Kazakh boxer Daniyar Yeleussinov has improved his position in world rankings
The Kazakh boxer's fourth victory in his career has enabled him to improve his position in the BoxRec welterweight rankings by taking the 224th place.
Kazakh boxer Daniyar Yeleussinov (4-0, 2 KOs) has risen by 39 places in welterweight after his fourth victory as a professional boxer and ranks 224th, Vesti.kz reports.
Yeleussinov met in the bout as part of the boxing event in Boston (USA), with the bout for the vacant WBO welterweight world champion title between American Demetrius Andrade (26-0, 16 KOs) and Namibian Walter Kautondokwa (17-1, 16 KOs) as the event's main card.
His opponent was American boxer Matt Doherty (8-5-1, 4KOs). The bout ended in Yeleussinov's victory by a TKO.
The Kazakh boxer's fourth victory in his career has improved his position in the BoxRec welterweight rankings, now he ranks 224th.
This win by a 27-year-old Daniyar Ueleussinov was the fourth in his professional career and the second early win. The final bout was the second bout held in the USA, other two bouts were held in Great Britain. In turn, a 30-year-old Matt Doherty had his 6th loss with 8 wins (4 KOs) and one draw.
Daniyar Yeleussinov's next bout is scheduled for November 24 in Monte Carlo. The Kazakh boxer will have a bout on the undercard of the boxing event with a cruiserweight bout between former world champion Russian Denis Lebedev (31-2, 23 KOs) and American Mike Wilson (19-0, 8 KOs) as the main card. His next opponent's name has not been announced yet.
Of note, the 27-year-old Kazakh boxer has won his fourth bout in the professional ring as part of the boxing event in TD Garden in Boston (USA).