Fedor Chudinov

Fedor Chudinov

Date of Birth: 15th September 1987
Class: Super Middleweight
Weight: 167 lbs
Height: 5ft 9.5in (177cm)
Career Achievements

WBA World Super-Middleweight Champion (2015-2016)
Interim WBA World Super-Middleweight Champion (2014)
WBA Fedecaribe Super-Middleweight Champion (2014)

Latest BoxNation Fight

20th February 2016 - MD loss over Felix Sturm

Fedor Chudinov - the Russian assassin

BoxNation first became familiar with the Chudinov name after brother Dmitry fought Chris Eubank Jnr in February 2015 before Fedor took a thrilling split decision win over Felix Sturm in Germany to win the WBA World Super-Middleweight title. The Russian then retained his title with a razor sharp clinical unanimous decision win over Frank Buglioni in September 2015.

Fedor, exactly a year younger than Dmitry, started his professional career with three fights in the US during the second half of 2009.

A second round demolition over Ben McCulloch for the interim WBA World Super-Middleweight title in December 2014 pushed Chudinov to the front of the queue when Carl Froch was stripped of his World title through inactivity.

Felix Sturm had moved up a weight division and the pair met in May where Chudinov got the nod with a split decision victory in Sturm’s back yard.

Fedor Chudinov

The win marked Chudinov’s first World title after just 13 fights, an impressive feat for any fighter.

It’s proved to be the only time Fedor has gone 12 rounds, though he will have gained invaluable experience in doing so against such a wise operator in Sturm.

First defence

'The Machine' successfully defended his WBA World Super-Middleweight crown against England's Frank Buglioni on points.

After a gruelling twelve rounds that was shown LIVE on BoxNation on Saturday 26 September, Chudinov got his arm raised to retain.

Rematch with Sturm

Chudinov came up short in his rematch with Sturm after the German picked up his 5th World Title with a controversial majority decision victory in February 2016.