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Fabio Tuiach

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Other names  The Hitting Angel
Style  Boxing
Height  1.88 m
Other name  The Hitting Angel
Nationality  Italian
Stance  Orthodox
Fighting out of  Trieste
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Born  June 4, 1980 (age 36) Trieste, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy (1980-06-04)
Division  Heavyweight Cruiserweight
Team  Lion Gym Trieste Club Sportivo Trieste Pugilato

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Fabio Tuiach (born 4 Juin, 1980) is an Italian boxer who competes in the Heavyweight division. He's a former Italian Heavyweight Champion. He is also a former I.B.F. Mediterranean Cruiserweight Champion and Former Italian Light Heavyweight Champion.


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Early life and amateur career


Tuiach was born in Trieste, Italy and he grew up in Rozzol Melara, a quartier in the north of the city. He began boxing 16 years old, under the guidance of the former Italian Featherweight Champion Nevio Carbi. He made its debut as a cruiserweight with a lighting win in 80 seconds. He won fifteen matches in a row by KO or TKO, afterwards he climbed in the light heavyweight category where he won the Italian Juniores Title. Was called in the Italian National Team and in 2000 he won the Italian Second-Class Super Heavyweight Title and in the next year he loss against Roberto Cammarelle at the All-Italy Boxing Championship final.

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In 2003 he turned professional, he closed his amatorial career with a score of 60 matches fought, 45 won, including 13 by KO.

Professional career

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Tuiach made his professional debut on 30 April 2004, in Bergamo and he won by KO against the slovak Marian Miko.

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On 10 February 2006, with 11 matches won, 7 by KO, he got the chance to fight for the Italian Title and he faced the Italian champion Paolo Ferrara in Trieste. He won by KO at the seventh round after an intense match, bringing back in Trieste a title that was missing for thirty years, when was won by his first master Nevio Carbi in the featherweight division.

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In 2007 he won the I.B.F. Mediterranean Cruiserweight title beating by KO the French Enis Boussandel. In 2008 a family bereavement upset his life and his career resented of that.

On 25 October 2008, he fought for the E.B.U. European title, but he fell to the mat under the punches of the champion Marco Huck. At the visits of reinstatement the Italian federation denied his medical fitness, in 2009 he repeated the tests but the outcome was the same: after this disappointment he left boxing and started the practice of Kickboxing. In this short period he fought 4 matches, 2 wons (1 by KO) and 2 losses, he left definitively the rings in 2011.

In this period of crysis, in November 2009, as a good faithful Christian, he went on pilgrimage along the Way of St. James.

He returned in boxing on July 14, 2012, fighting against the Hungarian Sandor Balagh after 4 years of inactivity, going up into the Heavyweight division.

In August 2013 he issued the challenge to the Italian title but he lost by TKO at the sixth round against Matteo Modugno. In December 2014 he finally won the Italian Heavyweight Title beating Gianluca Mandras, disqualified at the ninth round, in Trieste.

He lost the Italian Heavyweight Title on Jun 13, 2015. The fight took place in Brescia. Afterwards he had to leave the title to the former Italian Cruiserweight champion Salvatore Erittu.


  • 2014 Italian Heavyweight Title
  • 2007 I.B.F. Mediterranean Cruiserweight Title.
  • 2006 Italian Light Heavyweight Title.
  • Amatorial

  • 2001 All-Italy Boxing Championship Heavyweight Division Runner-up.
  • 2000 Italian Second-Class Super Heavyweight Title.
  • Italian Juniores Light Heavyweight Champion.
  • References

    Fabio Tuiach Wikipedia

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