Lloyd Honeyghan : Biography, Age, Records, Height, Achievements, Family and career Statistics 

We’ll talk about Lloyd Honeyghan’s life and achievements in this article along with Career statistics and some interesting personal life information that you should know about, 

From 1980 through 1995, British former professional boxer Lloyd Honeyghan (born April 22, 1960) competed. From 1986 through 1987, he held the undisputed welterweight championship, and from 1986 to 1989, he twice held the WBC and The Ring magazine welterweight belts. He held the British, European, and Commonwealth welterweight championships between 1983 and 1985 as well as the Commonwealth super-welterweight championship between 1993 and 1994.

The boxing record of Lloyd Honeyghan are as follows:

Total Fights  48
Wins 43
Wins by KO 30
Losses 5

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We’ll talk about Lloyd Honeyghan’s life and achievements in this article along with Career statistics and some interesting personal life information that you should know about, 

Lloyd Honeyghan Biography 

Real Name: Lloyd Honeyghan

Nickname : Raggamuffin

Profession: British Former Professional Boxer

Nationality: British 

Net Worth:  $ 5 Million 

Professional Debut: 1980

Lloyd Honeyghan Physical Status 

Height: 1.73 m

Weight : 70 Kg

Body Measurements : Not Available 

Build : Athletic

Eye color : Black

Hair color : Bald

Lloyd Honeyghan Personal Life : 

Date of Birth : 22 April 1960

Place of Birth : St. Elizabeth Parish, Jamaica  

School : Not Available 

College : Not Available 

Highest Educational Qualifications : Not Known

Zodiac Sign : Taurus 

Sexual Orientation : Straight 

Hobbies : Watching Movies and cooking 

Lloyd Honeyghan Achievements 

  1. From 1986 through 1987, Lloyd Honeyghan held the undisputed welterweight championship. He also twice held the WBC and The Ring magazine welterweight titles from 1986 and 1989.
  2. In his first 13 battles, Lloyd Honeyghan was victorious, beating Kostas Petrou, a tough opponent.
  3. On April 5, 1983, Lloyd Honeyghan defeated Cliff Gilpin in a twelve-round points decision to win the British welterweight championship after getting knocked down for the first time in his career.
  4. With his all-action fighting style, Lloyd Honeyghan won over former US Super-lightweight champion Gene Hatcher in just 45 seconds, one of the fastest victories in a world title battle.

Here are some lesser known facts about Lloyd Honeyghan

  1. In order to keep the shattered thumb bone in place after suffering a broken thumb, Lloyd Honeyghan had to have a pin put into his left hand.
  2. A trademark of Lloyd Honeyghan’s was his full-frontal assault on adversaries.
  3. When Lloyd Honeyghan defeated Vaca in a rematch for the WBC title in the third round, he became just the second British boxer in history to successfully defend a world championship.
  4. In order to compete against Mark Breland for the WBA championship in 1990, Lloyd Honeyghan had to make amends to the WBA for his prior behaviour.

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