Kiryl Relikh

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Kiryl Relikh
Statistics
Real nameKiryl Olegovich Relikh
Nickname(s)Mad Bee
Weight(s)Light welterweight
Height5 ft 9 12 in (177 cm)
Reach67 12 in (171 cm)
NationalityBelarus Belarusian
Born (1989-11-26) November 26, 1989 (age 29)
Baranavichy, Belarus
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights25
Wins23
Wins by KO19
Losses2

Kiryl Relikh (born 26 November 1989 in Baranavichy, Belarus) is a Belarusian professional boxer who is the current WBA world super lightweight champion

Professional career[edit]

After turning professional in 2011, Relikh compiled a record of 21-0 before challenging WBA champion Ricky Burns for the super lightweight title, he would fall short losing via unanimous decision.[1] He would go on to fight Rances Barthelemy this time losing a controversial decision, Relikh would get his revenge 10 months later in a fight that would also be for the vacant WBA super lightweight title.[2]

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
25 fights 23 wins 2 losses
By knockout 19 0
By decision 4 2
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
26 N/A N/A United States Regis Prograis N/A 12 TBA TBA Defending WBA super lightweight title;
For WBC (interim) Super lightweight title;
World Boxing Super Series: Super lightweight semi-final
25 Win 23-2 Russia Eduard Troyanovsky UD 12 07-10-2018 Japan Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, Japan Retained WBA super lightweight title;
World Boxing Super Series: Super lightweight quarter-final
24 Win 22-2 Cuba Rances Barthelemy UD 12 10-03-2018 United States Freeman Coliseum, San Antonio Won vacant WBA super lightweight title
23 Loss 21-2 Cuba Rances Barthelemy UD 12 20-05-2017 United States MGM National Harbor, Oxon Hill
22 Loss 21-1 United Kingdom Ricky Burns UD 12 07-10-2016 United Kingdom SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland For WBA super lightweight title
21 Win 21-0 Brazil Joaquim Carneiro RTD 4 (10) 13-05-2016 United Kingdom Bolton Whites Hotel, Bolton Retained WBA Inter-Continental super lightweight title
20 Win 20-0 Argentina Christian Ariel Lopez TKO 5 (12) 02-10-2015 Monaco Gymnase du Lycee Technique, Monaco Retained WBA Inter-Continental super lightweight title
19 Win 19-0 Brazil Lazaro Santos de Jesus TKO 2 (12) 09-05-2015 Bulgaria Academician Lyubomir Chakalov, Vratsa Won vacant WBA Inter-Continental super lightweight title
18 Win 18-0 Nicaragua Santos Medrano TKO 4 (6) 11-12-2014 United Kingdom Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Sheffield
17 Win 17-0 Georgia (country) Giorgi Abramishvili TKO 2 (8) 10-09-2014 Belarus Moulin Rouge Club, Minsk
16 Win 16-0 Australia Ty Gilchrist KO 1 (6) 26-04-2014 United Kingdom Ponds Forge Arena, Sheffield
15 Win 15-0 Russia Mikheil Avakyan KO 5 (10) 16-07-2013 Belarus Moulin Rouge Club, Minsk
14 Win 14-0 Belarus Siarhei Kisel KO 1 (8) 28-05-2013 Belarus Gladiator Boxing Gym, Molodechno
13 Win 13-0 Italy Paolo Gassani KO 1 (6) 30-03-2013 Monaco Salle des Étoiles, Monte Carlo, Monaco
12 Win 12-0 Ukraine Artem Ayvazidi KO 5 (6) 19-02-2013 Belarus Moulin Rouge Club, Minsk
11 Win 11-0 Belarus Dzmitri Tarenka TKO 2 (8) 22-01-2013 Belarus Golden Gloves Boxing Gym, Minsk
10 Win 10-0 Georgia (country) Anzor Gamgebeli TKO 2 (6) 18-11-2012 Belarus Palace of Sport, Minsk
9 Win 9-0 Belarus Yauheni Kruhlik PTS 8 04-09-2012 Belarus Gladiator Boxing Gym, Molodechno
8 Win 8-0 Russia Rakhim Mingaleyev RTD 3 (8) 17-04-2012 Belarus Moulin Rouge Club, Minsk
7 Win 7-0 Belarus Rustam Nasibov TKO 1 (6) 21-02-2012 Belarus Moulin Rouge Club, Minsk
6 Win 6-0 Belarus Siarhei Malashkevich KO 2 (6) 31-01-2012 Belarus Gladiator Boxing Gym, Molodechno
5 Win 5-0 Ukraine Aliaksandr Pchalkou KO 1 (8) 22-12-2011 Belarus Gagarin Club, Minsk
4 Win 4-0 Belarus Siarhei Afonin KO 3 (6) 03-11-2011 Belarus Gagarin Club, Minsk
3 Win 3-0 Uzbekistan Rustam Zhuraboev KO 2 (6) 03-10-2011 Belarus Gladiator Boxing Gym, Molodechno
2 Win 2-0 Bulgaria Traian Dimitrov TKO 3 (4) 28-05-2011 Bulgaria Vratsa, Bulgaria
1 Win 1-0 Belarus Alexey Naboischikov UD 4 25-04-2011 Belarus Club Reaktor, Minsk Professional debut

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ricky Burns beats Kiryl Relikh to hold on to WBA world title". Sky sports. March 10, 2018.
  2. ^ "Relikh Gets Revenge, Dominates Barthelemy For WBA Title". Boxingscene. March 10, 2018.

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Achievements
Vacant
Title last held by
Ricky Burns
WBA light welterweight champion
March 10, 2018 - present
Incumbent