Name: Sven Ottke
Hometown: Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Birthplace: Spandau, Berlin, Germany
Pro Boxer: Record
Manager: Wilfried Sauerland
Trainer: Ulli Wegner
Olympic Games Results:
- Represented Germany as a middleweight at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, reaching the quarter-finals.
- Represented Germany as a middleweight at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, reaching the quarter-finals.
- Represented Germany as a middleweight at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
Other Amateur Highlights:
- Amateur Record: 256 wins, 47 losses, and 5 draws
- 1987 European Championships middleweight participant in Torino, Italy.
- 1989 European Championships middleweight participant in Athens, Greece.
- Lost to Andrei Kurnyavka (Soviet Union) 1-4
- 1989 World Championships Middleweight Bronze Medalist in Moscow, Soviet Union.
- 1990 World Championship Challenge middleweight winner in West Berlin, West Germany.
- Defeated Brian Lentz (Denmark) 44-24
- 1990 Goodwill Games Middleweight Silver Medalist in Seattle, United States.
- 1991 World Championship Challenge middleweight winner in Bangkok, Thailand.
- Defeated Orestes Solano (Cuba) 13-10
- 1991 European Championships Middleweight Gold Medalist in Gothenburg, Sweden.
- 1991 World Championships middleweight participant in Sydney, Australia.
- 1992 World Championship Challenge middleweight participant in Tampa, United States.
- Lost to Alexander Lebziak (Soviet Union) 15-20
- 1993 World Championships middleweight participant in Tampere, Finland.
- 1993 European Championships Light Heavyweight Bronze Medalist in Bursa, Turkey.
- 1994 World Cup Light Heavyweight Silver Medalist in Bangkok, Thailand.
- 1996 European Championships Middleweight Gold Medalist in Vejle, Denmark.
- On December 13, 1997, Ottke won the Bund Deutscher Berufsboxer (German Boxing Commission) Light Heavyweight Championship in his eighth fight.
- On May 30, 1998, Ottke won the World Boxing Council International Light Heavyweight Championship in his eleventh fight.
- On October 24, 1998, Ottke won the International Boxing Federation Super Middleweight Championship in his thirteenth fight.
Ottke would defend the IBF title 21 times, a super middleweight division record he shares with Joe Calzaghe.
- On March 15, 2003, Ottke won the the World Boxing Association Super World Super Middleweight Championship.
- Ottke retired in 2004 with a record of 34-0. Though Ottke retired undefeated, the legitimacy of his record will always be in question due to controversial decisions he received in his home country of Germany against Charles Brewer, Thomas Tate, Glen Johnson, Byron Mitchell, Mads Larsen, and Robin Reid. 
- Ottke was scheduled to make a comeback on May 24, 2008, in a cruiserweight fight against former light heavyweight and cruiserweight champion Dariusz Michalczewski, who also had not fought in several years. However, Michalczewski pulled out of the fight "due to the non-compliance with key contractual elements." Neither boxer ever fought again. 
Career Highlights on YouTube
| IBF Super Middleweight Champion
1998 Oct 24 – 2004 Mar 27
Lost bid for Super Championship
| WBA Super Middleweight Champion
2003 Mar 15 – 2004