David Price Boxer Biography

David Price He is a British professional boxer. He boxes in the heavyweight division. He has recorded 25 professional wins and 5 losses until August 2019. He has won gold at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and the 2008 EU Championships and three ABA titles in the super heavyweight division as an amateur. He made his professional debut at the age of 25 in March 2009. He held British, English and Commonwealth heavyweight titles between 2012 and 2013.

Why is David Price famous?

  • He had British and heavyweight titles from the Commonwealth between 2012 and 2013.

Where was David Price born?

David Price was born on July 6, 1983. His birthplace is Liverpool, Merseyside, England. He has British nationality. Its zodiac sign is Cancer. Information about their parents and their first years of life will be updated soon.

Amateur career

He boxed for Long Lane ABC in his early career.

He later joined Salisbury ABC.

He became the youngest ABA champion in the super heavyweight division at age 19 and 272 days.

He won the Commonwealth Confederation tournament in Kuala Lumpur in August 2003.

He lost to Bermane Stiverne in the final of the Tammer Tournament in Finland.

He won his second ABA title in March 2005, where he defeated Damien Campbell in the final.

He also won 4 Nations Championships.

He won his third ABA title by defeating Tom Dallas.

He captained his boxing team and won the gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

He captained the GB team at the 2008 Olympic Games. He won a bronze medal there.

After winning the bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic Games, he became a professional.


He made his professional debut in March 2009. He was 25 years old in his debut. He defeated David Ingleby in his debut.

He defeated John McDermott by TKO in just 73 seconds of the first round in January 2012.

He won the vacant British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles by defeating Sam Sexton in May 2012. He defended his British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles against Audley Harrison in October and Matt Skelton in November 2012.

After his performance, ESPN named him Prospect of the year 2012.

He lost his first professional fight against Tony Thompson in February 2013.

He lost to Thompson once again in a rematch in July 2013.

However, the British Boxing Control Board banned Thompson for 18 months after Thompson failed the drug test.

He abandoned his British and Commonwealth titles and signed a promotional agreement with German boxing promoter Team Sauerland in late 2013.

He defeated Istvan Ruzsinszky in January 2014, Ondrej Pala in April 2014, Yaroslav Zavorotnyi in June 2014 and Irineu Beato Costa Junior in February 2015.

He fought against German boxer Erkan Teper for the vacant heavyweight EBU title. Teper left him unconscious in the second round.

However, it was later discovered that Teper had failed a drug test. The result was changed to No-Contest.

He defeated Vaclav Pejsar, Ivica Perkovic before losing to Christian Hammer for the WBO European heavyweight title in February 2017.

He then defeated Kamil Sokolowski in December 2017.

Price lost to Alexander Povetkin in February 2018.

He suffered his fifth lost professional against Sergei Kuzmin in October 2018.

Who is David Price married to?

David Price has kept a low profile with respect to his personal life. His personal life is far from the center of attention. Authentic information about the status of your relationship is not available at this time.

How tall is David Price?

David Price stands at a height of 2.03 m, that is, 6 feet 8 inches high. It has an athletic constitution. It has a range of 2.08 m, that is, 82 inches.

What is the net value of David Price?

David Price wins from his professional boxing career. As a professional boxer, he has recorded 25 wins and 5 losses in his professional career. Their income comes from contracts, cash prizes and guarantees. Your net worth will be updated soon.

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