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Lakva Sim boxer

Lakva Sim image
Status inactive
Division super featherweight
Height 5′ 7½″/171cm
Debut 1995-12-28
Born 1972-03-10
Nationality Mongolia
Residence Ulan-Bator, Mongolia
bouts
26
won
21
lost
4
draw
1
bouts
26
won
21
lost
4
draw
1
Status inactive
Division super featherweight
Height 5′ 7½″/171cm
Debut 1995-12-28
Born 1972-03-10
Nationality Mongolia
Residence Ulan-Bator, Mongolia

Sim was born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. He turned professional in 1995 and won the WBA super featherweight by defeating Takanori Hatakeyama. In that same year he later lost the belt to Jong-Kwon Baek, and in 2002 challenged Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai for the vacant WBA super featherweight title, but lost by decision. He later moved up to lightweight and in 2004 fought Miguel Callist for the vacant WBA lightweight title, winning by TKO. Sim was outboxed and lost his belt in his next fight against Juan Diaz. In 2005, he upset Ebo Elder by a late round TKO.

Sim was born in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. He turned professional in 1995 and won the WBA super featherweight by defeating Takanori Hatakeyama. In that same year he later lost the belt to Jong-Kwon Baek, and in 2002 challenged Yodsanan Sor Nanthachai for the vacant WBA super featherweight title, but lost by decision. He later moved up to lightweight and in 2004 fought Miguel Callist for the vacant WBA lightweight title, winning by TKO. Sim was outboxed and lost his belt in his next fight against Juan Diaz. In 2005, he upset Ebo Elder by a late round TKO.

Date Opponent Last Opponents' Results Place Titles Result
Sept. 16, 2005 Ebo Elder WWWWWW Gwinnett Center, Duluth WIN
Technical knockout
June 18, 2005 Shawn Simmons LLWLWL FedEx Forum, Memphis WIN
Technical knockout
July 17, 2004 Juan Diaz WWWWWW Reliant Center, Houston LOSS
Unanimous decision
April 10, 2004 Miguel Callist WWWWWW Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas WIN
Technical knockout
Dec. 6, 2003 Bert Navarez WLWWWL Gooil Highschool, Seoul WIN
KO
April 12, 2003 Luis Villalta WDWWLL Miccosukee Indian Gaming Resort, Miami WIN
Technical knockout
April 13, 2002 Theera Phongwan WWWWWW Nakhon Ratchasima LOSS
Unanimous decision
Jan. 27, 2002 Hidekazu Matsunobu WWWWWW Bunka Gym, Yokohama WIN
Technical knockout
Aug. 21, 2001 Tetsuya Shinozaki WLWDLL Korakuen Hall WIN
Unanimous decision
March 18, 2001 Seung Ho Yuh WWWDWW Jangchung Gymnasium, Seoul WIN
Unanimous decision
Dec. 24, 2000 Hengky Tobias Olympic Center, Seoul WIN
KO
Jan. 30, 2000 Sang-Sun Park LLL Pohang Indoor Gymnasium, Pohang WIN
KO
Oct. 31, 1999 Jong Kwon Baek WWWWWW Gudeok Gymnasium, Busan LOSS
Split-decision
June 27, 1999 Takanori Hatakeyama WWDWWD Ariake Colosseum WIN
Technical knockout
Jan. 23, 1999 Pascal Kimaru Bruno LLLDLD WIN
KO
Oct. 5, 1998 Arnel Tata Abastas LWLWLL WIN
KO
May 10, 1998 Seung-Yul Hong LL Seongdonggu Hall, Seoul WIN
KO
Feb. 22, 1998 Sang-Sun Park LL Seongdonggu Hall, Seoul WIN
KO
Nov. 30, 1997 Nikolay Kasimov WIN
KO
June 23, 1997 Bong-Chul Kim DWWWWW DRAW
Points
Feb. 1, 1997 Yong Soo Choi WWWWWW Songnam Gymnasium, Seoul World Boxing Association World Super Featherweight

LOSS
Split-decision
Sept. 21, 1996 Gilberto Gonzalez WWWWWW Siam Jusco Shopping Center, Nonthaburi PABA Super Featherweight

WIN
Technical knockout
May 19, 1996 Visan Thummong WWLWLL Mahachai Villa Arena, Samut Sakhon PABA Super Featherweight

WIN
KO
March 23, 1996 Singnum Chuwatana LWLWWW PATA Shopping Center, Huamark, Bangkok PABA Super Featherweight

WIN
Unanimous decision
Feb. 24, 1996 Kap Yong Lee LLLL Indoor Gymnasium, Kangyang PABA Super Featherweight

WIN
KO
Dec. 28, 1995 Max Karamoy W Jakarta vacant PABA Lightweight

WIN
KO