Artur Beterbiev: Biography, Feats, and Records

Canada is fast becoming a hotspot for boxing with reputable talents like Artur Beterbiev putting the country on the global map. For Canadians, this gives them a chance to support their countryman online and in the betting department. When bettors visit, they get to put their prediction skills to the test and watch as Artur Beterbiev lays down KOs without breaking a sweat. For those who don't really know anything about this prolific boxer, this biography on Artur Beterbiev will enlighten you.

Artur Beterbiev: Biography, Feats, and Records

Artur Beterbiev is a Russian-Canadian professional boxer who currently holds the unified WBC and IBF light-heavyweight titles since 2017, and the WBO title since June 2022. He is considered one of the best boxers in the world and is known for his powerful punches and aggressive fighting style.


Artur Beterbiev was born on January 21, 1985, in Khasavyurt, Russia. He began boxing at the age of 15 and quickly made a name for himself in the amateur ranks. He won multiple national and international championships, including the Russian National Championships in 2006, 2007, and 2008.

In 2008, Beterbiev decided to turn professional and made his debut in the United States. He quickly established himself as a rising star in the light-heavyweight division, winning his first nine fights by knockout.

Feats and Records

Beterbiev is known for his powerful punches and aggressive fighting style. He has a professional record of 16-0 with 16 knockouts, making him one of the most feared boxers in the light-heavyweight division. He has also been very successful at the amateur level, winning multiple national and international championships.

In 2013, Beterbiev won the WBA-NABO light-heavyweight title by defeating Tavoris Cloud. He then went on to win the IBF North American light-heavyweight title and the WBO-NABO light-heavyweight title in 2014.

In June 2015, he defended his WBA–NABA light-heavyweight title and won the WBO International light-heavyweight title, after a TKO to Alexander Johnson in UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

In October 2017, Beterbiev defeated Enrico Koelling to win the IBF light-heavyweight title. He has since defended the title multiple times, including against Callum Johnson and Radivoje Kalajdzic.

In October 2019, Beterbiev defeated Oleksandr Gvozdyk to become the WBC light-heavyweight champion. He has since defended the title against Marcus Browne.

Artur Beterbiev once again defended his WBC and IBF light-heavyweight titles in March 2021 when he stopped Adam Deines in Moscow.

Beterbiev's aggressive and powerful style has earned him a reputation as one of the best boxers in the world. He has a high knockout percentage, with 18 of his 18 professional wins coming by way of knockout. He is also known for his exceptional stamina and physical conditioning, which allows him to maintain a high level of power and intensity throughout his fights.

Beterbiev is also known for his humble and disciplined approach to training and fighting. He is a devout Muslim and attributes much of his success to his strong faith and work ethic.

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