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Terry Dunstan boxer

Terry Dunstan image
Status inactive
Division cruiserweight
Height 6′ 3″/191cm
Debut 1992-11-12
Born 1968-10-28
Nationality United Kingdom
Residence Vauxhall, London, United Kingdom
bouts
28
won
24
lost
4
draw
0
bouts
28
won
24
lost
4
draw
0
Status inactive
Division cruiserweight
Height 6′ 3″/191cm
Debut 1992-11-12
Born 1968-10-28
Nationality United Kingdom
Residence Vauxhall, London, United Kingdom

Born in Vauxhall, London in 1968, Dunstan initially excelled at basketball and represented England at under-19 level. An undistinguished 17-fight amateur boxing career followed, Dunstan stating in 1997 "There was nothing to fight for. Just a trophy at the end."He made his professional debut in November 1992. After winning his first eight fights he challenged former world champion Dennis Andries for the British cruiserweight title in May 1995; Dunstan Beat Andries on points to become British champion. In February 1996 he successfully defended the title against Andries and three months later made a second defence against John Keeton, stopping him in just 44 seconds - the second fastest stoppage in the history of British title fights. At the time, Dunstan was hotly tipped, with former sparring partner Frank Bruno rating him the best in Britain, and Charlie Magri and Barry McGuigan also rating him very highly.

Born in Vauxhall, London in 1968, Dunstan initially excelled at basketball and represented England at under-19 level. An undistinguished 17-fight amateur boxing career followed, Dunstan stating in 1997 "There was nothing to fight for. Just a trophy at the end."He made his professional debut in November 1992. After winning his first eight fights he challenged former world champion Dennis Andries for the British cruiserweight title in May 1995; Dunstan Beat Andries on points to become British champion. In February 1996 he successfully defended the title against Andries and three months later made a second defence against John Keeton, stopping him in just 44 seconds - the second fastest stoppage in the history of British title fights. At the time, Dunstan was hotly tipped, with former sparring partner Frank Bruno rating him the best in Britain, and Charlie Magri and Barry McGuigan also rating him very highly.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
July 2, 2011 Ola Afolabi WWWLWW Imtech-Arena, Altona World Boxing Organisation Inter-Continental Cruiserweight

LOSS
KO
Dec. 12, 2010 David Dolan WLWWDW Rainton Meadows Arena, Houghton-le-Spring vacant BBBofC English Cruiserweight

WIN
Corner retirement
April 9, 2010 Hastings Rasani WLLLLL Alexandra Palace, Wood Green WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 18, 2009 Micky Steeds WWWLLL York Hall, Bethnal Green WIN
Points
Sept. 18, 2009 Krisztian Jaksi LWLWWL York Hall, Bethnal Green WIN
Points
May 19, 2009 Ovill McKenzie WWLWLL Earls Court Arena, Kensington LOSS
Unanimous decision
Oct. 10, 2008 Paul Bonson LLLLLD Don Valley Stadium, Sheffield WIN
Points
Dec. 3, 1999 Carl Thompson WWWWWL Bushfield Leisure Centre, Peterborough vacant BBBofC British Cruiserweight

LOSS
KO
Oct. 30, 1999 Chris Woollas WLWLLL Elephant & Castle Centre, Southwark WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 21, 1998 Peter Oboh LWLLLW Elephant & Castle Centre, Southwark WIN
Points
March 28, 1998 Imamu Mayfield WWWWWW Ice Arena, Hull International Boxing Federation World Cruiserweight

LOSS
KO
Feb. 14, 1998 Alexander Gurov WWWLWW Elephant & Castle Centre, Southwark EBU European Cruiserweight

WIN
KO
July 19, 1997 Nigel Rafferty LLLDLL Wembley Arena, Wembley WIN
Corner retirement
April 12, 1997 Art Jimmerson WLWLLW Hillsborough Leisure Centre, Sheffield WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 9, 1996 Sergio Daniel Merani LDLLLD Nynex Arena, Manchester WIN
KO
May 11, 1996 John Keeton LWWWWW York Hall, Bethnal Green BBBofC British Cruiserweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 13, 1996 Dennis Andries LWWWLW York Hall, Bethnal Green BBBofC British Cruiserweight

WIN
Points
Nov. 25, 1995 Jimmy Bills LLLWLD The Point, Dublin WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 9, 1995 David Robinson WWLWD Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork WIN
Technical knockout
May 13, 1995 Dennis Andries WWLWWW Kelvin Hall, Glasgow BBBofC British Cruiserweight

WIN
Points
March 4, 1995 Art Stacey LLLLLW Forum, Livingston WIN
KO
Dec. 20, 1994 Trevor Small WDWWLL York Hall, Bethnal Green WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 30, 1994 Michael Murray WWWLWL York Hall, Bethnal Green WIN
Points
Dec. 2, 1993 Devon Rhooms W City Hall, Sheffield WIN
KO
Sept. 15, 1993 Paul McCarthy LLLLLW Stour Centre, Ashford WIN
Technical knockout
March 31, 1993 Lee Prudden LLWLDL Broadway Theatre, Barking WIN
Points
Nov. 25, 1992 Steve Yorath WLWLLL Hilton Hotel, Mayfair WIN
Points
Nov. 12, 1992 Steve Osborne DLLLLL King David Suite, Bayswater WIN
Points