Name: Brian Nielsen
Alias: Super Brian
Birthplace: Korsoer, Denmark
Hometown: Korsoer, Denmark
Height: 6′ 3″ / 191cm
Reach: 77″ / 196cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainers: Poul Duvill, Mike Hall
Manager: Mogens Palle
Brian Nielsen Gallery
Olympic Games results
1992 in Barcelona, Spain. Bronze medalist at Super Heavyweight.
- 1st round bye
- Defeated Jung Seung-Won (South Korea) 16-2
- Defeated Peter Hrivnak (Czechoslovakia) 14-4
- Lost to Roberto Balado (Cuba) 1-15
Other Amateur Achievements
- 1989 European Championships participant in Athens, Greece at Super Heavyweight.
- Lost to Giorgios Tsahakis (Greece) RSC Injury 2
- 1991 European Championships Bronze medalist in Gothenburg, Sweden at Super Heavyweight.
- Defeated Mikael Paavilainen (Sweden) RSC Injury 1
- Lost to Andreas Schnieders (Germany) 9-38
- 1991 World Championships participant in Sydney, Australia at Super Heavyweight.
- Lost to Henryk Zatyka (Poland) 13-19
- 1992 European Olympic Qualifier Gold medalist in Copenhagen, Denmark at Super Heavyweight.
- Defeated Mika Kihlstrom (Finland) 30-18
- Defeated Peter Jaako (Sweden) 34-8
- Defeated Gitas Juskevicius (Soviet Union) Walk Over
- Defeated Peter Hrivnak (Czech Republic) RSC 3
- Amateur history - incomplete
- As a professional Nielsen managed to win and defend the IBO and IBC heavyweight title belts.
- Has a professional record of 8-2 (4 KO) against former or current world titlists.
- Although an accomplished techno DJ and admitted "Monster Truck Junkie", Nielsen is also a bit of an animal lover, being the owner of over 50 golden retrievers.
| IBO Heavyweight Champion
1996 Jan 12 – 1999 Sep