Saturday, January 29, 2022 – 07:59 WIB
VIVA – Not long ago the boxing world was shocked by the sensational appearance of a boxer from Dagestan, Russia named Artur Beterbiev. He is the latest knockout artist in the boxing world, his record is fantastic which is devouring all duels with a KO victory.
Yes, the country of Khabib Nurmagomedov, Russia is indeed constantly bringing up strong figures in the fighting arena. This time it was Beterbiev who spoke in the world of boxing through an impressive performance that was very riveting. The 36-year-old boxer always wins duels by KO/TKO.
Beterbiev has played 17 matches, all his opponents have been shattered helplessly. The last time he made a surprise by defeating a monster from the United States, Marcus Browne, was on December 17, 2021. The duel for the IBF and WBC championship belts lasted for 9 rounds and was won by Beterbiev. The duel that was held in Canada was very interesting.
Brownie, who is a 2012 American Olympic athlete, came with a flashy capital, only losing 1 time out of 25 duels, appearing quite confident. Until the middle of the duel the two were involved in a fierce match, it seemed that Brownie could keep up with Beterbiev and even have the potential to destroy Beterbiev’s crazy 100% record. The 4th round became the climax, Beterbiev suffered a tear in the forehead so that blood was pouring profusely down his face. However, this condition is not an obstacle to defeating the opponent.
He became more violent, 7th round Brownie was knocked down by Beterbiev’s deadly blow. And finally in the 9th round through his combination punch, Brownie was made to fall again and was declared KO. With this win Beterbiev maintained his unblemished winning record.
Furthermore, Beterbiev currently holds the IBF and WBC light heavyweight champion belt since 2017. With this record, Beterbiev is said to be the incarnation of Khabib Nurmagomedov in the boxing world. The Eagle itself has retired from the MMA world with a 29-match unbeaten record. For information, Beterbiev was named the best light heavy boxer version of The Ring and Box Rec magazines in November 2021.