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Artur Grigorian
Artur Grigorian: interesting and important events of life

Weight Class: Lightweight
Date of Birth: 20.10.1967
Place of Birth: Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Residence: Hamburg
Height: 1,70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Reach: 69 inches
Nationality: Armenian
Marital Status: married to Olga
Children: three daughters
Brothers and Sisters: one brother, one sister
Boxing Idol: Dariusz Michalczewski, Mike Tyson
Career Start: age of 11
Pro Debut: 04.10.1994 for Universum Box-Promotion
Walk-in Music: "We will rock you", Queen
Hobbies: traditional Usbekistan music and dances
Trainer: Fritz Sdunek
Original Profession: Physical Training Instructor
Best Fight: TKO victory 10th round over Giorgio Campanella
Amateur Credentials: 384 fights, 361 wins, 23 losses
Silver medalist at World Championships 1991
Gold Medallist at Goodwill Games 1990
Pro Credentials: International German Champion 1994
WBO Intercontinental Champion 1995
WBO Lightweight Champion since 1996

History
September 15, 2004: Defeated Hungary's Laslo Herzog by technical knock-out in the fourth round
January 3, 2004: Lost his first fight and WBO title in a 12 round unanimous decision to Acelino Freitas of Brazil.
January 18, 2003: Defeated Poland's Matt Zegan on points to defend his title for 17th times
September 14, 2002: Awarded a 12 round unanimous decision over Stephano Zoff of Italy. This is his 17th straight title. Remains unbeaten in 35 fights.
January 5, 2002: Knocked out Mexican Ray Rocky Martinez in the eighth round.
June 16, 2001: Awarded a 12 round unanimous decision over Argentinian Aldo Rios in the twelvth round.
February 24, 2001: Knocked out Spanish Jose Angel Perez in the sixth round.
November 25, 2000: Awarded a 12 round unanimous decision over Columbian Antonio Pitalua in the twelvth round to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
June 23, 2000: Knocked out Hungarian Zoltan Kalocsai in the twelvth round to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
February 19, 2000: Knocked out Italian champion Sandro Casamonica in the ninth round to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
November 27, 1999: Stopped Wilson Galli in the tenth round to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
October 9, 1999: Knocked out Michael Clark in the fifth round to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
March 6, 1999: Awarded a 12 round unanimous decision over Oscar Garcia-Cano of Spain to retain the WBO Lightweight for the seventh time in Luebeck, Germany.
October 24, 1998: Stopped Giorgio Campanella in the tenth round to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
March 14, 1998: Stopped Marco Rudolph in the sixth round in Hamburg.
October 11, 1997: Awarded a 12 round unanimous decision over David Armstrong to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
February 22, 1997: Stopped (TKO) Raul Horacio Balbi in the 11th round.
November 16, 1996: Awarded a 12 round unanimous decision over Marty Jakubowski to retain the WBO Lightweight Championship.
September 21, 1996: Knocked out Gene Reed in the second round to win the WBO Lightweight Championship.
April 13, 1996: Knocked out Antonio Rivera in the twelfth round.
February 10, 1996: Stopped Esteban Perez in the sixth round.
December 2, 1995: Won an eight round decision over Paul Kaoma.
October 7, 1995: Stopped Jean Camaleri in the second round.
September 23, 1995: Stopped Pascal Ragaut in the fourth round.
August 19, 1995: Stopped Angel Aldama in the fifth round.
June 10, 1995: Won a 6 round decision over Carlos Pena-Lopez.
May 20, 1995: Won a 6 round decision over Mark Smith.
April 1, 1995: Stopped Antonio Strabello in the eighth round.
March 11, 1995: Stopped Armando Reyes in the fourth round.
January 28, 1995: Awarded a technical win in the fifth round against Bobby Brewer.
December 17, 1994: Stopped (TKO) Benito Martinez in the fifth round.
December 3, 1994: Stopped (TKO) Jose Cantero in the fourth round.
October 22, 1994: Stopped (TKO) Alberto Alicea in the fifth round.
September 9, 1994: Won an eight round decision over Oscar Palomino.
July 23, 1994: Stopped (TKO) Senturk Ozdemir in the fifth round.
May 28, 1994: Won an eight round decision over Pascal Montulet.
April 23, 1994: Won an eight round decision over Marcelo Rodriguez.
April 10, 1994: Stopped (TKO) Juan Tubbs in the second round.
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