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Zac Dunn

Zac “ Dynamo “ Dunn had a fantastic amateur career with 172 fights and 154 wins.

Zacs amateur career took him all over the world, fighting in Baku, Azerbaijan (bronze at the World Cadets Championship 2007), quarterfinalist in Guadalajara, Mexico (at the World Youth Championship as Australian captain), Noginsk, Russia (Silver medallist at Junior Memorial) & Anapa, Russia (Bronze medallist twice at Nikolay Pavlyukov Memorial 2008 & 2009), Guantanamo, Cuba (silver medallist at the international tournament Giraldo Cordova Cardin 2010).

As a professional he has also been around the World in several training camps and official fights (He has Fought IN THE USA live in ESPN and also in Guadalajara and Merida Mexico), He has an impressive record of 29 W 1 L. Former, WBC (World Boxing Council) Youth World Champion at 2013 at only 22 years old, former IBO (International Boxing Organization) World Champion when defeated Max Bursak from Ukraine in a great bout that took place in 2015 at the iconic Royal Exhibition Buildings. This victory made him worthy and therefore he was awarded 2015 Fighter of the year by the Australian Boxing Hall of Fame A year after at 2016 he won the Supermiddleweight Commonwealth Boxing Council Title, being the first Australian in 26 years to capture this title at the Supermiddleweight division Currently rated top 15 at WBA and scheduled to challenge for the interim WBA and IBO Light heavyweight World Title vs current Champion Domenic Boesel in Magdeburg Germany https://www.facebook.com/ZacDunnBoxing/videos/915070545593333/ 

WINS: 29
LOSSES: 1
KO: 24
AGE: 29
DIVISION: SUPER MIDDLEWEIGHT
HEIGHT: 182CM
TITLES: 2018 - WBA Ocenia supermiddleweight (2018), 2016 -Commonwealth Boxing Council super middleweight (2016), WBC International silver super middleweight (2015), IBO World super middleweight (2015), WBO Oriental super middleweight (2014), WBC Eurasia Pacific Boxing Council super middleweight (2014), WBC Asian Boxing Council Continental super middleweight (2014), WBC Youth World super middleweight (2013), PABA super middleweight (2013), Australia - Victoria State super middleweight (2012).

Zac Dunn Box Rec: https://boxrec.com/en/proboxer/611417

Quote from Zac: "My first pair of boxing gloves at 11 years old were Everlast and my last boxing gloves will be Everlast. Happy to be on board"