Rafał Jackiewicz

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Rafał Jackiewicz
Statistics
Real name Rafał Jackiewicz
Nickname(s) Braveheart
Weight(s) Welterweight
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Reach 68 in (173 cm)
Nationality Polish
Born (1977-02-17) February 17, 1977 (age 40)
Mińsk Mazowiecki
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 67
Wins 48
Wins by KO 22
Losses 17
Draws 2
No contests 0

Rafał Jackiewicz (born February 17, 1977) is a Polish professional boxer who fights in welterweight division.[1] He is a former EBU welterweight champion.[1] His professional debut took place on 17 February 2001. Jackiewicz defeated Milan Smetana from Slovakia, winning by points after a four-round bout. His professional record includes 46 fights: 36 wins (18 knockouts), 9 losses and 1 draw.

On June 10, 2006 in Kędzierzyn-Koźle, Poland, Jackiewicz had a chance to win the International Boxing Council (IBC) welterweight title. After 12 rounds of boxing the Pole defeated Joel Sebastian Mayo by unanimous decision of the judges.

EBU Welterweight Champion[edit]

On September 14, 2008 in Kielce, Poland, Jackiewicz won the European Boxing Union (EBU) welterweight belt. The Pole defeated Jackson Osei Bonsu, who previously successfully defended the title four times. The scorecards were: 117:110 (judge Franco Ciminale), 114:113 (judge Michael Hook) and 116:112 (judge Robert Verwijs).

Jackiewicz vs. Zavec I[edit]

The first Jackiewicz’s defense of the title took place at Spodek Hall in Katowice, Poland. The Pole’s rival, Dejan Zavec lost for the first time in his professional career. Jackiewicz won by split decision. The scorecards were: 116:113 (judge Raiko Djajic and 115:114 (judge Michael Hook) for the Pole. Judge Sergio Silvi's type was 116:113 for Zavec.

Other fights for the EBU belt[edit]

On February 28, 2009 in Lublin, Poland, Jackiewicz retained his belt after unanimous decision over Luciano Abis. The Italian rival, similarly to Zavec, lost for the first time in his professional career.

On March 18, 2009 Jackiewicz resigned the EBU belt and started his preparations to the official IBF eliminator against Delvin Rodriguez. Both fighters came face-to-face on November 27, 2009 in Ełk. In general, the bout elapsed to Jackiewicz's dictation. However, he was hit powerfully in the sixth round and Rodriguez was close to finish him. The Pole landed on the canvas early in the sixth round but managed to continue the fight and won via unanimous decision. The scorecards were 117:116, 114:112, 115:112. Jackiewicz became the official IBF contender.

Before the championship bout, Jackiewicz defeated an average fighter from Turkey, Turgay Uzun in Strzelce Opolskie, Poland. The fight lacked spectacular moments but the Pole's advantage was unquestionable. According to judges, the Polish welterweight won each round.

Jackiewicz vs. Zavec II[edit]

The most important challenge of the Pole’s career was a fight for the IBF welterweight title which took place on September 4, 2010 Jackiewicz went to Ljubljana, Slovenia to face the champion, Dejan Zavec. After an average performance, Jackiewicz lost via points and suffered the first professional defeat. The fighter from Slovenia was more active and was dealing series of blows, contrary to Jackiewicz who limited himself to single punches. The Pole was able to gain slight advantage only in the sixth round and in the eighth one. The scorecards were 117:111 (judge Howard John Foster), 117:111 (judge Zdravko Milojevic) and 114:114 (judge Leszek Jankowiak).

Titles[edit]

Pro Boxing

  • 2008-09 EBU welterweight European champion (2 title defences)
  • 2006 IBC welterweight world champion (1 title defence)
  • 2006 Polish International welterweight champion

Amateur Kickboxing

Professional boxing record[edit]

48 Wins (22 knockouts, 25 decisions), 15 Losses, 2 Draws[3]
Res. Record Opponent Type Rd., Time Date Location Notes
N/A N/A Poland Patryk Szymański N/A N/A 2017-05-20 Poland Hala Arena, Poznań
Loss 48-15-2 Poland Michal Syrowatka UD 10 2016-04-02 Poland Tauron Arena, Kraków
Win 48-14-2 Bulgaria Stiliyan Kostov UD 10 2016-02-27 Poland MOSiR Hall, Radom
Win 47-14-2 Poland Michal Syrowatka TKO 4 (10), 0:43 2015-12-12 Poland Hala MOSiR, Ełk
Loss 46-14-2 Romania Ionut Dan Ion UD 8 2015-09-11 Canada Ricoh Coliseum Toronto, Ontario
Loss 46-13-2 Poland Kamil Szeremeta UD 10 2015-04-18 Poland Legionowo
Lose 46-12-2 Italy Gianluca Branco RTD 6 (12) 2014-11-22 Italy Terracina For EBU Welterweight title.
Win 46-11-2 Poland Krzysztof Szot UD 8 2014-08-16 Poland Międzyzdroje
Win 45–11–2 PolandFilip Rzadek TD 4 2014-04-12 Poland Częstochowa
Win 44–11–2 Hungary Lajos Munkacsi UD 6 2013-11-30 Poland Częstochowa
Win 43–11–2 Poland Michał Żeromski UD 8 2013-10-19 Poland Wieliczka
Loss 42–11–2 Italy Leonard Bundu KO 11 (12) 2013-04-06 Italy Rome For EBU Welterweight title.
Draw 42–10–2 England Rick Godding MD 10 2012-11-10 Germany Hamburg
Win 42–10–1 Italy Luca Michael Pasqua UD 10 2012-06-30 Poland Łódź
Win 41–10–1 Italy Luciano Abis TKO 7 (12) 2012-05-26 Italy Quartu Sant'Elena Won EBU-EU Welterweight title.
Win 40–10–1 Belgium Farid El Houari RTD 4 (6) 2006-04-22 Poland Racibórz
Win 39–10–1 Germany Andre Deobald UD 6 2011-11-12 Poland Gdynia
Loss 38–10–1 England Kell Brook TKO 6 (12) 2011-10-08 England Scheffield For WBA Inter-Continental Welterweight title.
Win 38–9–1 Morocco Tarik Sahibeddine KO 2 (8) 2011-03-05 Poland Krynica Zdrój
Win 37–9–1 Nicaragua Ronny McField UD 8 2010-11-20 Poland Nysa
Loss 36–9–1 Slovenia Jan Zaveck MD 12 2010-12-20 Slovenia Ljubljana For IBF Welterweight title.
Win 36–8–1 Germany Turgay Uzun UD 8 2010-03-20 Poland Strzelce Opolskie
Win 35–8–1 Dominican Republic Delvin Rodriguez UD 12 2009-11-27 Poland Ełk IBF Welterweight title eliminator.
Win 34–8–1 Italy Luciano Abis UD 12 2009-02-28 Poland Katowice Retained EBU Welterweight title.
Win 33–8–1 Slovenia Jan Zaveck SD 12 2008-11-29 Poland Katowice Retained EBU Welterweight title.
Win 32–8–1 Belgium Jackson Osei Bonsu UD 12 2008-09-14 Poland Kielce Won EBU Welterweight title.
Win 31–8–1 Hungary Laszlo Komjathi TKO 1 (8) 2008-05-31 Poland Legnica
Win 30–8–1 Latvia Deniss Aleksejevs TKO 4 (8) 2008-04-19 Poland Katowice
Win 29–8–1 Romania Mircea Lurci KO 3 (6) 2007-12-15 Poland Rzeszów
Win 28–8–1 France Fabrice Colombel RTD 5 (8) 2007-10-20 Poland Warszawa
Win 27–8–1 Spain Juan Martinez PTS 8 2007-08-22 Portugal Porto
Win 26–8–1 Chile Joel Mayo KO 6 (12) 2007-05-26 Poland Katowice
Win 25–8–1 Latvia Arturs Jaskuls TKO 4 (8) 2007-03-24 Poland Wołów
Win 24–8–1 Latvia Sergejs SavrinovicsArturs Jaskuls UD 6 2007-02-24 Poland Głogów
Win 23–8–1 France Nicolas Guisset UD 12 2006-10-28 Poland Dębica Retained IBC Welterweight title.
Win 22–8–1 Chile Joel Mayo UD 12 2006-06-10 Poland Kędzierzyn Koźle Won vacant IBC Welterweight title.
Win 21–8–1 Ukraine Yuriy Tsybenko TKO 4 (6) 2006-05-20 Poland Ketrzyn
Win 20–8–1 Belarus Siarhei Shnip TKO 2 (8) 2006-05-06 Poland Krosno
Win 19–8–1 Belarus Valeri Kharianau KO 2 (6) 2006-03-25 Poland Siedlce
Win 18–8–1 France David Sarraille TKO 6 (10) 2006-01-21 Poland Busko Zdrój
Win 17–8–1 United States Joshua Smith UD 8 2005-11-26 United States Chicago
Win 16–8–1 Slovakia Igor Krbusik TKO 2 (6) 2005-10-15 Poland Rzeszów
Loss 15–8–1 Italy Giammario Grassellini MD 12 2005-09-30 Italy Campobello di Mazara For IBF Mediterranean Welterweight title.
Win 15–7–1 Russia Rozalin Nasibulin UD 6 2005-03-12 Poland Poznań
Win 14–7–1 Romania Eugen Stan PTS 6 2005-02-19 Poland Wołów
Win 13–7–1 Poland Wojciech Konczalski UD 4 2004-12-19 Poland Rzeszów
Draw 12–7–1 Poland Slawomir Ziemlewicz PTS 10 2004-11-26 Poland Warszawa For vacant Polish Welterweight title.
Loss 12–7 Democratic Republic of the Congo Ted Bami PTS 8 2004-20-08 England Brentwood
Loss 12–6 Italy Antonio Lauri UD 10 2004-07-09 Italy Varese For vacant EBU-EU Welterweight title.
Loss 12–5 England Michael Jennings PTS 8 2004-05-22 England Widnes
Win 12–4 Poland Mariusz Biskupski UD 6 2004-04-24 Poland Dąbrowa Górnicza Won Polish International Welterweight title.
Win 11–4 Hungary Karoly Domokos UD 6 2004-03-27 Poland Radom
Win 10–4 Romania Virgil Meleg UD 6 2003-12-20 Poland Bielsko-Biała
Win 9–4 Romania Vasile Herteg KO 6 (10) 2003-12-06 Poland Tarnów
Win 8–4 Denmark Allan Vester KO 1 (6) 2003-10-04 Germany Zwickau
Loss 7–4 Poland Jacek Bielski MD 6 2003-09-27 Poland Gorzów Wielkopolski
Loss 7–3 France Malik Cherchari PTS 6 2003-04-12 France Échirolles
Loss 7–2 Poland Mariusz Biskupski MD 6 2003-02-15 Poland Zabrze
Win 7–1 United States Karl David KO 3 (6) 2002-05-24 Poland Płońsk
Win 6–1 Slovakia Marek Kvocka TKO 2 (6) 2002-05-04 Poland Wrocław
Win 5–1 Ukraine Artur Atadzhanov UD 6 2002-04-13 Poland Bielsko-Biała
Loss 4–1 Ukraine Yuriy Nuzhnenko UD 6 2001-11-24 Poland Łódź
Win 4–0 Czech Republic Petr Rykala KO 4 (6) 2011-10-27 Poland Pruszków
Win 3–0 Hungary Zsolt Gyalog TKO 2 (4) 2001-06-09 Poland Kołobrzeg
Win 2–0 Hungary Attila Szabo TKO 2 (4) 2001-04-28 Poland Inowrocław
Win 1–0 Slovakia Milan Smetana KO 4 2001-02-17 Poland Kołobrzeg Professional debut.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Rafał Jackiewicz". boxrec.com. Retrieved 2010-08-04. 
  2. ^ "13^ WAKO EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS (Results - Light Contact Men/Light Contact Ladies)" (PDF). www.wakoweb.com. Retrieved 2011-05-16. 
  3. ^ Boxrec.com Retrieved on 8 September 2013.

External links[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jackson Osei Bonsu
EBU Welterweight Champion
September 14, 2008 - March 18, 2009
Vacated
Succeeded by
Selçuk Aydın
Filled vacancy