Geard Ajetović

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Geard Ajetović
Personal information
Born February 28, 1981

Geard Ajetović (born February 28, 1981 in Beočin, Južnobački) is a boxer from Serbia. He represented FR Yugoslavia at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, where he lost in the first round of the Men's Welterweight (– 67 kg) competition to Thailand's veteran Parkpoom Jangphonak due to a controversial 9-9 point decision.[citation needed] Ajetović won a bronze medal at the 2001 Mediterranean Games in Tunis, Tunisia.

Biography[edit]

Geard Ajetović grew up in the former Republic of Yugoslavia and started boxing at the age of 8. After a successful amateur career including numerous national championships, a gold medal at the Junior European Championships and silver at the Junior World Championships he turned professional in 2000 soon after the Olympic Games. He moved to Liverpool where he spent the first 10 years of his professional career. Due to a knee injury Ajetovic was forced to a take a 2 year break from fighting, but had a successful comeback at the end of 2010. In January 2011 Ajetovic won the vacant WBC Mediterranean title by a first round knockout victory over Jackson Chanet, having moving up to light heavyweight for that fight.

Professional record[edit]

As of January 2011, Ajetović has compiled a professional record of 18 wins, 4 losses and 1 draw.

Res. Record Opponent Type Round Date Location
Win 18-4-1 France ChanetJackson Chanet KO 1 2011-01-07 France Marne, France
Win 17-4-1 Romania StanEugen Stan Decision (Unanimous) 4 2010-11-27 Belgium Liege, Belgium
Loss 16-4-1 United Kingdom MacklinMatthew Macklin Decision (Split) 10 2008-10-31 United Kingdom Aston Villa, United Kingdom
Loss 16-3-1 Russia PirogDmitry Pirog Decision (Unanimous) 10 2008-07-19 Russia Moscow, Russia
Loss 16-2-1 Australia GealeDaniel Geale Decision (Unanimous) 12 2008-06-27 Australia Sydney, Australia
Win 16-1-1 Tanzania ChekaFrancis Cheka Decision (Unanimous) 8 2008-02-08 United Kingdom Durham, United Kingdom
Win 15-1-1 Uganda VegasJoey Vegas TKO 4 2007-11-14 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Win 14-1-1 United Kingdom MaxwellPatrick J. Maxwell TKO 3 2007-07-13 United Kingdom Barnsley, United Kingdom
Win 13-1-1 France RoseliaRobert Roselia Decision (Split) 10 2007-05-29 France Eure, France
Draw 12-1-1 United Kingdom MaxwellPatrick J. Maxwell PTS 6 2007-04-27 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Win 12-1 Iran SalariManoocha Salari TKO 4 2006-05-13 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
Loss 11-1 France CanclauxChristophe Cancluax Decision (Unanimous) 8 2006-03-18 Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco
Win 11-0 France Ben DrissMagid Ben Driss Decision (Unanimous) 8 2005-11-26 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
Win 10-0 United Kingdom CollinsJason Collins TKO 6 2005-10-14 United Kingdom Huddersfield, United Kingdom
Win 9-0 United Kingdom McIntoshConroy McIntosh Decision (Unanimous) 6 2005-07-24 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
Win 8-0 Belarus YanushevichDzmitri Yanushevich TKO 4 2005-01-21 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Win 7-0 United Kingdom McIntoshConroy McIntosh Decision (Unanimous) 6 2004-12-10 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
Win 6-0 Russia DonetskyDmitry Donetsky Decision (Unanimous) 6 2005-05-12 United Kingdom Reading, United Kingdom
Win 5-0 Brazil Da SilvaTomas Da Silva TKO 4 2004-02-06 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
Win 4-0 United Kingdom AniJoel Ani TKO 1 2003-11-07 United Kingdom Sheffield, United Kingdom
Win 3-0 United Kingdom BeardsleyGary Beardsley TKO 3 2003-09-26 United Kingdom Reading, United Kingdom
Win 2-0 United Kingdom SamuelsJason Samuels Decision (Unanimous) 4 2003-05-17 United Kingdom Liverpool, United Kingdom
Win 1-0 United Kingdom AbrahamsOjay Abrahams Decision (Unanimous) 4 2003-04-19 United Kingdom Liverpool, United Kingdom

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