Cameron Hammond

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Alias The Hammer
Birth 20/09/1989
Age 32
Debut 11/12/2012
Stance Orthodox
Height 179 cm
Residence Brisbane, QLD
Birthplace Moree, NSW
Nationality Australian

Cameron “The Hammer” Hammond is an Indigenous Australian and former pro boxer in the welterweight division whose career from 2012-2018 earned the WBA Oceania Welter title, which he help for more than 2 years at one time. He also played at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2012 Summer Olympics, representing Australia as an amateur middleweight boxer.

An Australian Institute of Sport scholarship recipient, Cameron turned pro in December 2012 and won 16 consecutive matches. During this run, he was able to win the WBA Oceania Welter title and defended it successfully three times. His winning streak only ended after Kris George beat him for the vacant Commonwealth Welter Title in November 2016.

After the loss, Cameron went on hiatus for one and a half years, then he returned to the ring with a TKO win over Apichat Koedchatturat in June 2018. He became a champion once more in November 2018 when he beat the Venezuelan Frank Rojas via unanimous decision. Cameron held an 18-1 record with 9 KO wins during his entire pro career.

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