Michael Lomax (boxer)
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|Real name||Michael Lomax|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
25 September 1978 |
|Wins by KO||2|
Michael Lomax (born 25 September 1978 in Chingford, London is a British Welterweight boxer. Nicknamed "The Look", Lomax is a former ABA champion and was the winner of Prizefighter 3: The Welterweights
In July 2005, at the age of 25, Lomax began his professional boxing career with a decision victory over journeyman Ernie Smith. Lomax boxed his way to a 10-0 record before a points draw with Silence Saheed ended his winning run in March 2007. On 6 July 2007, Lomax was outclassed on his way to a points defeat to Craig Watson.
During the Prizefighter tournament held on 23 October 2008, Lomax suffered two cuts in his first bout with Craig Dickson. He received two stitches to a cut in his forehead before going on to defeat former British light-welterweight champion Nigel Wright on a close points decision. Lomax had previously lost to Wright during his amateur career. In the final he defeated former European light-welterweight champion Ted Bami to claim the £25,000 prize.
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