In a career spanning 13 years and 1 month, Vyacheslav Senchenko fought 39 times with 37 wins and 2 losses. By his last professional fight on July 17, 2015, Senchenko's boxing record stood at 37-2 (25 KO wins, 2 KO losses).
Vyacheslav Senchenko is a retired Ukrainian professional boxer. He was born in Kremenchuk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union on April 12, 1977. Senchenko made his professional boxing debut at the age of 25 on June 15, 2002. He is a former welterweight world champion. He is 45 years old, and will be turning 46 in 12 days.
|Total Title Wins||1|
|Title-Fight KO Wins||1|
|Losses via KO||2|
|39||Jul 17, 2015||38||Sergei Melis||Win||KO5|
|38||Nov 22, 2014||37||Laszlo Toth||Win||UD|
|37||Jan 24, 2014||36||Vitaliy Charkin||Win||TKO2|
|36||Oct 26, 2013||36||Kell Brook||Loss||TKO4|
|35||Aug 24, 2013||36||Carlos Adán Jerez||Win||TKO4|
|34||Nov 24, 2012||35||Ricky Hatton||Win||KO9|
|33||Apr 29, 2012||35||Paulie Malignaggi||Loss||TKO9|
|32||Aug 26, 2011||34||Marco Antonio Avendaño||Win||TKO6|
|31||Aug 30, 2010||33||Charlie Navarro||Win||UD|
|30||Oct 3, 2009||32||Motoki Sasaki||Win||UD|
|29||Apr 10, 2009||31||Yuriy Nuzhnenko||Win||UD|
|28||Nov 29, 2008||31||Adonisio Francisco Reges||Win||TKO4|
|27||Jul 8, 2008||31||Frederic Klose||Win||UD|
|26||Mar 25, 2008||30||Stuart Elwell||Win||TKO2|
|25||Dec 15, 2007||30||Viktor Sydorenko||Win||TKO3|
|24||Oct 19, 2007||30||Safo Boboradjabov||Win||TKO5|
|23||Aug 21, 2007||30||Zoran Didanovic||Win||KO1|
|22||Apr 17, 2007||30||Volodymyr Khodakovskyy||Win||UD|
|21||Mar 9, 2007||29||Andrey Yeskin||Win||KO6|
|20||Dec 23, 2006||29||Giorgi Ungiadze||Win||UD|
|19||Nov 4, 2006||29||Vincenzo Finzi||Win||KO2|
|18||Jul 21, 2006||29||Stephane Benito||Win||TKO7|
|17||Feb 28, 2006||28||Assan Seksenbayev||Win||UD|
|16||Dec 3, 2005||28||Sergey Zemnevich||Win||UD|
|15||Sep 10, 2005||28||Arthur Nowak||Win||KO2|
|14||Jun 29, 2005||28||Denys Zhyvilo||Win||KO2|
|13||May 22, 2005||28||Oleg Krutko||Win||TKO3|
|12||Jan 14, 2005||27||Brice Faradji||Win||UD|
|11||Sep 22, 2004||27||Cesar Alberto Leiva||Win||UD|
|10||Jun 23, 2004||27||Bagaza Mwambene||Win||TKO4|
|9||Apr 8, 2004||26||Aliaksandr Shnip||Win||RTD3|
|8||Dec 12, 2003||26||Artur Drinaj||Win||KO2|
|7||Sep 12, 2003||26||Evgeny Ershov||Win||KO1|
|6||Jul 1, 2003||26||Batyr Bekov||Win||KO3|
|5||Feb 22, 2003||25||Dzmitri Kashkan||Win||TKO8|
|4||Dec 21, 2002||25||Yuriy Tsybenko||Win||TKO6|
|3||Nov 29, 2002||25||Tigran Saribekyan||Win||TKO1|
|2||Oct 5, 2002||25||Mukhamed Shikov||Win||UD|
|1||Jun 15, 2002||25||Abdumanon Qurbonov||Win||TKO2|
Vyacheslav Senchenko was a welterweight world champion. He has held one world title at welterweight, which was a lineal championship win.
|Weight Division||World Titles Held|
Vyacheslav Senchenko's professional boxing career spanned more than 13 years — from 2002 to 2015.
Senchenko made his professional boxing debut against Abdumanon Qurbonov at the age of 25 on June 15, 2002, defeating Qurbonov via 2nd round TKO. He went on to win 31 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 20 wins via stoppage.
Senchenko had his first world title fight at the age of 31 on April 10, 2009 after 28 professional fights, against Yuriy Nuzhnenko for the welterweight WBA (Regular) (vacant) title. He defeated Nuzhnenko via 12 round unanimous decision to become the welterweight champion of the world.
Senchenko has won one world title at welterweight. For all the details about Senchenko's world title wins and defenses refer to "Vyacheslav Senchenko World Titles".
Some of Senchenko's best fights and notable victories include wins over Ricky Hatton, Marco Antonio Avendaño, Carlos Adán Jerez, Zoran Didanovic, Yuriy Nuzhnenko, Motoki Sasaki, and Stuart Elwell.
Vyacheslav Senchenko had a total of two losses in his professional boxing career — one of them in a title bout and one in a non-title bout. He suffered his first loss against Paulie Malignaggi via 9th round TKO on April 29, 2012, which ended his 32-fight win streak. Both of Senchenko's losses came via stoppage. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Vyacheslav Senchenko's losses".
His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Sergei Melis on July 17, 2015. Senchenko won the fight via 5th round KO. It's been 7 years, 8 months, and 14 days since this fight.
Senchenko retired from professional boxing with a record of 37-2, which included 25 knockout wins and two losses via knockout, and one title win.
Vyacheslav Senchenko fought a total of 39 times during his professional career. These two fights are the highlight of his career.
April 10, 2009: Senchenko wins his first world title by defeating Yuriy Nuzhnenko via 12 round unanimous decision. He is now the WBA (Regular) welterweight world champion.
November 24, 2012: Vyacheslav Senchenko beats Ricky Hatton via 9th round KO.
A 36-year old Vyacheslav Senchenko (34-1, 23 KO) fought an undefeated British boxer Kell Brook, who was 27 years old with a record of 30-0. Brook was on a 30-fight win streak with 20 KO wins. Senchenko was the taller of the two by 3 cms and also had a 3 cm reach advantage.
Senchenko lost to Brook via 4th round TKO.
A 35-year old Vyacheslav Senchenko (32-1, 21 KO) fought British boxer Ricky Hatton, who was 34 years old with a record of 45-2. Hatton was on a one-fight losing streak. Senchenko was the taller of the two by 8 cms and also had a 13 cm reach advantage.
Senchenko defeated Hatton via 9th round KO.
A 35-year old Vyacheslav Senchenko (32-0, 21 KO) faced American boxer Paulie Malignaggi, who was 31 years old with a record of 30-4 in a welterweight title defense fight. Malignaggi was on a three-fight win streak with 6 KO wins. Senchenko was the taller of the two by 5 cms but both had the same reach.
Senchenko lost to Malignaggi via 9th round TKO and lost the WBA welterweight title. He suffers the first loss of his career, and his 32-fight win streak comes to an end.
Senchenko knocked out 25 of his 39 opponents. By his last fight, his KO ratio was at 64.1%. Of his total 37 wins, 25 of them were via KO (67.6%).
Senchenko had two losses. Kell Brook and Paulie Malignaggi are the two boxers who have beaten Senchenko.