|Weight(s)||59.05 kg (130 lb) Super Featherweight|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|Reach||69″ / 175cm|
|Born||11 November 1973|
Brisbane, Queensland Australia
|Wins by KO||14|
Robert ("Robbie") Lloyd Peden (born 11 November 1973 in Brisbane, Queensland) is a former Australian professional boxer. Who won the vacant IBF World Super Featherweight Title in 2005 by beating Nate Campbell by TKO. Peden became just the third person of Aboriginal descent to win a world title, joining super middleweight Anthony Mundine (2003) and bantamweight Lionel Rose (1968).
His amateur record was 130-15. He was a 5-time national amateur champion, won the 1994 Commonwealth Games and won the 1995 and 1996 Liverpool Cup. He represented Australia in the 1992 and 1996 Olympic games. Member of the 1992 Australian Olympic team as a Flyweight. His results were:
- Defeated Marty O'Donnell (Canada) 14-2
- Defeated Yacin Chikh (Algeria) KO 2
- Lost to Chol-Su Choi (North Korea) 11-25
Member of the 1996 Australian Olympic team as a Featherweight. His results were:
Known as "Bomber", Peden turned pro in 1996 and captured the Vacant IBF Super Featherweight Title in 2005 with a TKO over Nate Campbell. Right after the win against Campbell he took on the great Marco Antonio Barrera in an attempt to unify the belts. Unfortunately for Peden it wasn’t to be and he lost his title just seven months after winning it. He was also Inducteed into the Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame in 2012 Moderns category.
Peden is still involved in boxing, running the Fitzroys Stars Gym in Gertrude Street in Melbourne, which is housed inside an Aboriginal community center. Peden, who is of Aboriginal descent, is heavily involved in that community, serving as C.E.O. of the Indigenous Solutions Aboriginal Corporation, while also working with Melbourne Aboriginal Youth Sport and Recreation and Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Association.
Title last held byJesús Chávez
| NABF Super Featherweight Champion
5 March 2000 – 25 June 2000
Title last held byDavid Vasquez
| NABF Featherweight Champion
21 October 2000 – 9 March 2002
Juan Manuel Márquez
| IBF Super Featherweight Champion
23 Feb 2005 – 17 Sep 2005
Marco Antonio Barrera