Zhanibek Alimkhanuly is a professional boxer from Kazakhstan. As of December 2022, he is the holder of the WBO World Middleweight title. He also represented Kazakhstan internationally and in 2013, he won the gold medal for boxing in the middleweight division at the World Championships.

Player Profile and Personal Life

Janibek Alimkhanuly also spelled as Zhanibek Alimkhanuly, was born on April 1, 1993, in Almaty, Kazakhstan stands 182 cm tall. His reach is as long as his height, also 182 cm. He is a southpaw and has a southpaw stance. He resides and fights out of Oxnard, California, USA.

Height / weight 1.83 m / 72 kg
Born 1 Apr 1993
Nationality Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
Playing Style Southpaw
Nickname Qazaq Style

He started boxing when he was six years old. He is also known as an avid reader and enjoys reading about health and nutrition.


Alimkhanuly turned pro in 2016. His first professional fight was against Milton Nunez. It was held at the Almaty Arena. Since then up to December 2022, Alimkhanuly has had 13 professional fights, winning all of them.

He won his first title in April 2019. It was against Cristian Olivas and it gave Alimkhanuly the WBC Continental Americas Middle and the WBO Global Middleweight titles. In August of the same year, he defended this title against Stuart McLellan. In November 2019, he defended his WBC Continental Americas title against Albert Onolunose.

In June 2021, he defended the title again, this time against Rob Brant. In November 2021, he defended both the WBC and his WBO titles against Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam. In May 2022, he won the WBO Interim World Middleweight title by defeating Danny Dignum and in November 2022, he defeated Denzel Bentley and won the WBO World Middleweight title.

Career Record

Total Fights - 13

  • Wins - 13
  • Loss - 0
  • Wins by KO - 8

Medal Record

  • 2013 - World Championships Almaty,Middleweight, Gold
  • 2013 - Asian Championship,Middleweight, Gold

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