Moses Havea: The Don Jan and numbers man of Australian professional boxing

Moses Havea: The Don Juan and numbers man of Australian professional boxing, by Greg Tingle
- 2015


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He has been coined 'The Don Juan of Australian professional boxing" and "The Numbers Man" - and it's both the ladies and his mates who are all too well aware of his prowess both in and out of the ring.

A professional boxer with over a decade of fighting (5 years as an amateur), he is looking to become the number one contender to the Australian heavyweight championship.

An Australian - Tonga native, he calls Maroubra Beach, Sydney, Australia home, where he has quickly developed a local following and is often seen at his favorite local haunts such as The Bay Hotel & Diner, Maroubra Seals, Maroubra Surf Life Saving Club, Chalk Cafe, The Bay Bakehouse Cafe, Legends Gym, Fitness First, ivy, and last but not least, Coogee Pavilion.

Moses is the first to admit that he has some work to do in balancing off his win - loss record, however what is not disputed is the massive demand by Australian and international boxing promoters to secure the talented journeyman to complete their heavyweight boxing line-ups. He is also amongst the most active heavyweight boxers in Australian rings, in which he sees competition on average of once per month.

He is quite the blokey version of the beauty and brains, with ruggedly handsome good looks and he has worked as a Senior Analyst n the Australian financial markets and corporate risk sector for over a decade. He's not quite The Wolf of Wall Street, however Havea is certainly more of a Bull than a bear - just ask his opponents and promoters. Only the ladies might refer to him as a teddy bear or gentle giant.

Havea, no stranger to the sports media world, has teamed up with Media Man (Australia), a fixture in the Australian media, publicity and sports business landscape, known for their campaigns with the likes of Jeff Fenech, martial artist Mick Cutajar and b2b and sports media coverage of grapplers such as Dan Severn, Hulk Hogan, Ric Drasin, Ronda Rousey, 'Rowdy" Roddy Piper and Ric Flair. Media Man top brass Greg Tingle believes that Havea stands out from the pack and that his charisma, looks, toughness and business and party prowess can spell big business and mega success for the Australian - Tonga powerhouse.

Moses and his management are currently offering knock out promotional, advertising and community geared promotional opportunities.

For more information on this enigma of Australian boxing contact Greg Tingle on either 0408 909 007 or


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Heavyweight Moses Havea speaks ahead of his clash with Randall Rayment


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