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Daniel Dawson Bio
Daniel "The Rock" Dawson (born (1977-10-15)15 October 1977) is an Australian super welterweight kickboxer and boxer, fighting out of Perth, Western Australia.
Boxing career 
Daniel Dawson has a boxing record of 34 wins and 2 losses. He suffered his first loss to Daniel Geale, for the vacant IBO world Title in December 2007.
May 14 on Show Time Boxing he lost to Sergiy Dzinziruk with TKO in round 10 for the WBO World Junior Middleweight Championship.
Kickboxing career 
Daniel has had a very successful kickboxing career and has fought in cards from Australia to Japan and has fought under a diverse range of styles including Muay Thai, K-1 and Shoot boxing. In his career as a kickboxer he has fought and beaten some of the Oceania region and Japan's best fighters picking up victories against the likes of John Wayne Parr, Taishin Kohiruimaki, Kenichi Ogata, Shane Chapman and Jordan Tai. Daniel was a former two time world champion, having held both the I.S.K.A. and W.M.T.A belts, having defended them a total of six times. He has also done well in tournaments being the Judgement Day eight man tournament winner in 2001 and 2002.
- 2009 I.B.F. Pan Pacific light middleweight champion
- 2008 W.B.A. Pan African light middleweight champion
- 2008 P.A.B.A. light middleweight champion (3 title defences)
- 2007 P.A.B.A. light middleweight champion (1 title defence then vacated due to world title fight)
- 2004 Australian light middleweight champion
- 2004 W.B.O. Asia Pacific light middleweight champion
- 2004 P.A.B.A. light middleweight champion (0 title defences - vacated)
- 2004 W.B.F. international middleweight champion
- 2003 Australian light middleweight champion (0 title defences - moved up in weight)
- 2003 West Australia light middleweight champion (1 title defence)
- 2003 Judgement Day 3 "Super 8 Eliminator" tournament champion -70 kg
- 2002 Judgement Day 2 "Super 8 Eliminator" tournament champion -70 kg
- W.M.T.A. Muaythai super welterweight world champion
- I.S.K.A. Muaythai super welterweight world champion