Tony Sibson vs Mark Kaylor British, Commonwealth and European middleweight title official on-site 22 page programme SIGNED and INSCRIBED "Best Wishes" by Tony Sibson, 27th November 1984, Wembley Arena, Wembley, London.
Sibson W unanimous decision
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Condition very good (very light vertical crease & scorecard has been marked by an enthusiastic fight fan)
Tony Sibson (born 9 April 1958, in Leicester, England) was well known as Britain's best as he was Commonwealth and European champion and a 3-time World title challenger. His speed coupled with rugged power enabled him to be ranked as one of the best middleweights in the World and ultimately challenge Marvin Hagler for his World crown.
A Middleweight, Sibson fought during the 1970's and 1980's, winning 55 of his 63 bouts, including 31 by knockout. He fought Marvin Hagler for the WBA and WBC middleweight titles in February 1983, losing by a technical knockout in the sixth round. Sibson later moved up to Light heavyweight and lost to Dennis Andries in a bout for the WBC title in 1986. Two years later he challenged Frank Tate for the IBF Middleweight title, this time losing by a 10th round TKO.
Since retiring from boxing, Sibson has led a low-key life working within the building trade living in Weymouth.