Togasilimai Letoa

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Togasilimai Letoa
BornTogasilimai Letoa
(1982-04-16) 16 April 1982 (age 39)
Lalomauga, Samoa
ResidenceApia, Samoa
Nationality Samoan
Weight174.5 lb (79 kg; 12 st 7 lb)
Division Light Heavyweight
Stance Southpaw
Years active2007–present
Professional boxing record
By knockout8
By knockout6
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
last updated on: 28 January 2017

Togasilimai Letoa (born 16 April 1982, Lalomauga, Samoa) is Samoan professional boxer.


Letoa has fought for six regional belts in his career, including winning the WBCOPBF Light Heavyweight title against Manny Vlamis. Letoa is the first and currently Samoan National Light Heavyweight Champion, winning the title against Miki Otto Ropati in 2009. Letoa has fought in a few countries including Samoa, New Zealand, Australia and New Caledonia.

Professional boxing titles

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
36 fights16 wins19 losses
By knockout86
By decision813


No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
36Lose16–19–1 Jai Opetaia TKO1 (4)10 February 2017Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
35Lose16–18–1 Sam Rapira [3] UD82 April 2016 TSB Stadium, New Plymouth, New Zealand
34Lose16–17–1Jake CarrTKO6 (8) 1:418 August 2015North Sydney Rugby League Club, Cammeray, New South Wales, Australia
33Win16–16–1 Joseph Kwadjo UD107 July 2015Apia, Samoa
32Lose15–16–1 Robert Berridge TKO5 (8) 1:186 March 2015Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton, Victoria, Australia
31Win15–15–1Sakeasi DakuaTKO1 (6) 2:487 December 2014Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
30Lose14–15–1 Adrian Taihia [4] UD1222 May 2014Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland, New Zealand WBAPABA light heavyweight title
29Lose14–14–1Affif BelghechamPTS629 March 2014Omnisports Stadium, Noumea, New Caledonia
28Win14–13–1Falanisisi MamoeUD619 December 2013Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
27Lose13–13–1 Rohan Murdock MD620 September 2013Southport Sharks AFL Club, Southport, Queensland, Australia
26Lose13–12–1 Damien Hooper KO5 (6) 0:378 August 2013Southport RSL Club, Southport, Queensland, Australia
25Win13–11–1Faimasasa Tavu'iPTS430 May 2013Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
24Lose12–11–1 Garth Wood TKO9 (12) 1:1215 February 2013All Sorts Arena, Alexandria, New South Wales, Australiavacant WBAPABA light heavyweight title
23Lose12–10–1Tyrone JonesUD630 November 2012Mansfield Tavern, Mansfield, Queensland, Australia
22Win12–9–1Manny VlamisTKO3 (12) 2:1630 March 2012Town Hall, Malvern, Victoria, Australia WBCOPBF light heavyweight title
21Lose11–9–1Xavier LucasUD620 November 2011Cockburn Basketball Stadium, Hamilton Hill, Western Australia, Australia
20Draw11–8–1Jeremy AllanPTS65 August 2011Goldfields Oasis Recreation Centre, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia
19Lose11–8 Blake Caparello TKO1 (6) 2:5913 May 2011The Melbourne Pavilion, Flemington, Victoria, Australia
18Lose11–7 Robbie Bryant UD1212 March 2011WA Italian Club, Perth, Western Australia, Australiavacant WBAPABA middleweight title
17Lose11–6Serge YannickUD123 December 2010Town Hall, Coburg, Victoria, Australiainterim WBAPABA super middleweight title
16Lose11–5 Jamie Pittman UD631 October 2010Olympic Park Sports Centre, Homebush, New South Wales, Australia
15Lose11–4Tim BellUD1013 February 2010Tribal Punishment Gym, Epping, Victoria, Australia
14Lose11–3 Soulan Pownceby UD1228 August 2009 ASB Stadium, Kohimarama, New Zealand vacant WBO Asia Pacific light heavyweight title
13Win11–2Uale LeotaTKO4 (6)29 July 2009South Pacific Boxing Arena, Vaiusu Bay, Samoa
12Lose10–2Michael BollingUD69 July 2009Luna Park, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
11Win10–1Panapa SeveKO2 (4) 2:002 June 2009Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
10Win9–1Alapati KitionaKO1 (10) 2:4630 April 2009Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, SamoaSamoa National light heavyweight title
9Win8–1Faitua Shine KaloloTKO1 (6)21 April 2009Leisure Centre, Otara, New Zealand
8Win7–1Miki Otto RopatiUD1031 January 2009Marist Hall, Apia, Samoavacant Samoa National light heavyweight title
7Win6–1Rhys KingKO5 (6)25 November 2008Leisure Centre, Otara, New Zealand
6Win5–1Alapati KitionaTKO6 (6) 2:008 October 2008Vaiusu Boxing Arena, Vaiusu, Samoa
5Lose4–1 Soulan Pownceby MD416 September 2008Leisure Centre, Otara, New Zealand
4Win4–0Samuelu TogafitiUD422 March 2008Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
3Win3–0Uale LeotaUD68 February 2008Faleata Sports Complex Gym 1, Apia, Samoa
2Win2–0Ielome LisakiUD617 November 2007The Chinese Hall, Apia, Samoa
1Win1–0Ioane TalamaugaUD62 June 2007The Chinese Hall, Apia, SamoaProfessional debut

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