Neven Pajkić

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Neven Pajkić
Statistics
Nickname(s) No Surrender
Rated at Heavyweight
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Nationality Canadian
Born (1977-08-25) 25 August 1977 (age 39)
Sarajevo, SR Bosnia-Herzegovina,
SFR Yugoslavia
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 18
Wins 17
Wins by KO 5
Losses 1
Draws 0
No contests 0

Neven Pajkić (Serbian Cyrillic: Невен Пајкић, born 25 August 1977) is a Canadian heavyweight boxer. His professional debut was on 18 November 2005 against Sheldon Hinton. On 4 February 2011 he won the vacant NABA Canada heavyweight title in a match against Johnnie White. His undefeated run came to an end when he lost to Tyson Fury on 12 November 2011 after the referee stopped the fight in the third round.

Personal life[edit]

Pajkić, an ethnic Serb, was born in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1][2][3] When the Bosnian War started, the family moved to Belgrade, and later to Canada.[1]

He began amateur matches in 2003.[1] After 17 wins in a row, he had his professional debut in 2005.[1] Due to training for the professional debut, he was unable to compete in the 2004 Summer Olympics.[1] His idol is Mike Tyson, since he was a kid.[1]

He is married.[3]

Acting career[edit]

He has appeared in Against the Ropes, A History of Violence, Phantom Punch and ZOS: Zone of Separation.[1]

Professional boxing record[edit]

17 Wins (5 knockouts, 12 decisions), 1 Loss (1 knockout, 0 decisions) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 12-3 Canada Shane Andreesen UD 10 14 Dec 2012 Canada Ontario, Canada Canada Heavyweight Title.
Loss 16-0 United Kingdom Tyson Fury TKO 3 12 Nov 2011 United Kingdom Manchester, United Kingdom Commonwealth Heavyweight Title. Referee stopped the bout at 2:44 of the third round after being knocked down twice in the round.
Win 22-3 United States Johnnie "Lethal" White UD 10 4 Feb 2011 Canada Barrie, Ontario, Canada NABA Canada Heavyweight Title. 97-93, 96-94, 96-94.
Win 34-9 Germany Andreas Sidon UD 8 30 Oct 2010 Canada Rama, Ontario, Canada 80-70, 80-72, 80-71.
Win 35-8 United States Raphael "The Silencer" Butler UD 10 4 Sep 2010 Canada Toronto, Ontario, Canada 97-93, 99-91, 97-93.
Win 11-1 Canada Grzegorz "The Steel Pole" Kielsa UD 10 30 Jun 2010 Canada Rama, Ontario, Canada Canada Heavyweight Title. 100-90, 99-91, 99-91.
Win 11-0 Canada Grzegorz "The Steel Pole" Kielsa UD 10 27 Mar 2010 Canada Rama, Ontario, Canada Canada Heavyweight Title. 100-90, 99-91, 99-91.
Win 18-6-3 United States Jason "The Sensation" Gavern UD 6 16 Jan 2010 Canada Mississauga, Ontario, Canada 60-53, 59-55, 59-55.
Win 9-3 Canada Edward Dawson TKO 2 15 Oct 2009 Canada Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 0:42 of the second round.
Win 16-4-1 United States Nicolai "Stone Man" Firtha UD 8 2 Apr 2009 Canada Toronto, Ontario, Canada 77-75, 77-75, 78-74.
Win 10-1 Canada Shane "Shotgun" Andreesen UD 8 27 Sep 2008 Canada Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Win 5-4 United States Ryan Thompson UD 6 31 May 2008 Canada Brantford, Ontario, Canada 60-54, 59-55, 59-55.
Win 4-3 United States Sam Comming UD 4 10 Nov 2007 Canada Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Win 12-11-1 Canada Darrell "Pee Wee" Flint TKO 1 16 Mar 2007 Canada Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 2:22 of the first round.
Win 3-2 United States Jason Weiss TKO 3 18 Nov 2006 Canada Brampton, Ontario, Canada Referee stopped the bout after the third round.
Win 3-6 Canada Stephane Tessier MD 4 12 May 2006 Canada Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada 38-38, 40-36, 40-36.
Win 1-3 United States Walter Kienbaum TKO 2 9 Mar 2006 Canada Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Referee stopped the bout at 1:40 of the second round.
Win -- Canada Sheldon Hinton KO 3 18 Nov 2005 Canada Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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