95-27-2 (53 KO)
Anvar  Boynazarov
Current Rank
#3 Featherweight
Height
175 CM / 5'8"
Nationality
Uzbekistan Uzbekistan
Weightclass
Featherweight
Weight
65 KG / 143 LBS
Social Media
Nickname
None
Age
33

Fighter Stats

Glory Record 4-5-0 (1 KO) Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)
Average Fight Time 08:19 Fight Duration
Knockdown Ratio 4:1 Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed
SLpM 7.34 Strikes Landed per Minute
SApM 12.98 Strikes Absorbed per Minute
Striking Differential -5.64 Difference between SLpM and SApM
Striking Accuracy 40.8 % Proportion of Strikes Landed

Fighter Media

Fighter Record

Result Opponent Event Method Watch
Loss Petch Glory 67: Orlando
Championship Bout
2019-07-05
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Win Abdellah Ezbiri Glory 64: Strasbourg
Superfight
2019-03-09
UD
Win Bailey Sugden Glory 58: Chicago
Featured fight
2018-09-14
SD
Loss Serhii Adamchuk Glory 56: Denver
Featured fight
2018-08-10
UD
Loss Kevin VanNostrand Glory 48: New York
Headline event
2017-12-01
KO
1:06 of Round 1
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Loss Abdellah Ezbiri Glory 47: Lyon
Tournament Final
2017-10-28
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Win Fabio Pinca Glory 47: Lyon
Tournament
2017-10-28
KO
1:50 of Round 2
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Loss Serhii Adamchuk Glory: Dynamite 1
Featured fight
2015-09-19
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Win Giga Chikadze Glory 23: Las Vegas
Superfight
2015-08-07
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Fighter Bio

Twitter Anvar  Boynazarov

Anvar
Boynazarov
4-5-0 (1 KO) Uzbekistan

GLORY 47 KO of the Night

MUAYTHAI WORLD CHAMPION 2013

MUAYTHAI WORLD CHAMPION 2010

Anvar Boynazarov was born and raised in Uzbekistan and got into Muay Thai in his youth. When he got older he moved to Thailand to pursue his training full-time in the home of the art. Boynazarov chased his dream of becoming a champion and achieved it when he won the WMF World Championship in the highly competitive 140lbs weight class.

As well as being a two-time WMF Muay Thai World Champion and five-time Bangla Stadium Champion, Boynazarov has been a finalist in the elite-level Toyota Cup Tournament in Thailand, has fought for Thai Fight and Max Muay Thai, two of Thailand’s top domestic promotions, and is 7-1 in fights at the iconic Lumpinee Stadium.

“Boynazarov has a technical Muay Thai game but is also a powerful puncher, he can stop the fight by KO with one blow. He is a real handful in the ring because he has both excellent technique and plenty of power,” observes Cor Hemmers, GLORY matchmaker and Head of Talent Operations.