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‘The Hurricane’ Jevgenijs Aleksejevs Rising In Europe!

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‘The Hurricane’ Jevgenijs Aleksejevs Rising In Europe!

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‘The Hurricane’ Jevgenijs Aleksejevs Rising In Europe!

One name has distinguished himself in the center of Europe, where boxing is deeply loved: Jevgenijs Aleksejevs, also known as “The Hurricane.” This Latvian boxer has not only been dominating European ring competition in the welterweight division, but has done so with confidence and skill that has astounded both his supporters and rivals.

In this in-depth exploration of Aleksejevs career, we will journey through his astounding accomplishments, his path to an unbroken record, and the confident victory of the Hurricane that has defined his legacy.

His Early Years

Jevgenijs Aleksejevs was born on the 6th of July, 1993. He had a strong passion for boxing from a very young age. He was drawn to the game’s intensity, discipline, and unique combination of skill and brutality. Soon after, the young Aleksejevs started working out consistently under the guidance of seasoned coaches who recognized his outstanding potential.

He had a never-ending drive for progress during his early years in the ring. Aleksejevs earned the nickname “The Hurricane” for his exceptional display of speed, agility, and punching force. It was more than simply a nickname; it predicted the storm he would cause in the boxing world.

Jevgenijs Victories

Aleksejevs advanced swiftly through the amateur boxing ranks in Latvia. He demonstrated mastery while competing in several national and international events that experts and boxing enthusiasts found impressive. This significantly impacted his performance, preparing him to move to the professional ranks.

On the 28th of September, 2013, Aleksejevs faced Mareks Kovalevskis in a matchup at Club Rigas Rings in Riga. The fight ended quickly, with Aleksejevs securing a knockout victory just 1 minute and 46 seconds into the bout.

He continued to secure more victories in Riga, including his Dominant Victory Against Dmitrijs Savenko in 2014 (where he secured a knockout victory in just 1 minute and 56 seconds ), his Early Knockout Win Over Nikita Mateuss in February 2016 (he secured this victory in a minute and 3 seconds into the fight), Jurijs Kozlovs in 2016.

On the 22nd of April, 2017, in the Olympic Sports Centre in Riga, Latvia, Aleksejevs took on Valerijs Mikalausks in front of a home crowd. The judges gave Aleksejevs victories by scores of 59-56, 59-57, and 58-57, respectively, establishing his reputation as a hometown hero. He went on to claim many other victories in Riga.

His latest victory, which took place on the 5th of August 2023 at the Hotel Holyday World in Benalmadena, Spain, proved to the world that he is a European Rings conqueror. He faced off against the formidable opponent Dimitri Trenel from France. Aleksejevs stunned the crowd by winning the fight with a knockout punch in the third round. With this triumph, his iconic career gained a new, triumphant chapter.

Final Thoughts

The career-long unbeaten streak of Jevgenijs Aleksejevs is one of his most impressive features. According to Dmitry Rogalchuk, the Head of Content at, Jevganij’s flawless early record is one many young fighters envy, and it is all thanks to years of training, devotion, and fighting some of the sport’s most fearsome opponents. 

He moves to position 300 in the global welterweight rankings with a 14-0 record. His confident victories, unbeaten record, and unwavering dedication have solidified his status as one of Europe’s finest boxers.

While Aleksejevs isn’t on the radar towards a title shot, yet, if Terence Crawford goes ahead and vacates the four undisputed titles to rematch Errol Spence as junor middleweights, then Aleksejevs would have a shot to move up in 2024

Fans worldwide eagerly anticipate this Latvian prospect’s future bouts as he continues to conquer European rings.

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