Tom Glesby

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Tom Glesby
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Born July 17, 1969

Thomas ("Tom") Glesby (born July 17, 1969 in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a retired boxer, who represented Canada twice at the Summer Olympics: in 1988 and 1992. Nicknamed "The Bomb" he won the bronze medal in the men's heavyweight division (– 91 kg) at the 1991 Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba.

Professional boxing record[edit]

26 Wins (19 knockouts, 7 decisions), 3 Losses (3 knockouts, 0 decisions), 1 Draw [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 40-4 United States Lou Savarese TKO 3 12/06/2001 Texas Astro Pavilion, Houston, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:13 of the third round.
Win 5-7 United States Antonio Colbert UD 6 25/06/2000 Indiana Majestic Star Casino, Gary, Indiana, United States
Win 10-12 United States Val Smith PTS 6 27/05/2000 Michigan Detroit, Michigan, United States
Loss 17-0 United States Robert "Desert Storm" Davis TKO 5 02/12/1999 Texas Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:59 of the fifth round.
Win 23-14-1 United States Jeff Lally TKO 3 24/06/1999 Ontario Windsor, Ontario, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 2:05 of the third round.
Win 8-45-4 United States Andre Crowder TKO 1 24/09/1998 Tennessee Madison, Tennessee, United States
Win 11-61-2 United States Brian "B-52" Yates TKO 3 09/09/1998 Kentucky Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Win 9-10-2 United States Tosand Jewell TKO 2 30/07/1998 Missouri Heart of St. Charles Banquet Center, Saint Charles, Missouri, United States Referee stopped the bout at 2:40 of the second round.
Win 14-3 United States Fred Houpe RTD 3 22/06/1996 British Columbia Prince George, British Columbia, Canada Houpe retired at 3:00 of the third round.
Win 11-5 United States Jim "Dean" Huffman UD 10 25/01/1996 Ontario International Plaza Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 99-91, 97-93, 100-90.
Win 11-10-2 United States Guy Sonnenberg RTD 6 25/10/1995 Alberta Mayfield Inn, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Sonnenberg retired at 3:00 of the sixth round.
Win 8-9-2 United States John "Killer" Kiser UD 10 11/08/1995 Ontario Welland Arena, Welland, Ontario, Canada
Win 17-17 United States Carl "Little Truth" Williams KO 2 27/06/1995 Alberta Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Williams knocked out at 1:31 of the second round.
Win 15-14-3 United States George O'Mara TKO 1 28/04/1995 Alberta Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Loss 9-1 Nigeria Josh Imardiyi TKO 2 15/11/1994 Pennsylvania Erie Civic Center, Erie, Pennsylvania, United States
Win 9-6-1 United States Bill "Executive" Corrigan KO 1 21/10/1994 Manitoba Winnipeg Convention Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Corrigan knocked out at 1:14 of the first round.
Win 22-7 Mexico Mauricio Villegas UD 10 15/09/1994 Alberta Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 100-90, 100-90, 100-90.
Win 9-2 Jamaica Everton Davis TKO 9 21/06/1994 Nevada MGM Grand Las Vegas, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Referee stopped the bout at 1:22 of the ninth round.
Win 11-13-2 United States Mike "The Jet" DeVito TKO 2 09/06/1994 Pennsylvania Monroeville, Pennsylvania, Canada
Win 37-16-1 United States Jeff Lampkin UD 10 22/03/1994 Alberta Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 98-91, 98-91, 99-90.
Win 22-20-1 Canada Ken Lakusta KO 2 17/02/1994 Alberta Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Canada Heavyweight Title.
Win 15-14-2 Canada Dave Fiddler TKO 2 02/12/1993 Alberta Northlands Agricom, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Canada Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 1:08 of the second round.
Win 8-0 United States Martin "Bananas" Foster TKO 1 19/11/1993 New Jersey Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, New Jersey, United States
Win 2-5-1 Mexico Jose Macias Chong KO 2 02/10/1993 Alberta Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Chong knocked out at 1:37 of the second round.
Win 10-9-2 United States Ken "Stonewall" Jackson TKO 4 17/08/1993 Mississippi Casino Magic, Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi, United States
Draw 3-3 United States Sajad Abdul Aziz PTS 4 23/07/1993 Michigan Lansing, Michigan, United States
Win 20-19-2 Canada Conroy Nelson KO 4 29/06/1993 Ontario Varsity Arena, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Canada Heavyweight Title. Nelson knocked out at 0:50 of the fourth round.
Win 10-5 United States Mike "Damn Personal" Faulkner UD 6 14/04/1993 Ontario Fairmont Royal York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Win 3-1 United States Isaac Knapper TKO 1 26/03/1993 Ontario Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 1:44 of the first round.
Win 14-10-1 United States Kevin P Porter TKO 1 11/02/1993 Ontario Niagara Falls Memorial Arena, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 2:12 of the first round.

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