Luke Jackson


Luke Jackson was born in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia on January 1st, 1985 and is the Boxer. At the age of 39, Luke Jackson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 1, 1985
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Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
39 years old
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Luke Jackson Life

Luke Jackson (born in Hobart, Tasmania) is a professional Australian boxer with a current record of 19-1 (8KOs).

Jackson began working in 2013 and is now the WBA Oceania, WBO Oriental, and Australian Featherweight champion. He held a Bronze medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne and was a former Australian Institute of Sport boxing scholarship holder.

He was named Team Captain for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi and represented Australia in the lightweight category of the 2012 Summer Olympics, once again as Team Captain. Jackson didn't pick up the gloves until the age of 18, but he demonstrated a natural talent in his first year and then winning the title in his second year.

He was selected for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games in the following year, where he earned his bronze medal.

"To win an Olympic gold medal is more difficult than any professional world championship ever," he told the Melbourne Age, "to win an Olympic gold medal is harder than any other national championship ever." 19-1 (8KOs) AMateur Record: Won 81 (Japan) Amateur Games in Melbourne, Australia, Bronze 2012 Oceania Championships, Azerbaijan - Top 32 Games, Top 32 2011 World Championships, Beijing, Australia, Melbourne - Gold 2012 Oceania Championships, Canberra, Melbourne.


Luke Jackson Career

Professional career

Luke Jackson competed against Carl Frampton for the vacant interim WBO world featherweight championship on August 18, 2018. In the eight round, Frampton dropped Jackson with a spectacular left hook to the body. At the start of the ninth round, Jackson didn't recover, and Frampton's offensive continued his march and eventually stopped Jackson from winning the match via TKO.


Luke Jackson Awards


  • Professional record: 19-2 (8KOs)
  • Amateur record: 113–32
  • Australian Title x 6
  • 2006 Commonwealth Games, Melbourne - Bronze
  • 2010 Commonwealth Games, India - Top 16
  • 2005 World Championships, China - Top 32
  • 2011 World Championships, Azerbaijan - Top 16
  • 2012 Afrura Games, Darwin - Gold
  • 2005 Oceania Championships, PNG - Bronze
  • 2008 Oceania Championships, Samoa - Silver
  • 2010 Oceania Championships, Canberra - Gold
  • 2012 Oceania Championships, Canberra - Gold
  • 2012 Olympic Games, London

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