Robin Reid (boxer)
|Height||5 ft 9 in (175 cm)|
|Reach||76 in (193 cm)|
|Born||19 February 1971|
Sefton, Merseyside, England
|Wins by KO||29|
Robin Reid (born 19 February 1971) is a British former professional boxer who competed from 1993 to 2012. He held the WBC super-middleweight title from 1996 to 1997, and the IBO super-middleweight title from 2004 to 2005. As an amateur, Reid represented Great Britain at 1992 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal in the light-middleweight division.
- 1988 2nd at Light Middleweight at Junior Tournament in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. Lost to Marco Theuer of Germany in the final
- 1989 2nd at Light Middleweight at Junior World Championships in Bayamon, Puerto Rico. Lost to Leonides Bedey of Cuba in the final on points.
- 1990 3rd at Light Middleweight in ABA championships
- 1991 fought as a Light Middleweight at World Championships in Sydney, Australia. Results were:
- 1992 1st place at Canada Cup as a Light Middleweight. Results were:
- Won the Light Middleweight bronze medal for Great Britain at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. Results were:
51-16 Amateur record.
Reid began his professional career in 1993. In 1996, he captured the World Boxing Council super middleweight title by defeating Vincenzo Nardiello by a TKO in 7. He then successfully defended his title three times, including a victory over Hacine Cherifi. Reid then lost his title to Thulani Malinga via a unanimous decision. He then lost decisions to Joe Calzaghe and Silvio Branco.
In 2003 Reid faced IBF and WBA super middleweight title holder Sven Ottke, who took a narrow and highly disputed unanimous decision over Reid. In 2005, Reid landed a shot at IBF super middleweight title holder Jeff Lacy, who dominated him and won via an 8th-round TKO.
After the Lacy fight, Reid beat Jessie Brinkley and then suffered a retired hurt defeat at the hands of Carl Froch in a British super-middleweight fight in November 2007, he announced his decision to retire soon after this fight.
In January 2009 Reid said on Liverpool's City Talk radio station that he would like to come out of retirement and fight Tony Dodson for the British super-middleweight title, providing Dodson overcomes Brian Magee on 28 March at the Echo Arena, Liverpool, Merseyside.
“I would love to fight Tony Dodson for the British super-middleweight title at the ECHO Arena, no disrespect to Tony as I think he is a great fighter, but I have never held the Lonsdale Belt and would love the chance to put it around my waist.
“Obviously, I feel like I still have something left to offer the sport and a fight with Tony in Liverpool – two Scousers going at it for the British title – would be the fight that Liverpool fight fans would want to see most.”
Reid competed in the super middleweight prizefighter competition on 23 March 2011, losing in his first fight via unanimous decision to Tobias Webb.
Professional boxing record
|51 fights||42 wins||8 losses|
|51||Loss||42–8–1||Kenny Anderson||TKO||5 (12), 2:45||20 Oct 2012||Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, England||For vacant British super-middleweight title|
|50||Win||42–7–1||Daniel Cadman||TKO||5 (8), 1:20||28 Jan 2012||York Hall, London, England|
|49||Win||41–7–1||Wayne Reed||TKO||4 (6), 2:52||25 Jun 2011||Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, England|
|48||Loss||40–7–1||Tobias Webb||UD||3||23 Mar 2011||Liverpool Olympia, Liverpool, England||Prizefighter 17: super-middleweight quarter-final|
|47||Win||40–6–1||Jamie Ambler||PTS||4||26 Feb 2011||De Vere Whites Hotel, Bolton, England|
|46||Loss||39–6–1||Carl Froch||RTD||5 (12), 3:00||9 Nov 2007||Nottingham Arena, Nottingham, England||For British super-middleweight title|
|45||Win||39–5–1||Jesse Brinkley||UD||8||30 Mar 2007||Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England|
|44||Loss||38–5–1||Jeff Lacy||RTD||7 (12), 3:00||6 Aug 2005||St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa, Florida, U.S.||Lost IBO super-middleweight title;|
For IBF super-middleweight title
|43||Win||38–4–1||Ramdane Serdjane||PTS||6||13 Feb 2005||International Centre, Brentwood, England|
|42||Win||37–4–1||Brian Magee||UD||12||26 Jun 2004||Kings Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland||Won IBO super-middleweight title|
|41||Loss||36–4–1||Sven Ottke||UD||12||13 Dec 2003||Nuremberg Arena, Nuremberg, Germany||For WBA (Super) and IBF super-middleweight titles|
|40||Win||36–3–1||Dmitry Adamovich||KO||4 (8), 1:21||24 Oct 2003||York Hall, London, England|
|39||Win||35–3–1||Willard Lewis||TKO||6 (8), 2:33||4 Oct 2003||Stadthalle, Zwickau, Germany|
|38||Win||34–3–1||Enrique Campos||TKO||8 (8)||5 Apr 2003||Arena Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany|
|37||Win||33–3–1||Mondli Mbonambi||TKO||2 (10), 2:06||29 Nov 2002||Liverpool Olympia, Liverpool, England|
|36||Win||32–3–1||Francisco Antonio Mora||UD||12||10 Jul 2002||Wembley Conference Centre, London, England||Retained WBF (Federation) super-middleweight title|
|35||Win||31–3–1||Julio César Vásquez||UD||12||19 Dec 2001||SkyDome Arena, Coventry, England||Retained WBF (Federation) super-middleweight title|
|34||Win||30–3–1||Jorge Andres Sclarandi||KO||3 (12)||20 Oct 2001||Kelvin Hall, Glasgow, Scotland||Retained WBF (Federation) super-middleweight title|
|33||Win||29–3–1||Soon Botes||TKO||4 (12), 2:58||14 Jul 2001||Liverpool Olympia, Liverpool, England||Retained WBF (Federation) super-middleweight title|
|32||Win||28–3–1||Roman Babaev||TKO||3 (12), 2:54||19 May 2001||Wembley Arena, London, England||Retained WBF (Federation) super-middleweight title|
|31||Win||27–3–1||Mike Gormley||TKO||1 (12)||8 Dec 2000||Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, London, England||Won vacant WBF (Federation) super-middleweight title|
|30||Loss||26–3–1||Silvio Branco||UD||12||24 Jun 2000||Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland||For WBU super-middleweight title|
|29||Loss||26–2–1||Joe Calzaghe||SD||12||13 Feb 1999||Telewest Arena, Newcastle, England||For WBO super-middleweight title|
|28||Win||26–1–1||Graham Townsend||TKO||6 (8), 2:42||18 Apr 1998||NYNEX Arena, Manchester, England|
|27||Loss||25–1–1||Thulani Malinga||UD||12||19 Dec 1997||London Arena, London, England||Lost WBC super-middleweight title|
|26||Win||25–0–1||Hacine Cherifi||SD||12||11 Sep 1997||Kingsway Leisure Centre, Widnes, England||Retained WBC super-middleweight title|
|25||Win||24–0–1||Henry Wharton||MD||12||3 May 1997||NYNEX Arena, Manchester, England||Retained WBC super-middleweight title|
|24||Win||23–0–1||Giovanni Pretorius||KO||7 (12), 2:10||8 Feb 1997||London Arena, London, England||Retained WBC super-middleweight title|
|23||Win||22–0–1||Vincenzo Nardiello||TKO||7 (12), 2:59||12 Oct 1996||Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Italy||Won WBC super-middleweight title|
|22||Win||21–0–1||Donnie Penelton||TKO||4 (8)||31 Aug 1996||Point Theatre, Dublin, Ireland|
|21||Win||20–0–1||Mark Lee Dawson||KO||5 (8)||8 Jun 1996||Telewest Arena, Newcastle, England|
|20||Win||19–0–1||Hunter Clay||TKO||1 (8)||26 Apr 1996||Institute of Sport, Cardiff, Wales|
|19||Win||18–0–1||Andy Flute||TKO||7 (8)||16 Mar 1996||Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland|
|18||Win||17–0–1||Paul Mason||KO||2 (8), 1:08||26 Jan 1996||Metropole Hotel, Brighton, England|
|17||Win||16–0–1||Danny Juma||PTS||8||10 Nov 1995||Moorways Sports Centre, Derby, England|
|16||Win||15–0–1||Trevor Ambrose||KO||5 (6)||15 Sep 1995||Leisure Centre, Mansfield, England|
|15||Win||14–0–1||John Duckworth||PTS||8||22 Jul 1995||London Arena, London, England|
|14||Win||13–0–1||Martin Jolley||KO||1 (8), 0:41||10 Jun 1995||G-Mex Centre, Manchester, England|
|13||Win||12–0–1||Steve Goodwin||KO||1 (8)||6 May 1995||Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, England|
|12||Win||11–0–1||Marvin O'Brien||TKO||6 (8), 2:47||4 Mar 1995||Forum, Livingston, Scotland|
|11||Win||10–0–1||Bruno Wuestenberghs||TKO||1 (8)||4 Feb 1995||National Ice Rink, Cardiff, Wales|
|10||Win||9–0–1||Chris Richards||TKO||3 (6), 0:29||19 Nov 1994||National Ice Rink, Cardiff, Wales|
|9||Win||8–0–1||Andrew Jervis||TKO||1 (6)||17 Aug 1994||Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield, England|
|8||Win||7–0–1||Andrew Furlong||KO||2 (6), 2:40||4 Jun 1994||National Ice Rink, Cardiff, Wales|
|7||Win||6–0–1||Kesem Clayton||TKO||1 (6)||9 Apr 1994||Leisure Centre, Mansfield, England|
|6||Draw||5–0–1||Danny Juma||PTS||6||18 Dec 1993||Wythenshawe Forum, Manchester, England|
|5||Win||5–0||Ernie Loveridge||PTS||4||9 Oct 1993||Old Trafford, Manchester, England|
|4||Win||4–0||Jose Angel Garcia||PTS||6||10 Sep 1993||Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, U.S.|
|3||Win||3–0||Andrew Furlong||PTS||6||10 Apr 1993||Dillwyn Llewelyn Centre, Swansea, Wales|
|2||Win||2–0||Julian Eavis||TKO||2 (4), 2:02||6 Mar 1993||Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow, Scotland|
|1||Win||1–0||Mark Lee Dawson||TKO||1 (4)||27 Feb 1993||Goresbrook Leisure Centre, London, England|
- International Junior Tournament - Bratislava, Czechoslovakia - June 1988, International Junior Tournament Results. Bratislava, 1988.
- "Robin Reid still convinced he beat Joe Calzaghe in Newcastle fight 16 years ago". 7 September 2015.
- "Robbed Reid is furious". 12 August 2004.
- Reid’s plea for a Scouse crunch, Liverpool Echo, 2009-01-24, Retrieved on 2009-03-08 .
- Robin Reid [@RobReid_Boxer] (10 August 2015). "@DarrenBarker82 @clintridleybox @Brian_Magee @RealJoeCalzaghe Don't need a sunbed pal, I'm half Jamaican, mixed race 👊🏽😃" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- "British Council: The British Films Catalogue".[permanent dead link]
- "WBF | World Boxing Federation".
|Minor world boxing titles|
Title last held byMads Larsen
| WBF (Federation)
8 December 2000 – 2003
Title next held byWilliam Gare
| IBO super-middleweight champion
26 June 2004 – 6 August 2005
|Major world boxing titles|
| WBC super-middleweight champion
12 October 1996 – 19 December 1997