Ismayl Sillakh

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Name: Ismayl Sillah
Born: 1985-02-09
Birthplace: Zaporozhye, Ukraine
Hometown: Simi Valley, California, USA
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 6′ 3″   /   191cm
Boxing Record: click

Trainer: Shadeed Suluki
Manager: Ivalyo Gotzev
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Amateur Career

  • Claimed Record: 302-16
  • After qualifying for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Sillakh was disqualified due to having used performance enhancing drugs (PEDs), thus getting a two-year suspension.
  • 2000 (July 12-17) Silver medalist at the European Cadet Championships in Athens, Greece, boxing as a Featherweight (57 kg):
  • 2001 (July 15-25) Gold medalist at the European Cadet Championships in Liverpool, Great Britain, boxing as a Welterweight (67 kg):
  • 2001 (October 11-21) Gold medalist at the World Cadet Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan, boxing as a Welterweight (67 kg):
  • 2002 (April 17-20) Silver Medalist Presidents Cup in Bydgoszcz, Poland, boxing as a Light-Middleweight (71 kg):
  • 2002 (July 26 - August 3) Gold Medalist Balaton Cup in Siofok, Hungary, boxing as a Light-Middleweight (71 kg):
  • 2002 (September 15-22) Quarter-finalist at the World Junior Championships in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, boxing as a Light Middleweight (71 kg):
  • 2003 (February 24-28) Gold Medalist Battle of Stalingard Junior Tournament, in Volgograd, Russia, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2003 (July 12-17) Quarter-finalist at the European Junior Championships in Warsaw, Poland, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2003 (September 25-28) Gold Medalist Black Sea Cup in Sudak, Ukraine, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2004 (June 4-5) Silver medalist at the 4 Nations Friendship Tournament in Saint Petersburg, Russia, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2004 (October 13-17) Gold Medalist Tammer Tournament in Tampere, Finland, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2004 (November 15-20) Gold Medalist Ukrainian National Championships, in Chernigov, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2005 (January 21-23) Gold medalist at the Norway Box Cup in Oslo, Norway, boxing as a Middleweight (75kg):
  • 2005 (April 6-10) Gold Medalist Ukrainian National Championships, in Lutsk, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2005 (July 12-17) competed at the World Cup in Moscow, Russia, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg). His results were:
    • Preliminaries (Ukraine - South Korea) - Defeated Cho Dok Jin (South Korea) RSCO 2
    • Preliminaries (Ukraine - Azerbaijan) - Defeated Javid Taghiev (Azerbaijan) RSCO 3
  • 2005 (November 13-20) Silver Medalist at the World Championships in Mianyang, China, boxing as a Middleweight (75 kg):
  • 2006 (May 2-7) Gold Medalist in Ahmet Comert Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg):
  • 2006 (July 14-23) Silver medalist at the European Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg):
  • 2006 (October 15-21) competed at the World Cup in Baku, Azerbaijan, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg). His results were:
    • Preliminaries (Ukraine - Africa) - Defeated Thabiso Mchunu (South Africa) RSCO
    • Preliminaries (Ukraine - Russia) - Lost to Artur Beterbiev (Russia) KO 2
  • 2006 (December 2) competed at the Duals Ukraine vs. USA in Harvey, USA, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg). His results were:
    • Defeated --- (United States) WO
  • 2007 (April 17-21) Gold medalist at the Klichko Brothers Tournament in Kiev, Ukraine, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg):
  • 2007 (May 9-13) Silver Medalist Ahmet Comert Tournament in Istanbul, Turkey, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg):
  • 2007 (June 7) competed at the Duals Ukraine vs. Cuba in Kiev, Ukraine, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg). His results were:
  • 2007 (July 11-15) Gold Medalist in Makar Mazay Memorial in Mariupol, Ukraine, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg):
  • 2007 (October 23 - November 3) competed at the World Championships in Chicago, USA, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg). His results were:
  • 2008 (February 25 - March 1) Gold medalist at the European Olympic Qualifications in Pescara, Italy, boxing as a Light-Heavyweight (81 kg):
    • Round of 32 - Defeated Elnur Gadirov (Azerbaijan) RSC-OS 2
    • Round of 16 - Defeated Igor Conobeev (Moldova) 34-13
    • Quarterfinal - Defeated Robert Woge (Germany) 25-7
    • Semifinal - Defeated Bahram Muzaffer (Turkey) RET 3
    • Final - Defeated Ramazan Magomedov (Belarus) Walk-Over (Subsequently Sillakh was stripped of the gold medal after testing positive for PEDs, receiving a two-year ban).

Titles Held

  • NABF Light Heavyweight Title (2010- )

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