Scott Gammer

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Scott Gammer
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Real nameScott Gammer
Nickname(s)The Hammer
Weight(s)Heavyweight
NationalityBritish
Born (1976-10-24) 24 October 1976 (age 42)
Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights22
Wins18
Wins by KO9
Losses5
Draws1
No contests0

Scott Gammer (born 24 October 1976) is a British boxer, based in Wales. He is a former holder of the British heavyweight title.

Biography[edit]

Professional career[edit]

Gammer turned professional in 2002 and is currently trained by his father Ralph Gammer and managed by Paul Boyce.

On 16 June 2006, after 16 professional fights undefeated, he earned the right to challenge Mark Krence for the British Heavyweight Title. Gammer won in the 9th round via TKO.

In his first defence of the title on 13 October 2006 he defeated Micky Steeds by a unanimous points decision. Steeds was brought in as a replacement for Danny Williams, who was the mandatory challenger for the British Heavyweight Championship at the time, however he pulled out of the fight due to the date coinciding with Ramadan.

A second title defence against Williams was originally scheduled for 9 February 2007, however the fight was re-arranged due to Williams' defeat by Audley Harrison on 9 December 2006. Gammer finally fought Williams on 2 March 2007 at the Neath Sports Centre, Glamorgan. Williams won the bout by 9th-round KO, giving Gammer his first ever defeat as a professional.[1]

Gammer had an opportunity to fight for the British title once again when he boxed John McDermott later that year in an elimination bout. The contest took place in Sheffield but ended up with another defeat for the Welshman. Following this setback Gammer announced his retirement from boxing and McDermott went on to challenge for the title. The retirement did not last that long however as Gammer returned to action in August 2008 when he challenged Francesco Pianeta for the EU Heavyweight championship in Germany. The fight ended with another defeat for Gammer, although this time it was due to a corner retirement when Gammer broke his hand in the 2nd round. Despite the injury Gammer fought bravely and looked good throughout until the handicap became too much and his corner pulled him out.[2] Gammer fought twice in 2009. In May he was knocked out by unbeaten Finnish prospect Robert Helenius. In October he entered the Prizefighter tournament and was beaten in his quarter final match against Coleman Barrett, who went on to reach the final.

Professional boxing record[edit]

18 Wins (9 knockouts, 9 decisions), 5 Losses (3 knockouts, 2 decisions), 1 Draw [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 18-5-1 Republic of Ireland Coleman Barrett UD 3 02/10/2009 United Kingdom ExCel Arena, London Docklands Prizefighter Tournament Heavyweight Quarter-Final. 28-29, 28-29, 28-29.
Loss 18-4-1 Finland Robert Helenius KO 6 30/05/2009 Finland Hartwall Areena, Helsinki Gammer knocked out at 1:52 of the sixth round.
Loss 17-4-1 Italy Francesco Pianeta RTD 8 30/08/2008 Germany Max-Schmeling-Halle, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin EBU EU Heavyweight Title. 74-78, 74-78, 74-78.
Loss 17-3-1 United Kingdom "Big Bad" John McDermott PTS 10 29/09/2007 United Kingdom Hallam FM Arena, Sheffield, Yorkshire BBBofC British Heavyweight Title Eliminator. 93-98.
Win 17-2-1 United Kingdom Paul King PTS 6 10/06/2007 Wales Neath Sports Centre, Neath 60-54.
Loss 17-1-1 United Kingdom Danny "Brixton Bomber" Williams KO 9 02/03/2007 Wales Neath Sports Centre, Neath BBBofC British Heavyweight Title. Gammer knocked out at 1:58 of the ninth round.
Win 17-0-1 United Kingdom Micky Steeds UD 12 13/10/2006 Wales Afan Lido, Port Talbot BBBofC British Heavyweight Title. 120-108, 118-110, 118-110.
Win 16-0-1 United Kingdom Mark Krence TKO 9 16/06/2006 Wales Carmarthen Showgrounds, Carmarthen BBBofC British Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:35 of the ninth round.
Win 15-0-1 Russia Suren Kalachyan PTS 6 10/12/2005 United Kingdom ExCel Arena, London Docklands 57-56.
Win 14-0-1 United Kingdom Julius Francis PTS 8 30/09/2005 Wales Carmarthen Showgrounds, Carmarthen 80-72.
Win 13-0-1} United Kingdom Mark Krence TKO 8 15/05/2005 United Kingdom Octagon Centre, Sheffield, Yorkshire BBBofC British Heavyweight Title Eliminator. Referee stopped the bout at 2:00 of the eighth round.
Win 12-0-1 United Kingdom Micky Steeds PTS 6 18/02/2005 United Kingdom Hotel Metropole Sporting Club, Brighton, Sussex 59-56.
Win 11-0-1 Poland Roman Bugaj TKO 2 05/11/2004 United Kingdom Leisure Centre, Hereford, Herefordshire Referee stopped the bout at 1:50 of the second round.
Win 10-0-1 United Kingdom Carl "The Fridge" Baker PTS 4 17/09/2004 United Kingdom Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth, Devon 39-38.
Win 9-0-1 United Kingdom Paul King TKO 3 02/06/2004 United Kingdom Leisure Centre, Hereford, Herefordshire Referee stopped the bout at 1:22 of the third round.
Win 8-0-1 United Kingdom Paul Buttery KO 1 01/05/2004 Wales Leisure Centre, Bridgend Buttery knocked out at 1:05 of the first round.
Win 7-0-1 United Kingdom James Zikic PTS 6 28/02/2004 Wales Leisure Centre, Bridgend 59-55.
Draw 6-0-1 Lithuania Mindaugas Kulikauskas PTS 6 08/11/2003 Wales Leisure Centre, Bridgend
Win 6-0 United Kingdom Derek McCafferty PTS 6 13/09/2003 Wales Newport Leisure Centre, Newport 60-54.
Win 5-0 United Kingdom Dave Clarke TKO 1 28/06/2003 Wales Cardiff International Arena, Cardiff Referee stopped the bout at 1:37 of the first round.
Win 4-0 Syria Ahmed Cheleh KO 1 25/01/2003 Wales Leisure Centre, Bridgend Cheleh knocked out at 3:08 of the first round.
Win 3-0 United Kingdom Dave Clarke PTS 4 08/01/2003 Wales Sobell Sports Centre, Aberdare
Win 2-0 Zimbabwe James Gilbert KO 1 26/10/2002 Wales Leisure Centre, Maesteg
Win 1-0 United Kingdom Leighton Morgan TKO 1 15/09/2002 Wales Swansea Leisure Centre, Swansea

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