A Melbourne super middleweight boxer who holds an impressive 27-1 professional record, Zac “Dynamo” Dunn is currently the WBC International Silver Super-Middleweight titleholder. He debuted as a professional boxer in May 2012, then went to winning 23 matches in a row and grabbing the WBO Oriental, IBO World, WBC International Silver, and Commonwealth titles along the way.
Zac Dunn’s only loss was against David Brophy when he lost the Commonwealth Super Middleweight title. He bounced back right away and won 3 straight matches. In November 2018, he once again became a champion by beating Bo Gibbs Jr. from the U.S.A. and taking home the vacant WBA Oceania Super Middleweight belt.
Dunn defended his title twice in 2019 and won both bouts via technical knock-out. In March 2020, he will be battling Dominic Boesel in Germany for the vacant WBA World and IBO World titles.