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Thomas Tate

For other people named Thomas Tate, see Thomas Tate (disambiguation).

Thomas Tate (born 19 December 1965, Detroit MI) is retired American middleweight and super-middleweight professional boxer. His record was 41-7 (28KO).

He twice fought for world titles at middleweight, losing to Julian Jackson and Roy Jones Jr respectively. He twice challenged Sven Ottke unsuccessfully for the super-middleweight title.

He suffered a back injury whilst training to fight Joe Calzaghe and retired from the sport.

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