Paweł Głażewski

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Paweł Głażewski
Statistics
Nickname(s) Głaz ("Stone")
Weight(s) Light-heavyweight
Height 1.79 m (5 ft 10 in)
Nationality Polish
Born (1982-10-01) 1 October 1982 (age 34)
Białystok, Poland
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 28
Wins 23
Wins by KO 5
Losses 5

Paweł Głażewski (born 1 September 1982) is a Polish professional boxer who has challenged once for the WBA light-heavyweight title.[1]

Amateur career[edit]

Głażewski was Polish Senior Champion in amateur boxing three times. In 2005, 2006 and 2008.

Professional career[edit]

Paweł Głażewski turned pro in 2007. When he won fight against Leo Tchoula, he won BBU International Champion. On August 18 he won WBC Baltic Silver belt. He stopped French boxer Abdelkader Benzinia.

Roy Jones vs. Paweł Głażewski[edit]

Jones was supposed to face Dawid Kostecki in a ten round bout at Atlas Arena, Poland on June 30. Days before the fight, Kostecki was convicted of being the ringleader of a criminal organization and was thrown in jail. Paweł Głażewski stepped in to fight Jones instead. Jones defeated the 17-0 Głażewski by split decision. Jones was knocked down in round six. Many felt Głażewski deserved the decision in a close fight. Judges scored 96-93 96-94 for Jones, and 95-94 for Głażewski. Polish TV scored the fight 97-94 for Głażewski.

Professional boxing record[edit]

23 Wins (5 knockouts, 18 decisions), 5 Losses (2 knockout, 3 decisions), 0 Draws[2]
Res. Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 23–5 Poland Bartłomiej Grafka SD 8 2015-10-17 Poland Wieliczka
Loss 23–4 Poland Maciej Miszkin UD 10 2015-04-18 Poland Legionowo For WBC Baltic Light heavyweight title
Loss 23–3 Germany Jürgen Brähmer KO 1 (12) 2014-12-06 Germany Oldenburg For WBA World Light Heavyweight title.
Win 23–2 United States Rowland Bryant UD 8 2014-08-16 Poland Międzyzdroje
Win 22–2 Poland Maciej Miszkin MD 8 2014-02-26 Poland Legionowo
Win 21–2 Belarus Andrei Salakhutdzinau UD 8 2013-12-06 Poland Białobrzegi
Loss 20–2 France Hadillah Mohoumadi TKO 7 (12) 2013-06-29 Poland Ostroda
Win 20–1 Poland Bartlomiej Grafka UD 10 2013-02-23 Poland Gdańsk
Win 19–1 Ukraine Oleksandr Garashchenko TKO 3 (8) 2012-12-09 Poland Bialobrzegi
Win 18–1 Algeria Sofiane Sebihi UD 10 2012-10-13 Poland Wieliczka Retained Polish International Light heavyweight title.
Loss 17–1 United States Roy Jones, Jr. SD 10 2012-06-30 Poland Łódź
Win 17–0 United Kingdom Matthew Barney UD 6 2011-12-03 Poland Warszawa
Win 16–0 France Doudou Ngumbu SD 10 2011-09-16 Poland Warszawa Retained WBC Baltic Silver and Polish International Light heavyweight titles.
Win 15–0 Albania Orial Kolaj PTS 6 2011-03-20 Poland Nowy Dwór
Win 14–0 Czech Republic Tomas Adamek UD 10 2010-11-12 Poland Wieliczka Retained Polish International Light heavyweight title.
Win 13–0 France Abdelkader Benzinia UD 10 2010-08-18 Poland Międzyzdroje Won vacant WBC Baltic Silver and Polish International Light heavyweight title.
Win 12–0 France Tony Averlant UD 6 2010-06-19 Poland Kielce
Win 11–0 Germany Mounir Toumi TKO 2 (6) 2010-04-24 Poland Gdynia
Win 10–0 France Martial Bella Oleme UD 8 2010-03-07 Poland Warszawa
Win 9–0 Latvia Andrejs Tolstihs UD 6 2009-11-21 Poland Białystok
Win 8–0 Cameroon Leo Tchoula PTS 6 2009-10-25 Poland Nowy Dwór Won Baltic Boxing Union International Light heavyweight title.
Win 7–0 Germany Steve Krökel UD 6 2009-08-18 Poland Międzyzdroje
Win 6–0 Lithuania Kirill Psonko PTS 4 2009-06-13 Poland Oleśnica
Win 5–0 Latvia Martins Kukulis TKO 5 (6) 2009-05-31 Poland Warka
Win 4–0 Latvia Florians Strupits UD 4 2009-04-24 Poland Jarosław
Win 3–0 Poland Mariusz Radziszewski UD 4 2009-02-28 Poland Lublin
Win 2–0 Latvia Aleksandrs Dunecs TKO 2 (4) 2009-02-22 Poland Łomianki
Win 1–0 Slovakia Miroslav Kvocka TKO 3 (4) 2008-12-14 Poland Białystok Professional debut.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "http://boxrec.com/list_bouts.php?human_id=478976&cat=boxer". Boxrec.  External link in |title= (help)
  2. ^ [1]. Boxrec.com.