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Artem Pashporin
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Born (1993-01-26) January 26, 1993 (age 27)
Bogorodsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Other namesRus Spur
Height1.82 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Weight71 kg (157 lb; 11.2 st)
StyleMuay Thai
Fighting out ofNizhny Novgorod, Russia
TeamPuncher-NN Gym (2005–present)
TrainerMaxim Vinogradov
Years active2005–present
Kickboxing record
By knockout4

Artem Pashporin (born 26 January 1993, Bogorodsk, Russia — Russian professional welterweight fighter and fighter. World Champion W5 (2015), GPRO (2016), intercontinental WKU Champion (2018), World Champion S-1 (2018), European WMC Champion (2018)

Biography and career[edit]

He was born in the city of Bogorodsk, Nizhny Novgorod region. Then, together with his parents, he moved to the city of Nizhny Novgorod. He is wanted to practice martial arts since childhood. He wanted to become a judoist following the example of his father, but due to the absence of coaches in the city at the age of 11 he went to the karate section. Following the trainer Maxim Vinogradov, who participated in muay thai competitions, turned to this kind of martial arts, which soon became his specialty

During one of the fights, he made several cut his opponent's head, after that, in consonance with the last name, he received the nickname “Rus Spur”. In continuation of the theme for the professional ring chose the image of a cowboy..[1]

In parallel with sports, he studied at Nizhny Novgorod State Technical University.

In 2015, Artem Pashporin won the Russian muay thai cup in categories up to 71 kg. In the summer of 2015, Artem went to the bout against muay thai legend Buakau Bachamek, who was win by decision on the basis of three rounds. At the end of the year in Vienna in fights with Alexandre Cosmo (Brazil) and Chris Ngimbé (Congo) Artem won the W5 world title.[2].

In 2016, he became world champion GPRO, in the third round, he forced Itay Gershon (Israil) to refuse to continue the fight.

In 2017 he have lost the title of W5 world champion in the fight with kickboxing legend Giorgio Petrosyan, losing to him on points in a five-round bout.

2018 Artem started with a win by knockout in the second round over Magnus Anderssan (Sweden) at the Battle of Champions-10 tournament, where he represented Russia in the muay thai block. In the next fight, Artem was to fight with Enrik Kehl (Germany) at the ACB KB - 15 tournament, but the fight did not take place for reasons unknown to both sides. Until the end of this year, Artem was able to win three more belts. Intercontinental champion WKU, World champion S-1, European WMC champion. 2018 was the most fruitful in Artem’s career. During the year he scored 5 wins in 5 fights and won 4 belts.


- 2018 European WMC Champion in the weight category up to 69.9 kg

- 2018 World S-1 Champion in the weight category up to 71 kg

- 2018 Intercontinental WKU Champion in the weight category up to 72 kg

- 2018 Winner of the Battle of Champions tournament - 10 in the muay thai block

- 2016 World Gpro Champion in the weight category up to 71 kg

- 2015 World W5 Champion in the weight category up to 71 kg

- 2015 Winner of the muay thai Russian Cup in in the weight category up to 71 kg

Professional record[edit]

37 fight 27 win 10 lose 0 draw


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