Tom Dallas

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Tom Dallas
Weight(s) Heavyweight
Height6 ft 6 in (198 cm)
Reach78 in (198 cm)
Born (1985-04-23) 23 April 1985 (age 38)
Chatham, Kent, England
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights27
Wins by KO12

Tom Dallas (born 23 April 1985) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 2008 to 2017.


Professional career

Dallas fought on the undercard of Wladimir Klitschko vs. Bryant Jennings and was part of the international television broadcast. [1] In that fight he lost by way of a first round TKO to Charles Martin for the NABO Heavyweight Title. [2]

Dallas also fought in the Prizefighter series. [3]

Professional boxing record

27 fights17 wins10 losses
By knockout129
By decision51
No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
27Loss17–10 David Allen TKO3 (4), 0:3722 Jul 2017Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, England
26Loss17–9Adam MachajTKO2 (4), 2:2119 May 2017Bolton Whites Hotel, Bolton, England
25Loss17–8Bill HodgsonPTS415 Apr 2017Hilton Hotel, Blackpool, England
24Loss17–7Tom LittleTKO1 (10), 0:5911 Feb 2017York Hall, London, England
23Loss17–6 Igor Mihaljević TKO2 (6), 2:5629 Oct 2016Maidstone Leisure Centre, Maidstone, England
22Loss17–5 Charles Martin TKO1 (10), 2:5625 Apr 2015 Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, U.S.For WBONABO heavyweight title
21Loss17–4 Ian Lewison TKO2 (10), 1:187 Sep 2013York Hall, London, EnglandFor vacant Southern Area heavyweight title
20Win17–3Tomas MrazekPTS613 Jul 2013York Hall, London, England
19Loss16–3 Tor Hamer TKO1 (3), 0:2920 Jun 2012York Hall, London, EnglandPrizefighter 25: heavyweight semi-final
18Win16–2Tom LittleTKO3 (3), 1:5220 Jun 2012York Hall, London, England Prizefighter 25: heavyweight quarter-final
17Loss15–2 Matt Skelton TKO5 (8), 1:003 Mar 2012 Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, England
16Loss15–1 David Price TKO2 (10), 2:4511 Jun 2011 Liverpool Olympia, Liverpool, England
15Win15–0Zack PagePTS813 May 2011Medway Park Leisure Centre, Gillingham, England
14Win14–0Gabor FarkasTKO3 (6), 2:3418 Mar 2011Medway Park Leisure Centre, Gillingham, England
13Win13–0Werner KreiskottKO1 (6), 1:545 Feb 2011Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, England
12Win12–0Paul MorrisTKO3 (6), 2:5516 Oct 2010Troxy, London, England
11Win11–0Daniil PeretyatkoPTS625 Jun 2010Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, England
10Win10–0 Lee Swaby KO1 (6), 1:5414 May 2010Goresbrook Leisure Centre, London, England
9Win9–0Yavor MarinchevRTD2 (6), 3:0022 Jan 2010Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, England
8Win8–0Jevgenijs StamburskisTKO1 (6), 2:4011 Dec 2009Newport Centre, Newport, Wales
7Win7–0Mihaly NemetTKO1 (6), 1:1411 Sep 2009 Brentwood Centre, Brentwood, England
6Win6–0Stas BilokonTKO2 (4), 2:1330 Jun 2009York Hall, London, England
5Win5–0Slavomir SelickyTKO1 (4), 1:1823 Apr 2009 Troxy, London, England
4Win4–0Ben HardingTKO1 (4), 1:5820 Mar 2009Newham Leisure Centre, London, England
3Win3–0Howard DaleyTKO2 (4), 2:0715 Nov 2008York Hall, London, England
2Win2–0Aleksandrs SelezensPTS417 Oct 2008York Hall, London, England
1Win1–0Vlado SzaboPTS413 Sep 2008 York Hall, London, England

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  1. "Klitschko-Jennings: Charles Martin Faces Tom Dallas - Boxing News". 22 April 2015.
  2. "Tom Dallas loses to Charles Martin in first round knockout at Madison Square Garden in New York in WBO NABO title fight". Kent Online. 25 April 2015.
  3. "Chatham boxer Tom Dallas says place in prizefighter series has brought back his fighting passion". Kent Online. 28 May 2012.