Sunday, August 1, 2010

Nikolay "Russian Giant" Valuev And His Tiny Wife | March, 18th 2010 | Here’s a guy you don’t ever want to pick a fight with: Nikolay "Russian Giant" Valuev, who, at 7 feet tall, absolutely towers over his opponents (before pummeling them to oblivion).

Nikolay also happens to be the heaviest and tallest heavyweight boxing champion in history.

His British challenger has a mountain to climb, but in fact the Russian giant is a sensitive soul who wooed his wife with love poems and likes a bit of Miss Marple. His wife is tiny [5ft 2in] and they have two small children.

Do you know who is the heaviest and tallest boxing champion in the history?? well he is Nikolay Valuev from Russia. he also known as Russian Giant. although he is a giant but he has a very cute and tiny wife.

Nikolay also happens to be the heaviest and tallest heavyweight boxing champion in history.


* Real name Nikolai Valuev
* Nickname(s) The Beast from the East
* Rated at Heavyweight
* Height 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m)
* Reach 88 in (2.24 m)
* Nationality Russian
* Birth date August 21, 1973 (1973-08-21) (age 36)
* Birth place Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
* Stance Orthodox
* Boxing record
* Total fights 53
* Wins 50
* Wins by KO 34
* Losses 2
* Draws 0
* No contests 1


Valuev was born on August 21, 1973, in Leningrad, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). He is of Russian descent, but he also had a Tatar grandfather. He wooed his wife, Galya, with poetry that he composed himself.[citation needed] He has two young children, daughter Irina and son Grisha (Grigoriy). In his professional boxing career Valuev has been defeated only twice by Ruslan Chagaev and David Haye. Valuev is a Russian Orthodox Christian.During his youth he played water polo and basketball.

Boxing career

After an amateur career where he had a record of 23-0, with 16 knockouts, he became a professional fighter in 1993. His debut bout was against American John Morton, and Valuev beat him by knockout in the second round. In 1999 he took the Russian heavyweight title and in 2000 he won a Pan-Asian title.

Valuev propelled himself into a position to fight for a world title with victories over Bob Mirovic, Otis Tisdale, Paolo Vidoz, Gerald Nobles, Attila Levin, and Clifford Etienne. (Nino Guevara Ruwano)


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