Alex Dilmaghani

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Alex Dilmaghani
Statistics
Weight(s)Super featherweight
Height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
NationalityBritish
Born (1991-07-29) 29 July 1991 (age 30)
Redhill, Surrey, England
StanceSouthpaw
Boxing record
Total fights23
Wins19
Wins by KO8
Losses2
Draws1
No contests1

Alex Dilmaghani (born 29 July 1991) is a British professional boxer. He has challenged for once for IBO super featherweight title in 2019 and EBU European Super Feather title in 2020.

Professional career

Dilmaghani made his professional debut in April 2009 in London, United Kingdom defeating Baz Carey in a four-round points victory.[1]

Following the completion of his law degree and inability to secure fights in England, Dilmaghani moved to Mexico City to train under Ignacio Beristáin where he frequently sparred Juan Manuel Márquez. After fighting abroad for several years, Dilmaghani signed with Mick Hennessy and made his ring return to the United Kingdom on 25 May 2019 winning via TKO in round 8 against Martin Parlagi.[2]

In November 2019, Dilmaghani fought for the IBO super featherweight world title against Francisco Fonseca (boxer) which ended in a Draw. The fight reached just under 2 million viewers on Channel 5 (British TV channel) national television.[3] In September 2020, after challenging Samir Ziani for the EBU European Super Feather title, despite being ahead on the judges scorecard going into the last round, Dilmaghani was stopped with 9 seconds left.[4]

Professional boxing record

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No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
23 Loss 19-2-1 Samir Ziani TKO 12, 2:51 5 Sep 2020 Production Park Studios, South Kirkby, England For EBU Super Featherweight Title
22 Draw 19-1-1 Francisco Fonseca (boxer)|Francisco Fonseca MD 12 16 Nov 2019 York Hall, London, England For vacant IBO super featherweight title
21 Win 19-1-0 Martin Parlagi TKO 8, 0:44 25 May 2019 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester, England
20 Win 18-1-0 Cristian Arrazola TKO 1 (8) 20 Oct 2018 Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
19 Win 17-1-0 Andy Almendras RTD 4 (8) 10 Feb 2018 17 Steakhouse, Mississauga, Canada}}
18 Win 16-1-0 Tuomo Eronen UD 8 11 Nov 2017 Powerade Center, Brampton, Canada
17 Win 15-1-0 Ulises Perez Torres TKO 6 (10), 1:01 21 Jul 2017 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
16 Win 14-1-0 Miguel Angel Gonzalez UD 8 20 Apr 2017 Danforth Music Hall, Toronto, Canada
15 Win 13-1-0 Mario Alcivia KO 3 (8) 24 Feb 2017 Auditorio Municipal, Chavinda, Mexico
14 NC 13-1-0 Laramie Carmona NC 1 (6), 1:01 4 Feb 2017 Deerfoot Inn & Casino, Calgary, Canada}}
13 Win 12-1-0 Cecilio Santos UD 6 10 Dec 2016 Montreal Casino, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
12 Win 11-1-0 Juan Miguel Beltran KO 2 (6), 1:19 2 Dec 2016 Club de Veteranos, Sinaloa de Leyva, Mexico
11 Win 10-1-0 Felipe Diaz KO 2 (6), 1:55 30 Apri 2016 Agua Prieta, Mexico
10 Win 9-1-0 Rafael Falcon Estrella UD 10 28 Nov 2015 Matehuala, Mexico
9 Win 8-1-0 Uriel Gonzalez UD 4 23 Aug 2014 Convention Center Surman Villa de las Flores, Coacalco, Mexico
8 Win 7-1-9 Kristian Laight PTS 4 26 Oct 2013 Civic Hall, Trowbridge, England}}
7 Win 6-1-0 Billy Smith PTS 4 30 Nov 2012 Guildhall, Southampton, England

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6 Loss 5-1-0 Mickey Coveney PTS 4 30 Nov 2012 York Hall, London, England}}
5 Win 5-0-0 Johnny Greaves PTS 4 16 Apr 2010 Robin Park Centre, Wigan, England}}
4 Win 4-0-0 Sergejs Rozakmens TKO 4 (6), 1:15 18 Feb 2010 Midland Hotel, Manchester, England}}
3 Win 3-0-0 Jason Nesbitt PTS 4 13 Nov 2009 Fenton Manor Sports Complex, Stoke-on-Trent, England
2 Win 2-0-0 Daniel Thorpe PTS 4 21 Aug 2009 Velodrome, Manchester, England}}
1 Win 1-0-0 Baz Carey PTS 4 23 Apr 2009 The Troxy, Limehouse, England}}

In the media

  

References

  1. "BoxRec: Alex Dilmaghani". boxrec.com. Retrieved 2020-06-18.
  2. Parkinson, Nick (13 November 2019). "How Alex Dilmaghani's unusual boxing career could finally pay off". ESPN. Retrieved 18 June 2020.
  3. "Alex Dilmaghani vs Francisco Fonseca report: draw verdict in absolute cracker". SecondsOut Boxing News. Retrieved 2020-09-12.
  4. "Samir Ziani Stops Alex Dilmaghani To Retain Euro Crown in Thriller". BoxingScene.com. Retrieved 2020-09-12.

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