Serafim Todorov

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Name: Serafim Todorov
Birth Name: Serafim Simeonov Todorov
Hometown: Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Birthplace: Peshtera, Bulgaria
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 174cm
Pro Boxer: Record
Amateur Boxer: Record

  • Won the World Amateur Championships in 1991 (Bantamweight), 1993 & 1995 (Featherweight)
  • Won silver in the World Amateur Championships in 1989 (Bantamweight)
  • Won silver in the 1996 Olympics (Featherweight)
  • Was the last man to defeat Floyd Mayweather Jr.
  • Won the European Amateur Championships in 1989, 1991 (Bantamweight), & 1993 (Featherweight)
  • Won silver at the European Amateur Championships in 1996 (Featherweight)
  • Won silver at the World Cup in 1990 (Bantamweight)
  • Won silver at the Goodwill Games in 1990 (Bantamweight)
  • Won gold at the European Junior Championships in 1986 (Light Flyweight)

Olympic results

1988 (as a flyweight)

1992 (as a bantamweight)

1996 (as a featherweight)

Later life

  • In April 2015, The New York Times reported that Todorov was unemployed and living on a pension of 400 euros a month.