- 27 years
- AIBA Class
24-year-old Ivan Dychko has been a medal machine over the course of his decorated career, with a list of accolades that would be the envy of many fighters. A bronze and a silver medal from consecutive AIBA World Championships plus a London 2012 Olympic Games bronze represent his most prestigious accomplishments, while silver and gold Asian Games medals, plus an Asian Championships triumph has given him a glittering reputation across the boxing world.
Despite his remarkable form, due to the wonderful success of Croatia’s Filip Hrgovic it took until the recent semi-finals of Season V for Dychko to make his WSB debut, and he made up for lost time by stopping Russia’s Ruslan Shamalov in the second round of their match.
Dychko has power in both fists, and it was a sharp right hand which sent Shamalov down to the canvas and ended the fight. The brutal performance was an excellent display of his fearsome ability, and sent shockwaves through the rest of the WSB Super heavyweight (91+ kg) division.
Away from the ring, the tall Kazakh star enjoys watching classic movies, and spending time with his daughter.
|June 21, 2015||TOIRAC Yoandry||3:0||Win - WP 3:0|
|May 24, 2015||Shamalov Ruslan||0:0||Win - TKO R2 1:28|