Vladislav Druso

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Vladislav Druso (born 3 August 1968) is a retired Czech cruiserweight and heavyweight boxer.


He started boxing at the age of 20 and boxed in some 200 amateur fights. He also won a bronze medal twice at national tournaments in the Czech Republic.


Druso switched to professional boxing late on at the age of 33. His debut fight was against Polish heavyweight Tomasz Bonin in 2001, who was also making his professional debut. In his early fights he faced other polish names like Krzysztof Wlodarczyk and Wojciech Bartnik. His most notable opponents were German BDB cruiserweight title holder Ruediger May, one-time German heavyweight champion Mario Schiesser and Finnish heavyweight champion Jukka Jarvinen.

He had fought 34 professional fights of which he lost 29. His last bout was against Alexander Frenkel in 2006 which he lost by TKO in the 4th round, quitting boxing shortly after.

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