Lonnie Bradley - Professional Career

Professional Career

Bradley turned pro in 1992 and won the Vacant WBO Middleweight Title in 1995 with a TKO of David Mendez. Bradley defended the title six times before relinquishing the belt, including victories over Lonnie Beasley and Simon Brown. Bradley retired in 2003 after suffering his lone defeat, a TKO loss to David Alonso Lopez.


Preceded by
Steve Collins
Vacated
WBO Middleweight boxing champion
19 May 1995–28 June 1997
Vacated
Succeeded by
Otis Grant

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