Dmitry Kudryashov (boxer)

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Dmitry Kudryashov
Дмитрий Кудряшов
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Real nameDmitry Alexandrovich Kudryashov
Nickname(s)The Russian Hammer
Weight(s) Cruiserweight
Height1.89 m (6 ft 2 in)
Reach191 cm (75 in)
NationalityRussian
Born (1985-10-26) 26 October 1985 (age 35)
Volgodonsk, Rostov Oblast, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Boxing record
Total fights27
Wins24
Wins by KO23
Losses3

Dmitry Alexandrovich Kudryashov (Russian : Дмитрий Александрович Кудряшов; born 26 October 1985) is a Russian professional boxer who has challenged once for the WBA (Regular) cruiserweight title in 2017.

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Professional career

At the age of eight he began to practice karate, and at the age of thirteen engaged in the practice of boxing under the guidance of coach Nikolai Timofeev. In 2008 he was drafted into the army, he served in Rostov-on-Don. In January 2011, he won the VII Russian tournament "A" in the box "Spartak Cup", for which he was awarded the degree of master of sport. Kudriaszow finished amateur career, posting a record: 150 fights, 138 wins, 12 defeats.

Featuring Kudryashov good physical conditions began his professional career at 30 July 2011, beating by knockout in the third round of the Ukrainian Oleksandr Okhrei.

November 30, 2013 in lyubertsy defeated by knockout representing the Democratic Republic of Congo Zack Mwekassę (14-3, 13 KOs) at the beginning of the first round.

May 23, 2014 won in Krasnodar, Russian by knockout in the seventh round of Croat Ivica Bacurin (17-5-1, 7 KOs).

October 18, 2014 in Rostov-on-Don defeated by technical knockout after the second round Romanian Giuliana Ilie (20-7-2, 6 KOs).

November 28, 2014 in Moscow he knocked out former world champion WBC junior heavy, Cuban Juan Carlos Gomez (55-3, 40 KOs) at the 22 second duel and April 10, 2015 at the Moscow gala Puerto Rican Francisco Palacios (23-3, 14 KOs) in the first round.

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
27 fights24 wins3 losses
By knockout233
By decision10
No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
28N/AN/A Flag of Russia.svg Evgenyi Romanov N/A– (12)21 May 2021 Flag of Russia.svg Khimki, Russia
27Win24–3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Vaclav PejsarSD1021 Dec 2019 Flag of Russia.svg Ivan Yarygin Sports Palace, Krasnoyarsk, Russia
26Loss23–3 Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Ilunga Makabu TKO5 (12), 2:3616 Jun 2019 Flag of Russia.svg KRK Uralets, Yekaterinburg, RussiaFor vacant WBC Silver cruiserweight title
25Win23–2 Flag of Romania.svg Alexandru JurTKO1 (10), 2:3115 Sep 2018 Flag of Russia.svg GCS "Kuzbass", Kemerovo, Russia
24Win22–2 Flag of Uruguay.svg Mauricio BarraganKO6 (10), 2:105 Sep 2018 Flag of Russia.svg Amphitheatre, Grozny, Russia
23Loss21–2 Flag of Cuba.svg Yuniel Dorticos KO2 (12), 2:10 23 Sep 2017 Flag of the United States.svg Alamodome, San Antonio, Texas, USFor WBA (Regular) cruiserweight title;
World Boxing Super Series: cruiserweight quarter-final
22Win21–1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Olanrewaju Durodola TKO5 (12), 2:173 Jun 2017 Flag of Russia.svg Sports Palace, Rostov-on-Don, RussiaRetained WBC Silver cruiserweight title
21Win20–1 Flag of Colombia.svg Santander SilgadoKO1 (12), 1:443 Dec 2016 Flag of Russia.svg Khodynka Ice Palace, Moscow, RussiaWon vacant WBC Silver cruiserweight title
20Win19–1 Flag of Brazil.svg Julio Cesar Dos SantosTKO4 (10), 1:4821 May 2016 Flag of Russia.svg Khodynka Ice Palace, Moscow, Russia
19Loss18–1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Olanrewaju Durodola TKO2 (12), 2:294 Nov 2015 Flag of Russia.svg TatNeft Arena, Kazan, RussiaFor vacant WBC Silver cruiserweight title
18Win18–0 Flag of Namibia.svg Vikapita Meroro KO6 (10), 1:5422 May 2015 Flag of Russia.svg Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia
17Win17–0 Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Francisco Palacios KO1 (10), 0:5210 Apr 2015 Flag of Russia.svg Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, RussiaRetained WBA International cruiserweight title
16Win16–0 Flag of Cuba.svg Juan Carlos Gómez KO1 (10), 0:2228 Nov 2014 Flag of Russia.svg Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, RussiaWon WBA International cruiserweight title
15Win15–0 Flag of Romania.svg Giulian Ilie RTD2 (10), 3:0018 Oct 2014 Flag of Russia.svg Express CSC, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
14Win14–0 Flag of Croatia.svg Ivica BacurinKO7 (12), 2:2123 May 2014 Flag of Russia.svg Basket-Hall, Krasnodar, RussiaRetained WBC–CISBB cruiserweight title
13Win13–0 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Lubos SudaTKO2 (12), 2:5827 Mar 2014 Flag of Russia.svg Wonderland, Novorossiysk, RussiaRetained WBC–CISBB cruiserweight title
12Win12–0 Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Zack Mwekassa KO1 (10), 0:5030 Nov 2013 Flag of Russia.svg Triumph, Lyubertsy, Russia
11Win11–0 Flag of Barbados.svg Shawn Cox KO2 (12), 1:2426 Oct 2013 Flag of Russia.svg Express CSC, Rostov-on-Don, RussiaWon vacant GBU cruiserweight title
10Win10–0 Flag of Russia.svg Ruslan SemenovKO5 (6), 0:2028 Sep 2013 Flag of Russia.svg Bentley Centre, Barvikha, Russia
9Win9–0 Flag of Ghana.svg Prince George AkrongTKO5 (12), 2:1325 May 2013 Flag of Russia.svg Olymp, Volgodonsk, RussiaWon vacant UBO cruiserweight title
8Win8–0 Flag of Georgia.svg Levan JomardashviliTKO3 (12), 1:2930 Mar 2013 Flag of Russia.svg Galich Hall, Krasnodar, RussiaRetained WBC–CISBB cruiserweight title
7Win7–0 Flag of Ukraine.svg Semen PakhomovKO1 (8), 2:0016 Feb 2013 Flag of Russia.svg Trade and Entertainment Centre "Moskva", Kaspiysk, Russia
6Win6–0 Flag of Uzbekistan.svg Isroil QurbonovTKO5 (12), 2:0513 Oct 2012 Flag of Russia.svg Galich Hall, Krasnodar, RussiaWon vacant WBCCISBB cruiserweight title
5Win5–0 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksiy VaragushynTKO1 (6), 2:381 May 2012 Flag of Russia.svg Dynamo Sports Palace, Moscow, Russia
4Win4–0 Flag of Kenya.svg Obadiah MwangiTKO1 (8), 0:5916 Mar 2012 Flag of Russia.svg Circus, Krasnodar, Russia
3Win3–0 Flag of Ukraine.svg Kostiantyn OkhreiTKO4 (6), 2:1719 Nov 2011 Flag of Russia.svg Express CSC, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
2Win2–0 Flag of Ukraine.svg Vyacheslav ShcherbakovRTD1 (6), 3:0026 Sep 2011 Flag of Russia.svg Olimp, Krasnodar, Russia
1Win1–0 Flag of Ukraine.svg Oleksandr OkhreiKO3 (4), 0:4330 Jul 2011 Flag of Russia.svg Sport Centre, Kushchyovskaya, Russia
Sporting positions
Regional boxing titles
Vacant
Title last held by
Alexander Kotlobay
WBCCISBB
cruiserweight champion

13 October 2012 – November 2014
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Umid Rustamov
Vacant
Title last held by
Rodion Pastukh
UBO cruiserweight champion
25 May 2013 – October 2013
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Joey Vegas
Vacant
Title last held by
Timur Stark
GBU cruiserweight champion
26 October 2013 – November 2013
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Agron Dzila
Preceded by
Juan Carlos Gómez
WBA International
cruiserweight champion

28 November 2014 – November 2015
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Maksim Vlasov
Vacant
Title last held by
Mairis Briedis
WBC Silver
cruiserweight champion

3 December 2016 – September 2017
Vacated
Vacant
Title next held by
Maxim Vlasov

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