Tim-Robin Lihaug

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Tim-Robin Lihaug
Weight(s)79.4 kg (175 lb)
Born(1992-09-17)17 September 1992
Bergen, Norway
Boxing record
Total fights24
Wins by KO10

Tim-Robin Lihaug (born 17 September 1992 in Bergen) is a light heavyweight Norwegian boxer who turned pro in 2012.

On 29 November 2014, he became the WBO Youth World Champion.

On 23 March 2019, he became the WBO European Champion and the IBA Intercontinental Champion in his home city in Norway. [1]

After boxing in Grieghallen less than a week before the COVID-19 pandemic really hit Norway, he was unable to get new matches because of the prolonged pandemic. In January 2022 Lihaug announced that he would probably retire. [2]

Professional boxing record

2420-4 Flag of Armenia.svg Vartan AvetisyanUD7 Mar 2020 Flag of Norway.svg Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway
2319-4 Flag of Finland.svg Timo LaineUD23 Mar 2019 Flag of Norway.svg Sotra Arena, Straume, Norwayvacant WBO European light heavy title
vacant IBO Intercontinental light heavy title
2218-4 Flag of Finland.svg Janne ForsmanTKO29 Jun 2018 Flag of Spain.svg Pabellon Camilo Cano, La Nucia, Spain
2117-4 Flag of Ukraine.svg Vasyl KondorUD3 Feb 2018 Flag of Norway.svg Sør Amfi, Arendal, Norway
2016-4 Flag of Russia.svg Sergei GorokhovUD30 Sep 2017 Flag of Latvia.svg Arena Riga, Riga, Latvia
1916-3 Flag of Poland.svg Tomas AdamekUD24 Feb 2017 Flag of Norway.svg Oslo Spektrum, Oslo, Norway
1816-2 Flag of Hungary.svg Gergo HorvathTKO13 Dec 2016 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Arena Armeec, Sofia, Bulgaria
1715-2 Flag of Germany.svg Arthur Abraham TKO16 Jul 2016 Flag of Germany.svg Max Schmeling Halle, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germanyvacant WBO International super middleweight title
1615-1 Flag of Hungary.svg Jozsef RaczUD12 Dec 2015 Flag of Denmark.svg Brondby Hallen, Brondby, Denmark
1514-1 Flag of France.svg Baptiste CastegnaroUD12 Sep 2015 Flag of Denmark.svg Arena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark
1413-1 Flag of Norway.svg Arne ErnstenKO20 Jun 2015 Flag of Denmark.svg Ballerup Super Arena, Ballerup, Denmark
1312-1 Flag of Hungary.svg Istvan ZellerTKO2 May 2015 Flag of Denmark.svg Frederiksberg Hallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark
1211-1 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Slavisa SimeunovicTKO14 Mar 2015 Flag of Denmark.svg Ballerup Super Arena, Ballerup, Denmark
1110-1 Flag of Uganda.svg Farouk DakuSD7 Feb 2015 Flag of Denmark.svg Arena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark
109-1 Flag of Georgia.svg Giorgi BeroshviliUD29 Nov 2014 Flag of Denmark.svg Falconer Centeret, Frederiksberg, Denmarkvacant WBO Youth super middleweight title
98-1 Flag of Norway.svg Simen SmaadalUD13 Sep 2014 Flag of Denmark.svg TAP 1, Copenhagen, Denmark
87-1 Flag of Croatia.svg Marko BenzonUD15 Feb 2014 Flag of Denmark.svg MusikTeatret, Albertslund, Denmark
76-1 Flag of Russia.svg Alexander RundeKO1 Feb 2014 Flag of Denmark.svg Arena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark
65-1 Flag of Germany.svg Steve KroekelTKO16 Nov 2013 Flag of Denmark.svg MusikTeatret, Albertslund, Denmark
54-1 Flag of Bulgaria.svg Tzvetozar IlievTKO7 Sep 2013 Flag of Denmark.svg Arena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark
43-1 Flag of Sweden.svg Oscar AhlinKO13 Mar 2013 Flag of Denmark.svg Arena Nord, Frederikshavn, Denmark
33-0 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Tomas KuglerTKO9 Feb 2013 Flag of Denmark.svg Blue Water Dokken, Esbjerg, Denmark
22-0 Flag of Lithuania.svg Vygaudas LaurinkusUD11 Aug 2012 Flag of Finland.svg Ringside Gym, Leppavaara, Espoo, Finland
11-0 Flag of Lithuania.svg Egidijus KakstysTKO30 Jun 2012 Flag of Finland.svg Ringside Gym, Leppavaara, Espoo, FinlandProfessional debut

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  2. Opsahl, Per (13 January 2022). "Lihaug legger trolig opp: − Veldig fornøyd med det jeg har gjort". VG (in Norwegian). Retrieved 13 January 2022.