Prospect Watch: Liam Paro

Liam Paro
Liam Paro

Rising star Liam Paro making some noise at super lightweight

Undefeated WBO #6 rated fighter Liam Paro has made a statement in his last two step up fights.

Paro (15-0, 11 KOs) is a 22 year-old Australian southpaw. He currently holds the Interim WBO Asia-Pacific super lightweight title, winning it by knock out against Robert Tlatlik in October.

Paro did what nobody has been able to do in stopping Tlatlik, who didn’t answer the bell to start the eighth round.

Boxing Broadcast, an affiliate of 3kingsboxing, spoke to Paro who stated his end goal is to fight for a world title.

The young southpaw is in a very deep division. Names like Regis Prograis, Josh Taylor, Jose Ramirez, Kiryl Relikh and Maurice Hooker top the list. Thereafter, you have contenders like Jack Catterall, Mario Barrios and Viktor Postol amongst others that are very respectable.


Paro has won the Australian super lightweight title along with the WBO Youth super lightweight title. He has also knocked out every undefeated fighter he has faced as a professional.

He is making a case for why he’s one of the rising stars in the division. With this many talented young fighters, the super lightweight division is quickly turning into one that is commanding our attention.

By: Garrisson Bland

Previous Article: Vasiliy Lomachenko is a New Unified Lightweight Champion

Other Featured Articles: Ricky Burns Looks Impressive in Return

1 Comment

  1. Love to read it, Waiting For More new Update and I Already Read your Recent Post its Great Thanks.
    I found your this post while searching for some related information on my blog research.
    It’s a good post.
    keep posting and update the information.

1 Trackback / Pingback

  1. Liam Paro Wins Easy UD Over Steve Gago; Looks For Bigger Fight Next - TBE BOXING

Comments are closed.

Garrisson Bland - Head of Public Relations/Senior Journalist. Garrisson is the Head of Public relations for as well as a senior writer. He is also the host of YouTube boxing show "Truth And Facts Sports Talk."