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JAMIE COX PROFESSIONAL BOXER

An exciting, hard-hitting and stylish southpaw, Jamie Cox is attracting the same level of attention in the professional ranks that made him an amateur boxing star.

Although just 24 years old, he has crammed more into a decade than most boxers can manage in a lifetime. After winning a NABC light welterweight title that underlined his status as the best UK teenager at his weight, Jamie went on to capture the 2004/05 English ABA crown with a stunning performance over Eddie Corcoran – the first member of the Walcot Boys ABC to triumph on Amateur Boxing’s Night of the Year. Not surprisingly, he was quickly added to the England Senior squad (he had previously represented his country at junior level) and immediately proved himself by capturing the Four Nations crown – seeing off the best that Ireland, Scotland and Wales had to offer.

Standing at the top of the podium at major international tournaments became a regular occurrence, culminating with a gold medal around his neck at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.

Jamie then faced a dilemma about which way his talent should be directed – should he look to add Olympic Gold to his collection or was this the time to trade in his vest and go professional? Countless managers were knocking on his door before he decided to sign with Frank Warren. A polished points win over Johnny Greaves heralded his entry into the paid ranks at London’s 02 Arena on July 14, 2007 and he has had his arm raised in triumph at all of his professional contests. Six of those wins came inside the distance, with 3 first round knock- outs. After initially being guided by Richie Woodhall in Birmingham when he began his professional career, Jamie then trained with Paddy Fitzpatrick at his Swindon Boxing Academy Gym. Jamie now trains in Birmingham with experienced trainer John Costello.
THE RECORD



Pro Record to Date

Jamie Cox

Honors
Won 16 (KOs 9)
Lost 0
Drew 0
NC 0
ND 0
Total 16

Gender: Male
Date of Birth: 24 Aug 1986
Birthplace: Swindon
Hometown: Swindon
Country: England
Division: Light middleweight
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.778 m)
Style: Southpaw
Promoter: P J Rowson
Trainer: John Breem

2011 Commonwealth Light Middleweight Champion
2008 BBC West Young Sports Personality
2007 BBC West NAT-WEST Best Newcomer
NAPYC’S Champion at 17
4 Nations Champion
6 Nations Champion
A.B.A Finalist at 17
A.B.A Champion 2006
Commonwealth Games Gold 2006
Represented country over 20 times
98 Amateur Fights losing 16

Pro Record Details

 




2011-09-09 Obodai Sia

Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London, UK

W PTS

12 12x3
2011-05-21 Marcus Portman
02 Arena, London, UK
W TKO
3 8x3
2010-02-13 Michael Frontin
Wembley Arena, London, UK
W PTS
8 8X3
2009-10-30 Manoocha Salari
2009-07-24 Janos Petrovics

Echo Arena, Monarchs Quay, Liverpool, UK
Oasis Leisure Centre, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

W KO
W PTS

3 8x3
8 8x3
2009-04-24 Mark Lloyd

Civic Centre, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, UK

W KO
8 8x3
2009-02-13 Jason Rushton
Oasis Leisure Centre, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

W KO
1 8x3
2008-12-06 Ernie Smith
ExCel Arena, Dockland, London, UK
W KO
1 6x3
2008-10-17 Billy Smith
Oasis Leisure Centre, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

W KO
5 6x3
2008-09-12 Steve Conkin
Grosvenor House, Mayfair, London, UK
W KO
3 6x3
2008-06-21 Billy Smith
National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, West Midlands, UK

W PTS
6 6x3
2008-03-22 David Kehoe
International Arena, Cardiff, Wales, UK
W KO
1 4x3
2007-12-08 Surinder Sekhon
Bolton Arena, Bolton, Lancashire, UK
W KO
3 4x3
2007-11-03 David Kirk
Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, UK
W PTS
4 4x3
2007-10-13 Duncan Cottier
York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, UK
W PTS
4 4x3
2007-07-14 Johnny Greaves
O2 Arena (Millenium Dome), Greenwich, London, UK

W PTS
4 4x3