WSB Team Final line-up revealed

WSB Team Final line-up revealed

London, Great Britain, April 30, 2012 – With just two days to go now until the World Series of Boxing showpiece Team Final between Dynamo Moscow and Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder gets underway, both teams have arrived in London with their entourages for this season’s title decider. The two strongest teams in the competition are now primed as they face-off this Wednesday 2 May for the WSB Team Champions Trophy at the ExCeL, the venue for this summer’s London 2012 Olympic Games.

This momentous match promises to serve up a classic as these two sensational teams go head-to head during one night of top-quality action. The glamour of the Italian outfit versus the steel of the Russian Franchise as the season reaches its climax.

Ready and raring to go are ten boxers eager to make their mark and engrave their names in boxing folklore. History beckons for the team who comes out on top.

The line-up is a mouth-watering one and is a follows:

54kg – Bantamweight

Vladimir Nikitin (Dynamo Moscow)

WSB Record: 3-1 (3WP)

22 years old

168 cm

Orthodox

Russian

2009, 2010 and 2011 National Championships – Bronze

vs.

Vincenzo Picardi (Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder)

WSB Record: 4-1 (4WP)

28 years old

173 cm

Orthodox

Italian

Beijing 2008 Olympic Games – Bronze

61kg – Lightweight

Adlan Abdurashidov (Dynamo Moscow)

WSB Record: 8-1-1 (6WP / 2TKO / 1TD)

21 years old

174 cm

Orthodox

Russian

2009 European Student Championships – Gold

vs.

Branimir Stankovic (Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder)

WSB Record: 1-1 (1WP)

21 years old

171 cm

Orthodox

Serbian

2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships – Quarter-finals

73kg – Middleweight

Maxim Gazizov (Dynamo Moscow)

WSB Record: 4-1 (4WP)

28 years old

174 cm

Orthodox

Russian

2009 and 2010 National Championships – Silver

vs.

Sergiy Derevyanchenko (Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder)

WSB Record: 11-0 (7WP / 4TKO)

26 years old

174 cm

Orthodox

Ukrainian

2011 WSB World Champion

2009 AIBA World Boxing Championships – Bronze

85kg – Light Heavyweight

Oleksandr Gvozdyk (Dynamo Moscow)

WSB Record: 3-0 (2WP / 1TKO)

25 years old

190 cm

Orthodox

Ukrainian

2011 AIBA World Boxing Championships – Quarter-finals

vs.

Imre Szello (Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder)

WSB Record: 6-1 (5WP / 1KO)

28 years old

184 cm

Orthodox

Hungarian

2011 European Boxing Championships – Bronze

91+kg – Heavyweight

Vitaly Kudukhov (Dynamo Moscow)

WSB Record: 4-1 (2WP / 2TKO)

22 years old

185 cm

Orthodox

Russian

2010 and 2011 National Championships – Bronze

vs.

Clemente Russo (Dolce & Gabbana Milano Thunder)

WSB Record: 13-0 (12WP / 1TKO)

29 years old

180 cm

Orthodox

Italian

2011 WSB World Champion,

2008 Olympic Games – Silver

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