Mairis Briedis Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Mairis Briedis Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Maris Breedis is a Latvian specialist fighter who initially came into limelight after winning the vacant IBA (International Boxing Association) cruiserweight title in November 2013. He had won this title in November 2014. He won the vacant WBC (World Boxing). Council) the Baltic cruiserweight title in July 2014 and the vacant IBF (International Boxing Federation) inter-continental cruiserweight title in February 2016.

In May 2016, he won the WBC Silver Cruiserweight title and in April 2017 he won the vacant WBC Cruiserweight title. He had won the last substitute title in September 2017. In January 2018, he was crushed by Oleksandr Usyak, having gone unbeaten in 23 progressive fights since the start of his professional career, later losing his WBC cruiserweight title.

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height 6 feet 1 inch
weight 90 kg
Date of birth 13 January 1985
Zodiac sign Capricorn
Husband Julija Breede

In June 2019, he achieved the WBO (World Boxing Organisation) cruiserweight title. In September 2020, he won the last of the World Boxing Super Series (WBSS) in the cruiserweight category, therefore winning the IBF and vacating The Ring cruiserweight title.

He won this title in October 2021. His September 2020 win had also earned him the famous ‘Muhammad Ali Trophy’, which was introduced to the hero of each weight category in each release of WBSS.

He started his business as a full-contact kickboxer during the 2000s. Addressing Latvia in the sport, he won the ‘gold’ decoration at the 2008 Varna Vako (World Association of Kickboxing Organisations) European Championships. He also won the ‘Bronze’ award at the 2005 CZ Waco World Championships and the 2007 Coimbatore Waco World Championships. Such a large number of embellishments came in the assortment of 86 kg.

They progressed to round out the late 2000s and won ‘gold’ decorations at the 2008 Riga Latvian National Championship, the 2009 Jelgava Latvian National Championship and the 2011 Jelgava Latvian National Championship. Such a large number of embellishments came under the heavyweight classification.

In his mid-20s, he also served as a Latvian state police officer in Riga before becoming proficient in 2009, which was 24 years old.
When he won the vacant WBC cruiserweight title in April 2017, he became the main Latvian player to win a world boxing title.

In the same year, he was awarded the ‘Request for the Three Stars’, the highest regular civilian request for exemplary help given to Latvia.
In October 2021, he was named the world’s best dynamic cruiserweight fighter by BoxRec, The Ring and the Transnational Boxing Ranking Board. He was also named the eighth best dynamic fighter, pound for pound, by BoxRec.
As of January 2022, he had won 28 of his 29 specialist seasons. Of these, 20 were achieved through knockouts.

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