Radzhab Butaev - future Welterweight contender

Discussion in 'Euro Boxing Forum' started by Vyacheslav, Jun 21, 2016.

  1. Vyacheslav

    Vyacheslav European CEO Full Member

    Jun 21, 2016
    He was a very good amateur, excellent in the WSB. I think he is gonna be really good, hes only 22., skilled, punches hard,he actually qualified fr the Olympics but Russia had qualified two boxers in his weight class.

    His last fight vs TyKeem Sadler is on youtube, and plenty of his amateur and WSB fights are on there

    Here's what Di Bella and Fight promotions , who he is signed with had to say about him..

    “Russia and Ukraine have been producing a tremendous amount of talent of late and I am thrilled to be able to introduce and establish Radzhab Butaev as one of the premier Russian prospects to the United States’ boxing public,” said Lou DiBella, President of DiBella Entertainment. “Butaev has unlimited potential and I will work hard to build a path for him toward a world championship. His road to a world title will not be traditional; he is far more advanced than the average up-and-comer. His bout on Saturday will get Brooklyn fans cheering and proud to have this future champion as an adopted resident of their great borough.”
    “Butaev is still only 23 years old, but he already has a wealth of experience that will help to accelerate his progress as he embarks on his professional career,” said Max Alperovich, of Fight Promotions Inc. “I know that together with Lou DiBella, we will bring Butaev the best opportunities to make a name for himself among the elite of the welterweight division.
  2. Pop It Off

    Pop It Off Member Full Member

    Jul 15, 2016
    His amateur record was 304-12, and he was 9-1 in the World Series Of Boxing. Defo one to keep a eye on :deal:bbb
  3. British Bulldog

    British Bulldog New Member Full Member

    Aug 7, 2016
    He must be kicking himself after Zamokoys poor performance today,Russia should have chose him over Zamokovoy.
  4. Shabba D

    Shabba D New Member booted Full Member

    Dec 3, 2017
    Future world champ
  5. Always Learning

    Always Learning New Member booted Full Member

    Nov 21, 2019
    He faces Besputin this weekend, both look like top class talents - so Saturday is gonna be very interesting!

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