Alexei Yurievich Egorov (boxer)

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Alexei Yurievich Egorov ( Russian Алексей Юрьевич Егоров * 16th June 1991 in Obninsk , Kaluga Oblast ) is a Russian boxer in the heavyweight division .



His first successful year was 2009; he became Russian youth champion, won the Brandenburg Cup in Germany and the European youth championships in Szczecin, Poland . At the European Youth Championship, he won against Ümit Patır from Turkey, Marcin Siwy from Poland, Wladislaw Kuptsow from Belarus and Sándor Varga from Hungary.

In 2010 he won the Russian U22 championships, in 2011 the international Konstantin Korotkow tournament in Russia and in 2012 the Gee-Bee tournament in Finland.

In 2013 he became Russian champion and then started at the 2013 European Championships in Minsk . He defeated Jim Andreasen from Denmark (3-0), Warren Baister from England (3-0), Sjarhej Karnejeu from Belarus (3-0), Emir Ahmatović from Germany (3-0) and Teymur Məmmədov (tKo) from Azerbaijan and thus became European champion.

In May 2014 he won the chemistry cup in Germany. He defeated Cem Karlıdağ from Turkey, Park Nam-Hyeong from South Korea and Wang Xuanxuan from China.

AIBA Pro Boxing

Since October 2014, Jegorow has started in the newly founded professional area "APB" of the IOC recognized world association AIBA. In the first cycle, Jegorow was able to win his three fights against Chouaib Bouloudinats (Algeria), Clemente Russo (Italy) and Emir Ahmatović (Germany) and stood on January 30, 2015 in the final of the "APB" in the light heavyweight division in Catania against Clemente Russo. He won this fight with twice 77:75 and once 76:76 points. Yegorov had to forego the associated qualification for the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after an internal association decision - the Russian association decided on the winner of the 2015 World Championships Yevgeny Tishchenko .

Professional career

On December 3, 2016, he made his successful professional debut. In November 2017 he became Russian cruiserweight champion.