Shane Chapman - Boxing Record

Boxing Record
9 Wins (5 (T)KO's), 1 Loss, 1 Draw
Date Result Opponent Venue Location Method Round Time Record
2010-10-30 Win Monty Fauea ASB Stadium Auckland, New Zealand KO 4 9-1-1
2009-12-05 Win Areta Gilbert Headhunters Motorcycle Club Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Unanimous) 6 3:00 8-1-1
2009-11-21 Win Fale Siaoloa ASB Stadium Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Unanimous) 6 3:00 7-1-1
2009-10-03 Draw Soulan Pownceby Mystery Creek Events Centre Hamilton, New Zealand Technical Decision 3 1:40 6-1-1
2008-11-08 Win Fale Siaoloa ASB Stadium Auckland, New Zealand TKO 2 6-1
2008-10-18 Win Niusila Seiuli YMCA Stadium Auckland, New Zealand TKO 3 5-1
2008-05-03 Loss Daniel McKinnon Headhunters Motorcycle Club Auckland, New Zealand Decision (Unanimous) 10 3:00 4-1
2007-09-28 Win Niusila Seiuli Manurewa Netball Centre Manukau City, New Zealand Decision (Unanimous) 4 3:00 4-0
2005-04-16 Win Charles August Trusts Stadium Auckland, New Zealand KO 2 3-0
2002-12-14 Win Aaron Boyes YMCA Stadium Auckland, New Zealand Decision 4 3:00 2-0
2002-08-16 Win Ionatana Pula St James Theatre Auckland, New Zealand TKO 3 1-0

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