“Superfly” Tony Browne was born, raised and fights out of his hometown of Dublin, Ireland. After a successful amateur career, Browne turned pro under the Star Boxing banner in 2020, campaigning at super middleweight Fighting out of the O’Rourke Gym in Ireland, under the management of Conor Slater of Slater Sports Consulting, Browne hit the ground running.

As a professional, Browne is 4-0, priding himself on being stylistically smooth in the ring – snapping counter punches while not getting hit. His cool confidence comes from his decorated amateur background. Browne was rated #4 in Ireland’s amateur pound for pound list. He represented Ireland internationally, medaling at The Chemistry Cup (World Cup), the Eindhoven Box Cup and a slew of several Irish National Titles.

Browne’s transition from successful amateur to successful pro is of no surprise, having sparred around the world with the some of the best to do it, including Chris Eubank Jr., in his preparation for his bout against James DeGale.

Browne is a scholar in the ring, dissecting his opponents and adapting his game plan on the fly.  He is also a scholar out of the ring, having attended the Jesuit school, Gonzaga College in Ranelagh, Ireland before attending The University College of Dublin where he graduated with an honor degree in Health and Performance Science. Throughout school, Browne studied in Latin and is fluent in the Irish Gaelic Language.  

Career Highlights:

Browne vs Kassim Ouma | March 28, 2021 | Brussels, Belgium

Tony Browne raised eyebrows when it was announced that in his fourth professional fight, he would be taking on former world champion, Kassim Ouma. Ouma, who had gone 10-rounds

with multi time world champion, GGG, was no match for the Dublin product, who devoured Ouma over 8-rounds winning a unanimous decision victory. (80-72, 80-73, 78-74)

Amateur Career

  • Rated #4 Pound for Pound Irish Amateur
  • Represented the Irish National Team
  • Medaled at The Chemistry Cup (World Cup)
  • Medaled at the Eindhoven Box Cup
  • Multi-time Irish National Champion