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Paul Lloyd (boxer)

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Nickname(s)  Livewire
Name  Paul Lloyd
Nationality  English
Role  Professional Boxer

Wins  20 (KO 14)
Height  1.7 m
Losses  7 (KO 6)
Total fights  27
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Rated at  bantam/super bantamweight
Born  7 December 1968 (age 47) Bebington, Wirral, England (1968-12-07)
Division  Bantamweight, Super bantamweight

Paul "Livewire" Lloyd ( (1968-12-07) 7 December 1968 ) born in Bebington, Wirral is an English amateur bantamweight and professional bantam/super bantamweight boxer of the 1990s and 2000s, who as an amateur won the 1990 Amateur Boxing Association of England (ABAE) bantamweight title, against Michael Gibbons, Michael Alldis, Wilson Docherty, and Patrick Mullings (Harrow & District ABC), participated in the World Cup in Bombay, India, during November 1990, defeating Rico Maspaitela of Indonesia, and losing to Enrique CarriĆ³n of Cuba, unsuccessfully participated in the trials for the 1992 Summer Olympics in Halle, Germany, defeating Shaun Anderson of Scotland, and losing to Dieter Berg of Germany, and won the gold medal at bantamweight at the 1992 Canada Cup in Ottawa, Canada during May 1992, defeating Lorenzo Aragon Armenteros of Cuba, Mark Mercier of Canada, and Alexei Aztamohov of Russia, boxing out of Vauxhall Motors ABC (Ellesmere Port), and as a professional won the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) Central Area super bantamweight title, BBBofC British bantamweight title, European Boxing Union (EBU) bantamweight title, and Commonwealth bantamweight title, and was a challenger for the BBBofC British super bantamweight title against Richie Wenton, International Boxing Federation (IBF) bantamweight title against Tim Austin, World Boxing Organization (WBO) super bantamweight title against Marco Antonio Barrera, International Boxing Council bantamweight title against Johnny Bredahl, and International Boxing Organization bantamweight title against Noel Wilders.


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