Nikola Todorovski

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Nikola Todorovski
Personal information
Born16 February 1995 (1995-02-16) (age 27)
Beograd, Serbia,
Height1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Weight85 kg (187 lb)
Country Serbia
Event(s)Greco-Roman, Freestyle

Nikola Todorovski (Serbian Cyrillic: Никола Тодоровски), born on 16th of February 1995 in Belgrade, is a Serbian professional wrestler. In 2012, by the city of Belgrade and Wrestling Federation of Serbia[1], he was proclaimed the best athlete in the cadet age. In 2017, he was the best senior athlete in wrestling club Crvena Zvezda, and in 2019, the best competitor of Crvena Zvezda. He is also a licensed wrestling judge in Serbia and former coach of youth at Crvena Zvezda wrestling club.

He went to Agricultural High School in Belgrade and graduated at Alfa University as Manager in Sports.

In his career, he trained for Wrestling Club Crvena Zvezda and Radnički[2]. He participated in many competitions, such as Serbian Championship, Serbian Cup, international tournaments, and he won the 1st place in World Grappling Championship, two times.

Sports Career[edit]

  • In 2009, he won 1st place in Central Serbian Championship and 1st place in Serbian Championship Freestyle.
  • In 2010, he won 3rd place in Cup of Serbia and 3rd place in Serbian Championship as a cadet. Also, he won 1st place in Serbian Cup, Serbian Championship, Central Serbian Championship, and Serbian Championship in Freestyle as an older pioneer. He took the 1st place in World Grappling Championship in Petrinje, Croatia.
  • In 2011, in International tournament Trofej Beograda he won 2nd place, and 1st place in International tournament Nikola Vukov, as an older pioneer. He took 2nd place in the Serbian Championship and Serbian Championship Freestyle also as an older pioneer. Also, he won 1st place in Belgrade Championship, Serbian Cup as well as in World Grappling Championship[3] in Tamasi, Hungary. He also won a gold medal at a Regional Championship Greco-Roman wrestling.
  • In 2012, he won 1st place in International League in Zagreb, Croatia, and 1st place on Central Serbian Championship as a cadet.
  • After a little break, Nikola came back, and in 2017, he won 3rd place in Central Serbian Championship[4], and 2nd place in Serbian Grappling Championship. He won 1st team place[5] competing with Crvena Zvezda Wrestling Club in Second Wrestling League of Serbia in Greco-Roman wrestling.
  • In 2018, he won 3rd place in Serbian Championship as a senior.
  • In 2019, he took 2nd place in Serbian Championship in Freestyle as a senior, and also he won 1st team place in Wrestling League of Serbia


  1. "Wrestling list".
  2. "Rvacki klub Radnicki" (PDF).
  3. "Fantastican uspeh srpskog greplinga".
  4. "Rvanje: Spartak najbolji na Prvenstvu države za mlađe seniore".
  5. "First Team place".

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