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Native name  Дзянic Ганчаронак
Style  Muay Thai
Weight  91 kg
Reach  76.0 in (193 cm)
Height  1.93 m
Division  Heavyweight
Name  Dzianis Hancharonak
Nationality  Belarusian
Stance  Orthodox

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Born  Дзянic Алеговiч Ганчаронак June 21, 1988 (age 27) (1988-06-21)

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Dzianis Hancharonak (Belarusian: Дзянic Алегавiч Ганчаронак; born June 21, 1988), sometimes spelt Denis Goncheronok, is a Belarusian heavyweight Muay Thai kickboxer fighting out of Minsk for Patriot Gym. He is a five-time amateur Muay Thai I.F.M.A world champion and holds a national degree of honored master of sports in Muay Thai. Inside the amateur ring, he enjoyed victories over notable athletes including: Nenad Pagonis, Franci Grajš, Simon Marcus and Vladimir Mineev.

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Amateur career

Dzianis has been a prominent member of the Belarusian Muay Thai national team. He won his first major international tournament during his teens, which was the 2006 I.F.M.A World Championships in -81 kg category. In 2006, when Dzianis finished high school, he continued to pursue his Muay Thai career under renowned Belarusian trainer Dmitry Piasetsky. Blood, sweat and tears in this tough training regimen earned him multiple titles from recognized Muay Thai and kickboxing organizations including I.F.M.A and W.A.K.O. Dzianis has had more than 260 amateur fights not only in Thailand, home country of Muay Thai, but all over the world. In 2010, he won the World Combat Games in Beijing, China.

Professional career

Although still competing in international amateur championships as is required of the national team member, Dzianis is very passionate about professional fights. Dzianis has fought 10 professional bouts, chalking up an impressive K.O. victory over Netherlands' Boy Boy Martin on March 19, 2010, in K-1 World Max 2010 East Europe Tournament. On July 30, 2011, Dzianis took on Redouan Cairo in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. The action started immediately and after being knocked down twice in the second round, Hancharonak came back with the TKO in round three.

Twice, Dzianis was meant to take on Australian heavyweight Nathan Corbett: in 2011 when both were in one group in a Muay Thai Premier League tournament, but the promotion group collapsed, and then on March 9, 2013, however the fight never materialized.

There was no winner in a rematch against Redouan Cairo at Kickboxing Empire II in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States on March 8, 2014 as the fight ended up in draw.

He challenged Artem Vakhitov in a fight for the vacant WMC World Heavyweight (-95 kg/209 lb) Championship at Monte Carlo Fighting Masters 2014 in Monte Carlo, Monaco on June 14, 2014, losing a unanimous decision.

Titles

  • Amateur:
  • 2014 I.F.M.A World Championship in Langkawi, Malaysia -91 kg
  • 2012 I.F.M.A European Championship 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal -91 kg
  • 2012 I.F.M.A World Championship in St. Petersburg, Russia -91 kg
  • 2012 I.F.M.A European Championship in Antalya, Turkey -91 kg
  • 2011 I.F.M.A World Championship in Tashkent, Uzbekistan -91 kg
  • 2009 W.A.K.O. World Championships in Villach, Austria -86 kg (K-1 Rules)
  • 2009 I.F.M.A World Championship in Bangkok, Thailand -91 kg
  • 2008 W.A.K.O. European Championships in Oporto, Portugal −86 kg (K-1 rules)
  • 2008 I.F.M.A World Championship in Bangkok, Thailand -86 kg
  • 2008 I.F.M.A European Championship in Zgorzelec, Poland -86 kg
  • 2007 W.M.F European Championship in Vigo, Spain -81 kg
  • 2006 I.F.M.A World Championship in Bangkok, Thailand -81 kg
  • 2006 W.A.K.O European Thai-Boxing Championship in Skopje, Macedonia -81 kg
  • References

    Dzianis Hancharonak Wikipedia


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