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- Born: March 13, 1991
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- Age: 32
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- Weight: 147 lb
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- Stance: Southpaw
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- Nationality: Kazakhstan
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- Total Rounds: 31
We've witnessed a lot of champions come and go in the boxing world, but few have carried such an impeccable record as Daniyar Yeleussinov. He has emerged as one of the most promising boxers in recent times, without having suffered a single loss in his professional career so far.
Yeleussinov made his professional debut on April 28, 2018, at the age of 27 against Noah Kidd, a fight that he won via a 3rd round knockout. Since then, the Kazakhstani sensation has gone on to win all his fights with a record of 11-0, which includes six knockout wins.
During his brief yet successful career, Yeleussinov has beaten top-notch boxers, namely Julius Indongo, Alan Sanchez, Silverio Ortiz, Reshard Hicks, Marcos Mojica, Matt Doherty, and Noah Kidd. His fights have showcased his exceptional boxing abilities and his ability to control the ring, a testament to his impressive boxing IQ.
One of the most noteworthy fights of his career was against Julius Indongo, a boxer who had created a buzz in the boxing world for his defeated status at the time. Yeleussinov fought smartly and tactically throughout the fight, controlling the pace and creating openings in the defense of Indongo. In the end, Yeleussinov emerged victorious, winning the fight via unanimous decision thereby proving to be one of the biggest scalps in his career.
Yeleussinov's most recent fight was a non-title bout against Juan Hernan Leal on December 18, 2021. Yeleussinov displayed great agility and perseverance, a true embodiment of his boxing persona. He won the fight via 12 round unanimous decision, underlining his dominance in the ring.
Despite being undefeated and having the upper hand in his fights, Yeleussinov has yet to win a world title. Nevertheless, there is no question that he is one of the best boxing talents around, and the day may not be far off until he claims his first world title.
While Yeleussinov has six knockout wins to his name, there is no question that the Kazakhstani possesses a well-rounded skill set, making it difficult for his opponents to find any weakness in his game. Yeleussinov's opponents have found it challenging to crack his rhythm and penetrate his defense, and his superior footwork and hand speed have made him one of the most elusive boxers around.
At the age of 30, Daniyar Yeleussinov has a long way to go in his boxing career. Even if he never loses, he still has a lot to achieve: world titles, big-name fights, and breaking records in his weight class. One thing is for sure, though: Yeleussinov's unique combination of skills, discipline, and determination guarantees that he is a boxer to keep an eye on in the coming years.
All in all, Daniyar Yeleussinov has carved a prominent place for himself in the boxing world, and his record speaks for itself. Each passing day brings him closer to achieving global recognition and fame, but it is his unshakeable will to succeed that makes him one of the most exciting boxers to watch.
Daniyar Yeleussinov Fight Record
|11||Dec 18, 2021||30||Juan Hernan Leal||Win||UD|
|10||Nov 27, 2020||29||Julius Indongo||Win||TKO2|
|9||Dec 20, 2019||28||Alan Sanchez||Win||TKO5|
|8||Sep 13, 2019||28||Reshard Hicks||Win||TKO1|
|7||May 25, 2019||28||Luis Norambuena||Win||UD|
|6||Mar 15, 2019||28||Silverio Ortiz||Win||UD|
|5||Nov 24, 2018||27||Marcos Mojica||Win||TKO3|
|4||Oct 20, 2018||27||Matt Doherty||Win||TKO1|
|3||Aug 4, 2018||27||Gabor Gorbics||Win||PTS|
|2||Jun 6, 2018||27||Zoltan Szabo||Win||PTS|
|1||Apr 28, 2018||27||Noah Kidd||Win||TKO3|