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Milorad Gajović (born July 27, 1974) is a Montenegrin amateur boxer who qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics as a heavyweight. He has also had some success as an amateur kickboxer.

Milorad Gajović
Personal information
NationalityMontenegro Montenegrin
BornJuly 27, 1974
Niksic, Montenegro


Boxing careerEdit

6 -time Jugoslavija Champion, SCG 81 kg, 91 kg Champion of the 2001 Mediterranean Games . 91 kg . Tunisia Winner of World Cup 2000. 81 kg . Russia Bronze medal from the European Championship in 2000 . 81 kg . Tampere 5 place officially at the World Championships 2003. Bangkok in 2007. Chicago 91 kg . The winner of the tournament "Golden Belt" Bucharest 1999 . Winner of the Tournament " golden gong ' Skopje 4 -time winner of the tournament, " Belgrade Winner " in 1997 . conqueror 3 -time winner of the tournament " Golden Glove " The winner of the tournament for the Olympic Games Athens of 2008 Multiple champion C.GORA Participated in the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008. 91kg . He won numerous sports awards He najjbolji boxer FRY , Serbia and Montenegro , Montenegro Team captain of the FRY , Serbia and Montenegro , Montenegro 3 times best athlete in Niksic 2001. , 2004. , 2007. In 2000 . best athlete in Zemun. In 2001. among the top 10 athletes of the FRY Winner of numerous tournaments Participated in five European Championships , three World Championships , two Mediterranean Games and Olympics crown career

Kickboxing careerEdit

In 2004 Gajović was called to represent Serbia and Montenegro at the W.A.K.O. European championships held in his home country. He won the gold medal in the Full-Contact kickboxing heavyweight category (91 kg/200.2 lbs), defeating Anatoly Nossyrev in the final by majority decision. In 2006 he went to European Championships in Lisbon, Portugal making the semi finals and earning a bronze medal for his efforts. A year later he return to Portugal for the world championships, reaching the final but having to make do with a silver medal.

Professional boxing recordEdit

Res. Record Opponent Type Date Location
Win 3-0 Sejfula Berisa TKO 2009-10-03 Sport Hall, Budva, Montenegro
Win 2-0 Jakov Gospic UD 2009-07-24 Bazen Rondo, Budva, Montenegro
Win 1-0 Janos Somogyi TKO 2009-06-20 Sport Hall Pinki, Belgrade, Serbia


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