Mick Croucher

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Name: Mick Croucher
Hometown: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Height: 5′ 11″   /   180cm
Boxing Record: click

Mick started his boxing career in Bairnsdale in East Gippsland at the age of 14, at the Police Boys Club.

As a Professional Mick was trained by Jack Rennie, and had 28 fights; 11 (KOs 4) wins, 15 loses and 2 draws. He was the leading contender for the Australian Light Middleweight title, however was never given a chance to fight for the title by Stadium Ltd, due to his alliance with the newly formed ABF. During this time there was also the ABC in Sydney, so unless one was loyal to Stadium Ltd., one never qualified for a title shot. Mick never found out if in fact he was the best light middle in Australia.

Mick became Lionel Rose's main sparring partner and sparred many rounds with the world Bantamweight champion.


Mick has now formed the new organisation, the World Boxing Foundation, and is the President. A tireless worker, Mick has made inroads into quite a few countries through his desire to improve opportunity for the Pacific Asian fighters. He intends to bring credibility for his own organisation, the new WBF