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Beibut Shumenov Record

18-2
Total Fights20
Wins18
Losses2
Draws0
No-Contests0
Title Wins3
Title Defenses5
Title-Fight KOs5
KO Wins12
KO Losses0
Beibut Shumenov Record & Stats
Beibut Shumenov's Record
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      What is Beibut Shumenov's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 10 years and seven months, Beibut Shumenov fought 20 times with 18 wins and 2 losses.

      Shumenov retired from professional boxing with a record of 18-2, which included three world-title wins and five successful title defense fights at the light-heavyweight weight division. He had a 60% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 12 of his total 20 fights being knockout wins, five of which were in title fights. Shumenov never lost via knockout.

      His last fight was a 9th round RTD victory over Hizni Altunkaya on July 7, 2018. Shumenov won the cruiserweight WBA (Regular) (vacant) title with this win.

      Some of Shumenov's best fights and notable victories include wins over Tomáš Kovács, William Joppy, Gabriel Campillo, Enrique Ornelas, Danny Santiago, BJ Flores, and Hizni Altunkaya.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      20Jul 7, 201834Hizni AltunkayaWin *RTD9
      19May 21, 201632Junior Anthony WrightWin *TKO10
      18Jul 25, 201531BJ FloresWinUD
      17Dec 13, 201431Bobby Thomas Jr.WinRTD5
      16Apr 19, 201430Bernard HopkinsLoss *SD
      15Dec 14, 201330Tomáš KovácsWin *TKO3
      14Jun 2, 201228Enrique OrnelasWin *UD
      13Jul 29, 201127Danny SantiagoWin *TKO9
      12Jan 8, 201127William JoppyWin *KO6
      11Jul 23, 201026Vyacheslav UzelkovWin *UD
      10Jan 29, 201026Gabriel CampilloWin *SD
      9Aug 15, 200925Gabriel CampilloLoss *MD
      8May 9, 200925Byron MitchellWinTKO4
      7Dec 13, 200825Epifanio MendozaWinUD
      6Aug 2, 200824Montell GriffinWinUD
      5Apr 22, 200824Lavell FingerWinKO1
      4Apr 10, 200824Donnell WigginsWinKO2
      3Mar 21, 200824Shannon MillerWinTKO4
      2Feb 22, 200824Cedric HowardWinKO1
      1Nov 17, 200724Walter EdwardsWinTKO1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Beibut Shumenov is a 40-year old retired Kazakhstani professional boxer. He was born in Shymkent, Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union on August 19, 1983. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 10 years — from 2007 to 2018.

      Shumenov made his professional boxing debut against Walter Edwards at the age of 24 on November 17, 2007, defeating Edwards via 1st round TKO. He went on to win 7 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 5 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 25 on August 15, 2009 after 8 professional fights, against Gabriel Campillo for the WBA title. He lost to Campillo via 12 round majority decision.

      Shumenov has won three world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Shumenov's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Shumenov had a total of two losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a cruiserweight bout against Hizni Altunkaya on July 7, 2018. Shumenov won the fight via 9th round RTD. It's been 5 years, 11 months, and 16 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Shumenov had a total of 10 world-title fights, which includes winning three world titles and five successful title defenses. He won eight of these fights and lost two.

      Title Wins

      Beibut Shumenov fought for world titles in five fights and won three of these fights, two of these victories coming via way of stoppage. In total, he won three belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Jul 7, 2018Hizni AltunkayaCruiserweightWBA (Regular)*RTD
      May 21, 2016Junior Anthony WrightCruiserweightWBA (Regular)*TKO
      Jan 29, 2010Gabriel CampilloLight-heavyweightWBASD
      * Vacant title

      Title Defenses

      Beibut Shumenov had six light-heavyweight world-title defense fights. He won five of them and lost only once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Dec 14, 2013Tomáš KovácsLight-heavyweightWBA (Super)TKO
      Jun 2, 2012Enrique OrnelasLight-heavyweightWBAUD
      Jul 29, 2011Danny SantiagoLight-heavyweightWBATKO
      Jan 8, 2011William JoppyLight-heavyweightWBAKO
      Jul 23, 2010Vyacheslav UzelkovLight-heavyweightWBAUD

      Title Losses

      Beibut Shumenov lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Apr 19, 2014Bernard HopkinsLight-heavyweightWBA (Super)SD

      Highlights

      Shumenov fought a total of 20 times during his professional career, which includes 10 world-title fights at two weight divisions. These five fights are the highlight of his career.

      • August 15, 2009: In his first world-title fight, Beibut Shumenov loses to Gabriel Campillo via 12 round majority decision. He was fighting for the WBA light-heavyweight title.

      • January 29, 2010: Shumenov wins the WBA light-heavyweight title from Gabriel Campillo, by beating Campillo via 12 round split decision.

      • January 8, 2011: Shumenov successfully defends the WBA light-heavyweight title against William Joppy, winning the fight via 6th round KO.

      • December 14, 2013: Shumenov successfully defends the WBA (Super) light-heavyweight title against Tomáš Kovács, winning the fight via 3rd round TKO.

      • July 25, 2015: Beibut Shumenov beats BJ Flores via 12th round unanimous decision.

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