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Tony Halme boxer

Tony Halme image
Status inactive
Age 47
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 3½″/192cm
Debut 1995-06-10
Born 1963-01-06
Death 2010-01-08
Nationality Finland
Residence Helsinki, Finland
bouts
19
won
13
lost
6
draw
0
bouts
19
won
13
lost
6
draw
0
Status inactive
Age 47
Division heavyweight
Height 6′ 3½″/192cm
Debut 1995-06-10
Born 1963-01-06
Death 2010-01-08
Nationality Finland
Residence Helsinki, Finland

Tony Christian Halme (January 6, 1963 – January 8, 2010) was a Finnish politician, athlete, author, actor, and singer. He was a member of the Finnish Parliament from 2003 to 2007, representing the True Finns party as an independent politician. Halme was also known by the pseudonym Viikinki, which he used while appearing in Gladiaattorit, a Finnish version of the TV game show Gladiators, in the 1990s. He was also a professional wrestler best known for his appearances with Catch Wrestling Association (CWA), New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) and World Wrestling Federation (WWF) under the ring name Ludvig Borga; a mixed martial artist and the first fighter from the Nordic countries to ever compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC); and a professional boxer who held the Finnish heavyweight title.During his time in CWA, he was an accomplished main eventer, who headlined many events for the company including the company's flagship event Euro Catch Festival three times.

Tony Christian Halme (January 6, 1963 – January 8, 2010) was a Finnish politician, athlete, author, actor, and singer. He was a member of the Finnish Parliament from 2003 to 2007, representing the True Finns party as an independent politician. Halme was also known by the pseudonym Viikinki, which he used while appearing in Gladiaattorit, a Finnish version of the TV game show Gladiators, in the 1990s. He was also a professional wrestler best known for his appearances with Catch Wrestling Association (CWA), New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) and World Wrestling Federation (WWF) under the ring name Ludvig Borga; a mixed martial artist and the first fighter from the Nordic countries to ever compete in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC); and a professional boxer who held the Finnish heavyweight title.During his time in CWA, he was an accomplished main eventer, who headlined many events for the company including the company's flagship event Euro Catch Festival three times.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Nov. 29, 2002 Chris Sirengo WWLWWL Kisahalli, Helsinki WIN
Unanimous decision
Oct. 13, 2001 Garing Lane LLWWLL Parken, Copenhagen LOSS
Corner retirement
Feb. 20, 2001 Almaz Gismeev WWWWWW Jäähalli, Helsinki WIN
Corner retirement
Oct. 3, 2000 Yacine Kingbo LLWWWW Jäähalli, Helsinki LOSS
KO
April 17, 2000 Mika Kihlstrom WWWLWW Jäähalli, Helsinki Finnish Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Nov. 22, 1999 Ferenc Deak LLLLLL Jäähalli, Helsinki WIN
KO
Sept. 6, 1999 Agustin Corpus WLDWWL Jäähalli, Helsinki LOSS
KO
April 19, 1999 Iran Barkley LDWLLL Jäähalli, Helsinki WIN
Split-decision
Nov. 16, 1998 Ken Woods LLLWLL Jäähalli, Helsinki WIN
KO
Sept. 14, 1998 Mika Kihlstrom WWWWWL Jäähalli, Helsinki Finnish Heavyweight

LOSS
Technical knockout
March 16, 1998 Terry Armstrong LLLLLL Jäähalli, Helsinki WIN
KO
Sept. 29, 1997 Jukka Jarvinen WWWWWL Jäähalli, Helsinki Finnish Heavyweight

WIN
KO
Sept. 6, 1997 Paul Genick Tropicana Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City WIN
KO
Sept. 9, 1996 Jukka Jarvinen WWWWWW Jäähalli, Helsinki vacant Finnish Heavyweight

LOSS
DQ
May 27, 1996 Robert Swenson L Urheilutalo, Helsinki WIN
KO
April 27, 1996 Patrick Freeman DLLWLD Aladdin Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas LOSS
KO
March 4, 1996 Tony Messenger Helsinki WIN
Technical knockout
June 26, 1995 Archie Perry WWWLW Great Western Forum, Inglewood WIN
Points
June 10, 1995 Bradford Powell LWWWLW Caesars Palace, Sports Pavilion, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout