Edward Troyanovsky: Russian Eagle of Professional Boxing

Russian land is rich in athletes who are equally good in several disciplines. One of these universals, who could become a master of sports in boxing and kickboxing at the same time, is Eduard Troyanovsky. About him and talk in more detail in the article.

Brief biographical note

Edward Troyanovsky was born on May 30, 1980 in the city of Omsk, but after a while he and his parents moved to Orel. From an early age, our hero seriously became interested in sports, and at the age of 16 he became a boxer under the leadership of Vladimir Redin. In the period 1999-2001, the young man served in the army, and after being transferred to the reserve he soon became a candidate for the master of sports in boxing. Since 2005, Edward has simultaneously performed in two rings: boxing and kickboxing. As a kickboxer, he became the champion of the CIS, Europe and twice ranked second in the world championship.

Edward Trojanovsky

Career in professional boxing

Debut as a pro for Troyanovsky came in November 2009. In the first duel, he was opposed by the more experienced German Richard Tsvarga, from whom the Russian won a judicial decision. After this fight, Eduard Troyanovsky conducted another 7 successful fights in Germany, which allowed him to go to a fight for the title of European champion. And in December 2010, he defeated Matt Zegan in the fight for the vacant belt of the best boxer of the Old World. Our hero needed only three incomplete rounds to knock out his Polish rival.

Forced break

Becoming the champion of Europe, Edward Troyanovsky was forced to suspend his performances in the ring. All because of the conflict served with the manager, which led to the fact that the champion belt had to pass. Nevertheless, the boxer did not give up and in 2012 he returned to the sport, having signed an agreement with the well-known Russian manager Vladimir Khryunov. After that, the athlete spent two victories for himself and became a contender for the belt champion RAVA, who eventually won and defended three times.

In April 2015, Troyanovsky was able to seize the title of world champion of the low-prestige organization IBO.For this he needed to fight with Hayk Shahnazaryan. The fight did not last the entire distance, as Edward was able to knock out his opponent in the eighth round.

Four months later, Troyanovsky fought with the representative of the Philippines, Ronald Pontillas. And again the victory was celebrated by “Eagle”, knocking out an opponent in the third three-minute.

Edward Trojanov's battle

Unifying battle

The most important fight of Edward Troyanovsky in his life was held on November 4, 2015. On that day, the Russian met with César René Cuenca, who at that time was the IBF world champion.

The fight turned out to be eventful, and Edward was dominant in the ring. However, already in the 6th round an important episode occurred, which decided the fate of the battle. At a rapprochement, the Russian struck a powerful and short blow, and his opponent, having sat down under him, eventually knocked over Troyanovsky. In the process of falling, Edward threw down Cuenca, who later declared that he could not continue the fight because of the injury sustained at the time of the fall. The entire champion team was counting on the disqualification of the Russian fighter, but the judges, after analyzing the situation, made a verdict, on the basis of which Troyanovsky became the new owner of the IBF belt.

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Unexpected failure

In early December 2016, Moscow was waiting for high-end boxing. Edward Troyanovsky had to fight with Namibian native Julius Indongo. All experts, specialists and fans agreed that the Russian should have won the challenger. However, in reality there was a real drama. To great regret for the whole of Russia, “Eagle” lost, with a crushing, shocking knockout already in the first round in the first minute of the battle.

With a sweeping punch, the Namibian clearly hit his Edward’s head with his strongest left hand and sent him to the ring. A weak consolation for the Russians can be a clause in the contract, according to which Julius is obliged to give him a rematch. We hope that the Russian boxer in the future will be able to prove to himself and the public that this is the only defeat at the given moment of time is an accident.

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Edward Troyanovsky: Russian Eagle of professional boxing

Edward Troyanovsky: Russian Eagle of professional boxing

Edward Troyanovsky: Russian Eagle of professional boxing

Edward Troyanovsky: Russian Eagle of professional boxing

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