Yuri Bessmertny

Yuri Bessmertny
Юрый Бяссмертны
BornYuri Gorbachev
(1987-08-27) August 27, 1987 (age 30)
Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
Native nameЮрый Бяссмертны
Other namesThe Prince
NationalityBelarusian
Height1.82 m (5 ft 11 â„2 in)
Weight73 kg (161 lb; 11.5 st)
Division Middleweight
Super Middleweight
Style Kickboxing, Muay Thai
StanceOrthodox
Fighting out of Minsk, Belarus
TeamChinuk Gym
TrainerAndrei Grydin
Years active2004-present
Kickboxing record
Total57
Wins39
By knockout19
Losses17
Draws1
last updated on: April 5, 2014

Biography

Yuri Gorbachev (Belarusian: Юрый Гарбачоў, given birth to August 27, 1987), better referred to as Yuri Bessmertny (Belarusian: Юрый Бяссмертны), is a Belarusian Muay Thai kickboxer who also competes in the middleweight and super middleweight divisions. After taking on Muay Thai at thirteen years of age, he started his profession in 2004 and increased to prominence by learning to be a five-time nationwide champ at both novice and professional amounts. Having founded himself domestically, then continued to win several Western, intercontinental and globe game titles while fighting mainly in the previous Soviet Union. In 2011, he received the Battle Code Dragon Series competition featuring sixteen best 72.5 kg/160 lb fighters from all over the world to break right into the middleweight top notch.

Early life

Although born simply because Yuri Gorbachev, he battles beneath the surname Bessmertny this means "immortal" in Belarusian. He started exercising Muay Thai at age thirteen on the encouragement of his mom and considers renowned boxer Roy Jones, Jr. an idol of his.

Career

After amassing around seventy bouts in amateur competition, Bessmertny turned professional and quickly became a five-time national champion, 3 x under Oriental tips and double in Muay Thai. Having outgrown the home scene, then began fighting across the previous Soviet Union and became a global champion for the very first time in 2006 when he earned the S-1 name in Poland.He debuted in the K-1 advertising about March 17, 2007, competing in the K-1 East European countries Utmost 2007 eight-man competition in Vilnius, Lithuania. After defeating regional fighter Romualdas Klimavičius on factors in the quarter-finals, he was removed in the semis when he dropped to Moldova's Andrey Vakarash after an expansion round. Several other belts would after that adhere to as Bessmertny got the WAKO Western title as well as the WMF globe name in 2007, the WAKO globe name in 2008, the WAKO Globe Cup in '09 2009, the Globe Kickboxing Federation (WKF) intercontinental name this year 2010 as well as the World Battles of Kick Boxing (WFKB) globe name in 2011.In 2011, Bessmertny was invited to compete in the Combat Code Dragon Series, a sixteen-man -72.5 kg/160 lb competition held throughout European countries that year. On the competition's starting circular in Budapest, Hungary on, may 1, 2011, he outpointed Selmedin Didic to reserve his put in place the quarter-finals where he was compelled to combat Armen Petrosyan double. The pair initial fulfilled in Marseille, France on Oct 15, 2011 with Bessmertny arriving away using a questionable split decision earn. As the Petrosyan camp disputed your choice, a rematch was established for Geneva, Switzerland on November 26, 2011 and Bessmertny place a decisive end towards the bout this time around. Petrosyan arrived aggressive in circular one but was captured with a counter-top punch and knocked down. After defeating the referee's rely, the Italian held up the hostility and was strike using a vicious correct hook again, this time around knocking him out.The semi-finals and the ultimate from the tournament were both held on a single night on Dec 17, 2011 in Debrecen, Hungary. Bessmertny floored regional fighter Norbert Balogh in rounds one and three on the way to a unanimous decision earn in the semis and emerged against Thai superstar Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee in the ultimate. Sudsakorn battled with stamina complications throughout and Bessmertny could pick him aside within the three rounds to consider another unanimous factors victory, getting himself the competition name and $80,000 in award money.Coming from the Combat Code tournament earn, Bessmertny broke in to the top in the world rankings for the very first time in January 2012, putting at #7. In his initial bout being a world-ranked fighter, he got on previous K-1 standout Gago Drago at Thai Boxe Mania in Turin, Italy on Feb 24, 2012. After outstriking Drago for just two rounds, Bessmertny arrived a high start working the 3rd which delivered the Armenian faceplanting unconscious in to the canvas. He was after that expected to encounter Fabio Sicilliani at Oktagon 2012 in Milan, Italy on March 24, 2012 but Sicilliani was changed by Cristian Milea. Bessmertny received via specialized knockout in circular three because of a part stoppage.Bessmertny returned to Battle Code to compete in the 2012 Dragons Series, that was expanded to thirty-two individuals, and took a lackluster factors make an impression on Edvin Erik Kibus in the starting stage in his hometown of Minsk about Apr 14, 2012. He'd struggle to defend his crown, nevertheless, as the advertising held just one single more event prior to going out of business.In his next outing, he fought to a draw with Issam Reghi at La Nuit des Challenges 11 in Lyon, France on June 2, 2012 and, having gone undefeated in the 1st half of the entire year, relocated up to #5 in the world ranks in July 2012.He was scheduled to battle Abraham Roqueñwe in Nitrianska Noc Bojovnikov in Nitra, Slovakia on Oct 27, 2012 but pulled from the fight because of injury. Bessmertny produced his come back against Roberto Cocco at a excess weight of 75 kg/165 lb in another Thai Boxe Mania event in Torino on November 24, 2012 and won by TKO because of a slice in circular two. Despite the fact that the slice was due to an unintentional headbutt, Bessmertny was presented with the win as opposed to the bout becoming produced a no competition. Having not found a earn in the -72.5 kg/160 lb department in eight weeks, Bessmertny dropped from the middleweight world search positions in Dec 2012.Bessmertny took in his second Thai opposition by means of Aikpracha Meenayothin in the semi-finals of the four-man tournament in La Nuit des Titans 2013 in Travels, France on Feb 2, 2013. Although he was bettered in circular one and three, Bessmertny were able to rating a position eight count number in the next which led to the bout getting called a pull and acquiring it into an expansion circular. In the 4th round, nevertheless, Aikpracha was simply an excessive amount of and took your choice.Dropping right down to 70 kg/154 lb, he shed a unanimous decision to Ashihara karate stylist Davit Kiria in Glory 7: Milan in Milan on Apr 20, 2013. In the semi-finals from the -71 kg/156 lb competition at the Tale Fighting Present in Moscow, Russia on, may 25, 2013, he shed to Artur Kyshenko by unanimous decision after a supplementary circular. Bessmertny was to combat in the WKN Big 8 Competition 2013 in Minsk, Belarus on June 3, 2013 and match Dmitry Valent in the quarter-finals nonetheless it dropped through. He rather got on Karim Ghajji at Period Combat 3 in Travels, France on June 15, 2013 and his gradual start was once more his downfall as he dropped by unanimous decision for the 3rd consecutive period. He dropped to Steve Moxon by UD at Kings of Kombat 10 in Melbourne, Australia on Sept 7, 2013. On Oct 11, 2013, Bessmertny was outpointed bt Djimé Coulibaly at Warriors Night time in Issy-les-Moulineaux, France.He end his five-fight losing skid when he defeated Warren Stevelmans by UD at Thai Boxe Mania in Turin, Italy on January 25, 2014. Third ,, he knocked out Abdallah Mabel in circular two at Nitrianska Noc Bojovníkov in Nitra on March 1, 2014. Bessmertny dropped to Andy Souwer via UD at Story 3: Pour Homme in Milan on Apr 5, 2014.

Championships and awards

Kickboxing

Belarusian Kickboxing Belarusian Kickboxing Tournament (3 x) Belarusian Muay Thai Tournament (2 times) Combat Code Combat Code Dragon Series (-72.5 kg/160 lb) 2011 Tournament S-1 S-1 Globe Championship Globe Association of Kickboxing Institutions 2013 W.A.K.O. Pro K-1 Guidelines Middleweight World Champ -75 kg WAKO Western european Championship WAKO Globe Tournament 2009 WAKO Globe Cup Championship Globe Battles of Kick Boxing WFKB Globe Championship Globe Kickboxing Federation WKF Intercontinental -72.3 kg/159.394 lb Tournament Globe Muaythai Federation WMF Globe Championship

Kickboxing record

Kickboxing record 39 wins (19 KOs), 17 deficits, 1 draw Day Result Opponent Event Area Method Round Period 2017-03-25 Get Djibril Ehouo ACB KB 9: Showdown in Paris Paris, France Decision 3 3:00 2017-01-28 Get Alassane SY Thai Boxe Mania 2017 Turin, Italy Decision 3 3:00 2016-12-10 Get Denis Apavalaoie KOK World GP in Moldova Vol. 42 Chisinau, Moldova KO 2 2:29 2016-10-16 Reduction Duoli Chen ACB KB 8: Just The Braves Hoofddorp, Netherlands Decision 3 3:00 2016-06-10 Reduction Walid Haddad A-ONE WGP, Semi Finals Toulon, France Decision 3 3:00 2014-10-23 Reduction Cedric Doumbe A1 WCC Lyon, Semi Finals Lyon, France TKO (slice) 3 2014-05-27 Get Balgobind Ajay Blend Fighter Minsk, Belarus Ext. R. TKO 4 2014-04-05 Reduction Andy Souwer Story 3: Pour Homme Milan, Italy Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2014-03-01 Get Abdallah Mabel Nitrianska Noc Bojovníkov Nitra, Slovakia KO 2 2014-01-25 Get Warren Stevelmans Thai Boxe Mania Turin, Italy Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2013-10-11 Reduction Djimé Coulibaly Warriors Night time Issy-les-Moulineaux, France Decision 3 3:00 2013-09-07 Reduction Steve Moxon Kings of Kombat 10 Melbourne, Australia Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2013-06-15 Reduction Karim Ghajji Period Fight 3 Trips, France Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2013-05-25 Reduction Artur Kyshenko Story Fighting Display, Semi Finals Moscow, Russia Expansion circular decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 2013-04-20 Reduction Davit Kiria Glory 7: Milan Milan, Italy Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2013-03-09 Get Aleksandr Zakharov Monte Carlo Fighting with each other Experts Monte Carlo, Monaco Decision 5 3:00 Wins W.A.K.O. Pro K-1 guidelines middleweight world name -75 kg. 2013-02-02 Reduction Aikpracha Meenayothin La Nuit des Titans 2013, Semi Finals Trips, France Extension circular decision 4 3:00 2012-11-24 Get Roberto Cocco Thai Boxe Mania Turin, Italy TKO (slice) 2 2012-06-02 Pull Issam Reghi La Nuit des Difficulties 11 Lyon, France Pull 5 3:00 2012-04-14 Gain Edvin Erik Kibus Combat Code Dragon Series 2012 Component 2, First Circular Minsk, Belarus Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2012-03-24 Gain Cristian Milea Oktagon 2012 Milan, Italy TKO (part stoppage) 3 2012-02-05 Gain Gago Drago Thai Boxe Mania Turin, Italy KO (correct high kick) 3 2011-12-17 Gain Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee Battle Code Dragon Series 2011 Component 5, Last Debrecen, Hungary Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 Wins the Battle Code Dragon Series (-72.5 kg/160 lb) 2011 Championship. 2011-12-17 Get Norbert Balogh Battle Code Dragon Series 2011 Component 5, Semi Finals Debrecen, Hungary Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2011-11-26 Get Armen Petrosyan Battle Code Rhinos Series 2011 Component 5, One fourth Finals Geneva, Switzerland KO (correct connect) 1 2011-10-15 Get Armen Petrosyan Battle Code Dragon Series 2011 Component 4, One fourth Finals Marseille, France Decision (break up) 3 3:00 2011-05-28 Reduction Amin Choukoud Tatneft Glass 2011 Component 6, Semi Finals Kazan, Russia Decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 2011-05-01 Get Selmedin Didic Battle Code Dragon Series 2011 Component 3, First Circular Budapest, Hungary Decision 3 3:00 2011-02-12 Get Anthony Kane Tatneft Glass 2011 Component 3, One fourth Finals Kazan, Russia Decision (unanimous) 4 3:00 2010-12-30 Get Antoli Hunanyan Heroe's Gate Prague, Czech Republic TKO 5 Wins the WKF Intercontinental -72.3 kg/159.394 lb Tournament. 2009-06-25 Reduction Kumar Zhaliev WBKF Western -76 kg/167 lb Championships, Semi Finals Moscow, Russia Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2009-04-16 Reduction Urunbeck Esenkulov Tatneft Glass 2009 Component 5, Semi Finals Kazan, Russia Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2009-01-31 Get Akhmed Oligov Tatneft Glass 2009 Component 3, One fourth Finals Kazan, Russia KO (ideal hook) 3 2008-11-01 Get Temur Hudoyan Gladiators 2 Ufa, Russia TKO (trim) 4 2008-06-28 Reduction Vladimír Moravčík PROFILIGA Muay Thai VII Banská Bystrica, Slovakia Decision 5 3:00 2007-12-19 Gain Sergey Stoyanov WBKF Euro -76 kg/167 lb Championships, Semi Finals Moscow, Russia KO 1 2007-05-16 Gain Sergey Stoyanov Combat Membership Arabat Moscow, Russia Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 2007-03-17 Reduction Andrey Vakarash K-1 East European countries Potential 2007, Semi Finals Vilnius, Lithuania Expansion circular decision 3 3:00 2007-03-17 Gain Romualdas Klimavičius K-1 East European countries MAX 2007, One fourth Finals Vilnius, Lithuania Decision 3 3:00 2004-11-30 Gain Marat Gereev Russian Muaythai Group Moscow, Russia TKO 5Star:   Gain   Reduction   Pull/No competition   Notes

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