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Tom Glesby boxer

Tom Glesby image
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 3″/191cm
Reach 78″/198cm
Debut 1993-02-11
Born 1969-07-17
Nationality Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada
bouts
30
won
26
lost
3
draw
1
bouts
30
won
26
lost
3
draw
1
Status inactive
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 3″/191cm
Reach 78″/198cm
Debut 1993-02-11
Born 1969-07-17
Nationality Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Thomas ("Tom") Glesby (born July 17, 1969 in Welland, Ontario) 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.

Thomas ("Tom") Glesby (born July 17, 1969 in Welland, Ontario) 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.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
June 12, 2001 Lou Savarese WWWLLW Astro Pavilion, Houston LOSS
Technical knockout
June 25, 2000 Antonio Colbert WWLWLW Majestic Star Casino, Gary WIN
Unanimous decision
May 27, 2000 Val Smith LLLLWL Detroit WIN
Points
Dec. 2, 1999 Robert Davis WWWWWW Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi LOSS
Technical knockout
June 24, 1999 Jeff Lally LLLWLW Windsor WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 24, 1998 Andre Crowder WLDLWL Madison WIN
Technical knockout
Sept. 9, 1998 Brian Yates LLLLLL Louisville WIN
Technical knockout
July 30, 1998 Tosand Jewell LLLWLL Heart of St. Charles Banquet Center, Saint Charles WIN
Technical knockout
June 22, 1996 Fred Houpe WLLWLW Multiplex, Prince George WIN
Corner retirement
Jan. 25, 1996 Jim Huffman WWLWLL International Plaza Hotel, Toronto WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 25, 1995 Guy Sonnenberg LWLWLL Mayfield Inn, Edmonton WIN
Corner retirement
Aug. 11, 1995 John Kiser WWLLWL Welland Arena, Welland WIN
Unanimous decision
June 27, 1995 Carl Williams LWLWWL Convention Centre, Edmonton WIN
KO
April 28, 1995 George O'Mara LLWLWL Convention Centre, Edmonton WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 15, 1994 Josh Imadiyi WWWWWW Civic Center, Erie LOSS
Technical knockout
Oct. 21, 1994 Bill Corrigan DLLWWL Convention Centre, Winnipeg WIN
KO
Sept. 15, 1994 Mauricio Villegas LWLWWL Convention Centre, Edmonton WIN
Unanimous decision
June 21, 1994 Everton Davis WWWWLW MGM Grand, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
June 9, 1994 Mike DeVito LLLLLL Monzo's Palace Inn, Monroeville WIN
Technical knockout
March 22, 1994 Jeff Lampkin WWWLLL Convention Centre, Edmonton WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 17, 1994 Ken Lakusta LLDWLW Convention Centre, Edmonton Canada Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 2, 1993 Dave Fiddler WLWLDL Agricom, Edmonton Canada Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Nov. 19, 1993 Martin Foster WWWWW Convention Center, Atlantic City Canada Heavyweight

WIN
Technical knockout
Oct. 2, 1993 Jose Macias Chong LDLLLL Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton WIN
KO
Aug. 17, 1993 Ken Jackson WWWLLL Casino Magic, Bay Saint Louis WIN
Technical knockout
July 23, 1993 Sajad Abdul Aziz LLWLWW Civic Center, Lansing DRAW
Points
June 29, 1993 Conroy Nelson LLWLLL Varsity Arena, Toronto vacant Canada Professional Boxing Council National Heavyweight

WIN
KO
April 14, 1993 Mike Faulkner LLLLLW Royal York Hotel, Toronto WIN
Unanimous decision
March 26, 1993 Isaac Knapper WWWL Sheraton Centre, Toronto WIN
Technical knockout
Feb. 11, 1993 Kevin P Porter LLDLWL Niagara Falls Arena, Niagara Falls WIN
Technical knockout