Jon-Lewis Dickinson (born 3 May 1986 in Durham, England) is a British boxer currently fighting in the cruiserweight class, and held the British cruiserweight title from 2012 until 2014.
In his early fights he beat journeymen Paul Bonson and Hastings Rasani on points, before winning the Prizefighter series in April 2010 beating Leon Williams, Mark Krence and Nick Okoth. In July, however, he suffered a shock knockout loss to Tyrone Wright, and followed it up by retiring on his stool against Richard Turba, after suffering a suspected broken jaw.
Dickinson returned in July 2011 with a win over 2002 Commonwealth Games gold medallist David Dolan before beating Chris Burton in February 2012. He won the English cruiserweight title in March 2012 with a UD10 win over Matty Askin, in a fight that was also a British title eliminator. Dickinson won the British title in October 2012, beating former champion Shane McPhilbin by unanimous decision in a challenge for the vacant title at the Echo Arena Liverpool. After three successful defences he lost the title to in June 2014 at the Metro Radio Arena when he was stopped in the second round by Ovill McKenzie.
His younger brother Travis Dickinson is also a professional boxer who fights at light-heavyweight, and also won Prizefighter in January 2011.