Australian professional boxer Lucas Browne, born April 14, 1979, has also competed in mixed martial arts and kickboxing.

When he defeated Ruslan Chagaev in 2016, he was the WBA (Regular) heavyweight champion. He won the Australian and Commonwealth heavyweight titles from 2012 to 2015 in boxing.

Browne defeated Colin Wilson in three rounds and won the heavyweight championship in Australia by knocking out his opponent.

On April 28, 2013, he won a victory over James Toney, who was a future Hall of Famer and world champion in three different weight divisions.

In another three months, he knocked out the former heavyweight champion of the NABF, Travis Walker, in seven rounds. Browne defeated Richard Towers, a former heavyweight champion of the European Union, via technical knockout in the fifth round in November of 2013.

At the Ponds Forge Arena in Sheffield on the 26th of April, 2014, Browne engaged in a fight against Éric Martel-Bahoéli for the unclaimed heavyweight championship of the Commonwealth.

After defeating Andriy Rudenko (24-0) in August 2014, he successfully defended his WBC-EPBC championship and went on to win the vacant WBA Inter-Continental heavyweight title.

The World Boxing Association (WBA) issued an order on November 14, 2015, mandating that Ruslan Chagaev negotiate a bout with the Australian heavyweight challenger

Browne to defend his WBA championship. On March 5, 2016, it was officially revealed that the battle will take place in Grozny, which is located in Russia.

How old is Lucas Browne?

Lucas Browne, an Australian professional boxer, was born in Auburn, Australia, on April 14, 1979. In 2022, he will be 44 years old.

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