Lyndon Arthur

Lyndon Arthur (born 13 June 1991) is an English professional boxer who has held the Commonwealth light-heavyweight title since 2019.

As an amateur, Arthur had around 50 bouts and fought out of Collyhurst & Moston ABC. He competed in multiple national championships, including the 2012-13 ABA National Development Championships at 86 kg, losing out to Jermaine Kelly in the final. At 81 kg, he won the 2013-14 ABA Senior Development Championships and reached the finals of the 2014 and 2016 ABA Elite Championships, losing out to Joshua Buatsi and Tom Whittaker-Hart respectively. In 2016 he also fought in the World Series of Boxing for the British Lionhearts.

Arthur made his professional debut on 24 September 2016 at the Manchester ArenaManchester, scoring a four-round points decision victory over Andy Neylon. *


* This information is from Wikipedia