Sergei Gur

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Sergei Gur
Сергей Гур
Born Siarhiej Hur
(1978-06-06) June 6, 1978 (age 39)
Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
Native name Сергей Гур
Nationality Belarusian
Height 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 100 kg (220 lb; 15 st 10 lb)
Division Heavyweight
Style Kickboxing
Team Chinuk Gym
Trainer Andrej Hrydzin
Years active 1998–2008
Kickboxing record
Total 82
Wins 59
By knockout 36
Losses 21
By knockout 5
Draws 2
Mixed martial arts record
Total 2
Wins 0
Losses 1
By submission 1
Draws 1
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Sergei Gur (Belarusian: Сяргей Гур; born June 6, 1978) is a Belarusian former kickboxer from Minsk. He is a former 2004 WMF World Heavyweight Muay Thai champion and two time K-1 Italy tournament champion.

Biography[edit]

Sergei Gur entered K-1 in 2001, following the footsteps of his training partner Alexey Ignashov. He won his first tournament on April 21 in Milano, Italy, by three consecutive TKO's over Danilo Capuzi, Franz Haller and Rani Berbachi. On his next fight he was matched up against three time K-1 World champion Ernesto Hoost in K-1 Oceanian preliminarily held in Melbourne, Australia. Hoost won the fight in the first round by three knockdowns.

Gur's next tournament win in K-1 came in K-1 France GP 2004 held in Marseilles. The win qualified him for K-1 World GP The Battle of Bellagio III, held in Las Vegas, Nevada. Gur lost a hard-fought battle in quarter finals against Mighty Mo by unanimous decision.[1]

Titles[edit]

Professional

  • 2007 K-1 Fighting Network Latvia tournament champion
  • 2007 K-1 Italy tournament runner up
  • 2006 W.B.K.F. Muaythai Eurasian champion -93 kg (0 title defences)
  • 2006 K-1 Italy tournament champion
  • 2005 W.B.K.F. Muaythai Eurasian champion -93 kg (0 title defences)
  • 2004 K-1 Marseilles tournament champion
  • 2003 World Kickboxing Network (W.K.N.) European champion -96 kg
  • 2003 Cup of Arbat tournament runner up -93 kg

Amateur

Kickboxing record[edit]

59 Wins (36 (T)KO's, 23 decisions), 21 Losses, 2 Draws
Date Result Opponent Event Method Round Time
08/23/2016 Loss Russia Turpal Tokaev Akhmat Fight Show KO 2 3:00
02/09/2008 Loss France Freddy Kemayo K-1 World GP 2008 in Budapest, Hungary TKO (Low kicks) 2 2:53
11/30/2007 Loss Russia Sergei Palbin Tatneft Cup Heavyweight 1/8 Finals, Kazan, Russia Decision 5 3:00
11/03/2007 Loss Romania Cătălin Moroşanu Local Kombat 27 "Porţile de fier", Severin, Romania Decision 3 3:00
10/13/2007 Win Lithuania Mindaugas Sakalauskas K-1 Fighting Network Latvia 2007, Riga, Latvia KO
10/13/2007 Win Lithuania Giedrius Pranckevicius K-1 Fighting Network Latvia 2007, Riga, Latvia TKO
10/13/2007 Win Poland Dawid Trolka K-1 Fighting Network Latvia 2007, Riga, Latvia TKO
09/08/2007 Win Bosnia and HerzegovinaDzevad Poturak Night of Fighters 4, Bratislava, Slovakia Decision 3 3:00
06/09/2007 Loss Poland Marcin Rozalski K-1 Rules Heavyweight Tournament 2007 in Poland, Nowy Targ Ext.R Decision 4 3:00
06/09/2007 Win HungaryTibor Nagy K-1 Rules Heavyweight Tournament 2007 in Poland, Nowy Targ Decision 3 3:00
05/02/2007 Loss Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Avasov WBKF Eurasian Muay Thai title (+93 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision 3 3:00
04/14/2007 Loss Czech Republic Tomáš Hron K-1 Italy Oktagon 2007, Milan, Italy Decision 3 3:00
04/14/2007 Win ItalyLuca Sabatini K-1 Italy Oktagon 2007, Milan, Italy Decision 3 3:00
04/14/2007 Win Poland Marcin Rozalski K-1 Italy Oktagon 2007, Milan, Italy Decision 3 3:00
01/26/2007 Loss France Patrice Quarteron K-1 Rules Kick Tournament 2007 in Marseilles, Marseille, France TKO 3
12/06/2006 Loss Kyrgyzstan Ruslan Avasov WBKF Eurasian Muay Thai title (+93 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision 3 3:00
11/04/2006 Loss Japan Tatsufumi Tomihira K-1 Fighting Network Riga 2006, Latvia Decision (Split) 3 3:00
07/19/2006 Win Belarus Alexey Kudin WBKF Eurasian Muay Thai title (+93 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision (Split) 5 3:00
06/02/2006 Loss Romania Ionuţ Iftimoaie Local Kombat 21, Romania Decision 3 3:00
04/08/2006 Win Bosnia and Herzegovina Dzevad Poturak K-1 Italy Oktagon 2006, Milano Decision 3 3:00
04/08/2006 Win Netherlands Koos Wessels K-1 Italy Oktagon 2006, Milano Decision (Ext. R) 4 3:00
02/17/2006 Win France Freddy Kemayo K-1 European League 2006 in Bratislava, Slovakia KO (Flying knee strike) 1 2:15
01/20/2006 Loss France Rani Berbachi K-1 Fighting Network 2006 in Marseilles, France Disqualification
12/18/2005 Loss Czech Republic Ladislav Zak Heaven or Hell 5, Prague, Czech Republic Decision 3 3:00
10/12/2005 Loss Belarus Eduard Voznovich WBKF European Muay Thai title (+93 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision 5 3:00
09/07/2005 Win Russia Denis Podolashin WBKF Eurasian Muay Thai title (93 kg), Moscow, Russia TKO (Ext. R) 6
04/16/2005 Loss France Gregory Tony K-1 Italy 2005 Oktagon, Milano Decision 3 3:00
02/19/2005 Loss Sweden Jorgen Kruth WMC World Title, Stockholm, Sweden Decision 5 3:00
01/29/2005 Win France Christian Nka K-1 France Grand Prix 2005 in Marseilles, France Decision 3 3:00
01/29/2005 Win France Jean-Baptiste Fuentes K-1 France Grand Prix 2005 in Marseilles, France KO 2
12/18/2004 Draw Croatia Petar Majstorovic K-1 MAX Spain 2004, Guadalajara, Spain Decision draw 3 3:00
10/30/2004 Win Slovakia Roman Kupčák Noc Bojovnikov, Bratislava, Sloviakia Decision 3 3:00
08/07/2004 Loss American Samoa Mighty Mo K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 in Las Vegas II, USA Decision 5 3:00
04/24/2004 Draw Croatia Petar Majstorovic K-1 Italy 2004, Milano Decision draw 3 3:00
03/27/2004 Win Suriname Jerrel Venetiaan K-1 World Grand Prix 2004 in Saitama, Japan Decision (Majority) 3 3:00
01/24/2004 Win Portugal Humberto Evora K-1 Marseilles 2004 World Qualification, France KO 2 1:35
01/24/2004 Win France Christophe Carron K-1 Marseilles 2004 World Qualification, France TKO 2 1:55
01/24/2004 Win France Matthias Riccio K-1 Marseilles 2004 World Qualification, France TKO (Referee stoppage) 2 1:02
12/24/2003 Win Georgia (country) Zurab Besiashvili WKN European Muay Thai title (96 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision 5 3:00
10/31/2003 Loss South Africa Mike Bernardo K-1 Final Fight Stars War in Zagreb, Croatia TKO (Referee stoppage) 2
05/31/2003 Win Japan Noboru Uchida Tokyo, Japan Decision 3 3:00
04/16/2003 Loss Belarus Vitali Akhramenko Cup of Arbat Tournament Final (-93 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision (Unanimous) 5 3:00
04/16/2003 Win Russia Sergei Shemetov Cup of Arbat Tournament 1/2 finals (-93 kg), Moscow, Russia TKO (Referee stop./leg injury) 1
04/16/2003 Win Kazakhstan Timur Porsukov Cup of Arbat Tournament 1/4 finals (-93 kg), Moscow, Russia Decision (Unanimous) 4 3:00
02/06/2002 Win Denmark Nicholas Pettas K-1 Survival 2002, Japan TKO (Doctor stoppage) 2 1:00
06/16/2001 Loss Netherlands Ernesto Hoost K-1 World Grand Prix 2001 in Melbourne, Australia TKO 1 2:03
04/21/2001 Win France Rani Berbachi K-1 Italy Grand Prix 2001 Preliminary, Italy TKO (Rib injury) 3
04/21/2001 Win Italy Franz Haller K-1 Italy Grand Prix 2001 Preliminary, Italy KO 1
04/21/2001 Win Italy Danilo Capuzi K-1 Italy Grand Prix 2001 Preliminary, Italy KO 2
03/14/2001 Win Finland Topi Helin Muay Thai World Championships, Bangkok, Thailand Decision 5 3:00
06/24/2000 Win Russia Wahid Vueneki K-1 Belarus Grand Prix 2000, IMTF European Title, Minsk, Belarus TKO 2

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Draw 0-1 (1) Vygandas Grazhys Draw RF 2000 - Lithuania vs Belarus, Lithuania March 12, 2000 1 20:00
Loss 0-1 Andrei Semenov Submission (Armbar) M-1 MFC - Russia Open Tournament December 5, 1999 1 1:17

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mo Better at the Bellagio". www.k-1.co.jp. Retrieved 2008-02-04.