Volodymyr Sydorenko

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Not to be confused with Valeriy Sydorenko.
Volodymyr Sydorenko
Statistics
Rated at Bantamweight
Nationality Ukraine Ukrainian
Born (1976-09-23) September 23, 1976 (age 37)
Energodar, Ukrainian SSR
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 27
Wins 22
Wins by KO 7
Losses 3
Draws 2
No contests 0
Volodymyr Sydorenko
Medal record
Competitor for  Ukraine
Men's boxing
Olympic Games
Bronze 2000 Sydney Flyweight
World Amateur Championships
Silver 2001 Belfast Flyweight
European Amateur Championships
Gold 1998 Minsk Flyweight
Gold 2000 Tampere Flyweight

Volodymyr Sydorenko, or Vladimir Sidorenko, (Ukrainian: Володимир Сидоренко; born 23 September 1976 in Enerhodar, Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine) is a professional boxer in the bantamweight (118 lb) division. He is the former WBA world bantamweight champion, and twin brother of Valeriy Sydorenko.

Amateur career[edit]

Sidorenko won a bronze medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics as a flyweight, and a silver medal at the 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships in the same division. He won the title at the 2000 European Amateur Boxing Championships.

Sydorenko represented his native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. There he was stopped in the quarterfinals of the Men's Light Flyweight division by Cuba's eventual bronze medalist Maikro Romero. His results were:

  • 1998 European Championships gold medalist
  • 2000 European Championships gold medalist
  • 2001 World Championships silver medalist

He compiled a 290-20 record during 13 year amateur career.

Professional career[edit]

Sidorenko won the vacant WBA bantamweight title at expense of Julio Zarate on 26 February 2005. From there, he went on to defend that title six times.

He lost his title by unanimous decision to Anselmo Moreno in May 2008, and again in the rematch on 2 May 2009 by split decision. On 4 December 2010, he was knocked down 3 times en route to 4th round KO loss to Nonito Donaire.[1]

Professional record[edit]

22 Wins (7 Knockouts), 3 Defeats (1 Knockout), 2 Draws[2]
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
Loss 22-3-2 Philippines Nonito Donaire KO 4 (12), 1:48 2010-12-04 United States Honda Center, Anaheim, California
Win 22-2-2 Tanzania Mbwana Matumla UD 12 2010-08-28 Ukraine Independence Square, Kiev
Loss 21-2-2 Panama Anselmo Moreno SD 12 2009-05-02 Germany Halle 7, Bremen For WBA World bantamweight title
Loss 21-1-2 Panama Anselmo Moreno UD 12 2008-05-31 Germany Burg-Waechter Castello, Düsseldorf, Nordrhein-Westfalen Lost WBA World bantamweight title
Win 21-0-2 Japan Nobuto Ikehara UD 12 2008-01-10 Japan Prefectural Gymnasium, Osaka Retained WBA World bantamweight title
Win 20-0-2 France Jerome Arnould KO 7 (12) 2007-06-29 France Palais des Sports, Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhône Retained WBA World bantamweight title
Draw 19-0-2 Panama Ricardo Cordoba PTS 12 2007-03-17 Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg Retained WBA World bantamweight title
Win 19-0-1 Thailand Poonsawat Kratingdaenggym UD 12 2006-07-15 Germany Color Line Arena, Altona, Hamburg Retained WBA World bantamweight title
Draw 18-0-1 Panama Ricardo Cordoba PTS 12 2006-03-11 Germany Color Line Arena, Altona, Hamburg Retained WBA World bantamweight title
Win 18-0 Venezuela Jose de Jesus Lopez UD 12 2005-11-26 Germany Wilhelm-Dopatka-Halle, Leverkusen, Nordrhein-Westfalen Retained WBA World bantamweight title
Win 17-0 Mexico Julio Zarate UD 12 2005-02-26 Germany Color Line Arena, Altona, Hamburg Won vacant WBA World bantamweight title
Win 16-0 Venezuela Leo Gamez UD 12 2004-10-26 Germany Scandlines Arena, Rostock, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern WBA World bantamweight title eliminator
Win 15-0 Ghana Joseph Agbeko MD 12 2004-05-18 Germany Hansehalle, Luebeck, Schleswig-Holstein
Win 14-0 Nicaragua Moises Castro UD 12 2004-02-17 Germany Hansehalle, Luebeck, Schleswig-Holstein
Win 13-0 Estonia Sergei Tassimov PTS 8 2003-12-13 Poland Okraglak Halle, Opole
Win 12-0 Brazil Giovanni Andrade TKO 3 (8) 2003-11-18 Germany Universum Gym, Wandsbek, Hamburg
Win 11-0 Mexico Alberto Ontiveros UD 8 2003-09-23 Germany Universum Gym, Wandsbek, Hamburg
Win 10-0 South Africa Simphiwe Xabendlini TKO 2 (6) 2003-05-31 Ukraine Circus, Lviv
Win 9-0 Romania Emil Stoica UD 6 2003-04-26 Germany Sport and Congress Center, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Win 8-0 Hungary Pál Lakatos TKO 5 (6) 2003-03-23 Germany Avendi Hotel, Bad Honnef, Nordrhein-Westfalen
Win 7-0 South Africa Vuyisile Nunu TKO 2 (6) 2002-12-21 Germany Lausitz Arena, Cottbus, Brandenburg
Win 6-0 Hungary Tamas Szakallas UD 6 2002-10-12 Germany Sport and Congress Center, Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Win 5-0 Slovakia Imrich Parlagi KO 2 (8), 0:33 2002-09-07 Germany Spandau, Berlin
Win 4-0 France Frederic Patrac PTS 4 2002-04-06 Germany Universum Gym, Wandsbek, Hamburg
Win 3-0 France Christophe Rodrigues PTS 4 2002-02-08 Germany Volkswagen Halle, Braunschweig, Niedersachsen
Win 2-0 Slovakia Stefan Berza KO 2 (4) 2001-12-15 Germany Estrel Convention Center, Neukoelln, Berlin
Win 1-0 Slovakia Vladimir Varhegyi PTS 4 2001-11-03 Germany Hansehalle, Luebeck, Schleswig-Holstein

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Preceded by
Johnny Bredahl
Retired
WBA Bantamweight Champion
26 February 2005 – 31 May 2008
Succeeded by
Anselmo Moreno