|Native name||Сергей Адамович Ковалёв|
|Born||March 02, 1930, Seredyna-Buda, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union|
|Citizenship||Soviet Union (1930–1991), Russian Federation (1991–present)|
|Alma mater||Moscow State University (1954)|
|Known for||human rights activism with participation in the Action Group for the Defense of Human Rights in the USSR, Moscow Helsinki Group, Memorial and the Moscow branch of Amnesty International|
|Movement||dissident movement in the Soviet Union|
Russian light heavyweight fighter who won the WBA, WBO, and IBF titles. In 2005 and 2007, he won gold medals at the World Military Championships.
In 2000, he took silver at the Russian Junior Championships.
From his debut in 2009 to the conclusion of 2014, he did not lose a single professional fight.
Natalya was the name of the woman he married.
In November 2014, he defeated Boxer Bernard Hopkins to capture the IBF and WBA Light Heavyweight belts.
Monument (company). Amnesty International Prisoners of conscience organized by the Soviet Union. Moscow Helsinki Group. Winner of the Olof Palme award. The democratic choice of Russian politicians. Inspector in Russia. Yabloko politicians. Grand Crosses of the Medal of Merit of the Republic of Poland. Russian political writers. Russian human rights activists. Soviet human rights activists. People from Amnesty International. Terra Mariana Cross Recipients, 3rd place TM_VZ! Russian dissidents. Russian physiologists. Prisoners and captives of the Soviet Union. Russian prisoners and captives. Russian political activists. Recipient of the order Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk. Russian writers of the 20th century TM_VZ! Dissidents of the Soviet Union. Members of the State Duma (Russian Federation)
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Latest information about Sergey Kovalev updated on March 27 2022.