Rob Calloway Wins Again
11.08.07 - By Tony Nobbs: Former WBF heavyweight champion, “The All American PrizeFighter” Rob Calloway (66-7-1, 52 KO's) dropped Terry Smith (30-3-1, 18 KO's) in round 8, en route to registering his 9th (8 inside distance) straight victory at the Expo Center in Springfield, Missouri on Friday August 10.
Article posted on 12.08.2007
Scores 96-93, 96-93 and 96-94. Smith holds a win over former IBF cruiser champ Kelvin Davis who was seriously injured in New Zealand in June as he did road work preparing for a bout with IBF Pan Pac heavyweight champion Shane Cameron. Rated # 15 by the WBO at cruiserweight where he has campaigned since December, Rob took this heavyweight bout as he has “found it impossible to find a cruiserweight opponent."
In another heavyweight fight in May, Calloway knocked out “Twin Tyson” Cliff Couser in two rounds in May. To give an indication of Calloway's form, in Couser's next bout he scored an upset knockout of former world title challenger Monte Barrett! Rob,38, is next due to fight cross town rival Galen Brown in St Joseph, MO, in October in a ten rounder at cruiserweight. Have gloves will fight Calloway, 38, is best known in Australia for his WBF title win over Bob Mirovic on the Gold Coast in 2005. He has recently been sparring Hasim Rahman and is training with Marshall Kaufman.
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