Oleksiy Mazikin

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Oleksiy Masikin
Statistics
Weight(s)Heavyweight
Height1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Nationality Ukraine
Born (1975-02-16) February 16, 1975 (age 44)
Kharkiv, Kharkiv Oblast
Boxing record
Total fights31
Wins14
Wins by KO4
Losses15
Draws2

Oleksiy Mazikin (born 1975-02-16) is a Ukrainian boxer best known to win the silver medal at the 2001 World Championships in the Men's Super Heavyweight division.

Amateur[edit]

Mazikin was a successful amateur but kept losing to southpaws. At the Olympics 2000 he lost to southpaw Audley Harrison, at the World Championships 2001 where he achieved his best result beating Alexander Povetkin 36:30 and Pedro Carrión he lost the final to southpaw Ruslan Chagaev.

At the Olympics 2004 he beat Aliaksandr Apanasionak and was defeated by southpaw Roberto Cammarelle.

Amateur Highlights[edit]

  • 2000 competed as a Super Heavyweight at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney.
  • 2001 2nd place at the World Championships in Belfast
  • 2001 4th place at the Goodwill Games 2001 in Brisbane.
  • 2004 competed at the 2004 Olympics in Athens. Results were:

Pro[edit]

He turned pro in 2005. He lost to compatriot Taras Bidenko on points and was KOd in the first round by amateur superstar Odlanier Solis.

Professional boxing record[edit]

Professional record summary
30 fights 14 wins 14 losses
By knockout 4 9
By decision 10 5
Draws 2
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
30 Loss 14–14–2 Germany Hussein Muhamed TKO 4 (8), 1:12 2019-03-02 Germany Maritim Hotel, Magdeburg, Germany
29 Loss 14–13–2 Croatia Agron Smakici KO 1 (8), 1:16 2017-12-22 Germany Sporthalle, Hamburg, Germany
28 Loss 14–12–2 Sweden Otto Wallin KO 2 (8), 2:26 2015-06-20 Denmark Ballerup Super Arena, Ballerup, Denmark
27 Loss 14–11–2 Germany Franz Rill PTS 8 2014-12-12 Germany Eintracht Berlin Sportzentrum, Berlin, Germany
26 Loss 14–10–2 Russia Vladimir Tereshkin UD 8 2013-12-14 Ukraine Ice Palace, Brovari, Ukranie
25 Loss 14–9–2 Syria Manuel Charr TKO 3 (12), 2:10 2013-06-15 Germany Karl Eckel Halle, Hattersheim am Main, Germany For WBC Baltic and Mediterranean Heavyweight titles.
24 Loss 14–8–2 Romania Christian Hammer RTD 6 (12), 3:00 2013-02-22 Romania Strada Henri Coanda, Galati, Romania For WBO European Heavyweight title.
23 Loss 14–7–2 Germany Edmund Gerber RTD 5 (8), 3:00 2012-02-25 Germany Porsche-Arena, Stuttgart, Germany
22 Win 14–6–2 Germany Maximilian Rabe KO 1 (4) 2011-10-29 Germany McFit, Kreuzberg, Germany
21 Loss 13–6–2 Czech Republic Ondřej Pála RTD 7 (12), 3:00 2011-04-01 Germany Digibet Pferdesportpark, Lichtenberg, Germany For vacant WBO European Heavyweight title.
20 Loss 13–5–2 Cuba Juan Carlos Gómez KO 3 (12), 2:44 2010-03-27 Germany Alsterdorf Sporthalle, Alsterdorf, Germany For vacant WBA International Heavyweight title.
19 Draw 13–4–2 Germany Konstantin Airich MD 8 2010-01-23 Germany Kugelbake-Halle, Cuxhaven, Germany Mazikin was deducted two points in round 3 for low blows.
18 Loss 13–4–1 Poland Andrzej Wawrzyk UD 10 2009-12-18 Poland MOSiR Hall, Lodz, Poland For World Boxing Council Youth Heavyweight title.
17 Loss 13–3–1 Czech Republic Ondřej Pála UD 8 2009-10-24 Germany Kugelbake-Halle, Cuxhaven, Germany
16 Win 13–2–1 Russia Artur Marabyan UD 12 2008-08-31 Russia Yubileyny, Yugorsk, Russia Won WBO Asia Pacific Heavyweight title.
15 Draw 12–2–1 Germany Konstantin Airich PTS 8 2008-03-14 Germany Zenith - Die Kulturhalle, Munich, Germany
14 Win 12–2 Turkey Engin Solmaz TKO 5 (6) 2007-11-17 Germany Sporthalle Neue Zeit, Schwedt, Germany
13 Win 11–2 Russia Andrey Kokoulin UD 6 2007-09-27 Russia Vodoley, Ekaterinburg, Russia
12 Loss 10–2 Cuba Odlanier Solís KO 1 (4), 0:43 2007-06-16 Turkey Atatürk Sport Salonu, Ankara, Turkey
11 Win 10–1 United States Sedreck Fields UD 8 2007-02-27 Ukraine Sport Palace, Kiev, Ukranie
10 Loss 9–1 Ukraine Taras Bidenko MD 10 2006-08-22 Germany Universum Gym, Wandsbek, Germany For German International Heavyweight title.
9 Win 9–0 Russia Suren Kalachyan UD 6 2006-04-29 Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle, Stuttgart, Germany
8 Win 8–0 France Antoine Palatis UD 6 2006-03-25 Germany TURM Erlebnis City, Oranienburg, Germany
7 Win 7–0 Czech Republic Pavel Vanacek KO 1 (6), 2:06 2006-02-28 Germany Alte Reithalle, Stuttgart, Germany
6 Win 6–0 Belgium Valery Chechenev UD 6 2005-11-15 Germany Hohenstaufenhalle, Göppingen, Germany
5 Win 5–0 Latvia Aleksandrs Borhovs UD 4 2005-10-29 Germany TURM Erlebnis City, Oranienburg, Germany
4 Win 4–0 Turkey Engin Solmaz PTS 4 2005-07-09 Germany Life Sportpark Herrenkrug, Magdeburg, Germany
3 Win 3–0 Spain David Blanco UD 4 2005-06-18 Croatia Amphitheater Arena, Pula, Croatia
2 Win 2–0 England Garry Delaney UD 4 2005-05-10 Spain Pueblo Espanol, Mallorca, Spain
1 Win 1–0 Burkina Faso Roger Foe KO 2 (4), 1:38 2005-03-26 Germany Erdgas Arena, Riesa, Germany Professional debut

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