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Albert Selimov

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Nationality  Azerbaijani Russian
Height  1.70 m
Sport  Boxing
Weight  57 kg

Name  Albert Selimov
Martial art  Boxing
Role  Boxer
Rated at  Lightweight
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Full name  al'bert SHevketovich Selimov
Born  April 5, 1986 (age 29) (1986-04-05) Kaspiysk, Dagestan, Russia

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Albert Shevketovich Selimov (Russian: Альберт Шевкетович Селимов; born 5 April 1986) is an amateur lightweight boxer of Lezgin descent. Competing for Russia he won the 2007 world title, the 2008 World Cup, and two European titles, in 2006 and 2010. After failing to qualify for the 2012 Olympics he moved to Azerbaijan and placed second at the 2015 World Championships and fifth at the 2016 Summer Olympics.


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Albert Selimov Albert Selimov wins the Men39s Lightweight 60kg Boxing

At the 2006 European Championships he beat Stephen Smith in the semis and Shahin Imranov 28:10 in the final.

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At the 2007 World Championships southpaw counterpuncher Selimov beat American southpaw Raynell Williams and won against Yakup Kılıç by walk-over to reach the finals. There he outlasted Ukrainian Vasyl Lomachenko, another southpaw. In the round one bout of the featherweight division at the 2008 Beijing Olympics Vasyl Lomachenko finally got his revenge and outclassed world amateur champion 14–7 cutting short his dream for Olympic gold.

Olympic Games

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  • Lost to Vasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine) 7–14
  • World Championships

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    2007 (featherweight)

    Albert Selimov Albert Salimov advances to semifinals at Baku 2015 Vestnik Kavkaza
  • Defeated Iulian Stan (Romania) RSC-1
  • Defeated Marcel Herfuth (Germany) PTS
  • Defeated Bahodirjon Sooltonov (Uzbekistan) 24–9
  • Defeated Raynell Williams (United States) 25–8
  • Defeated Yakup Kılıç (Turkey) walk-over
  • Defeated Vasyl Lomachenko (Ukraine) 16–11
  • 2009 (lightweight)

  • Defeated Mohammad Aziz (Afghanistan) 25–1
  • Defeated Erick Bonez (Ecuador) 18–0
  • Defeated Sailom Ardee (Thailand) 14–8
  • Defeated Éverton Lopes (Brazil) 17–2
  • Lost to José Pedraza (Puerto Rico) 5–9
  • 2011 (lightweight)

  • Lost to Hector Manzanilla (Venezuela) DQ
  • 2015 (lightweight)

  • Defeated Sean Mccomb (Ireland) 2–1
  • Defeated Sofiane Oumiha (France) 3–0
  • Defeated Robson Conceicao (Brazil) 3–0
  • Lost to Lazaro Alvarez (Cuba) TKO (cuts)
  • Boxing World Cup

    2008 (lightweight)

  • Defeated José Pedraza (Puerto Rico) 14–4
  • Defeated Hu Qing (China) 12–10
  • European Championships

    2006 (featherweight)

  • Defeated Sandor Racz (Hungary) RSCO-2
  • Defeated Edgar Manukyan (Armenia) RSCO-2
  • Defeated Stephen Smith (England) RSCO-2
  • Defeated Shahin Imranov (Azerbaijan) 28–10
  • European Games

    2015 (lightweight)

  • Defeated Otar Eranosyan (Georgia) 3–0
  • Defeated Elian Dimitrov (Bulgaria) 3–0
  • Defeated Sean McComb (Ireland) 3–0
  • Defeated Sofiane Oumiha (France) 3–0
  • References

    Albert Selimov Wikipedia