Cengiz Koç (born September 9, 1977 in Gronau, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a German heavyweight boxer of Turkish descent who won the bronze medal at the 2000 European amateur championships. He has also won a European championship in amateur kickboxing.

Cengiz Koç
Medal record
Men's amateur boxing
Representing  Germany
European Championships
Bronze medal – third place 2000 Tampere Super heavyweight

AmateurEdit

In Houston at the World championships 1999 he lost on points to eventual runner-up Kazakh Mukhtarkhan Dildabekov. At the European Championships 2000 he scored his biggest result in a third place after losing to Russian Alexei Lezin. At the Olympics he was spectacularly knocked cold in his first match by Cuban giant Alexis Rubalcaba.

ProEdit

He turned pro afterwards but disappointed displaying little power and dedication. He lost to Michael Sprott, Paolo Vidoz and Timo Hoffmann.

TitlesEdit

Professional boxing recordEdit

24 Wins (15 knockouts, 9 decisions), 3 Losses (3 decisions) [1]
Result Record Opponent Type Round Date Location Notes
Win 22-1   Rene Dettweiler MD 8 30/08/2008   Max-Schmeling-Halle, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin 77-75, 77-75, 76-76.
Loss 35-4-1   Timo Hoffmann UD 10 04/11/2006   RWE Rhein-Ruhr Sporthalle, Muelheim, North Rhine-Westphalia 94-97, 91-98, 93-96.
Loss 20-2   Paolo Vidoz UD 12 28/01/2006   Tempodrom, Kreuzberg, Berlin EBU Heavyweight Title. 112-117, 112-116, 112-117.
Win 9-1   Chris Lewallen KO 1 01/10/2005   EWE Arena, Oldenburg, Lower Saxony Lewallen knocked out at 1:42 of the first round.
Win 29-27-1   Marcus Rhode TKO 2 16/07/2005   Nuremberg Arena, Nuremberg, Bavaria Referee stopped the bout at 1:58 of the second round.
Loss 26-7   Michael Sprott SD 10 23/04/2005   Westfalenhallen, Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia EBU Heavyweight Title. 95-96, 92-98, 96-94.
Win 37-5-1   Marcelo Fabian Dominguez UD 8 18/12/2004   Oberfrankenhalle, Bayreuth, Bavaria 77-75, 77-75, 78-74.
Win 7-1   Cerrone Fox TKO 7 23/10/2004   Tempodrom, Kreuzberg, Berlin Referee stopped the bout at 0:27 of the seventh round.
Win 19-8-3   Terry McGroom UD 6 24/07/2004   Brandenburg Halle, Frankfurt, Brandenburg
Win 11-16-1   Ramon Hayes UD 8 17/04/2004   Max-Schmeling-Halle, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin
Win 4-6   Jeff "Big Diesel" Ford KO 3 28/02/2004   Mehrzweckhalle, Dresden, Saxony
Win 3-0   Marcel Zeller UD 6 22/11/2003   Erdgas Arena, Riesa, Saxony
Win 28-13   Thomas "Top Dawg" Williams TKO 3 15/03/2003   Max-Schmeling-Halle, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin
Win 12-4   Wade Lewis KO 4 01/02/2003   Eissportzentrum Chemnitz, Chemnitz, Saxony
Win 6-8   Thierry Guezouli UD 6 16/11/2002   Nuremberg Arena, Nuremberg, Bavaria
Win 9-10   Hein van Bosch TKO 5 28/09/2002   Stadthalle, Zwickau, Saxony
Win 40-11-4   Dirk Wallyn TKO 2 24/08/2002   Arena Leipzig, Leipzig, Saxony
Win 1-3-1   Istvan Kecskes TKO 2 01/06/2002   Nuremberg Arena, Nuremberg, Bavaria
Win 4-3   Marco Heinichen KO 1 27/04/2002   Saxony Arena, Riesa, Saxony
Win 12-2-1   Roman Bugaj SD 6 16/03/2002   Bordelandhalle, Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt
Win 6-2   Peter Boldan KO 1 01/12/2001   Westfalenhallen, Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia
Win 8-10-1   George Chamberlain TKO 2 01/09/2001   Bordelandhalle, Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt
Win 3-5   Anthony Abrams KO 2 09/06/2001   Nuremberg Arena, Nuremberg, Bavaria
Win 9-6   Darrell Morgan UD 4 21/04/2001   Messehalle, Erfurt, Thuringia
Win 0-3   Ergin Solmaz TKO 2 24/03/2001   Bordelandhalle, Magdeburg, Saxony-Anhalt
Win 26-68-9   Nigel Rafferty PTS 4 17/02/2001   York Hall, Bethnal Green, London 40-36.
Win 1-2   James Sealey KO 1 27/01/2001   Saxony Arena, Riesa, Saxony

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "13^ WAKO EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIPS (Results - Low-Kick Men)" (PDF). www.wakoweb.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2011-05-16.

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