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|Height||5 ft 5 1⁄2 in (166 cm)|
|Born||23 June 1998|
Babayurt, Dagestan, Russia
|Wins by KO||3|
Albert Batyrgaziev (born 23 June 1998) is a Russian professional boxer. As an Amateur boxing he competed at the 2019 AIBA World Boxing Championships.
World Championships result
- Round of 32: Defeated Boyan Asenov (Bulgaria) 5–0
- Round of 16: Defeated Mirco Cuello (Argentina) 5–0
- Quarter-finals: Defeated by Lázaro Álvarez (Cuba) 4–1
Batyrgaziev made his professional debut against Armen Ataev on 3 July 2020. Batyrgaziev dominated throughout the bout and at the end of the seventh round, Ataev's corner called an end to the fight to protect their fighter from further damage.Batyrgaziev's second bout as a professional was against Erzhan Turgumbekov on 22 August 2020. Batyrgaziev secured a win in the tenth round after landing a number of heavy punches on his opponent which forced referee, Yury Koptsev to step in and end the bout.
On 29 January 2021, Batyrgaziev fought against Sibusiso Zingange. Batyrgaziev controlled the bout and in the seventh round, dropped his South African opponent with a shot to the liver. Zingange recovered from the knockdown, however Batyrgaziev soon dropped put his opponent on the canvas for a second time which resulted in Zingange‘s corner stopping the bout.
- "Second semi-finalists of AIBA World Boxing Championships". aiba.org. Retrieved 7 June 2021.
- "Madiev-Osipov Ends in Draw, Batyrgaziev Wins Big in Pro Debut". boxingscene.com. Retrieved 7 June 2021.
- "Alexey Papin Knocks Out Ruslan Fayfer in WBC Eliminator". boxingscene.com. Retrieved 7 June 2021.
- "Albert Batyrgaziev, Rustam Tulaganov Get Big Wins in Moscow". boxingscene.com. Retrieved 7 June 2021.
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