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  Date of birth : April 18, 1988  
  Birthplace : Boragangechu, Russie  
  Hometown : Montréal, Québec  
Record : Boxrec.com 10-1-0, 3 KO
  Division : Super bantamweight  
  Weight : 122 lbs  
  Height : 5' 5"  
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  Stance : Orthodox  
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Vislan Dalkhaev is a native of Boragangechu, in the region of Dagestan, Russia.


He fought more than 200 amateur bouts, winning the Russian National Championship in 2009 and a lot of international tournaments in Europe in his journey.

A long term friend of the Olympian Artur Beterbiev, he decided to join him in Quebec in 2014 to start a professional boxing career.

At the beginning, trainer Marc Ramsay was mostly happy to see Beterbiev bring a friend to keep him company in the gym, but soon after, he also discovered a talented and dedicated athlete in Dalkhaev.

In his first pro fight, December 19, 2014, at the Colisée Pepsi in Quebec City, he totally outclassed a bigger and experienced fighter in Hungarian Csaba Toth.

Than on April 4, 2015, at the Colisée Pepsi again, Dalkhaev won a decision against tough Frenchman Adel Hadjouis.

The Chechen fighter stopped a first rival, August 15, 2015, at the Bell Centre, destroying Spanish Saul Tejada in five rounds.

November 11, 2015, at the Vidéotron Centre, the Dagestan born gladiator won an easy six round unanimous decision against Mexican Antonio Olguin.

January 30 at the Bell Centre, Dalkhaev was victorious against the feisty Mexican Alan Salazar.

Since then, he inhaled Mexican Jorge Otocani Reynoso in the opening round, March 17th at the Montreal Casino, before delivering the best performance of his career, June 4th at the Bell Centre, where he beat Mexican veteran Javier Franco by unanimous decision.

Physically strong for a super bantamweight, it will be very interesting to watch the progression of Vislan Dalkhaev in a division where the fighters are fast as lightning!















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