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Alem Begic

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Alem Begic
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Real nameAlem Begic
Height1,81 m
Nationality Germany German
Born7. March 1987
Boxing record
Total fights24
Wins by KO19

Alem Begic (*March 7th, 1987 in Munich, Germany) is a German professional boxer. Currently he holds the IBO International light heavyweight title. He is also the IBF European champion in the same weight division.

Beginnings as a kickboxer and amateur boxer (2002 to 2014)[edit]

In 2002 Alem Begic began his boxing career as a kickboxer at Stekos sportcentre in Munich, Germany. In 2004 he started with amateur boxing. He fought for the clubs TSV 1860 Munich, BSK Seelze and BK Radnik Bijeljina (Premier League Bosnia and Hercegovina). At national and international contests he had 102 fights of which he won 84 (2 ended in a tie).

Career as a professional boxer (since 2014)[edit]

At age 27 Alem Begic began his professional boxing career. On November 22nd, 2014 he won over Stelian Anghelus Voicu in Srebrenica, Bosnia.[1] In Dortmund, Germany, he won over Ukrainian athlete Artem Redko. In June 2018 he won over Serbian athlete Nenad Stankovic by technical knockout and thus the IBF European light heavyweight championship. After a tie in the fight for the WBO intercontinental super middleweight title, Begic won over US-American boxer John Rene on December 10th, 2019, and is thus holding the IBO International light heavyweight championship.[2] His first international title is the greatest success of his career so far. The IBO title fight took place at the Bio-Hotel Stanglwirt in Kitzbühel, where the Klitschko-Brothers also prepared for their fights [3] , and was organised as part of a charity event. Among his sparring partners are multiple world champions Gennadi Golowkin [4] , Felix Sturm and Arthur Abraham.Alem Begic is currently a world ranked and undefeated light heavyweight.[5] [6] He remains undefeated with 24 wins.

Professional Boxing Record[edit]

Year Day Opponent Place Result Type
2014 22. November  Romania Stelian Anghelus Voicu Stadthalle, Srebrenica Win KO
2015 24. January  Bosnia and Herzegovina Goran Risitc Gildehaus, Luechow Win TKO
7. March  Croatia Todor Ilic Markthalle, Wismar Win KO
10. April  Serbia Slobodan Jankovic Kongress und Sportzentrum, Bad Vilbel – Dortelweil Win TKO
18. April  Bosnia and Herzegovina Adil Rusidi Hallensportzentrum, Lahr Win TKO
2. May  Serbia Danijel Smardzi Unterschleißheim Win TKO
16. May  Serbia Nedeljko Cvorvic Kongress und Sportzentrum, Bad Vilbel – Dortelweil Win KO
30. June  Serbia Slobodan Jankovic Unterschleißheim Win TKO
6. September  Bosnia and Herzegovina Zeljko Tomic Markthalle, Wismar Win TKO
30. Oktober  Romania Mihai Macovei Unterschleißheim Win PTP
29. December  Georgia George Aduashvili Antoniushaus, Regensburg Win KO
2016 20. February  Germany Leo Tchoula Koenig Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen Win KO
7. May  Hungary Laszlo Ivanyi Kampfsportcenter, München Win PTS
11. June  Bosnia and Herzegovina Zeljko Bojic KSL Gym, Lahr Win TKO
25. June  Georgia Ramazi Gogichasvili Volkshaus, Zurich Win TKO
17. December  Bosnia and Herzegovina Slavisa Simeunovic Kaserne, Basel Win RTD
2017 1. April  Ukraine Artem Redko Westfalenhalle, Dortmund Win MD
8. July  Georgia Beka Aduashvili Dreifach-Sporthalle, Kempten Win KO
4. November  Georgia Gary Abajyan München Win TKO
30. November  Bosnia and Herzegovina Slavisa Simeunovic Porsche Zentrum Oberösterreich, Linz Win RTD
2018 9. June  Serbia Nenad Stankovic Porsche Zentrum Oberösterreich, Linz Win TKO
2019 9. February  Croatia Bosko Misic Bruno Gehrke Halle, Spandau Win TKO
24. August  Germany Tiran Metz Hotel Stanglwirt, Kitzbühel Draw D
10. December  United States John Rene Hotel Stanglwirt, Kitzbühel Win UD

Personal Life[edit]

Alem Begic has a master‘s degree in architecture and another master‘s degree in real estate economics.

Externel Links[edit]


  1. https://www.sarajevotimes.com/ring-of-fire-another-victory-of-bh-boxer-alem-begic/, Article about Alem Begic, sarajevtimes.com , 3.November 2015
  2. https://www.iboboxing.com/champions.html#INTERNATIONAL_CHAMPIONS,Alem Begic as IBO-International Champion,iboboxing.com,19.1.2020
  3. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/boxing/2017/04/11/wladimir-klitschko-yes-lost-fury-never-felt-beaten-now-will/ , Klitschko preparing at the Stanglwirt Hotel, telegraph.co.uk, 12.April 2017
  4. https://www.ringtv.com/564103-serhii-bohachuks-ko-streak-on-the-line-against-freddy-hernandez-on-sunday/, Tom Löffler speaks about Alem Begic´s sparring with Triple GGG, ringtv.com,18.May 2019
  5. https://www.wboboxing.com/news/boxing-news/wbo-inter-continental-championship-begic-simon-at-hollywood-fight-nights/, Alem Begic Fight for the WBO-Intercontinental Title,wboboxing.com, 11.May 2019
  6. https://www.boxnation.com/boxing-news/top-5-german-boxers-in-history/, Undefeated German Boxer Alem Begic before his WBO-Intercontinental Title Fight ,boxnation.com, 15.May 2019

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