Name: Kirkor Kirkorov
Birth Name: Kirkor Kirkorian
Birthplace: Varna, Bulgaria
Hometown: Varna, Bulgaria
Height: 5′ 7½″ / 171cm
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- Kirkorov was the Bulgarian representative in the Featherweight class at the 1988 and 1992 Olympic Games.
- Kirkorov also won the 1989 European Championship at Featherweight, defeating Djamel Lifa and Marco Rudolph, on his way to the championship.
- In 1989, he finished second in the World Championship competition in Mosocw, after he was stopped in the 2nd round by Hajmourat Khamatov of the Soviet Union. In 1990, he competed in the Goodwill Games in Seattle, and was defeated on points by Ivan Robinson.
- Kirkorov would then win the 1991 amateur World championship at Featherweight at the 1991 competition in Sydney, Australia.
1988 Olympic Games
- Defeated Diego Drumm (East Germany) 5-0
- Defeated Jamie Pagendam (Canada) walk-over
- Lost to Lee Jae-Hyuk (South Korea) 0-5
1989 World Championships in Moscow, Soviet Union
- Defeated Feyzullah Aydas (Turkey) 5-0
- Defeated Felix Losada Garcia (Spain) 27-4
- Defeated Abdelhak Achik (Morocco) 18-12
- Defeated Jamie Nicholson (Australia) 17-4
- Lost to Ayrat Khamatov (Soviet Union) RSC 3
1991 World Championships in Sydney, Australia
- defeated Zoltan Kalocsai (Hungary) 23-4
- defeated Djamel Lifa (France) 26-9
- defeated Paul Griffin (Ireland) 11-6
- defeated Hocine Soltani (Algeria) 13-11
- defeated Dyuk-Kyu Park (South Korea) 14-14, to win the Featherweight world championship
1992 Olympic Games
- lost to Andreas Tews (Germany)