Dale Brown (boxer)

Robert Dale Brown (born December 15, 1971), known as Dale Brown, is a boxer, who represented Canada at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. There he was stopped in the second round of the light heavyweight division (– 81 kg) by Germany's Torsten May.

Dale Brown
Personal information
Full nameRobert Dale Brown
BornDecember 15, 1971 (1971-12-15) (age 48)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Sport
SportBoxing

Professional careerEdit

Born in Calgary, Alberta, Brown has been a contender in the Cruiserweight division since the late 1990s. He has unsuccessfully challenged for a world title three times; losing by stoppage to Vassiliy Jirov and Jean-Marc Mormeck, and by decision to O'Neill Bell in a fight guest analyst Kevin Kelley scored in Brown's favour. In his most recent bouts, Brown lost a 5-round technical decision to Shane Swartz and was KO'd by Darnell Wilson.

Amateur careerEdit

As an amateur Brown represented Canada as a Light Heavyweight in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. His results were:

A year before his Olympic stint Brown won the bronze medal at the Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba. He did the same at the 1993 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Tampere, Finland.

Professional boxing recordEdit

35 Wins (22 knockouts, 13 decisions), 6 Losses (4 knockouts, 2 decisions), 1 Draw [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 19-5-3   Darnell "Ding-a-Ling Man" Wilson TKO 2 19/01/2007   Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Loss 17-4   Shane "Hurricane" Swartz TD 5 30/06/2006   Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win 27-35-1   Dennis McKinney UD 6 15/12/2005   Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win 41-10   "Dangerous" Damon Reed TKO 5 27/08/2005   Chestermere Lake, Alberta, Canada
Loss 23-1-1   O'Neil Bell UD 12 20/05/2005   Hollywood, Florida, United States For IBF cruiserweight title
Win 15-1   Shelby Gross TKO 5 04/02/2005   Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win 17-6   Jermell Barnes UD 12 28/10/2004   Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win 45-6-1   Robert "Preacherman" Daniels SD 12 08/06/2004   Hollywood, Florida, United States
Win 28-4-1   Rich LaMontagne UD 10 01/08/2003   Hampton Beach, New Hampshire, United States
Win 10-1-1   Kevin Petty KO 2 14/03/2003   Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Loss 27-2   Jean-Marc "The Marksman" Mormeck TKO 8 10/08/2002   Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhone, France For WBA cruiserweight title
Win 10-5   Yohan Gimenez TKO 5 31/05/2002   Bucharest, Romania
Win 18-7-2   Greg "Mr. Everything" Wright UD 12 26/04/2002   Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Win 13-4-1   Rick "Jet" Roufus TKO 9 30/11/2001   Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 12-1   Chris Brown TKO 1 10/07/2001   Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 15-2-2   Sione Asipeli UD 10 03/11/2000   Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 20-15-2   Mike Peak UD 8 16/08/2000   Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Win 16-2-1   Willard "Red Thunder Rock" Lewis TKO 7 16/06/2000   Montreal, Quebec, Canada Canada Cruiserweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 3:00 of the seventh round.
Win 24-11   Matthew Charleston TKO 2 09/05/2000   Montreal, Quebec, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 2:11 of the second round.
Loss 10-0   Wayne "Big Truck" Braithwaite TKO 8 12/02/2000   Uncasville, Connecticut, United States NABF/WBC International Cruiserweight Titles. Referee stopped the bout at 1:44 of the eighth round.
Win 10-20-8   Wesley "The Wild Wild Wes" Martin UD 8 29/10/1999   Montreal, Quebec, Canada 77-75, 80-71, 78-74.
Loss 21-0   Vassiliy Jirov KO 10 18/09/1999   Las Vegas, Nevada, United States For IBF cruiserweight title
Win 12-6-4   Sajad Abdul Aziz UD 12 28/05/1999   Montreal, Quebec, Canada NABF Cruiserweight Title. 115-113, 115-113, 117-111.
Win 9-10   Val Smith TKO 2 05/02/1999   Montreal, Quebec, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 1:39 of the second round.
Win 11-0   "Dangerous" David Washington TKO 8 14/10/1998   Montreal, Quebec, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 2:30 of the eighth round.
Win 31-10   Leslie "Laventille Tiger" Stewart UD 12 28/05/1998   White Plains, New York, United States NABF Cruiserweight Title. 117-110, 117-110, 115-112.
Win 33-11   Art Jimmerson KO 3 03/04/1998   Montreal, Quebec, Canada NABF Cruiserweight Title. Jimmerson knocked out at 1:10 of the third round.
Win 27-7-1   Robert Folley DQ 6 11/11/1997   Montreal, Quebec, Canada Referee disqualified Folley at 2:34 of the sixth round.
Win 55-34-1   Bobby Crabtree KO 1 04/10/1997   Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada NABF Cruiserweight Title.
Win 7-2-2   Leon Gray MD 10 04/07/1997   Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada
Win 28-4-2   Brian LaSpada TKO 8 05/05/1997   Calgary, Alberta, Canada NABF Cruiserweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:57 of the eighth round.
Win 0-1   Marcelo Aravena TKO 5 20/02/1997   Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Draw 27-3-1   Brian LaSpada TD 6 18/08/1996   Calgary, Alberta, Canada NABF Cruiserweight Title. 55-59, 58-56, 57-57.
Win --   Teddy Adeoba TKO 2 31/05/1996   Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Win 0-1   Shawn Elliott TKO 2 11/04/1996   Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 2:50 of the second round.
Win 15-17-2   Dave Fiddler TKO 2 12/03/1996   Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada CPBC Cruiserweight Title.
Win 2-2   Derrell Banks UD 6 25/01/1996   Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Win 4-33   Donnie "Black Battle Cat" Penelton TKO 4 14/12/1995   Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 1:15 of the fourth round.
Win 4-14   Dean Shannon KO 1 25/10/1995   Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Shannon knocked out at 2:58 of the first round.
Win 5-5-2   Maurice "Mo Bettah" Harris KO 3 16/08/1995   Newark, New Jersey, United States
Win 1-5-1   Dan Laliberte KO 4 23/05/1995   Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada Laliberte knocked out at 2:00 of the fourth round.
Win 0-2   Thaddeus Carney TKO 1 28/04/1995   Bushkill, Pennsylvania, United States

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