Chris Pyatt

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Chris Pyatt
Boxers Pyatt, Christie, Cook and Watson 2008.JPG
Chris Pyatt (second right) with veteran boxers Errol Christie (left), James Cook and Michael Watson (right) in February 2008
Medal record
Men's Boxing
Competitor for  England
Commonwealth Games
Gold 1982 Brisbane Welterweight

Chris Pyatt is a former world middleweight champion boxer from Leicester, England. Born in Islington on 2 July 1963 his record reads:

Won 47 (KOs 34) | Lost 5 | Drew 0 | NC 0 | ND 0 | Tot 52

He won the WBO belt against Sumbu Kalambay on 19 May 1993 but lost it against Steve Collins on 11 May 1994 after 2 successful defences.[1]

Currently Pyatt works with professional fighters only.

Achievements
Vacant
Title last held by
Said Skouma
EBU Light Middleweight Champion
17 September 1986 - 28 January 1987
Succeeded by
Gianfranco Rosi
Preceded by
Gerald McClennan
Vacated
WBO Middleweight Champion
19 May 1993 – 11 May 1994
Succeeded by
Steve Collins
Preceded by
Kevin Kelly
Commonwealth Light Middleweight Champion
16 December 1995 – 6 July 1996
Succeeded by
Steve Foster

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