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Australia’s first ever Welterweight world champion, Jeff Horn’s upset victory against the legendary Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium in July 2017, catapulted him onto the world stage. Now firmly established as one of Queensland’s favourite son...

Australia’s first ever Welterweight world champion, Jeff Horn’s upset victory against the legendary Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium in July 2017, catapulted him onto the world stage. Now firmly established as one of Queensland’s favourite sons, Horn, who formerly held the WBO World Welterweight, WBO Intercontinental Welterweight Title and the IBF Intercontinental Welterweight Titles is determined to show that his world title win was no fluke. ​​​​​​ Raised in a stable, loving family, the charming, good looking and well-mannered 30 year old, formerly a school-teacher, began boxing at the relatively late age of 18. ​​​​​​ Establishing a name for himself with a decorated amateur career, including Australia’s best ever Olympic boxing performance at London 2012, Horn decided to make the switch to the paid ranks in 2013 and is now on course to become Australian boxing royalty.

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'The Hornet'

Jeff Horn

Welterweight

20WIN
13KO
1DRAW
3LOST

Age

36

Height

1.75 M

Resides

Bisbane, QLD

Stance

Orthodox

Rounds

24

Knock out

65%

Win Rate

83%

KO

65%

Australia’s first ever Welterweight world champion, Jeff Horn’s upset victory against the legendary Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium in July 2017, catapulted him onto the world stage. Now firmly established as one of Queensland’s favourite son...

Australia’s first ever Welterweight world champion, Jeff Horn’s upset victory against the legendary Manny Pacquiao at Suncorp Stadium in July 2017, catapulted him onto the world stage. Now firmly established as one of Queensland’s favourite sons, Horn, who formerly held the WBO World Welterweight, WBO Intercontinental Welterweight Title and the IBF Intercontinental Welterweight Titles is determined to show that his world title win was no fluke. ​​​​​​ Raised in a stable, loving family, the charming, good looking and well-mannered 30 year old, formerly a school-teacher, began boxing at the relatively late age of 18. ​​​​​​ Establishing a name for himself with a decorated amateur career, including Australia’s best ever Olympic boxing performance at London 2012, Horn decided to make the switch to the paid ranks in 2013 and is now on course to become Australian boxing royalty.

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