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ARTUR BETERBIEV

WBC LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION

Country:

Canada

Record:

W 19 ( 19 KO´s) – L 0 – D 0

Birth Date:

12/01/1985

Pro Debut:

08/06/2013

Won Title:

10/18/2019

Last Defense:

01/13 /2024

SILVER: VACANT

INTERNATIONAL: Willy Hutchinson (GB)

WBO, IBF: Artur Beterbiev (Canada)

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RATING

Updated : 19 February, 2024

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT 79.379 KG / 175 LB

BOXERNATIONALITYTITLE
Joshua Buatsi Ghana/GB BBBofC/COMM
Oleksandr Gvozdyk Ukraine
Anthony Yarde GB
Callum Smith GB
Albert Ramirez Venezuela
Daniel Azeez GB
Richard Rivera US
Robin Krasniqi Germany
Ahmed Elbiali Egypt
Conor Wallace N.Ireland/Australia
Michael Eifert Germany
Willy Hutchinson GB INTL
Jerome Pampellone GB/New Zealand
Radivoje Kalajdzic Serbia
Paulo Aokuso Australia *CBP/P
Craig Richards GB
Malik Zinad Libya
Mansur Elsaev Austria
Pawel Stepien Poland
Dilmurod Satybaldiev Kyrgyzstan
Shakan Pitters GB
Ricards Bolotniks Latvia
Ronald Gavril Romania/US CONTINENTAL AMERICAS
Yunior Menendez Cuba FECARBOX
Nadjib Mohammedi France
Juan Carrillo Colombia
Durval Palacio Argentina FECONSUR
Bryan Perez Castillo Dom. R.
Charles Foster US
Khalil Coe US
Luca Cinqueoncie Germany YOUTH
Abraham Tebes Chile CONT. LATINO AMERICAN
Imam Khataev Australia NABF
Deon Nicholson US USWBC
Oluwatosin Kejawa Nigeria WBC Africa
Abimbola Osundario Nigeria ABU
Daniel Blenda Dos Santos France)
Atif Oberlton US
Alban Bermeta Albania CISBB
Branimir Malenica Germany MEDITERANEAN/INTL SILVER
Continental Federations
Champions:
Affiliated Titles
Champions:
Others
(Not Available )
ABCO:Commonwealth: Joshua Buatsi (Ghana/GB)Dmitry Bivol (Russia) WBA Super
ABU: Abimbola Osundario (Nigeria)Continental American: Ronald Gavril (Romania/US)
BBBofC: Joshua Buatsi (Ghana/GB)Continental Latino American: Abraham Tebes (Chile)
CISBB: Alban Bermeta (Albania)Mediterranean: Branimir Malencia
EBU:USWBC: Deon Nicholson (US)
FECARBOX: Yunior Menendez (Cuba)Youth: Luca Cinqueoncie (Germany)
FECONSUR: Durval Palacio (Argentina)AustralAsia: Conor Wallace (N. Ireland/Australia)
NABF: Imam Khataev (Australia)Middle East:
OPBF:Far East:
India:
WBC Africa: Oluwatosin Kejawa (Nigeria)

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