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Tony Thornton (November 8, 1959 – September 10, 2009 in Camden, New Jersey) was an American professional boxer who died of a motorcycle accident on 10 September 2009. During his career as a professional boxer, Tony fought three times for the world Super Middleweight Championship. Tony attended West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
Thornton was also a Postal Mail Carrier, working for 25 years at Bellmawr Post Office where he became supervisor.
|37 Wins (26 knockouts, 11 decisions), 7 Losses (2 knockouts, 5 decisions), 1 Draw|
|Loss||29-0||TKO||3||30/09/1995||IBF World Super Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 0:45 of the third round.|
|Win||14-1-2||TKO||2||17/01/1995||IBF USBA Super Middleweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:49 of the second round.|
|Loss||39-0-2||UD||12||29/10/1993||IBF World Super Middleweight Title. 110-118, 110-118, 112-116.|
|Win||27-3||UD||10||16/03/1993||99-92, 99-91, 100-90.|
|Win||13-13||SD||8||05/02/1993||78-75, 76-77, 77-75.|
|Loss||32-0||UD||12||19/09/1992||WBO World Super Middleweight Title. 113-115, 113-116, 112-117.|
|Win||10-12||KO||1||11/06/1992||Shabazz knocked out at 0:49 of the first round.|
|Win||12-5-2||UD||10||19/11/1991||97-93, 97-93, 98-92.|
|Win||23-1||TKO||2||27/08/1990||Referee stopped the bout at 0:39 of the second round.|
|Win||13-3-1||SD||10||12/02/1990||46-45, 44-46, 47-43.|
|Loss||13-5||RTD||6||20/11/1989||Thornton retired after the sixth round due to closed eye.|
|Win||3-13||UD||10||25/09/1989||98-91, 98-91, 97-92.|
|Loss||14-0||MD||12||16/07/1989||IBF USBA Middleweight Title. 110-117, 112-116, 114-114.|
|Loss||17-4-1||UD||12||21/03/1989||IBF USBA Middleweight Title. 110-118, 112-116, 113-115.|
|Win||22-4-1||UD||12||10/01/1989||IBF USBA Middleweight Title. 115-113, 116-111, 118-109.|
|Loss||28-5-3||MD||13||06/11/1987||IBF USBA Middleweight Title. 124-124, 123-125, 123-124.|
|Draw||13-16-1||PTS||10||25/08/1987||96-95, 96-96, 95-95.|
|Win||11-11||TKO||5||01/06/1987||Referee stopped the bout at 2:56 of the fifth round.|
|Win||8-1||RTD||5||05/03/1987||Blanco failed to come out for the sixth round.|
|Win||21-11-1||TKO||10||07/02/1986||Referee stopped the bout at 0:26 of the tenth round.|
|Win||4-9-3||TKO||2||05/11/1985||Referee stopped the bout at 2:37 of the second round.|
|Win||5-3||TKO||6||05/09/1985||Referee stopped the bout at 2:12 of the sixth round.|
|Win||1-2||TKO||2||01/07/1985||Referee stopped the bout at 0:52 of the second round.|
|Win||4-8-1||SD||6||04/02/1985||3-5, 6-2, 6-2.|
|Win||0-2-1||TKO||2||30/10/1984||Referee stopped the bout at 1:49 of the second round.|
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