Wladimir Klitschko

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Wladimir Klitschko
Wladimir Klitschko
Klitschko in 2017
Native name Володи́мир Кличко́
Birthday/Birthplace (1976-03-25) 25 March 1976
Semipalatinsk (now Semey), Kazakh SSR, Soviet Union (now Kazakhstan)
Lives Where
  • Hamburg, Germany
  • Kiev, Ukraine
  • Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Citizenship Ukrainian
Partner(s) Hayden Panettiere
Kid(s) 1
Boxing career
Nickname(s) Dr. Steelhammer
Weight(s) Heavyweight
Height 1.98 m (6 ft 6 in)
Reach 206 cm (81 in)
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 69
Wins 64
Wins by KO 53
Losses 5
Official Website Official website

Medal record

Men’s amateur boxing
Representing  Ukraine
Olympic Games
1996 Atlanta Super-heavyweight
European Championships
1996 Vejle Super-heavyweight
Junior European Championships
1993 Saloniki Heavyweight
Military World Championships
1995 Ariccia Heavyweight
Junior World Championships
1994 Turkey Heavyweight

Wladimir Klichko (Ukrainian: Володимир Володимирович Кличко, Volodímir Volodimirovich Klichkó, ​​in Russian, Владимир Владимирович Кличко; Semipalátinsk, Kazakhstan, Soviet Union, March 25, 1976) is a former Ukrainian professional boxer of heavy weight. He was the world heavyweight champion of the International Boxing Federation, the World Boxing Organization, the International Boxing Organization, the World Boxing Association, as well as the prestigious American magazine The Ring and one of the best pound for pound. < / p>

His older brother, Vitali Klichkó (born 1971), is a Ukrainian politician (mayor of Kiev) who was previously a boxer and heavyweight world champion.

Wladimir Klitschko’s Biography


In 1993, he won the European Junior Championship as a heavyweight. In 1994, he finished second in the Junior World Championship in Istanbul, Turkey. The following year he won the gold medal in the Military Championship in Ariccia, Italy defeating Luan Krasniqi, before whom he had lost in the third round of the World Championships in Berlin, Germany that same year. In 1996 he was second in the European Heavyweight Championship in Vejle, Denmark. That same year he played the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and defeated Paea Wolfgramm in the final to win the gold in the super-heavy category.


He began to fight professionally in 1996 defeating Fabian Meza by knockout in Hamburg. After this victory, he got a streak of 16 wins and 0 losses to fight for the first time for the title of the World Boxing Council that was vacant. The fight was against Marcus McIntyre in Stuttgart, where Klichko won by a surprising knockout in the third round, thus winning his first title. After exposing the title several times, always with victory, he would face in Kiev against Ross Puritty where the WBC title would be at stake. In the tenth round with an exhausted Vladimir, Ross hit Klichko’s face sending him to the ground and forcing the coach to stop the fight. Ross would conquer the title in what would be the first defeat of the Ukrainian fighter. After three consecutive victories after losing the title he would fight against Joseph Chingangu for the title of the World Boxing Association which would win after a technical knockout in the fifth round. He is the current heavyweight champion of the WBA, FIB and WBO, in addition to the Ring belt as super heavyweight champion.

Klitschko returned to fight in the United States for the first time since 2008 to face contender Bryant Jennings of Philadelphia at Madison Square Garden in New York. Klischko dominated the uneven match before being imposed by decision on April 25. Klitschko, who celebrated his nine years as champion a few days before the fight, successfully defended his title for the 18th time in a row (the third highest mark in heavyweight history) and raised his mark to 25-2 in head-to-head matches, to match the record of the great Joe Louis with the most headline contests fought in heavyweight.

After losing their titles to Tyson Fury in November 2015, the rematch was signed to be played in 2016, but this did not take place due to drug problems from their rival. Fury resigned his titles shortly after Klischkó had to face the undefeated prospect, Anthony Joshua to recover some of their belts; however, he would be defeated by TKO in round 11 of the bout.

On August 3, 2017, he announced his retirement from professional boxing.

Wladimir Klitschko Net Worth – $60 Million

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