|Real name||Neil Sinclair|
|Rated at||Light Middleweight|
23 February 1974 |
Belfast, Northern Ireland
|Wins by KO||24|
|1992 World Junior Championships|
|Montreal 1992||Light Middleweight|
|Representing Northern Ireland|
Sinclair boxed for Ireland as an amateur and won a bronze medal at the World Junior Championships at Montreal in 1992 and also won a gold for Northern Ireland at the 1994 Commonwealth Games in Victoria, Canada.
Sinclair turned professional in April 1995, winning his first fight at the Ulster Hall, Belfast, in which he knocked out Marty Duke on a card that included Darren Corbett and the final fight in the career of Damien Denny.
In June 2007, Sinclair announced his retirement although he decided to return to boxing within a couple of months.
In May 2009, Sinclair won the Irish light-middleweight title with a stoppage victory over Henry Coyle at the Odyssey Arena, Belfast.
He writes a regular column for Irish-boxing.com, entitled Sinky Says.
- List of British welterweight boxing champions He is close friends with hardman, Cockney Joe.
- "Neil Sinclair". Boxrec Fighter Page. Retrieved 13 October 2006.
- Ulster Council medal winners at Commonwealth
- "World Junior Championships". IABA. Archived from the original on 5 September 2006. Retrieved 13 October 2006.
- David Kelly. "Battling Neil won't Sinc without trace". Belfast Telegraph. Archived from the original on 1 July 2007. Retrieved 28 June 2007.
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