Alexander Miroshnichenko boxer

Alexander Miroshnichenko boxer
bouts
22
won
21
lost
1
draw
0
Status
inactive
Division
heavyweight
Debut
1990-06-23
Height
6′ 4″/193cm
Reach
-
Age
39
Born
1964-04-26
Death
2003-05-19
Nationality
Kazakhstan

His other accomplishments included silver at the 1989 World Championships, as well as bronze at the 1983 and 1989 European Championships.Aside from his Olympic success, Miroshnichenko had a distinguished amateur career, winning 210 out of 233 bouts, including a win over future world heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis. He won medals in the European Championships and the World Cup, and was a three-time Soviet champion. He trained at the Dynamo sports society.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Result
1993-04-17 Oleg Maskaev Taraz (Zhambyl) LOST
Technical knockout
1993-03-20 Ricky Parkey LLLLLL Philips Halle, Düsseldorf WIN
KO
1992-12-19 Michael Simuwelu WLLWLL WIN
Points
1992-12-03 Samuel M'Bendjob LLWLWW Sportpaleis Ahoy', Rotterdam WIN
Split-decision
1992-10-18 Oleg Ushakov Almaty WIN
Points
1992-10-02 Carlos Pena L Waregem WIN
KO
1992-09-19 Mike Cohen WLWWLL Kassel WIN
KO
1992-08-23 Nurlan Dzhanibekov LLLL Semipalatinsk WIN
KO
1992-08-08 Evgeny Tulenov Rudniy WIN
KO
1992-05-08 Steve Garber WLLLLW Waregem WIN
Technical knockout
1992-02-01 Albert Johnson Holiday Beach Hotel, Willemstad WIN
Technical knockout
1991-12-07 Nurlan Dzhanibekov LL Rudniy WIN
KO
1991-10-28 James Holley LLLLLL Rijnhal, Arnhem WIN
KO
1991-09-26 Nurlan Dzhanibekov L Karaganda WIN
Points
1991-09-04 Viktor Gugochkin LWL Almaty WIN
Technical knockout
1991-07-07 Petr Skok LL Pavlodar WIN
Technical knockout
1991-05-18 Igor Shklaruk Semipalatinsk WIN
Technical knockout
1991-03-17 Vagan Ayvazyan L Sports Complex Oktyabrskiy, Kemerovo WIN
Points
1991-01-16 Viktor Aldoshin W WIN
Technical knockout
1990-10-29 Ross Puritty WLWW Korakuen Hall WIN
Corner retirement
1990-08-20 Juan Hernandez LLLLLL WIN
Points
1990-06-23 Roberto Servin LWLD Korakuen Hall WIN
KO