Lyndon Arthur is a British professional boxer who was born on July 23, 1991, in Manchester, England.
He currently competes in the light heavyweight division and holds a record of 19 wins, 0 losses, and 0 draws, with 12 of those wins coming by way of knockout.
Arthur began his amateur career at the age of 19 and won numerous titles, including the Elite ABA Championships in 2013 and 2015.
He turned professional in 2017 and signed with Frank Warren’s Queensberry Promotions.
Arthur’s professional career has been impressive so far, with wins over notable opponents such as Emmanuel Anim, Dec Spelman, and Davide Faraci.
He won the vacant Commonwealth light heavyweight title in December 2019 by defeating Ghanaian boxer Emmanuel Anim in a 12-round unanimous decision.
In December 2020, Arthur faced off against fellow undefeated prospect Anthony Yarde in a highly anticipated fight.
The bout was closely contested, but Arthur ultimately emerged victorious, winning by split decision and retaining his Commonwealth title.
Arthur is known for his technical ability, power, and strong jab. He is also a patient fighter who prefers to pick his shots and wear down his opponents rather than rushing in for a quick finish.
With his unbeaten record and impressive performances, Arthur is considered to be one of the top prospects in the light heavyweight division and has the potential to become a world champion in the future.
Lyndon Arthur Siblings: What happen to Zennen, Lyndon brother
Lyndon Arthur shared his parents with his brother Zennen. Lyndon was only ten years old when Zennen was killed in a gangland shooting in Manchester.
He dedicated his victory over Anthony to his late brother.