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Rated at  Featherweight
Losses  2
Martial art  Boxing
Nationality  German
Name  Vitali Tajbert
Division  Lightweight
Wins  22
Role  Boxer
Total fights  24
Wins by KO  6
Height  1.67 m

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Real name  Vitalij Tajbert (Vitalii Taibert)
Born  May 25, 1982 (age 41) Mikhaylovka, Pavlodar Province, Kazakh SSR, USSR (1982-05-25)
Olympic medals  Boxing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Featherweight
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Vitali Tajbert (born May 25, 1982 in Michailovka, Kazakh SSR) is a German former professional boxer who competed from 2005 to 2013. He held the WBC super-featherweight title in 2010 (having held the interim title from 2009 to 2010) and the European Union title in 2008. As an amateur featherweight, he won a silver medal at the 2003 World Championships, a gold medal at the 2004 European Championships, and a bronze medal at the 2004 Olympics,


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Amateur results

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  • 1999 won a bronze medal at the Junior European Championships in Rijeka, Croatia at Bantamweight.
  • 2000 won the gold medal at the Junior World Championships in Budapest at Batamweight.
  • Defeated Yuguang Zhang (China) RSC-2
  • Defeated Yusni Barzaga (Cuba) PTS (27-13)
  • Defeated Yevgeni Kybalyuk (Ukraine) PTS (19-8)
  • Defeated Haruyton Tovmasyan (Armenia) PTS (15-6)
  • Defeated Murat Chrachev (Russia) PTS (23-3)
  • 2001 represented Germany at the 2001 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Belfast at Bantamweight.
  • Lost to Afansy Poskachine (Russia) PTS (9-10)
  • 2002 represented Germany at the European Championships in Perm, Russia. Result was:
  • Lost to Waldemar Cucereanu (Romania) PTS (15-29)
  • 2003 won the silver medal at the 2003 World Amateur Boxing Championships in Bangkok at Featherweight.
  • Defeated Cheng Tong Shou (China) RSCI
  • Defeated Bekzod Chidrov (Uzbekistan) PTS (26-14)
  • Defeated Oleg Jefimovich (Ukraine) PTS (35-19)
  • Defeated Abdusalom Chasanov (Tajikistan) PTS (19-17)
  • Lost to Galib Jafarov (Kazachstan) PTS (35-43)
  • 2004 won the gold medal at the European Championships 2004 in Pula, Croatia at Featherweight.
  • Defeated Sedat Tasci (Turkey) PTS (48-13)
  • Defeated Viorel Simion (Romania) PTS (65-41)
  • Defeated Mikhail Bernadski (Belarus) PTS (45-24)
  • Defeated Khedafi Djelkhir (France) RSCO-3
  • 2004 won a bronze medal representing Germany at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens at Featherweight.
  • Defeated Daniel Brizuela (Argentina) RSCO-3
  • Defeated Khedafi Djelkhir (France) PTS (40-26)
  • Defeated Luis Franco (Cuba) PTS (34-26)
  • Lost to Song Guk Kim (North Korea) PTS (24-29)
  • 2005 won the gold medal at the Military World Championships in Pretoria at Featherweight.
  • Defeated V. Anghel (Romania) PTS (24-5)
  • Defeated Y. Uruzbayev (Kazachstan) PTS (24-12)
  • Defeated Thongtheang Khlongchan (Thailand) PTS (30-28)
  • Defeated Sergej Ignatyev (Russia) PTS (25-14)
  • Personal life

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    Tajbert and his family migrated from Kazakhstan as ethnic Germans to Stuttgart in 1992.



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