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Leo Loucks
Born: September 4, 1958
Discipline: Kick-Boxing
Years Active: 1979 - Present
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  • Born London, Ontario September 4, 1958
  • Attended several London elementary schools, Sir Wilfred Laurier High School, Western University
  • Professional kickboxing athlete from 1979-1988
  • Professional Kickboxing Association World Lightweight Champion 1986-1988
  • One of only two Canadians to have held world titles in professional kickboxing
  • In 1971 at age 13 took up sport of Karate, participating in over 400 fights
  • Awarded first Black Belt at 17
  • Transitioned to kickboxing, travelling to Kitchener to train under coach Jim Fields and promoter Ron Day
  • Fought 25 times as Kickboxer, winning world title on February 2, 1986 at CNE, defeating world champion who had held title for 6 years
  • Held title for 2 years, with 3 defences
  • Held in high esteem by his peers for his work ethic and as a gentleman, both in and out of the ring
  • Retired at age 29 and joined City of Toronto police force. Has subsequently served with London Police and Ontario Provincial Police
  • Currently a training officer with the OPP
  • Most he ever made in a fight was $10,000