Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne will take on unbeaten Ukrainian puncher Andriy Rudenko at the Civic Hall in Wolverhampton, England on August 1. Continue reading
LUCAS BROWNE has received an official letter of praise from the Australian National Boxing Federation for his historic Commonwealth title victory in England last month. Continue reading
AUSSIE puncher Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne says he’d be prepared to step in against the winner of the upcoming WBC heavyweight title fight between Chris Arreola and Bermane Stiverne.
Browne enhanced his standing with the Mexico City-based sanctioning body in Sheffield, England on Saturday night by blasting out Stiverne’s countryman Eric Martel Bahoeli in five rounds and he’s eager for sterner tests.
Fights with both Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury have been mentioned for the hard-hitting Sydney man, but he’d happily push them to one side if a world title opportunity became available.
“Like every heavyweight my ultimate goal is Klitschko, but I know I’ve got a few little things I need to work on before I’ll be ready for that fight,” he said. Continue reading
LUCAS “BIG DADDY” BROWNE became the first Australian to win the Commonwealth heavyweight title in 122 years when he scored a fifth round knockout of Canada’s Eric Martel Bahoeli at the Ponds Forge Arena in Sheffield, England on Saturday night.
After flooring Bahoeli heavily with solid right in the second, Browne sustained a severe cut above this left eye from a head clash in the third, but still battled on to record his 20th pro victory and 18th stoppage.
If anything the laceration seemed to bring out the best in the 35-year-old from Sydney. Continue reading
Tonight in Sheffield, Australian heavyweight giant Lucas Browne won the vacant Commonwealth title with an exciting 5th-round KO over Canada’s Eric Martel Bahoeli. Browne’s Sunday punch, his big right hand, got the job done, as Bahoeli was clubbed to the floor whilst stuck in a corner. The time was one-minute and 26-seconds. Browne is now 20-0(17). Bahoeli, the younger man by three year at age 32, is now 10-4(7).
There was plenty of drama to keep the fans on the edge of their seat before the ending. Browne, stalking a moving target, looked to unload his power punches, with Bahoeli boxing well, landing some shots with his fast hands. The difference in power and strength was obvious however, and sure enough Browne, known as “Big Daddy” broke though in the 2nd. A looping right hand decked Bahoeli and it looked as though the fight was over with. Continue reading
Please find below the weights from Sheffield for Lucas “Big Daddy” Browne and Eric Martel Bahoeli plus undercard as well as a selection of photos
Vacant heavyweight Commonwealth and WBC Eurasian Pacific title
Lucas Browne (19st 7lbs) v Eric Martell Bahoeli (17st 11lbs)
European bantamweight title
Karim Guerfi (8st 5lbs) v Zanzt Zhakiyanov (8st 5lbs)
Vacant WBC Youth middleweight title
Adam Etches (11st 6lbs) v Felipe De La Paz Teniente (11st 1lb) Continue reading
CANADIAN puncher Eric Martel Bahoeli believes his speed will be telling against Lucas Browne in Sheffield this Saturday night (April 26).
The Quebec-native takes on the hard-hitting Aussie for the vacant Commonwealth heavyweight title at the Ponds Forge Arena and is very confident of victory.
Bookies have made Browne a heavy favourite, but Bahoeli is used to upsetting the odds. Last November he was given little chance of success against compatriot Didier Bence and ended up snapping the highly touted prospect’s unbeaten record with a second round TKO. Continue reading
LUCAS ‘BIG DADDY’ BROWNE is hoping Sheffield fight fans get behind him when he faces Eric Martel Bahoeli this Saturday, despite him defeating one of the city’s favourite sons.
Browne, 35, set up his Commonwealth heavyweight shot by stopping the Steel City’s own Richard Towers in Hull last November, but believes he’ll have the support of the crowd at the Ponds Forge Arena. Continue reading
In what is a fantastic move for Australian fight fans, next weekend’s blockbuster Commonwealth title fight between Lucas Browne and Eric Bahoeli will be televised live on Eurosport. Continue reading
HARD-HITTING Canadian Eric Martel Bahoeli believes his Commonwealth title fight with Lucas Browne will open the door to the big time. Continue reading