Wayne Alexander (boxer)
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|Full name||Wayne Alexander|
|Nickname(s)||Alexander the Great|
17 July 1973 |
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Weight||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Rated at||Light Middleweight|
Wayne Alexander (born 17 July 1973 in Tooting, London) was a professional boxer in the light middleweight (154 lb) division and world boxing union champion. Wayne is also licensed by the Security Industry Authority (SIA) as a Door Supervisor and CCTV Operator.
As a junior boxer Wayne was 1990 London ABA Class B 67 kg champion. National Junior ABA Class B 67 kg champion. Alexander Won the 1994 ABA Light middleweight championship. Alexander Won the 1994 London ABA Light middleweight championship. Alexander was 3 time SE London ABA Light middleweight champion in 1993, 1994 & 1995. Wayne also boxed for England in the 1994 & 1995 Liverpool Multi-Nations. Wayne also boxed for England against Denmark in 1994. Wayne also boxed for England against Scotland in 1995.
Wayne's ABA final was shown on BBC1 Sports Night with the late Harry Carpenter commentating.
- 2006-03-04 defended the World Boxing Union Light Middleweight Title beating Thomas McDonagh
- 2004-09-10 won the World Boxing Union Light Middleweight Title beating Mehrdud Takaloo
- 2002-01-19 won the vacant EBU (European) Light Middleweight Title beating Paolo Pizzamiglio
- 2001-11-17 defended the BBBofC British Light Middleweight Title beating Joe Townsley
- 2001-02-10 fought for WBO World Light Middleweight Title against Harry Simon but lost by TKO in the fifth round.
- 2000-02-19 won the vacant BBBofC British Light Middleweight Title beating Paul Samuels
- 1999-01-23 won the vacant BBBofC Southern Area Light Middleweight Title beating Ojay Abrahams
Wayne's professional fights have been showcased on Sky TV and he has also made an appearance on Box Nation.
In November 2013 Wayne Alexander joined the board of WBU Europe.