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Paolo Vidoz

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Record 26 (15 ko's) + 10 + 0 = 36
Nick Titanium Jaw
Weight division Heavyweight (unlimited)
Positions in ratings 10 - WBC Heavyweight (May 2007)
14 - WBA Heavyweight (April 2006)
14 - IBF Heavyweight (July 2006)
18 - EBU Heavyweight (August 2010)
Nationality Italy   Italy
Lives & trains Italy   Italy, Gorizia
Born Italy   Italy, Gorizia
Profdebut27 Jan 2001
Birthday21 Aug 1970
Stance Orthodox
Boxrec ID 031253

Records list

# Date Opponent Record Location Result
1118.12.2010 Bulgaria Kubrat Pulev[9-0-0, 5]Germany  Germany, BerlinL UD 8 (8)more...
1026.06.2010 Belarus Alexander Ustinov[20-0-0, 16]Ukraine  Ukraine, OdesaL UD 12 (12)more...
918.12.2009 Poland Albert Sosnowski[44-2-1, 27]United Kingdom  United Kingdom, LondonL UD 12 (12)more...
819.12.2008 United Kingdom Matt Skelton[21-2-0, 18]Italy  Italy, MilanoL RTD 10 (12)more...
704.07.2008 Turkey Sinan Samil Sam[30-4-0, 16]Turkey  Turkey, AnkaraD PTS 12 (12)more...
619.05.2007 Ukraine Vladimir Virchis[22-1-0, 19]Germany  Germany, HamburgL UD 12 (12)more...
515.07.2006 Ukraine Vladimir Virchis[20-1-0, 17]Germany  Germany, HamburgL KO 6 (12)more...
428.01.2006 Germany Cengiz Koc[23-1-0, 15]Germany  Germany, BerlinW UD 12 (12)more...
301.10.2005 United Kingdom Michael Sprott[27-7-0, 14]Germany  Germany, OldenburgW UD 12 (12)more...
211.06.2005 Germany Timo Hoffman[31-3-1, 18]Germany  Germany, KemptenW SD 12 (12)more...
109.10.2004 Russian Federation Nikolay Valuev[37-0-0, 28]Germany  Germany, ErfurtL TKO 9 (12)more...



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Povetkin decisions Firtha 19 Dec 2010 00:39

Povetkin decisions Firtha

Unbeaten heavyweight and Olympic gold medalist Alexander Povetkin (21-0, 15 KOs) won a ten round unanimous decision over Nicolai Firtha (19-8-1, 8 KOs). Povetkin pressed the action the entire fight and was a clear winner, but Firtha was competitive until the end. Scores were 98-92, 100-90, 99-91. After the fight, Povetkin said he suffered a possible broken right hand in round one read more ...
Ustinov Decisions Vidoz in Odessa: Full Undercard Review 27 Jun 2010 23:30

Ustinov Decisions Vidoz in Odessa: Full Undercard Review

Odessa - Towering (6'8'') Russian heavyweight prospect Alexander Ustinov (21-0, 16 KOs) showed some considerable refinement but ultimately failed to impress in his twelve-round unanimous decision over Italian veteran Paolo Vidoz (26-9, 15 KOs) moments ago at Odessa Palace of Sports read more ...
Photos/Weights From Odessa: Ustinov 298.5, Vidoz 269 25 Jun 2010 18:18

Photos/Weights From Odessa: Ustinov 298.5, Vidoz 269

The second boxing tournament of a newly created K2 Ukraine promotional group, led by Klitschko brothers and managed by general director Olexander Krasyuk, is set to go at Sport Palace of Odessa on the northern shores of the Black Sea. This show will be performed tomorrow (starting 7 PM LT), and today a weigh-in has been conducted for the majority of future participants read more ...
Sosnowski new Euro champion 19 Dec 2009 11:33

Sosnowski new Euro champion

Albert “The Dragon” Sosnowski (45-2-1, 27 KOs) is a new European (EBU) heavyweight champion after a workmanlike tactical decision over Italian veteran Paolo Vidoz (26-7, 15 KOs) on Friday night at the famous York Hall in London, England. Sosnowski, who was coming off a memorable draw against Francesco Pianeta and a destruction of Danny Williams, was the busier and quicker pugilist throughout the whole contest read more ...
Skelton wins Euro title! 20 Dec 2008 12:20

Skelton wins Euro title!

Heavyweight Matt Skelton (22-2, 19 KOs) claimed the vacant European heavyweight championship with a ninth round stoppage of former Olympic medalist Paolo Vidoz (25-6, 14 KOs) on Friday night at the famed Palalido, Milan, Lombardia, Italy. Vidoz did not come out for round ten. In other action, jr welterweight Gianluca Branco (42-2-1, 22 KOs) retained his Euro title with a ninth round TKO of Juho Tolppola (21-5-1, 9 KOs) read more ...
Sam, Vidoz battle to draw! 5 Jul 2008 10:51

Sam, Vidoz battle to draw!

Turkish national hero Sinan Samil Sam (31-3-1, 16 KOs) and Paolo Vidoz (25-4-1, 14 KOs) battled to a twelve round draw in a battle for the vacant European heavyweight title on Friday night at the Bueyuek Anadolu Hotel in Ankara, Turkey. Sam pressed the action and landed the heavier shots, but Vidoz' quick hands scored, as well. Sam closed strongly, having his best round in the twelfth. Both fighters had previously held read more ...
Solis denied U.S. visa again! 5 Jun 2008 20:51

Solis denied U.S. visa again!

Originally Arena Box-Promotion had planned to present heavyweight sensation Odlanier Solis in the USA on May 17th, 2008 but the Cuban Olympic gold medallist was denied a visa. Now Arena's attorneys have tried again to get "La Sombra" into the US but the Consulate in Berlin denied the application again. Apparently the US authorities presume the three-time world amateur champion could stay in Miami like his fellow defectors read more ...
Sam-Skelton for EBU belt! 19 Feb 2008 18:57

Sam-Skelton for EBU belt!

The European Boxing Union has officially announced Sinan Samil Sam (29-4-0) and Matt Skelton (21-2-0) as fighting for the vacant European heavyweight championship. Sam previously held the belt from October 2002 until February 2004 when he lost it to Luan Krasniqi. For Skelton it will be his first shot at the EBU title. The Commonwealth champion drew public attention recently with his point loss against WBA champion Ruslan Chagaev read more ...
Virchis retained his title 19 May 2007 22:24

Virchis retained his title

European heavyweight champion Vladimir Virchis (23-1, 19 KOs) retained his title with a twelve round unanimous decision over former titlist Paolo Vidoz (23-4, 12 KOs). Scores were 119-109, 116-112, 117-111 for Virchis, who had knocked out Vidoz in the sixth round of their previous fight read more ...
Sturm, Sidorenko return July 15! 18 May 2006 12:51

Sturm, Sidorenko return July 15!

On July 15, the Color Line Arena should again become a caldron of emotions. After the spectacular ring battles featuring Dariusz Michalczewski and Luan Krasniqi, Hamburg fight fans can gear up for the return of Felix Sturm. On March 11 of this year, the venue housed a huge crowd that saw the current WBA middleweight champion begin his second world title reign by dethroning Maselino Masoe read more ...
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