Robbie Peden

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Robert ("Robbie") Lloyd Peden (born 11 November 1973 in Brisbane, Queensland) is a professional indigenous boxer from Australia.[1]

Robbie was the 2012 Inductee for the Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame Moderns category.

Amateur career[edit]

Member of the 1992 Australian Olympic team as a Flyweight. His results were:

Member of the 1996 Australian Olympic team as a Featherweight. His results were:

Professional career[edit]

Known as "Bomber", Peden turned pro in 1996 and captured the Vacant IBF Super Featherweight Title in 2005 with a TKO over Nate Campbell. He lost the title in his first defense to Marco Antonio Barrera later in the year.

Title last held by
Jesús Chávez
NABF Super Featherweight Champion
5 March 2000 – 25 June 2000
Succeeded by
John Brown
Title last held by
David Vasquez
NABF Featherweight Champion
21 October 2000 – 9 March 2002
Succeeded by
Juan Manuel Márquez
Preceded by
Erik Morales
IBF Super Featherweight Champion
23 Feb 2005 – 17 Sep 2005
Succeeded by
Marco Antonio Barrera


  1. ^ "Australian Indigenous Olympians" (PDF). Australian Olympic Committee website. Retrieved 10 May 2015.