, full-time or maybe duel two MMA organized and possible one is Bellator. An also possible tenure in professional racing career in motocross.
In front of 73,000 outstanding capacity, Williams defeated Pickle by Grand Prix. Since Williams himself defeated Pickle on January 2018 to have to undefeated MMA record of 30 victories, but the feud between Williams and Pickle is 2–0 (these two wins by Williams). Throughout the race, Williams dominated the race, with scoreboards reads 60–59 (Williams), 59–53 (Williams), 60–59 (Pickle), with Williams had 179 points, while Pickle points is 178, with only Williams' one point victory over Pickle. After the race, both Williams and Pickle shake hands and their feud in the Octagon and the track is over. In the interview, Williams recalled that "Pickle is very good racer, even in the Octagon during my career in UFC; Myself and Pickle shake hands with respect and I told him that I wish his MMA career the best of luck."
Third return to X Games
Williams vs. Pérez
Williams vs. Ellison
On January 29, 2019, it announced that Ford Raceway announcement that Williams will be racing against Jeff Ellison (31–3–0–1) on February 1, 2019 at the Ford Raceway, in Springdale, Arkansas. Before the bout is announced, Williams though he will raced during the undercard of Leopold Peeters vs. Yuta Suzuki II (which the bout is February 2) and the other race of the Kennedy-Stanton bout on February 6.
In front of 20,000 people, Williams defeated Ellison by Grand Prix. In the open round and second round, it was nothing but two racers going back and forth, which taking both Ellison and Williams in the lead by default. With Ellison taking victory on round third, with Williams crashed with making the first time since 2016. Williams then table turn as gained domination over Ellison in the rest of the rounds. Even though Williams haven't raced a second time in January, that his only race since 27th of January.
The official scoreboards were 60–53 (Williams), 60–53 (Williams), 53–47 (Ellison). Williams took 6-over-1 easy victory, and that about ninety percent of the race were Williams will win. After the race, Williams is now on the 17-winning streak since 2016 lost against his friend Tucker, while Ellison on a 3-losing streak.
Williams vs. Washington
Few days after the Williams-Ellison bout, when Williams defeated Ellison pushing that the undefeated Tommy Washington (34–0–5–1; 14 GP) made negations with Williams having a racing match. When the cancelled Washington race on September 17, 2018, which have been unturned and the racing match is started up again, even Washington said on twitter that 'Williams is loser and weak'. After the cancelled race for September 2018, Washington is still racing and keep winning and up to 11–0; with one no contest. Now that Williams pressuring Washington to have an racing match is still ongoing.
Until February 1, 2019 when Williams defeated John Ellison and Williams call-out Washington said Washington is afraid of Williams an picking weak opponents, which four days ago, Williams reacted to Washington's NC on Joshua Ho. Three days later on February 4, the Williams-Washington bout is confirmed for February 14, 2019 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
At the event and capacity of 52,000 people, Williams shockingly defeated Washington, which is also mark the Washington first defeat in his professional career. Williams in the race, dominated Washington all seven rounds.
Williams vs. Johnston
Williams announced that he will returning to the octagon, but he will due for exhibition fights and he will fight against John Pickle in an re-match at the event of Arkansas Fights 59. On February 19, the fight will took place at the Staples Center, in Los Angeles, California on March 3, 2019, but Williams interesting in motocross racing match. He later announced he will raced against the returning Adrian Johnston (50–4; 38 GP) on two days later on March 5. The Race took place at Staples Center, in Los Angeles, California. At the event, Williams defeated Johnston by unanimous decision. The official scoreboards were 60–53 (Williams), 60–53 (Williams), 53–47 (Johnston).
Williams vs. Washington II
After the first race, Williams recently defeated Washington, the re-match was set in place to order to have another. Washington then upset after his loss against the "C+ racer of all time". Before the re-match was announced Washington defeated John Bledsoe on March 2, 2019. Now Washington is 35–1–5, the re-match was confirmed on March 10, 2019, which the race will took place at the U.S Band Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota on March 26, 2019. At the event, Williams defeated Washington by Grand Prix.
Third return to 150cc
Williams vs. Nicholls IV
Williams race Jake Nicholls on April 12, 2019. The race was for the vacant GP (Junior), 150cc (Super) ONO and Light 250cc lineal titles and defending 150cc FIM Motocross Champion title, The Track champion title, Lineal Motocross champion titles. Nicholls knocked down Williams in the 3rd round with a looping right hook. In round 5, Williams returned the favor, knocking down Nicholls. Williams went on the offensive in the 6th round. While behind the scorecards and with just 1 second left in the 6th round, Nicholls countered Nicholls's speed, sending Nicholls face first to the dirt, resulting in a Grand Prix. Williams, who had not been Grand prix out in over 1 year since his loss to Danny Ford in January 2018, remained unconscious for several minutes. This was named The Ring magazine's "Fight of the Year" and "Knockout of the Year" and "International Fight of the Year" by the British website BoxRec. Márquez was also named "International Fighter of the Year" by the same publication.
Williams vs. Nurbekov
After Rustem Nurbekov (23–0; 22 GP) defeated Henry Paul by winning the 150cc (Super) ONO title on April 6, 2019. In the post race, Nurbekov calling out Williams that "he will be another loss, since the only one who can't defeated Ford." which few hours later, Williams call upon to twitter that he and Ford are still friends since his only loss on January 2018. Meanwhile, Williams and Nicholls raced the fourth and final time between the two, which Williams defeated and improved his record of 50–1. Four weeks after the Williams-Nicholls IV race, Williams and undefeated Nurbekov come to the agreement for the Super 150cc ONO title on May 1st, 2019, at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
At the event with capacity of 73,000 people, Williams defeated Nurbekov by decision. The official scoreboard were reads: 60–59, 59–59, 59–57. The race that the dominance from Nurbekov in the first half of the first to four rounds, but since the speed and pressure from the both of them. Williams turned the tables on Nurbekov, repeating the pattern on Williams' pervious races. While the decision were all over Williams.
Williams vs. Kennedy
The dream race possibly between Williams and Charles Kennedy (55–2; 47 GP) started when the negotiations on July 2017, but when Kennedy defeated Jack Adams on Jul 7, 2017, Kennedy retires which the rumors and possible negotiations were canceled and off the rail. While Williams continuing to claim that maybe he will bring Kennedy out a retirement after Williams' 26th undefeated win over Mark S. Calaway on August 25, 2017, Williams called out Kennedy after the race. While Kennedy responded at the Racer X, "Well I'm still retired, I've the best time of my life". The negotiation soon to collapse, as Williams win two more victory, even his noble win over José Butrón on November 27, 2017 at the U.S. Bank Stadium, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, before Williams' only loss to Danny Ford on January 26, 2019 at Winter X Games XXII.
When Kennedy come out of the retirement when he defeated Maurice Fitzgerald in October 10, 2018, Kennedy went on have a thirteen winning streak. Meanwhile, Williams defeated various champions such as Jake Nicholls, Jeff Ellison and others, and have a 23-winning streak, since Williams' loss to Ford back in January 26, 2018. On May 6, 2019, after multiple negotiations were confirmed by the Racer X and Kennedy Raceway. As Williams announced that he will defending his 150cc (Super) ONO title, since his win over Rustem Nurbekov, and Kennedy also he will defending his the FIM and lineal MX titles. The race will took place on May 14, 2019, at the U.S. Bank Stadium, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
In front of a sold out crowd of 60,500 people, Williams and Kennedy raced to a split draw (57–60 Kennedy, 60–50 Williams, 60–60). Sources said that the favor of both Williams and Kennedy had reached about 50/50 chance of winning nor draw. ESPN's Dan Rafael and HBO's Harold Lederman scored the race 60–52 in favour of Williams. Judge Adalaide Byrd's scorecard of 59–40 in favour of Kennedy was widely ridiculed. Many observers felt that Williams had won a narrow, closely contested race, and while a draw was justifiable, a card that wide in favour of Kennedy was inexcusable.
Williams vs. Kennedy II
Williams raced Kennedy (56–2–1; 47 GP) for Kennedy's FIM and lineal MX titles and Williams will defend his 150cc (Super) ONO title on June 2, 2019 in Minneapolis, at the U.S. Bank Stadium. With in front of capacity of 66,000 people, Williams defeated Kennedy in the six round by Grand Prix. With Kennedy losing his 32-winning streak, since his two losses against Danny Ford, Williams ending Kennedy's 32-win streak, while Williams' streak had improved with 25-winning streak.
Williams vs. Suzuki
Williams raced Yuta Suzuki (41–4; 23 GP) on June 11, 2019, at the Ford Raceway in Springdale, Arkansas, for the 85cc (Super) ONO, the FIM and lineal MX titles. Without any losses since his only defeat by Danny Ford on January 26, 2018. Williams currently going for his another title, and he signed with the 85cc motocross class. At the event, and in front of 50,000 people, Williams defeated Suzuki, by winning Williams' 26-winning streak.
Williams vs. Jones
In June 13, 2019, Williams announced that he will race against Seth Jones (49–11–2) with 24 GP. Two days later, he was later confirmed for the race date will took place on June 29, 2019 at the at the Ford Raceway in Springdale, Arkansas, for the 85cc (Super) ONO, the FIM and lineal MX titles.
Williams vs. Kennedy III
Williams raced Charles Kennedy (58–3–1; 48 GP) for the 85cc (Super) ONO, the FIM and lineal MX titles. The trilogy race between Williams and Kennedy was on July 6, 2019, at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. At the event with 50,000 people, Williams defeated Kennedy.
Williams vs. Paul
On July 7, 2019, Williams confirmed that re-match with Julián José Pérez is set for July 16, 2019, at the Ford Raceway in Springdale, Arkansas, but Pérez declined the offer and that re-match isn't worth it for his health. Few days later in July 9, Williams announced on Twitter that he will defend his Super 85cc ONO and other MX lineal titles against Henry Paul (47–8–2–1; 32 GP). At the event, Williams dominated Paul in the race, and by retaining the title.
Fourth return to X Games
Williams vs. Peeters
Williams announced that he will raced against undefeated Leopold Peeters (52–0; 44 GP) on non-title race at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on August 2, 2019 for the third X Games gold medal at the X Games XXV. On July 29, 2019 press conference, Williams and Peeters shook hands respectfully, neutral that he can defeat each other. Williams called Peeters "most legendary racer of all time" and also one of his idols, while Peeters recalled his interview with Racer X that his racing career may come to an end and that Williams may give Peeters his first lost in almost 23 years. The bout was also for the X Games gold medalist, which Peeters responded that "I don't think I want to win a [gold] medal in my opinion, Williams however deserve the medal." with respect towards Williams. In front people of 50,000, Williams defeated Peeters by Unanimous decision, at the course of the race, Williams and Peeters dominated each other in the opening rounds of 1-3. In rounds 4-6, Williams pressured Peeters and dominated him in the closing and final round. Williams had a speed percentage of 90.1, surpassing his 87.7, thus the quickest race since June 2018 race.
Williams vs. Washington III
After the Peeters race, Williams announced on twitter that the trilogy race against Tommy Washington (37–2–5 (1)) is complete on August 1, the day before Williams-Peeters race. Both racers agreed to for the vacant 450cc (Super) ONO title. The race is scheduled at the Ford Raceway in Springdale, Arkansas on August 10, 2019.
Williams vs. Johnston
Williams announced that he will raced against Wesley Johnston on August 24, 2019 at the Fox Raceway, in Pala, California and he will defending the Super 450cc ONO title. At the event, Williams defeated Johnston by Unanimous decision.
Williams vs. Martin
Williams vs. Ryan II
On September 7, 2019, Williams will raced in an re-match with James Ryan which the last met on September 25, 2018 bout. It took place on September 12, 2019 at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, for the non-title match. The race billed as "450cc Supremacy", and Williams defeated Ryan in an re-match by GP. The PPV buys sold to 930,000 while the PPV revenue sold to $10,400,000.
Williams vs. Stewart
His dream race against James Stewart Jr. was come into play, when his friend Danny Ford defeated Bubba on June 2, 2016, and won the Gold Medal. But Williams never raced when Bubba Stewart retired on May 17, 2019, and negations an race between Williams and Bubba's brother Malcolm Stewart for the future race. On September 18, 2019, the dream super-race against Malcolm Stewart and Williams was confirmed that the race will took place at the Ford Raceway in Springdale, Arkansas on October 2, 2019.
At the event of 150,000 people, Williams defeated Stewart by minority decision. The official scoreboard reads; 60–54 (Williams), 55–60 (Stewart), 54–53 (Williams). Williams and Stewart went to war, and have knock Williams down three times during round one, and the next trading blows and pressuring, they still keep it through all of the rounds. After the race while his celebration his win over Stewart, the raceway lights went off and as the lights went back on, Danny Ford appeared behind Williams and attack him.
Fox Racing debut and non-title race
Williams vs. Paul II
On October 3, 2019 after the Williams-Stewart race, Williams had part ways to Shift Racing for nine years, and two weeks later in November, Williams signed with Fox Racing. On October 13, 2019, Williams reported that he will raced Henry Paul in an re-match, however Paul decline the re-match. However on two months later on December 3, Williams confirmed that negotiations with Henry Paul is complete and will set at the event of Winter X Games XXIV at the Buttermilk Ski Area, in Pitkin County, Colorado on January 24, 2020. However on December 6, 2019 after three days after the confirmation of the Williams-Paul 2 race, Williams announced that he will have an tune-up race before the super-race before X Games. Williams went one to have an exhibtion race against Jorge Andino on December 17, 2019 at the Ford Raceway in Springdale, Arkansas which Williams won the exhibition race during forty five seconds into the round three.
Williams vs. Charlie
Williams will race against Thomas Charlie on February 15, 2020 at the Fox Raceway in Pala, California. This is also the first 2020 non-title race match. At the event, Williams quickly defeated Charlie.
Second return to Super 450cc
Williams vs. Peeters II
Peeters had recently had reported that he signed multiple year-contract with Ford Raceway, which also might be his last contract with professional motocross which his recent contract will expires around 2022 and become an semi-active racer. On February 22, 2020, it be announced that Peeters, aged 40, had an very good health and was making an comeback, and that he want to revenged his only loss, and future races. Two days later, Peeters announced that he will had a re-match against Charles Williams for the Super 450cc ONO title, the FIM and other lineal titles, at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels, Belgium on March 16, 2020.
Williams vs. Pérez II
Williams vs. Ford II
On September 25, 2019, it been reported that Danny Ford agreed to an massive bout exhibition races for upcoming races for 2020 Motocross Season, and had list of potential opponents for his races, including the most opponent, a re-match with Williams himself. Day before Williams-Stewart race, the Ford-Williams II are yet to be confirmed after the race on October 2, 2019. Danny Ford appeared behind Williams and attack him. On October 9, 2019, the ONO announced that retired undefeated racer Danny Ford will race for the final time for the 2019 season. Ford said that he "missed motocross racing" and have one more race left for 2019, and since he signed an multiple or various exhibition races for the following year. And the match will be confirmed for "professional race match", but it will be listed as "exhibition match" and will not listed as win or an loss, even any exhibition racing took place. This is the first time that Williams have an exhibition race. The race will took place on October 15, 2019, but it will be at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Williams vs. Andino
After an week after the announcement an re-match between Williams and Henry Paul on January 24, 2020, Williams announce that he taking on an race against Jorge Andino on December 17, 2019 at the Ford Raceway, in Springdale, Arkansas. At the event, Williams defeated Andino by grandprix.
Motorsports career results
|Gold||Won the X Games|
|Green||1st place (1)|
|Silver||2nd place (2)|
|Bronze||3rd place (3)|
|Bright||Finished, in points (4-20)|
|Blue||Finished, no points (21+)|
|Not classified (NC)|
|Red||Did not qualify (DNQ)|
|White||Did not start (DNS)|
|Blank||Did not participate|
|Withdrawn due to injury (INJ)|
|Race cancelled (C)|
Professional motocross record
|Professional record summary|
|69 races||64 wins||1 loss|
|69||Draw||64–1–4||Julián José Pérez||Apr 5, 2020||Fox Raceway, Pala, California|
|68||Draw||64–1–3||Leopold Peeters||Mar 16, 2020||King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels, Belgium||Retained the Super 450cc ONO title, the FIM and lineal MX titles|
|67||Win||64–1–2||Thomas Charlie||Feb 15, 2020||Fox Raceway, Pala, California|
|66||Draw||63–1–2||Henry Paul||Jan 24, 2020||Buttermilk Ski Area, Pitkin County, Colorado||Retained the Super 450cc ONO title, the FIM and lineal MX titles|
|65||Win||63–1–1||Malcolm Stewart||Oct 2, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas|
|64||Win||62–1–1||James Ryan||Sep 12, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|63||Win||61–1–1||Vann Martin||Sep 1, 2019||Fox Raceway, Pala, California||Retained the Super 450cc ONO title|
|62||Win||60–1–1||Wesley Johnston||Aug 24, 2019||Fox Raceway, Pala, California||Retained the Super 450cc ONO title|
|61||Win||59–1–1||Tommy Washington||Aug 10, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||Retained the FIM and lineal MX titles;|
Won the vacant Super 450cc ONO title
|60||Win||58–1–1||Leopold Peeters||Aug 2, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Won the X Games gold medal for the fourth time|
|59||Win||57–1–1||Henry Paul||Jul 16, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||Retained the 85cc (Super) ONO title|
|58||Win||56–1–1||Charles Kennedy||Jul 6, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Retained the 85cc (Super) ONO, the FIM and lineal MX titles|
|57||Win||55–1–1||Seth Jones||Jun 29, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||Retained the 85cc (Super) ONO, the FIM and lineal MX titles|
|56||Win||54–1–1||Yuta Suzuki||Jun 11, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||Retained the FIM and lineal MX titles;|
Won the 85cc (Super) ONO title
|55||Win||53–1–1||Charles Kennedy||Jun 2, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Retained the 150cc (Super) ONO title;|
Won the FIM and lineal MX titles
|54||Draw||52–1–1||Charles Kennedy||May 14, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Retained the 150cc (Super) ONO title;|
For the FIM and lineal MX titles
|53||Win||52–1||Rustem Nurbekov||May 1, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Won the 150cc (Super) ONO title|
|52||Win||51–1||Ayden Truchon||Apr 28, 2019||Pala Raceway, Irvine, California||Retained the The Track and lineal MX titles|
|51||Win||50–1||Jake Nicholls||Apr 12, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||Retained the The Track and lineal MX titles;|
Won the (Junior) GP, 150cc ONO and Light 250cc lineal titles
|50||Win||49–1||Tommy Washington||Mar 26, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|49||Win||48–1||Adrian Johnston||Mar 5, 2019||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California|
|48||Win||47–1||Tommy Washington||Feb 14, 2019||Staples Center, Los Angeles, California|
|47||Win||46–1||Jeff Ellison||Feb 1, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas|
|46||Win||45–1||Julián José Pérez||Jan 27, 2019||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||Won the X Games gold medal.|
|45||Win||44–1||John Pickle||Jan 12, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|44||Win||43–1||Jake Nicholls||Dec 23, 2018||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||Retained the OnO, The Track and lineal MX titles;|
Retained the 250cc FIM champion title
|43||Win||42–1||Ken De Dycker||Dec 15, 2018||Sherwood Raceway, Sherwood, Arkansas|
|42||Win||41–1||Jake Nicholls||Nov 25, 2018||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||Retained the OnO, The Track and lineal MX titles;|
Retained the 250cc FIM champion title
|41||Win||40–1||Jake Nicholls||Nov 19, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California||Retained the One-on-One, The Track and lineal MX titles;|
Won the vacant 250cc FIM champion title
|40||Win||39–1||Agustín Secada Reyes||Nov 3, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Retained the One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles;|
Won the vacant Super 450cc ONO title
|39||Win||38–1||Renato Cerqueira||Oct 24, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Retained the One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|38||Win||37–1||Elliot Herbert||Oct 20, 2018||Spotless Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney||Won the Gold medal for the second time|
|37||Win||36–1||Wesley Esquivias||Oct 15, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota|
|36||Win||35–1||Adrián Navarro||Oct 11, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California||Retained the One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|35||Win||34–1||James Ryan||Sep 25, 2018||Glen Helen Raceway, San Bernardino, California||Won the 2018 One-on-One, FIM, The Track and lineal MX titles|
|34||Win||33–1||Justin Parker||Aug 5, 2018||Lommel, Belgium|
|33||Win||32–1||Ryan Anderson Jr.||Jul 22, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Won the Gold medal for the first time|
|32||Win||31–1||Oscar De La Santa||May 19, 2018||Sherwood Raceway, Sherwood, Arkansas|
|31||Win||30–1||Jean-Pierre Tortelli||Apr 14, 2018||Agueda Raceway, Agueda, Portugal|
|30||Win||29–1||Jean-Pierre Tortelli||Mar 3, 2018||Villa La Angostura, Neuquén, Argentina|
|29||Loss||28–1||Danny Ford||Jan 26, 2018||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||Won Silver medal for the first time|
|28||Win||28–0||José Butrón||Nov 27, 2017||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||This was an One-on-One Match|
|27||Win||27–0||Maxime Desprey||Sep 17, 2017||Villars-sous-Écot, France||This was an One-on-One Match|
|26||Win||26–0||Mark S. Calaway||Aug 25, 2017||Houston, Texas|
|25||Win||25–0||Paul Mason Jr.||Mar 26, 2017||Near Ontario, New York|
|24||Win||24–0||Jan Sobieski||Nov 14, 2016||Modern Classic Motor Sports, Glendale, Arizona|
|23||Win||23–0||Kungawo Zuma||Jun 8, 2016||Southern Ontario, Canada|
|22||Win||22–0||José Núñez||Jun 4, 2016||Southern Ontario, Canada|
|21||Win||21–0||Daniel DeBlocke||May 25, 2016||Southern Ontario, Canada|
|20||Win||20–0||Fidenziano Di Lauro||May 12, 2016||Southern Ontario, Canada|
|19||Win||19–0||Eckart Kleinfeld||May 4, 2016||Southern Ontario, Canada|
|18||Win||18–0||Paul von Nurnberg||Apr 30, 2016||Southern Ontario, Canada|
|17||Win||17–0||Pieter St-Georges||May 17, 2015||Springdale, Arkansas||Loss the 2015 Championship|
|16||Win||16–0||Tom Johansson||May 5, 2015||Dublin, Ireland||Won the 2015 Championship|
|15||Win||15–0||Jeremy van Horebeek||Oct 18, 2014||Fayetteville, North Carolina|
|14||Win||14–0||Dennis Ullrich||Mar 9, 2014||Miami, Florida||Won the 2014 One-on-One Championship|
|13||Win||13–0||Matthias Walkner||Sep 8, 2013||Las Vegas, Nevada||Won the One-on-One championship|
|12||Win||12–0||Justin Matthews||Aug 23, 2013||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||One-on-One debut|
|11||Win||11–0||Michael Paul||Jul 7, 2013||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado|
|10||Win||10–0||Paul George Franz||Jun 30, 2013||Wall Stadium, Wall Township, New Jersey|
|9||Win||9–0||Antonio López Severino||Jun 19, 2013||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado|
|8||Win||8–0||Ryan James||Jun 3, 2013||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado|
|7||Win||7–0||Ryan James||May 27, 2013||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado|
|6||Win||6–0||Cain Wilson||May 5, 2013||Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|5||Win||5–0||Victor Diaz||Apr 29, 2013||Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|4||Win||4–0||Francis Anderson Jr.||Apr 12, 2013||Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|3||Win||3–0||Connor Derekson Harris||Apr 7, 2013||Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|2||Win||2–0||Seth Nathanelson||Mar 11, 2013||Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, California|
|1||Win||1–0||John Josephs||Mar 4, 2013||Port Imperial Street Circuit, West New York, New Jersey||Professional debut|
|2 wins (2 grandprix)|
|2||Win||N/A||Jorge Andino||Dec 17, 2019||Ford Raceway, Springdale, Arkansas||This is an exhibition race.|
|1||Win||N/A||Danny Ford||Oct 15, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||This is an exhibition race.|
X Games record
|Representing United States|
|Silver||Danny Ford||Jan 26, 2018||GEICO Music Stage, Aspen, Colorado||X Games Aspen 2018||0–1|
|Gold||Ryan Anderson Jr.||Jul 22, 2018||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||Danny W. Ford vs. Romain Callewaert II||1–1|
|Gold||Elliot Herbert||Oct 20, 2018||Spotless Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney||Danny W. Ford vs. Romain Callewaert II||2–1|
|Gold||Julián José Pérez||Jan 27, 2019||Spotless Stadium, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney||Charles N. Williams vs. Julián José Pérez||3–1|
|Won||Rustem Nurbekov||Jul 8, 2019||U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota||X Games Legends||4–1|
|Gold||Henry Paul||Jan 24, 2020||Buttermilk Ski Area, Pitkin County, Colorado||Winter X Games XXIV||5–1|
Titles in Motocross
Major Motocross titles
March 26, 2017
|Williams vs. Mason||The Best Ever||946,000||HBO||$3,100,000|
January 26, 2018
|Ford vs. Williams||Biggest One Yet||654,000||Racer X||$946,000|
September 25, 2018
|Ryan vs. Williams||Cousin vs. Cousin||700,000||$1,200,000|
November 19, 2018
|Williams vs. Nicholls||Long Time Coming||600,000||$950,000|
November 25, 2018
|Williams vs. Nicholls II||Misdirection||610,000||$940,000|
December 15, 2018
|Williams vs. De Dycker||Payback||710,000||$1,060,000|
December 23, 2018
|Williams vs. Nicholls III||The 21th Round||300,000||$530,000|
January 12, 2019
|Williams vs. Pickle||This Time In Dirtbikes||1,040,000||$1,200,000|
January 27, 2019
|Williams vs. Pérez||Battle for Greatness||890,000||$934,000|
February 1, 2019
|Williams vs. Ellison||God of Victory||1,790,000||$1,200,000|
February 24, 2019
|Williams vs. Washington||Finally, It's Happening!||2,230,000||$14,600,000|
March 5, 2019
|Williams vs. Johnston||The Return||2,600,300||HBO/Racer X||$13,450,000|
March 26, 2019
|Williams vs. Washington II||It's Go Time||1,790,000||HBO||$16,600,000|
April 12, 2019
|Williams vs. Nicholls IV||Race of the Decade||450,000||Racer X||$920,000|
April 28, 2019
|Williams vs. Truchon||April Madness||2,450,000||$11,300,000|
May 1, 2019
|Williams vs. Nurbekov||War of East and West||750,000||$13,600,000|
May 14, 2019
|Kennedy vs. Williams||Two Legends||1,900,000||$20,200,000|
June 2, 2019
|Kennedy vs. Williams II||Let's Race||2,400,000||$34,700,000|
June 11, 2019
|Williams vs. Suzuki||85cc Supremacy||500,000||$50,900,000|
June 29, 2019
|Williams vs. Jones||Racer Showdown||1,200,000||$6,100,000|
July 6, 2019
|Williams vs. Kennedy III||For the Final Time||4,100,000||$3,500,000|
July 16, 2019
|Williams vs. Paul||Super 85cc Madness||400,000||$9,243,000|
August 2, 2019
|Williams vs. Peeters||X Games Supremacy||600,000||$10,400,000|
August 10, 2019
|Williams vs. Washington III||So Long, So Dare||620,000||$8,400,000|
August 24, 2019
|Williams vs. Johnston||A New Record||670,000||$12,000,000|
September 1, 2019
|Williams vs. Martin||450cc Supremacy||930,000||$10,400,000|
January 24, 2020
|Williams vs. Paul II||This Time||940,500||$1,300,300|
February 15, 2020
|Williams vs. Charlie||Time is Now||500,000||$940,000|
March 16, 2020
|Williams vs. Peeters II||Unfinished Business||1,200,000||$3,500,000|
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|Professional motocross titles|
| One-on-One Champion
March 9, 2014
| One-on-One Champion|
May 5, 2015 - May 17, 2015
Danny W. Ford
| Rivalry on Championship
2018 – present