| 14 July 1984 (age 32)
Ireland (1984-07-14) |
Chris Eubank Jr, Billy Joe Saunders, Andy Lee, Dmitry Chudinov, Anthony Ogogo
Gary "Spike" O'Sullivan (born 14 July 1984) is an Irish professional boxer who has formerly held the WBO International and Irish middleweight titles. He has also acted and has performed stunts in the 2007 film Strength and Honour. O'Sullivan is a member of Murphy's Boxing, a boxing promotion founded by Ken Casey of the Boston punk band Dropkick Murphys.
O'Sullivan defeated Matthew Hall in a close contest, at Upton Park, London, on 14 July 2012 on the undercard of David Haye vs. Dereck Chisora, to win the WBO intercontinental middleweight title.
It was announced following this defeat of Larry Smith that O'Sullivan would take on former world contender Milton Nunez. O'Sullivan, before the fight, described the bout as "the most important fight of my life". He started the fight well with some solid body shots easily claiming the first round. He knocked Nunez down in the second round and ultimately scored an impressive victory, by TKO, over Nunez in the third round.Strength and Honour (2007, stunts)
The Last Round (2012, short film, as Opponent)
The Vein Within (2013, as Steven Murphy)
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