Rob Calloway Wins Again

31.05.07 - Rob Calloway took his record to 65-7-1, 52 KO's by stopping Chris Thomas (16-8-2, 14 KO's) in round three in Kansas City, Missouri on May 30. Calloway has now scrored eight straight knockouts since a unanimous points loss to three time world heavyweight title challenger Jameel McCline on April 4 2006. This was the All American PrizeFighter's second win in three weeks, as he stopped “Twin Tyson” Cliff Couser (25-12-2, 13 KO's) in round two in Tulsa, OKlahoma on May 10.

37 year old Calloway has been campaigning in the 200 lb Cruiserweight division since December, though he did weigh in at 206 lb for the Couser fight, to Cliff's 232. He is now rated number 15 by the WBO and 24 by the WBC at Cruiserweight. Good guy Rob has won 11 minor titles as a professional and is best known in Australia for his epic points win over Bob Mirovic on the Gold Coast in June '05 for the WBF heavyweight belt. He trained for the Thomas fight in the Pennsylvania camp of former heavyweight champion of the world, Hasim Rahman, who knocked him out in June 2004.

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Article posted on 01.06.2007

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