Lonsdale Belt - List of Outright Winners (partial)

List of Outright Winners (partial)

  • Freddie Welsh (1912)
  • Jim Driscoll (1910)
  • Digger Stanley (1910)
  • Bombardier Billy Wells (heavyweight) (1913)
  • Jimmy Wilde (flyweight) (1917)
  • Pat O'Keefe (middleweight) (1918)
  • Johnny Brown (bantamweight) (1923) (defended twice 1925, retained)
  • Jack Hood (welterweight) (1926)
  • Jack Petersen (heavyweight) (1935)
  • Nel Tarleton (outright winner of two belts in 1936 and 1945)
  • Ernie Roderick (welterweight) (1941)
  • Jackie Paterson (flyweight) (1943)
  • Ronnie Clayton (outright winner of two belts in 1950 and 1953)
  • Randolph Turpin (light-heavyweight) (1952, outright in 1956)
  • Peter Keenan (outright winner of two belts in 1953 and 1957)
  • Henry Cooper (outright winner of three belts)
  • Brian Curvis (outright winner of two belts in 1961 and 1964)
  • Howard Winstone (outright winner of two belts in 1962 and 1963)
  • Maurice Cullen (lightweight) (1966)
  • George Feeney (1984)
  • Hugh Russell (1985)
  • Billy Hardy (bantamweight) (1989)
  • Lennox Lewis (heavyweight) (1992)
  • Richie Wenton (super-bantam weight) (1994 - 1996)
  • Julius Francis (heavyweight) (1999)
  • Michael Gomez (super featherweight) (2000)
  • Danny Williams (heavyweight) (2002)
  • David Barnes (welterweight) (2004)
  • Matt Skelton (heavyweight) (2005)
  • Scott Dann (middleweight) (2005)
  • Carl Froch (super middleweight) (2006)
  • Kell Brook (welterweight) (2009)
  • John Simpson (featherweight) (2010)

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