December 5, 1982
|Other names||Bobby George|
|Residence||Luton, United Kingdom|
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Division||Welterweight (-66,7 kg)|
|Years active||2009, 2011-2012|
|Professional boxing record|
|Boxing record from Boxrec|
|Competitor for Bulgaria|
|Bronze||2004 Athens||Light Welterweight|
|European Amateur Championships|
|Gold||2006 Plovdid||Light Welterweight|
|EU Amateur Championships|
|Gold||2004 Madrid||Light Welterweight|
|Silver||2006 Pécs||Light Welterweight|
In 2000 he lost the European featherweight final against Ramaz Paliani (Turkey) 5:8. The same year he won a silver medal at the World Junior Championships in Budapest, Hungary, losing the final to Gyula Kate (HUN) 17-16.
In 2002 Alexander Maletin knocked him out in the lightweight final of the European Championships. A year later at the World Championships Georgiev was knocked out by Cuban legend Mario Kindelan. He qualified for the 2004 Summer Olympics by ending up in second place at the 3rd AIBA European 2004 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Gothenburg, Sweden.
- Defeated Nasserredine Fillali (Algeria) RSC 2 (1:38)
- Defeated Rock Allen (United States) 30-10
- Defeated Nurzhan Karimzhanov (Kazakhstan) 20-18
- Lost to Yudel Johnson Cedeno (Cuba) 9-13
2005 at the world championships he lost to Cuban Inocente Fiss 28-19.
2006 he won the European title at junior welterweight 25:17 against Russian Oleg Komisarov.
Professional boxing record
|7 Wins (2 (T)Knockouts, 1 decision), 0 Losses (0 (T)Knockouts, 0 decision), 0 Draws
2012-03-04 Ideh Ockuko 4-3-0 York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom
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