Name: Dariusz Michalczewski
Hometown: Gdansk, Poland
Birthplace: Gdansk, Poland
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record
Manager: Klaus-Peter Kohl
Trainer: Fritz Sdunek
- Michalczewski won the WBO light heavyweight title with a 12 round decision over Leeonzer Barber in 1994.
- Defeated reigning IBF, WBA and lineal light heavyweight champion Virgil Hill on June 13, 1997
- Won the WBO cruiserweight title in December 1994, beating Nestor Hipolito Giovannini, before returning to light heavyweight.
- Made 23 successful defenses of his light heavyweight title from 1994-2003.
- He came within one fight of tying Rocky Marciano's career record of 49-0, but lost his 49th fight to Julio Cesar Gonzalez on a split decision in October 2003.
- Michalczewski also defeated Montell Griffin, Richard Hall, Graciano Rocchigiani, and Drake Thadzi.
- In February 2005, after 14 months of inactivity, he returned to challenge Fabrice Tiozzo for the WBA light heavyweight title and lost on a sixth round TKO.
- For years a bout with Roy Jones Jr., was discussed, but never happened due to various reasons. Both parties pointed the fingers towards each other for this.
Amateur Record: 133-15-2 (83 KO's)
- 1986 - European Junior Semi-Finalist in the middleweight division, defeating Fabrice Tiozzo but losing to Ray Close
- 1990 - German National Champion in the light heavyweight division
- 1991 - European Champion in the light heavyweight division
- Has defeated 22 opponents (19 by KO) in World Title fights.
- 21 opponents (18 by KO) for the World Light Heavyweight Title.
- 1 opponent (1 by KO) for the World Cruiserweight Title.
- Has a record of 25-2 (20 KOs) in World Title fights.
- Has a record of 6-2 (3 KO) against former or current world titlists.
| WBO Light Heavyweight Champion
1994 Sep 10 – 2003 Oct 18
Julio Cesar Gonzalez
Nestor Hipolito Giovannini
| WBO Cruiserweight Champion
1994 Dec 17 – 1995 Jan
| WBA Light Heavyweight Champion
1997 Jun 13 – 1997 Jul 1
Lou Del Valle
| IBF Light Heavyweight Champion
1997 Jun 13 – 1997 Jun 16