SO, WHO EXACTLY IS
Liam has had a decorated amateur career from a young age, Liam was selected to represent Australia at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games only missing out through a hand injury in the lead up. A couple of years later got his shot at the Gold Coast Commonwealth games in front of his home crowd.
Liam has now been a Professional fighter for just over one year now, securing an Australian Title in only his third fight against a much more experienced fighter in front of one of Australia’s biggest arenas at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane as a sub main fight on the Horn v Mundine card last year. Liam has been earmarked as one of Australia’s next big things.
6 Fights 6 Wins.
4 Wins by Knockout
Won Australian Title in only his 3rd Pro fight
#5 Australian Super Featherweight
8 X Queensland Champion
4 X Australian Champion
Represented Australia in Junior and
Youth World Championships
Professional since 2018
60% Knockout Rate
Held the Australian Title as a Pro
Youth World Champion
Amateur Career – over 130 fights
Started boxing in 2016