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Artur Kyshenko

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Artur Kyshenko
Born (1986-11-14) November 14, 1986 (age 33)
Odessa, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Native nameАртур Кишенко
Other namesWhite (Білий), Squirrel (Білка)
Height1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Weight77.1 kg (170 lb; 12.14 st)
Super Middleweight
Reach72.0 in (183 cm)
Fighting out ofAmsterdam, Netherlands
TeamKyshenko Gym (2016-present)
TrainerPavel Batrinu
Years active2003–present
Professional boxing record
By knockout0
By knockout0
Kickboxing record
By knockout37
By knockout4
No contests1
Amateur record
By knockout45
last updated on: December 2019

Artur Kyshenko (Ukrainian: Артур Кишенко, born November 14, 1986) is a Ukrainian middleweight kickboxer, fighting out of Kyshenko Gym. He is the 2015 Kunlun Fight 80 kg Tournament World Champion and K-1 World MAX 2008 Finalist.[1]

As of 1 November 2018, he is ranked the #1 welterweight in the world by Combat Press.[2]

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Biography and career

Artur started boxing at age eleven, turning to Kickboxing a year later at the Captain Odessa gym in his home town of Odessa, Ukraine where he was trained by P. A. Batrinu.[3] In 2003, aged just 16, he entered the I.F.M.A. Amateur Muaythai World Championships held in Almaty, Kazakhstan finishing with a bronze medal in the 63.5 kg category. He followed this up the next year by winning a gold medal in the I.F.M.A. European championships and becoming Fighting Arts world champion. He was quickly becoming Ukraine's most promising young fighter and his winning of two national championships in 2005 and 2006 reinforced this view.

It was not until 2006 that Artur became known internationally, making his K-1 MAX debut at the K-1 East Europe MAX 2006 event. Artur won the event in Vilnius, Lithuania in dominating fashion, stopping all three opponents on the night to book his place at a reserve fight at K-1 MAX's premier event.[4] He also won gold on the amateur circuit – this time coming top of the 71 kg at the I.F.M.A. World Championships held in Bangkok, Thailand.[5] He then made an appearance at the K-1 World MAX 2006 Final defeated the wily veteran and multiple world champion Rayen Simson in their reserve match.[6]

2007 was another useful year for Artur who made a number of victorious appearances at K-1 MAX events including an elimination fight win over K-1 MAX Seoul champion Su Hwan Lee at the K-1 World MAX 2007 World Tournament Final Elimination which meant he qualified for the quarter finals stages of the K-1 MAX 2007 final. Artur made the semi finals defeating the hardhitting Mike Zambidis before losing to former champ and Japanese kickboxing legend Masato by KO despite being ahead on the judges score cards early on in the bout.[7] He finished the year by winning gold for the second year in a row at the I.F.M.A World Championships.[8]

Artur returned to K-1 action the next year defeating Jordan Tai and Yasuhiro Kido at elimination fights to make the final 4 in Tokyo. He met reigning MAX champion Andy Souwer in the semi finals outworking the heavily favoured Dutchman to claim an extension round victory and face the previous year's finalist Masato in a rematch. Artur performed excellently in the final bout dropping Masato in the second but as he was unable to press his home his advantage the match went into an extension round which the local fighter won by a unanimous decision[9] – a result some felt should never have gone into an extra round as the Ukrainian may have done enough over three rounds to have claimed victory. He entered the final again the following year destroying Aalviar Lima in the final 16 before losing to Andy Souwer in the quarter finals.

Of recent Artur has been on somewhat of a recent downward spiral with reports of the 5'11 Ukrainian having difficulties making the 70 kg weight limit and a mixed patch of results which saw victories over Murat Direkçi and Marcus Öberg being tempered with defeats to the un-fancied Hinata Watanabe and Mohammed Khamal – the latter costing him a quarter final place at the K-1 World MAX Final 2010. He has also switched gyms, moving from Captain Odessa in the Ukraine to Mike's Gym in Amsterdam at the tail-end of 2010.[10] Kyshenko has been on a roll with his new gym, picking up wins against strong opposition such as Gago Drago and Nieky Holzken.

Even though Kyshenko's stance is mostly orthodox, many claim that due to the recent change of gyms, he is now a dual-stance, as seen in his fight against Gago Drago. (Editor's note: dual-stance meaning he uses both the orthodox and south-paw stance.)[11]

He made short work of Chris Ngimbi in the quarter-finals of the K-1 World MAX 2012 World Championship Tournament Final before outpointing Andy Souwer in the semis, in the fourth match of their rivalry. He was then KO'd by his stable mate Murthel Groenhart in the final in Athens, Greece on December 15, 2012.[12][13]

Kyshenko lost to Abraham Roqueñi via a controversial split decision at Enfusion Live: Barcelona in Barcelona, Spain on March 9, 2012. He also missed the contracted weight of 70 kg/154 lb by 2.5 kg/5.5 lb.[14][15][16]

Kyshenko defeated Denis Makouski via TKO due to injury in round one at K-1 World Grand Prix 2013 in Vilnius, Lithuania on April 27, 2013 to win the KOK -71 kg title.[17][18][19]

He competed in the -71 kg tournament at the Legend Fighting Show in Moscow, Russia on May 25, 2013, facing Yuri Bessmertny in the semi-finals.[20][21] He defeated Yuri Bessmertny via an extra round unanimous decision the semi-finals but was injured in the bout and could not fight in the final, replaced Alim Nabiev.[22][23]

He signed with Glory in November 2013 to compete in their -77 kg/170 lb welterweight division.[24]

At the KOK World Grand Prix 2013 in Magdeburg, Germany on November 23, 2013, Kyshenko dropped Syrian-German journeyman Baker Bakarat with a body kick before winning by a TKO due to a cut in round one.[25][26]

In his promotional debut with Glory, Kyshenko took a unanimous decision over Kenmun at Glory 13: Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan on December 21, 2013.[27]

He knocked out Wen Jindo with a first round high kick at Hero Legends in Jinan, China on December 3, 2014.[28]

He lost to Karapet Karapetyan by unanimous decision on the Glory 14: Zagreb undercard in Zagreb, Croatia on March 8, 2014.[29]

He was scheduled to fight Dzhabar Askerov at Legend 3: Pour Homme in Milan, Italy on April 5, 2014[30] but conceded that he would be unable to make the contracted weight of -71 kg/156 lb and was replaced by his stablemate Murthel Groenhart.[31]




  • 2010 SportAccord Combat Games in Beijing, China
    -71 kg
  • 2007 I.F.M.A. World Muay Thai Championships in Bangkok, Thailand
    -71 kg
  • 2006 I.F.M.A. World Muay Thai Championships in Bangkok, Thailand
    -71 kg
  • 2006 Ukrainian Muay Thai Championships in Odessa, Ukraine
    -71 kg
  • 2005 Ukrainian Muay Thai Championships in Odessa, Ukraine
    -75 kg
  • 2004 I.F.M.A. World Muay Thai Championships in Bangkok, Thailand
    -67 kg
  • 2004 I.F.M.A. European Muay Thai Championships
  • 2003 I.F.M.A. World Muay Thai Championships in Almaty, Kazakhstan
    -63.5 kg

Professional boxing record

Professional record summary
1 fight 1 win 0 losses
By decision 1 0
No. Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
1 Win 1–0 Colombia Beibi Berrocal UD 6 12 Dec 2019 Spain Pabellón de la Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, Spain Professional debut

Professional kickboxing record

Professional Kickboxing Record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Amateur kickboxing record

Amateur Kickboxing Record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also


  1. ^ "Artur Kyshenko Fighters Profile". Retrieved 2007-09-29.
  2. ^ "Combat Press Kickboxing Rankings: November 2018".
  3. ^ "Artur Kyshenko (Biography)". Archived from the original on 2011-07-13. Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  4. ^ "K-1 Lithuania Max 2006 - Tournament Overview - |". Archived from the original on 2012-06-01. Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  5. ^ "IFMA World Champs - Results FYI - International Kickboxer Forum". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  6. ^ "Buakaw Best in World Max Final : NEWS | K-1 OFFICIAL WEBSITE". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  7. ^ "Sweet 'n Souwer K-1 World Max Final - K-1 OFFICIAL WEB SITE". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  8. ^ "Day 8 - FAMA : Federation of Amateur Muaythai of Asia". Archived from the original on 2011-07-26. Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  9. ^ "Masato Wins K-1 World Max '08 Championship". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  10. ^ "Artur Kyshenko has moved to Amsterdam to train at Mike's Gym". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  11. ^ "Kyshenko vs Drago". Retrieved 2011-03-02.
  12. ^ Dave Walsh. "K-1 World MAX Final 8: Tournament Line-up". LiverKick. Retrieved 2016-01-22.
  13. ^ Rian Scalia. "K-1 World MAX 2012 Final Live Results".
  14. ^ Rian Scalia. "Enfusion Live Barcelona Full Fight Card For March 9".
  15. ^ Rian Scalia. "March Madness: Kickboxing Fights to Watch This Month".
  16. ^ Rian Scalia. "Enfusion Live Barcelona Results: Parparyan and Cordoba Draw, Roqueni Beats Kyshenko".
  17. ^ Dave Walsh. "Next K-1 Qualifier in Vilnius on April 27th".
  18. ^ Dave Walsh. "Details on This Weekend's K-1 WGP in Vilnius Show".
  19. ^ "Turyński, Makouski i Beszterda przegrywają w Wilnie". 2013-04-29. Archived from the original on 2016-03-04. Retrieved 2016-01-22.
  20. ^ Dave Walsh. "Mike Zambidis, Dzhabar Askerov, Artur Kyshenko, and Yuri Bessmertny set for 4 Man Tournament in Russia".
  21. ^ Rian Scalia. "Enfusion Live Barcelona Fight Card for this Saturday, March 9: Kyshenko, Roqueni, Parparyan".
  22. ^ Dave Walsh. "Legend Fighting in Russia Full Results".
  23. ^ Fraser Coffeen (25 May 2013). "LEGEND results and gifs: Badr Hari KO'd, Sapp loses again". Bloody Elbow.
  24. ^ "Artur Kyshenko Signs With Glory". Bonus Round Kickboxing.
  25. ^ "Fight Card for this Saturday's KOK World GP 2013". Archived from the original on December 3, 2013. Retrieved November 26, 2013.
  26. ^ "KOK World GP 2013 Results and Recap: Chris Baya wins 8-man tournament". Archived from the original on November 30, 2013. Retrieved November 26, 2013.
  27. ^ Dave Walsh. "GLORY SuperFight Series Tokyo and GLORY 13 Spoilers".
  28. ^ "Hero Legends 2014 Results and Recap". Archived from the original on January 6, 2014. Retrieved January 5, 2014.
  29. ^ "Remy Bonjasky Walks Away With Controversial Decision Over 'Cro Cop' at Glory 14". Sherdog.
  30. ^ Dave Walsh. "Oktagon/LEGEND Event Confirmed for April 5th".
  31. ^ "Artur Kyshenko vs Dzhabar Askerov Fight Cancelled". Archived from the original on March 28, 2014. Retrieved March 27, 2014.
  32. ^ "Video: Artur KYSHENKO wins at KOK WGP 2014".
  33. ^ "KOK GP 2014 Results: Lascenko wins HW Tourney, Kyshenko scores KO". Archived from the original on October 25, 2014. Retrieved October 19, 2014.

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