19 January 1972
|Residence||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Height||188 cm (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||222.75 lb (101 kg; 15 st 13 lb)|
|Reach||196 cm (77.2 in)|
|Years active||1993 - 1999, 2001|
|Professional boxing record|
|Boxing record from BoxRec|
last updated on: 6 February 2017
Toakipa Tasefa (born 19 January 1972, Niue) is a Niuean retired professional boxer who competed from 1993 to 2001.
Tasefa Has fought in multiple countries in his career including New Zealand, USA, Australia, Japan, French Polynesia and Russia. Tasefa was managed by Mike Edwards.
|32 fights||27 wins||3 losses|
|32||Loss||27–3–2||UD||12||28 Sep 2001||For WBA-PABA heavyweight title|
|31||Win||27–2–2||TKO||7 (12)||16 Mar 2001||Won vacant OBA heavyweight title|
|30||Win||26–2–2||TKO||8 (10)||5 Sep 1999|
|29||Win||25–2–2||UD||12||10 Apr 1999||Retained WBC-OPBF heavyweight title|
|28||Win||24–2–2||TKO||6 (6)||28 Mar 1999|
|27||Win||23–2–2||KO||4 (6)||6 Feb 1999|
|26||Win||22–2–2||TKO||2 (12)||31 Oct 1998||Won vacant WBC-OPBF heavyweight title|
|2 Oct 1998||For vacant WBA-PABA heavyweight title|
|24||Win||21–1–2||KO||1 (6)||19 Jul 1998|
|23||Win||20–1–2||PTS||6||2 Apr 1998|
|22||Win||19–1–2||TKO||12 (12)||19 Feb 1998||Won vacant NZBA heavyweight title|
|21||Win||18–1–2||KO||3 (10)||16 Nov 1997|
|20||Win||17–1–2||KO||2 (8)||13 Jun 1997|
|19||Win||16–1–2||TKO||3 (6)||1 May 1997|
|18||Win||15–1–2||KO||6 (10)||4 Apr 1997|
|17||Win||14–1–2||KO||4 (10)||8 Dec 1996|
|16||Win||13–1–2||KO||4 (10)||6 Jun 1996|
|15||Win||12–1–2||PTS||8||21 Mar 1996|
|14||Win||11–1–2||KO||2 (10)||25 Jan 1996|
|13||Win||10–1–2||KO||4 (6)||2 Dec 1995|
|12||Win||9–1–2||TKO||3 (6)||26 Aug 1995|
|11||Win||8–1–2||TKO||3 (6)||12 Aug 1995|
|10||Draw||7–1–2||PTS||4||20 May 1995|
|9||Win||7–1–1||PTS||4||15 Apr 1995|
|8||Win||6–1–1||TKO||3 (4)||18 Mar 1995|
|7||Win||5–1–1||KO||2 (6)||11 Feb 1995|
|6||Draw||4–1–1||TKO||4||28 Jan 1995|
|5||Win||4–1||TKO||3 (4)||10 Dec 1994|
|4||Loss||3–1||UD||6||10 Sep 1994|
|3||Win||3–0||TKO||3 (6)||13 Aug 1994|
|2||Win||2–0||KO||2 (6)||14 May 1994|
|1||Win||1–0||PTS||6||11 Dec 1993|
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