Timur Ibragimov is an Uzbekistani boxer who competed professionally in the heavyweight division, and as an amateur qualified for the 1996 Summer Olympics. He held the WBC's title between 2004–2006, and the WBA's title in 2006. Notable world champions and contenders he faced included Oliver McCall, Kevin Johnson, Terry McGroom, Calvin Brock, Tony Thompson, Timo Hoffmann, Alfred Cole, and Jean Marc-Mormeck.
|Real name:||Timur Ibragimov|
|Born:||January 15, 1975, Urgench, Khorezm, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union|
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|Wins by KO:||16|
About Timur Ibragimov
WBA Pan-African Heavyweight champion, IBA Intercontinental Heavyweight champion, Olympic participant.
He was one of the world's premier amateur boxers in the light heavyweight division.
His 2011 loss to Seth Mitchell marked the first time he had lost by knockout or technical knockout, either as an amateur or as a professional.
His cousin is former WBO Heavyweight Champion Sultan Ibragimov.
He and England's David Haye have both been Heavyweight champions in the World Boxing Association.
Information related to Timur Ibragimov
- Olympic boxers of Uzbekistan
- Boxers at the 1994 Asian Games
- Uzbekistani male boxers
- Asian Games competitors for Uzbekistan
- Boxers at the 1996 Summer Olympics
- Light-heavyweight boxers