Sultan-Ahmed Magomedsalihovich Ibragimov is a retired Russian professional boxer of Dagestani descent who competed from 2002 to 2008, and held the WBO heavyweight title from 2007 to 2008. As an amateur he won silver medals at the 2000 Olympics and 2000 European Championships, and bronze at the 2001 World Championships, all in the heavyweight division. Ibragimov is one of six southpaws to become world heavyweight champion: the others being Michael Moorer, Corrie Sanders, Chris Byrd, Ruslan Chagaev, and Charles Martin.
|Real name:||Sultan-Ahmed, Magomedsalihovich, Ibragimov|
|Born:||March 8, 1975, Tlyarata, Dagestan ASSR, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union|
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|Wins by KO:||17|
About Sultan Ibragimov
Southpaw who was WBO Heavyweight Champion from June 2007-February 2008, silver medal as a heavyweight at the European Championships.
He fought in the heavyweight division at the 2000 Summer Olympics as an amateur.
He became only the fifth southpaw heavyweight champion in history.
He is of Avar Dagestani descent.
He won the WBO Heavyweight title by beating Shannon Briggs on February 6, 2007.
Information related to Sultan Ibragimov
- Olympic boxers of Russia
- Avar people
- Russian Muslims
- World heavyweight boxing champions
- Southpaw boxers
- Russian male boxers
- Boxers at the 2000 Summer Olympics
- World Boxing Organization champions
- Olympic silver medalists for Russia
- AIBA World Boxing Championships medalists