Richel Hersisia

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Richel Hersisia
Statistics
Real nameRichel Hersisia
Weight(s)Heavyweight
NationalityDutch
Born (1974-04-28) April 28, 1974 (age 46)
Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights35
Wins32
Wins by KO25
Losses3
Draws0
No contests0

Richel Hersisia (born April 28, 1974 in Curaçao, in the former Netherlands Antilles) is a heavyweight boxer. He is referred to as "The Dutch Sonny Liston" by his fans. He now fights out of The Hague (Den Haag) in the Netherlands.

He once held the fringe World Boxing Foundation (WBFo) Heavyweight title, but lost it to Audley Harrison via fourth-round knockout on March 20, 2004 at Wembley Arena in London.[1]

He last fought in September 2008, when he lost a six rounds decision to a comebacking Ray Mercer in Karlstad, Sweden. His current ring record stands at 30 wins (24 knockouts) and 3 loss in 33 bouts.

Professional boxing record[edit]

32 Wins (25 knockouts, 7 decisions), 3 Losses (1 knockout, 2 decisions) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 32-3 Germany Frank Kary Roth TKO 2 14/11/2009 Netherlands Den Haag, Netherlands
Win 31-3 Ukraine Yaroslav Zavorotnyi UD 8 26/10/2009 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
Loss 30-3 United States "Merciless" Ray Mercer MD 6 05/09/2008 Sweden Karlstad, Sweden 55-59, 55-59, 57-57.
Win 30-2 Brazil Marcos Celestino TKO 1 29/09/2007 Belgium Soumagne, Liege, Belgium WBF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title.
Loss 29-2 Ukraine Taras Bydenko UD 12 30/06/2007 Germany Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany WBA Intercontinental Heavyweight Title. 113-115, 113-115, 111-117.
Win 29-1 Georgia (country) Zurab Noniashvili RTD 5 17/03/2007 Germany Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Win 28-1 Brazil Adenilson Rodrigues KO 2 28/10/2006 Germany Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Rodrigues knocked out at 0:50 of the second round.
Win 27-1 Brazil Rogerio Lobo UD 6 14/01/2006 Germany Aschersleben, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany
Win 26-1 Romania Ioan Mihai KO 2 14/10/2005 Denmark Struer, Denmark Mihai knocked out at 1:50 of the second round.
Win 25-1 Belarus Vitali Shkraba KO 6 10/09/2005 Netherlands Rotterdam, Netherlands
Win 24-1 Slovakia Vlado "Slovak Rambo" Szabo KO 4 09/06/2005 Spain Alcobendas, Madrid, Spain
Win 23-1 Belarus Siarhei Dychkou TKO 8 06/11/2004 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands Benelux Heavyweight Title.
Win 22-1 Hungary Viktor Juhasz KO 1 16/10/2004 Germany Halle an der Saale, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany Juhasz knocked out at 1:23 of the first round.
Loss 21-1 United Kingdom Audley "A-Force" Harrison KO 4 20/03/2004 United Kingdom Wembley, London, United Kingdom WBFo World Heavyweight Title. Hersisia knocked out at 2:00 of the fourth round.
Win 21-0 Hungary Zoltan Petranyi TKO 1 11/10/2003 Netherlands Antilles Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles Netherlands Kingdom Heavyweight Title.
Win 20-0 Finland Sami "The Bull" Elovaara UD 12 09/08/2003 Austria Salzburg, Austria WBF World Heavyweight Title. 117-111, 117-110, 120-109.
Win 19-0 Argentina Sandro Abel Vazquez KO 9 16/05/2003 Netherlands Den Haag, Netherlands WBF World Heavyweight Title.
Win 18-0 Poland Wojciech Bartnik MD 8 15/03/2003 Germany Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany
Win 17-0 Romania Costel Patriche TKO 2 14/02/2003 Netherlands Leeuwarden, Netherlands Dutch Heavyweight Title.
Win 16-0 Argentina Eduardo Andres Sandivares TKO 2 30/11/2002 Netherlands Antilles Willemstad, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles WBA Fedecentro Heavyweight Title.
Win 15-0 Kenya Chris Sirengo KO 3 11/10/2002 Denmark Thisted, Denmark
Win 14-0 France Antoine Palatis UD 8 23/08/2002 Denmark Skagen, Denmark 78-74, 78-74, 79-74.
Win 13-0 France Jean Francis Traore PTS 6 20/05/2002 Belgium Roeselare, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Win 12-0 Burkina Faso Roger Foe KO 3 02/05/2002 Netherlands Arnhem, Netherlands
Win 11-0 Hungary Istvan Kecskes TKO 4 01/04/2002 Belgium Ghent, Oost-Vlaanderen, Belgium
Win 10-0 Brazil Marcelo Ferreira dos Santos KO 4 01/03/2002 Denmark Give, Denmark
Win 9-0 Nigeria Emmanuel Nwodo TKO 3 18/01/2002 Denmark Thisted, Denmark
Win 8-0 France Thierry Guezouli TKO 3 09/11/2001 Denmark Odense, Denmark
Win 7-0 Romania Cătălin Zmărăndescu TKO 5 12/10/2001 Denmark Herning, Denmark
Win 6-0 Poland Piotr Jurczyk PTS 6 07/07/2001 Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
Win 5-0 Croatia Drazen Ordulj KO 3 09/06/2001 Poland Kolobrzeg, Poland
Win 4-0 Czech Republic Frantisek Vasak TKO 2 19/05/2001 Germany Cologne, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Win 3-0 Croatia Boris Mamic TKO 3 20/04/2001 Denmark Ronne, Denmark
Win 2-0 Hungary Sandor Bacsko KO 1 16/03/2001 Denmark Lemvig, Denmark
Win 1-0 Hungary Laszlo Pataki TKO 1 25/02/2001 Netherlands Wassenaar, Netherlands

References[edit]

  1. ^ Trickett, Alex (20 March 2004). "Harrison takes WBF title". BBC Online. Retrieved 9 September 2014.

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