Shane Cameron

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Shane Cameron
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Real nameShane Aaron Cameron
Weight(s) Cruiserweight
Heavyweight
Height1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Reach187 cm (74 in)
NationalityNew Zealander
Born (1977-10-17) 17 October 1977 (age 43)
Tiniroto, New Zealand
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights34
Wins29
Wins by KO22
Losses5

Shane Aaron Cameron (born 17 October 1977) is a New Zealand professional boxer. He is a former Commonwealth cruiserweight champion, having also held several regional titles at heavyweight. As an amateur he won a bronze medal in the heavyweight division at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Outside of boxing, he placed fifth in the 2015 series of Dancing With the Stars New Zealand.

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Amateur career

He beat Adam Forsyth for the 2001 New Zealand heavyweight crown and lost to Jason Douglas in the semi-finals of the 91 kg Commonwealth Games, winning a bronze medal.

Professional career

Cameron made his professional debut on 28 November 2002, with a third-round knockout victory over Winston Palu in the Auckland suburb of Kohimarama. He defeated Shane Wijohn on 4 December 2004 in Auckland to win the New Zealand Heavyweight title, which he would later vacate in order to pursue international titles.

On 28 July 2006 in Auckland, Cameron added two more championships to his record, with a 10th-round technical knockout of Roger Izonritei. With that win, he captured the vacant WBA Pan African Heavyweight title, as well as Izonritei's International Boxing Federation(IBF) Pan Pacific title.

In October 2006, ranked 14th worldwide by the IBF, he was for the first time ranked ahead of fellow countryman and world heavyweight title contender David Tua. Cameron formally challenged Tua, declaring: "David Tua said on television a while back 'Shane who?' but if he looks at who is ranked, I am, he's not, so he knows who I am now: and if he gets in the ring with me, he will know." [1]

In December 2006, Cameron enjoyed his 17th consecutive victory as a professional, via a 9th round TKO of South African Osborne Machimana in Christchurch, thus retaining his WBA Pan African heavyweight title. [2] [3]

After the fight Cameron once again called for a match with Tua. However Tua's adviser Inga Tuigamala responded: "I know Shane Cameron has been banging the drum and wants to get it on with David, but from David's perspective, Shane is still on his way up the ladder and at the moment a fight between them would be of more benefit to Shane than David." [4] [5]

On 7 March 2007 Cameron fought Australian boxing veteran Bob Mirovic in an Anthony Mundine undercard fight at the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Despite breaking his right hand in the first round and suffering cuts above both eyes, Cameron knocked Mirovic out in the eighth round via a left hook to the Australian's forehead to again retain his WBA Pan African title.

Once again a challenge was extended to Tua, with Cameron's camp offering the fellow Kiwi NZ$250,000 to step into the ring. After the match Cameron's New Zealand manager Ken Reinsfield stated "We'd fight Tua in a heartbeat, but you can see why Tua doesn't want to fight him." [6]

Cameron added a third title to his collection on 28 June 2007, with a first-round TKO win over a jet-lagged Brazilian Jucimar Hipolito for the vacant World Boxing Organization Asia Pacific Heavyweight title. Jucimar was a late replacement to Kelvin Davis who broke his back after jumping off a bridge to avoid a car in a night time training run.

On 2 November 2007, Cameron suffered his first professional defeat at the hands of Friday Ahunanya. Cameron lost by a 12th round TKO decision after he was sent to the canvas twice after Ahunanya opened up bleeding cuts above Cameron's eyes. With this loss, Cameron surrendered all the titles he previously held. Cuts to both eyes hampered his vision (cut right eye in round 3, cut left eye in round 9) and ability to avoid punches from his opponent in the later rounds. Even heading into round 12, according to commentators, he was leading on points. Cameron's management still had high hopes for his future and stated that they would allow three months for the cuts to heal properly before his next fight. [7]

On 11 April 2008 Cameron fought American Heavyweight Jonathan Haggler, Haggler's record being 18 wins and 2 losses. Cameron knocked out Haggler in the eighth round. Winning the fight meant Cameron claimed the WBO Oriental, WBO Asia-Pacific and IBF Pan-Pacific belts. He bled only slightly from above his left eyebrow, which had been recently operated on.

Cameron then fought American Kevin Montiy on 28 June 2008 knocking him out in the 5th round. With that win Cameron defended his IBF Pan Pacific heavyweight title and his WBO Oriental heavyweight title. Cameron later stated "The Montiy fight was one of my best performances to date. I had my best camp, great sparring and my conditioning was great as always". [8]

A fight between David Tua and Shane Cameron took place in Hamilton, New Zealand on 3 October 2009. The fight was dubbed "The Fight of The Century" by promoters John McRae and David Higgins, both boxers were guaranteed $500,000 in prize money with the winner expected to get a win bonus. Despite the hype, the fight was one-sided. Tua knocked Cameron down twice in the first round, with a series of trademark left hooks. Due to an adjudicating error, Cameron was not counted out and survived to the end of the round. However, Tua exploded onto him in the first 7 seconds of the second round, backing Cameron up onto the ropes before throwing nearly 20 punches (most of which cleanly connected) to Cameron's head. As Cameron sank to the canvas, the referee stepped in to stop the fight. Losing meant Cameron surrendered his IBF Pan-Pacific, WBO Oriental and WBO Asia-Pacific belts.

Cameron defeated John Hopoate via disqualification in Melbourne, Australia, on 18 March 2010. The fight ended 43 seconds into the second round of a scheduled 10 round bout. Cameron followed up this with unanimous decision victories against Daniel Ammann and Anthony McCracken. The latter served as a final eliminator for the commonwealth cruiserweight title which Cameron fought for in his next bout against Dominic Vea. The bout took place on 20 July 2011 on the undercard of the Danny Green vs Antonio Tarver IBO cruiserweight title fight, and saw Cameron become the new commonwealth champion when he knocked out Vea in round 12.

Cameron fought Monte Barrett on 5 July 2012 for NZPBA title eliminator match (The winner would likely face Sonny Bill Williams). [9] Three days before the fight, Cameron said his preparation for the Barrett fight had been "superb" and he was feeling good about it. He knocked out Barrett in the 4th round with an overhand right. With the win Cameron redeemed his loss to David Tua and accepted a challenge from Danny Green for the vacant IBO Cruiserweight title to be held on 21 November in Melbourne, Australia. [10]

He lost to Danny Green by unanimous points decision in Melbourne on 21 November 2012.

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
34 fights29 wins5 losses
By knockout223
By decision62
By disqualification10
No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
34Loss29–5 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Kali Meehan UD1022 November 2014 Flag of New Zealand.svg North Shore Events Centre, Auckland, New ZealandFor vacant WBA Pan-African heavyweight title
33Loss29–4 Flag of the United States.svg Brian Minto RTD7 (12), 3:0014 December 2013 Flag of New Zealand.svg The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New ZealandFor vacant WBO Oriental heavyweight title
32Loss29–3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Danny Green UD1221 November 2012 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Hisense Arena, Melbourne, AustraliaFor vacant IBO cruiserweight title
31Win29–2 Flag of the United States.svg Monte Barrett KO4 (12), 0:185 July 2012 Flag of New Zealand.svg SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland, New ZealandWon WBO Asia-Pacific and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
30Win28–2 Flag of New Zealand.svg Monty Betham UD63 December 2011 Flag of New Zealand.svg The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
29Win27–2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Dominic Vea KO12 (12), 1:3720 July 2011 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AustraliaWon Commonwealth cruiserweight title
28Win26–2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Anthony McCracken UD1217 November 2010 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Challenge Stadium, Perth, AustraliaWon vacant IBO Asia-Pacific cruiserweight title
27Win25–2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Daniel Ammann UD1021 July 2010 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Challenge Stadium, Perth, Australia
26Win24–2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg John Hopoate DQ2 (12), 0:4318 March 2010 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, Australia
25Loss23–2 Flag of New Zealand.svg David Tua KO2 (12), 0:163 October 2009 Flag of New Zealand.svg Mystery Creek Events Centre, Hamilton, New ZealandLost WBO Asia-Pacific and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
24Win23–1 Flag of the United States.svg Robert DavisTKO11 (12)7 March 2009 Flag of New Zealand.svg Rugby Park, Gisborne, New ZealandRetained IBF Pan-Pacific heavyweight title
23Win22–1 Flag of the United States.svg Terry SmithUD1227 September 2008 Flag of New Zealand.svg Town Hall, Christchurch, New ZealandRetained WBO Asia-Pacific and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
22Win21–1 Flag of the United States.svg Kevin MontiyTKO5 (12), 2:1228 July 2008 Flag of New Zealand.svg TSB Bank Arena, Wellington, New ZealandRetained IBF Pan-Pacific and WBO Oriental heavyweight titles
21Win20–1 Flag of the United States.svg Jonathan HagglerKO7 (12), 2:5511 April 2008 Flag of New Zealand.svg SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland, New ZealandWon interim WBO Asia-Pacific and vacant WBO Oriental heavyweight titles;
Retained IBF Pan-Pacific heavyweight title
20Loss19–1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Friday Ahunanya TKO12 (12), 2:142 November 2007 Flag of New Zealand.svg SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland, New ZealandFor vacant PABA and interim WBA NABA heavyweight titles;
Lost WBO Asia-Pacific heavyweight title
19Win19–0 Flag of Brazil.svg Jucimar Francisco HipólitoTKO1 (12)28 June 2007 Flag of New Zealand.svg The Trusts Arena, Auckland, New ZealandWon vacant WBO Asia-Pacific heavyweight title;
Retained IBF Pan-Pacific and WBA Pan-African heavyweight titles
18Win18–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Bob Mirovic KO8 (12), 2:507 March 2007 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Entertainment Centre, SydneyRetained WBA Pan-African heavyweight title
17Win17–0 Flag of South Africa.svg Osborne MachimanaTKO9 (12)1 December 2006 Flag of New Zealand.svg Cowles Stadium, Christchurch, New ZealandRetained IBF Pan-Pacific and WBA Pan-African heavyweight titles
16Win16–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Roger IzonriteiTKO10 (12)28 July 2006 Flag of New Zealand.svg ABA Stadium, Auckland, New ZealandWon IBF Pan-Pacific and vacant WBA Pan-African heavyweight titles
15Win15–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Hiriwa Te RangiTKO2 (8), 1:4527 May 2006 Flag of New Zealand.svg The Centre, Kerikeri, New Zealand
14Win14–0 Flag of the United States.svg James WaltonMD105 November 2005 Flag of the United States.svg Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada, U.S.
13Win13–0 Flag of Nigeria.svg Adele OlakanyeTKO4 (8), 0:511 October 2005 Flag of the United States.svg Events Center, Reno, Nevada, U.S.
12Win12–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Colin WilsonTKO7 (12)29 April 2005 Flag of New Zealand.svg ASB Stadium, Auckland, New ZealandWon vacant Australasian heavyweight title
11Win11–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Auckland AuimatagiTKO2 (10), 2:234 March 2005 Flag of New Zealand.svg Civic Centre, Feilding, New ZealandRetained NZPBA heavyweight title
10Win10–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Shane WijohnTKO4 (12), 0:424 December 2004 Flag of New Zealand.svg SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland, New ZealandWon vacant NZPBA heavyweight title
9Win9–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Richard TutakiKO3 (8)30 September 2004 Flag of New Zealand.svg ABA Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand
8Win8–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Hiriwa Te RangiUD823 July 2004 Flag of New Zealand.svg Civic Centre, Feilding, New Zealand
7Win7–0 Flag of Brazil.svg Gilberto MeloTKO4 (6)5 June 2004 Flag of New Zealand.svg SkyCity Convention Centre, Auckland, New Zealand
6Win6–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Richard KempTKO2 (6), 2:5319 January 2004 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Entertainment Centre, Wollongong, Australia
5Win5–0 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Shane NorfordTKO2 (6)13 November 2003 Flag of New Zealand.svg Westrust Centre, Christchurch, New Zealand
4Win4–0 Flag of the United States.svg Vernon WoodwardTKO1 (4), 2:4012 July 2003 Flag of the United States.svg Caesars Tahoe, Stateline, Nevada, U.S.
3Win3–0 Flag of the United States.svg Jeff LindseyTKO1 (4), 0:467 June 2003 Flag of the United States.svg Flamingo Hilton, Laughlin, Nevada, U.S.
2Win2–0 Flag of the United States.svg Alphonzo DavisKO2 (4), 2:5924 May 2003 Flag of the United States.svg Hilton Casino Resort, Reno, Nevada, U.S.
1Win1–0 Flag of New Zealand.svg Winston PaluKO3 (4)28 November 2002 Flag of New Zealand.svg ABA Stadium, Auckland, New ZealandProfessional debut

Filmography

Films
YearTitleRoleNotes
2011TenderHimselfShort film
Television series
YearSeriesRoleNotes
2006 Pulp Sport Himself
2008 Shortland Street Himself Cameo appearance
2009CodeHimself
2009 Close Up Himself
Country Calendar HimselfDocumentary
SportsCafe Himself
Game of Two-HalvesHimself
2015 Jono and Ben Himself
2015 Dancing with the Stars Himself

Awards and recognitions

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Sporting positions
Regional boxing titles
Vacant
Title last held by
Fonomanu Sekona
NZPBA heavyweight champion
4 December 2004 – 8 February 2012
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Sonny Bill Williams
Vacant
Title last held by
Craig Petersen
Australasian heavyweight champion
29 April 2005 – 22 November 2014
Vacated
Incumbent
Preceded by
Roger Izonritei
IBF Pan-Pacific heavyweight champion
28 July 2006 – 2 September 2010
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Kali Meehan
New title WBA Pan-African heavyweight champion
28 July 2006 – 2 April 2009
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Thamsanqa Dube
Vacant
Title last held by
Dennis Bakhtov
WBO Asia-Pacific heavyweight champion
28 June 2007 – 2 November 2007
Succeeded by
Friday Ahunanya
Vacant
Title last held by
Friday Ahunanya
WBO Asia-Pacific heavyweight champion
11 April 2008 – 3 October 2009
Succeeded by
David Tua
New title WBO Oriental heavyweight champion
11 April 2008 – 3 October 2009
New title IBO Asia-Pacific cruiserweight champion
17 November 2010 – 18 November 2011
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Brad Pitt
Preceded by
Dominic Vea
Commonwealth cruiserweight champion
20 July 2011 – 22 February 2014
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Tony Conquest
Preceded by
Monte Barrett
WBO Asia-Pacific heavyweight champion
5 July 2012 – 21 December 2012
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Alex Leapai
WBO Oriental heavyweight champion
5 July 2012 – 21 December 2012
Vacated