Dzinziruk, 37-Years-Old, Decides To Retire From Boxing
Former WBO junior middleweight champion Serhiy Dzinziruk (37-2-1, 24 KOs) has decided to retire from boxing. The Ukrainian fighter last fought in January, losing by way of a tenth round technical knockout to American contender Brian Vera. Before that, Dzinziruk had lost his undefeated record, also by knockout, to middleweight king Sergio Martinez and then fought to a draw with Jonathan Gonzalez.
37-year-old Dzinziruk won the WBO title in December of 2005, beating Daniel Santos of Puerto Rico. Over the next few years “Razor” had defended the belt six times.
[QUOTE=ddangerous;13208882]Dzinziruk got States exposure too late in his career. [B]You can tell the guy had some solid skills[/B], but at 37, he is probably making the right decision.[/QUOTE] i couldn'tComment by Derranged on 04-03-2013
[QUOTE=Matty Ice;13206711]Vera took his soul. [SIZE="1"][I]Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android[/I][/SIZE][/QUOTE] I think he realized after getting stopped by a guy like that, its time to quit.Comment by ddangerous on 04-03-2013
Dzinziruk got States exposure too late in his career. You can tell the guy had some solid skills, but at 37, he is probably making the right decision.Comment by Ray Corso on 04-02-2013
WHO? ...................good idea!!Comment by Russian Crushin on 04-02-2013
[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;13207435]I remember people on here hyping him up as another example of how Eastern Europeans were dominating boxing and how we was going to take over the 154 pound division. Things never panned out that way.[/QUOTE] Well he never fought…Post a Comment/View More User Comments (23)