Former WBF World Heavyweight Champion Boxer Publishes Autobiography

Former World Boxing Foundation Heavyweight Champion, Rob Calloway has written his autobiography titled Rob Calloway: All American Prizefighter.

Calloway had 92 total fights, 76 wins (60 by knockout), 14 losses, and 2 draws. His World Heavyweight Championship win over Bob Mirovic in Australia, on the Gold Coast, for the World Boxing Foundation heavyweight championship was designated the 2005 Fight of the Year by Fox Sports (Australia).

Calloway has fought in over 20 different states and 10 times outside of the USA in 8 different countries: 2X in Germany and 2X in Australia, Denmark, England, Poland, Bahamas, China, and Russia. He has faced some of the world's most famous boxers, including former heavyweight champions Hasim Rahman, Shannon Briggs, and Russia's Ruslan Chagaev two times with the first being a Technical Draw on Showtime. Chagaev knocked out Calloway in two rounds in the rematch in Germany in his fight before winning the WBA World Heavyweight Championship. Calloway is a Boxing Hall of Fame candidate, who will be eligible in 2022.

Calloway’s autobiography is a fascinating and insightful look into the world of boxing, interspersed with inspiring glimpses into his personal life. It is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle: and

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