Lerrone Richards (born 25 August 1992) is a British professional boxer who has held the British and Commonwealth super-middleweight titles since 2019. As an amateur Richards compiled a record of 91–9. He represented Ghana at the 2012 African Olympic Qualifier, losing in the quarter-final to Abdelmalek Rahou by 9:16.
Richards made his professional debut on 29 September 2013, scoring a four-round points decision (PTS) victory over Robert Studzinski at the York Hall in London. Following a six-round PTS victory over Chris Dutton in March 2018 – Richards' only fight of 2018 due to injury – he fought Tommy Langford on 27 April 2019 at the Wembley Arena, London, with the vacant WBO International, and Commonwealth super-middleweight titles on the line. Richards won by UD with the three judges scoring the bout 118–111, 118–110 and 116–113. *