Aleksy Kuziemski

Aleksy Kuziemski
Nickname(s) Ali
Rated at Light heavyweight
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Reach 72 in (183 cm)
Nationality Polish
Born (1977-05-09) 9 May 1977
Świecie, Poland
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 28
Wins 23
Wins by KO 7
Losses 5

Aleksy Kuziemski (born 9 May 1977) is a Polish professional boxer and light heavyweight world title challenger.

Amateur career

As an amateur, Kuziemski won a bronze medal at the 2003 World Amateur Boxing Championships in the light heavyweight division, and another bronze at the 2004 European Amateur Boxing Championships. He then participated in the 2004 Summer Olympics, where he lost in the first round of the light heavyweight division to Beibut Shumenov.

Professional career

On 22 August 2009, Kuziemski challenged Jürgen Brähmer for the WBO interim light heavyweight title. Brähmer won by eleventh-round stoppage. On 21 May 2011, Kuziemski challenged Nathan Cleverly for the WBO world light heavyweight title, but was stopped in four rounds.

Professional boxing record

28 fights, 23 wins (7 knockouts), 5 losses[1]
Res. Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Loss 23-5Canada Jean Pascal UD 10 2012-12-14 Canada Montreal
Win 23-4Germany Leo Tchoula TKO 2 (6) 2012-03-10 Poland Łomża
Loss 22-4France Doudou Ngumbu UD 12 2011-11-26 Poland Białystok For vacant WBF Light heavyweight title.
Win 22-3Czech Republic Roman Vanicky TKO 2 (6) 2011-08-05 Poland Częstochowa
Loss 21-3United Kingdom Nathan Cleverly TKO 3 (12) 2011-05-21 United Kingdom London
Win 21-2Latvia Arturs Kulikauskis PTS 6 2011-04-15 Poland Stare Jeżewo
Win 20-2Estonia Dmitri Protkunas TKO 3 (6) 2010-12-19 Poland Białystok
Loss 19-2Russia Dmitry Sukhotsky TKO 6 (12) 2010-10-29 Russia Saint Petersburg
Win 19-1Russia Igor Mikhalkin UD 10 2010-05-22 Germany Rostock Won vacant German International Light heavyweight title.
Win 18-1Germany Lars Buchholz UD 8 2010-03-06 Poland Katowice
Loss 17-1Germany Jürgen Brähmer TKO 11 (12) 2009-11-22 Hungary Budapest For interim WBO Light heavyweight title.
Win 17-0Germany Armin Dollinger TKO 5 (12) 2009-03-07 Germany Dresden
Win 16–0Lithuania Mantas Tarvydas TKO 7 (12) 2008-11-22 Germany Rostock
Win 15–0Latvia Jevgenijs Andrejevs UD 8 2008-05-10 Germany Halle an der Saale
Win 14–0Brazil Peter Venancio UD 12 2007-12-04 Austria Sölden
Win 13–0Argentina Julio Cesar Dominguez TKO 12 (12) 2007-09-15 Germany Rostock
Win 12–0Czech Republic Ladislav Kutil UD 8 2007-06-12 Slovenia Maribor
Win 11–0France Karim Bennama UD 8 2007-02-27 Germany Cuxhaven
Win 10–0Czech Republic Roman Vanicky UD 8 2007-01-27 Germany Düsseldorf
Win 9–0Belarus Sergey Karanevich UD 8) 2006-12-02 Germany Neukölln
Win 8–0Belarus Mahamed Ariphadzhieu MD 8 2006-07-25 Germany Eimsbuettel
Win 7–0France Christopher Robert UD 6 2006-03-07 Germany Cuxhaven
Win 6–0Belarus Artem Solomko UD 6 2006-01-24 Germany Wandsbek
Win 5–0Italy Dario Cichello UD 6 2005-11-15 Germany Göppingen
Win 4–0Serbia Enad Licina UD 6 2005-09-20 Czech Republic Prague
Win 3–0Georgia (country) Alexander Beroshvili UD 4 2005-06-18 Croatia Pula
Win 2–0Czech Republic Radek Seman UD 4 2005-04-19 Austria Bischofshofen
Win 1–0Democratic Republic of the Congo Mayala Mbungi TKO 3 (4) 2005-03-05 Germany Leverkusen Professional debut.


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