Pamela London (born September 23, 1973) is a female boxer from Guyana. She forms part of a group of young women boxers to come from that country.
London is well known in her nation. She has not, however, reached fame beyond the Guyanan borders; this might because all of her fights have taken place in that South American country.
London has faced some of her country's most experienced fighters, and she has contended for a world title.
On August 29, 2003, she made her professional debut, drawing (tying) in four rounds with Geraldine Cox, another promising Guyanan fighter who would later turn into a common opponent for London.
She faced Cox again on her second professional fight, losing a four round unanimous decision on her second fight, held on November 1.
On December 26, London had her first win, defeating Shelly Gibson by a four round decision in Georgetown.
London began 2004 on February 1 by defeating Shondell Parks by an eight round unanimous decision, once again in Georgetown. After this win, London was ranked among the top ten contenders by the IWBF in the women's Heavyweight category.
On April 16, she beat Krystal Lessey by a unanimous decision, further enhancing her condition as a championship challenger.
Her third bout with Cox came on May 21, and London earned a title shot by beating Cox, once again by decision.
Her first world title try came on November 28, when she met Martha Salazar for the IWBF's world Heavyweight title. Once again fighting in front of her home-crowd, London lost when she was knocked out in seven rounds by Salazar.
Pamela London sports a record of 6 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw in professional boxer, with one win by knockout so far.
birth date 1973-09-13
rating in world 4 / 13
rating in country 3 / 7
residence Georgetown, Guyana
won 6 (KO 1) + lost 4 (KO 2) + drawn 1 = 11
rounds boxed 72 KO% 9.09