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Krzysztof W%C5%82odarczyk
Krzysztof W?odarczyk
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W?odarczyk in 2011
Statistics
Diablo ("Devil")
Cruiserweight
Height1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Reach191 cm (75 in)
NationalityPolish
Born (1981-09-19) 19 September 1981 (age 38)
Warsaw, Polish People's Republic
StanceOrthodox
Boxing record
Total fights62
Wins57
Wins by KO39
Losses4
Draws1

Krzysztof W?odarczyk (Polish pronunciation: ['kt?f vw?'dartk]; born 19 September 1981) is a Polish professional boxer.[1] He has held a cruiserweight world championship twice, including the IBF title from 2006 to 2007, and the WBC title from 2010 to 2014.

Professional career

W?odarczyk and Francisco Palacios after their fight in 2011. W?odarczyk is posing with the WBC title.

W?odarczyk held the IBF Inter-Continental cruiserweight title during 2001-2002, the Polish International cruiserweight title during 2002-2004, the WBC Youth cruiserweight title during 2003-2004, the World Boxing Foundation cruiserweight title in 2004, the European Union cruiserweight title in 2005, the International Boxing Council cruiserweight title during 2006-2007, the WBC FECARBOX cruiserweight title in 2006 and the IBF cruiserweight title during 2006-2007.[1]

His trainer is Fiodor Lapin.

He won the IBF title on November 25, 2006 with a split decision over Steve Cunningham (19-0, 11KOs) but lost in a rematch on May 26, 2007.

He fought Giacobbe Fragomeni (26-1, 10KOs) on May 16, 2009 for the WBC cruiserweight title. W?odarczyk knocked down his opponent during round 9 but the fight went to a draw, in May 2010 he won a heated rematch by TKO in round 8[2] at the Atlas Arena in ?ód?, Poland.

In September 2010, W?odarczyk defended his title against unsung Jason Robinson. In November 2011, he successfully defended his title against Australian Danny Green (31-4, 27KOs) by TKO in the eleventh round at Challenge Stadium in Western Australia[3]. He also beat undefeated Puerto Rican Francisco Palacios by UD and by SD in 2011/2012[4].

In 2013 he upset undefeated Russian Olympic champion Rakhim Chakhkiev (16-0, 12KOs) after coming off the deck to win by KO in Moscow for his arguably biggest win[5]. On December 6, 2013 Wlodarczyk made his 6th successful title defence when he fought Giacobbe Fragomeni a third time at UIC Pavilion in Chicago[6]. The fight was stopped after round 6 in favour of Wlodarczyk, after a cut over Fragomeni's left eye.

Wlodarczyk lost his WBC cruiserweight title on September 27, 2014 to Grigory Drozd (38-1, 27KOs)[7]. At the Krylatskoe Sport Palace in Moscow, the judges scored the bout 118:109, 119:108, 119:108 all in favour of Drozd.

On 21 October, 2017 Wlodarczyk challenged IBF champion Murat Gassiev (24-0, 18KOs) in the World Boxing Super Series quarter-final bout at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Gassiev delivered a 3rd round KO, connecting with a left to the body dropping Wlodarczyk.

Wlodarczyk notched his 55th career win on 2 June 2018 at the G2A Arena in Rzeszow, when he outboxed Nigeria's Olanrewaju Durodola (27-5, 25KOs) to a unanimous decision[8]. The judges scored the fight 97:93, 97:93 and 98:92 on the third card. It was Wlodarczyk's second victory following his first ever stoppage defeat.

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
62 fights 57 wins 4 losses
By knockout 39 1
By decision 18 3
Draws 1
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
63 Gabon Taylor Mabika 30 Nov 2019 Poland Nosalowy Dwór Hotel, Zakopane, Poland
62 Win 57-4-1 Romania Alexandru Jur UD 10 23 Mar 2019 Poland Hala Sportowa, ?om?a, Poland
61 Win 56-4-1 United States Al Sands KO 2 (10), 1:19 6 Oct 2018 Poland Nosalowy Dwór Hotel, Zakopane, Poland
60 Win 55-4-1 Nigeria Olanrewaju Durodola UD 10 2 Jun 2018 Poland G2A Arena, Rzeszów, Poland
59 Win 54-4-1 Russia Adam Gadajew RTD 2 (8), 3:00 10 Feb 2018 Poland Nysa Hall, Nysa, Poland
58 Loss 53-4-1 Russia Murat Gassiev KO 3 (12), 1:57 21 Oct 2017 United States Prudential Center, Newark, New Jersey, US For IBF cruiserweight title;
World Boxing Super Series: cruiserweight quarter-final
57 Win 53-3-1 Armenia Noel Gevor SD 12 20 May 2017 Poland HWS Arena, Pozna?, Poland
56 Win 52-3-1 Germany Leon Harth UD 12 10 Dec 2016 Poland Hala Orbita, Wroc?aw, Poland Retained IBF Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
55 Win 51-3-1 Germany Kai Kurzawa TKO 4 (12), 2:22 28 May 2016 Poland Arena Szczecin, Szczecin, Poland Won vacant IBF Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
54 Win 50-3-1 Russia Valery Brudov TKO 2 (8), 1:58 4 Mar 2016 Poland MOSiR Hall, Sosnowiec, Poland
53 Loss 49-3-1 Russia Grigory Drozd UD 12 27 Sep 2014 Russia Krylatskoe Sport Palace, Moscow, Russia Lost WBC cruiserweight title
52 Win 49-2-1 Italy Giacobbe Fragomeni RTD 6 (12), 3:00 6 Dec 2013 United States UIC Pavilion, Chicago, Illinois, US Retained WBC cruiserweight title
51 Win 48-2-1 Russia Rakhim Chakhkiev TKO 8 (12), 2:03 21 Jun 2013 Russia Krylatskoe Sport Palace, Moscow, Russia Retained WBC cruiserweight title
50 Win 47-2-1 Puerto Rico Francisco Palacios UD 12 22 Sep 2012 Poland Hala Stulecia, Wroc?aw, Poland Retained WBC cruiserweight title
49 Win 46-2-1 Australia Danny Green TKO 11 (12), 2:15 30 Nov 2011 Australia Challenge Stadium, Mount Claremont, Australia Retained WBC cruiserweight title
48 Win 45-2-1 Puerto Rico Francisco Palacios SD 12 2 Apr 2011 Poland ?uczniczka, Bydgoszcz, Poland Retained WBC cruiserweight title
47 Win 44-2-1 United States Jason Robinson UD 12 25 Sep 2010 Poland Torwar Hall, Warsaw, Poland Retained WBC cruiserweight title
46 Win 43-2-1 Italy Giacobbe Fragomeni TKO 8 (12), 0:44 15 May 2010 Poland Atlas Arena, ?ód?, Poland Won vacant WBC cruiserweight title
45 Win 42-2-1 Bulgaria Konstantin Semerdjiev UD 8 27 Nov 2009 Poland Hala MOSiR, E?k, Poland
44 Draw 41-2-1 Italy Giacobbe Fragomeni SD 12 16 May 2009 Italy Il Gran Teatro, Rome, Italy For WBC cruiserweight title
43 Win 41-2 Hungary Gabor Gyuris KO 1 (8), 1:56 5 Apr 2008 Poland CeSiR, Warka, Poland
42 Win 40-2 Hungary Gabor Halasz TKO 4 (10), 1:30 9 Feb 2008 Poland Hala Sportowo-Widowiskowa "Globus", Lublin, Poland
41 Win 39-2 Ghana Moyoyo Mensah TKO 5 (10), 1:42 15 Dec 2007 Poland Hala Podpromie, Rzeszów, Poland
40 Win 38-2 United States Dominique Alexander KO 1 (12), 2:13 20 Oct 2007 Poland International Expo Center, Warsaw, Poland Won vacant IBC cruiserweight title
39 Loss 37-2 United States Steve Cunningham MD 12 26 May 2007 Poland Spodek, Katowice, Poland Lost IBF cruiserweight title
38 Win 37-1 United States Steve Cunningham SD 12 25 Nov 2006 Poland Torwar Hall, Warsaw, Poland Won vacant IBF cruiserweight title
37 Win 36-1 Romania Mircea Telecan TKO 1 (8), 2:25 1 Jul 2007 Poland KOSiR, Kepno, Poland
36 Win 35-1 United States Imamu Mayfield UD 12 25 Mar 2007 Poland Sports Hall, Siedlce, Poland Won vacant WBC FECARBOX and IBC cruiserweight titles
35 Win 34-1 United States Sebastian Hill UD 6 26 Nov 2005 United States Copernicus Center, Chicago, Illinois, US
34 Win 33-1 Argentina Hector Alfredo Avila KO 6 (10), 2:06 24 Sep 2005 Poland Katowice, Poland
33 Win 32-1 United Kingdom John Keeton TKO 4 (10) 11 Jun 2005 Poland Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland Retained WBC Youth cruiserweight title
32 Win 31-1 Germany Rüdiger May KO 10 (10), 1:30 16 Apr 2005 Poland Bydgoszcz, Poland Won vacant European Union cruiserweight title
31 Win 30-1 France Tefouet Dieudonne KO 8 (12) 19 Feb 2005 Poland OSiR, Wolów, Poland
30 Win 29-1 United States Bryan Blakely TKO 3 (6), 1:38 21 Jan 2005 United States Belvedere Events & Banquets, Elk Grove Village, Illinois, US
29 Win 28-1 Turkey Bruce Oezbek TKO 7 (8) 19 Dec 2004 Poland Rzeszów, Poland
28 Win 27-1 Tanzania Joseph Marwa UD 10 25 Sep 2004 Poland Opole, Poland Retained WBC Youth cruiserweight title
27 Win 26-1 France Alain Simon TKO 6 (12) 5 Jun 2004 Poland D?browa Górnicza, Poland Won vacant WBF (Foundation) cruiserweight title
26 Win 25-1 Slovakia Stefan Stanko TKO 2 (6) 24 Apr 2004 Poland D?browa Górnicza, Poland
25 Win 24-1 Kenya Raymond Ochieng TKO 1 (10), 0:35 27 Mar 2004 Poland MOSiR Hall, Radom, Poland Retained Polish International cruiserweight title
24 Win 23-1 Russia Siarhei Karanevich SD 10 13 Dec 2003 Poland Hala Okr?glak, Opole, Poland Won vacant WBC Youth cruiserweight title
23 Win 22-1 Hungary Attila Huszka TKO 1 24 Oct 2003 Poland Hala Orbita, Wroc?aw, Poland
22 Win 21-1 Brazil Roberto Coelho UD 10 28 Jun 2003 Poland Opole, Poland Retained Polish International cruiserweight title
21 Loss 20-1 Armenia Pavel Melkomyan TD 4 (12), 3:00 26 Apr 2003 Germany Sport- und Kongresshalle, Schwerin, Germany For vacant WBA Inter-Continental cruiserweight title;
Unanimous TD after Melkomian was cut
20 Win 20-0 South Africa Goodman Kwinana KO 5 (8) 15 Feb 2003 Poland MOSiR Hall, Zabrze, Poland
19 Win 19-0 Belgium Ismail Abdoul TKO 12 (12) 23 Nov 2002 Poland Opole, Poland Retained IBF Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
18 Win 18-0 Romania Marian Geroseanu KO 1 (6) 18 Oct 2002 Poland Kozienice, Poland
17 Win 17-0 Belarus Siarhei Krupenich TKO 5 (10) 21 Sep 2002 Poland Stargard, Poland Won vacant Polish International cruiserweight title
16 Win 16-0 Hungary Zoltan Komlosi PTS 6 22 Jun 2002 Poland P?ock, Poland
15 Win 15-0 France Badara M'baye KO 6 (12) 4 May 2002 Poland Hala Ludowa, Wroc?aw, Poland Retained IBF Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
14 Win 14-0 United States Rodney Phillips KO 2 (6) 6 Apr 2002 Poland ?ód?, Poland
13 Win 13-0 Hungary Otto Nemeth TKO 1 (6) 23 Feb 2002 Poland OSiR, W?oc?awek, Poland
12 Win 12-0 Italy Vincenzo Rossitto TKO 10 (12) 7 Dec 2001 Italy Quartucciu, Italy Won vacant IBF Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
11 Win 11-0 Czech Republic Vladislav Druso UD 8 27 Oct 2001 Poland Warsaw, Poland
10 Win 10-0 Hungary Gyorgy Orsola TKO 2 29 Sep 2001 Poland Pozna?, Poland
9 Win 9-0 Hungary Attila Szombathelyi KO 3 30 Jun 2001 Poland Tarnów, Poland
8 Win 8-0 France Rene Janvier UD 8 26 May 2001 Poland Warsaw, Poland
7 Win 7-0 Serbia Radoslav Milutinovic PTS 6 28 Apr 2001 Poland Jaworzno, Poland
6 Win 6-0 Serbia Dusan Pasic TKO 2 31 Mar 2001 Poland ?roda Wielkopolska, Poland
5 Win 5-0 Czech Republic Roman Kaloczai TKO 4 24 Feb 2001 Poland Nowy S?cz, Poland
4 Win 4-0 Czech Republic Roman Nikodem TKO 3 3 Feb 2001 Poland Warsaw, Poland
3 Win 3-0 Czech Republic Robert Bycek KO 1 9 Dec 2000 Poland Katowice, Poland
2 Win 2-0 Slovakia Anton Lascek TKO 2 2 Sep 2000 Poland Chorzów, Poland
1 Win 1-0 Bulgaria Andrei Georgiev KO 2 10 Jun 2000 Poland Elbl?g, Poland

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