Artur Beterbiev

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Artur Beterbiev

Artur Asilbekovich Beterbiev (Russian: Артур Асильбекович Бетербиев; born 21 January 1985) is a Russian professional boxer of Chechen descent. He is a unified light-heavyweight champion, having held the IBF title since 2017 and the WBC and lineal titles since 2019. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Artur Beterbiev has received more than 649,677 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 135th most popular boxer.

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  • 650k

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  • 31.25

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 15

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.42

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.09

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among boxers, Artur Beterbiev ranks 138 out of 186Before him are Clemente Russo, Vic Darchinyan, Felix Sturm, Terence Crawford, Hocine Soltani, and Ricky Hatton. After him are Tony Bellew, Diego Corrales, Román González, Andre Ward, Mikkel Kessler, and Siarhei Liakhovich.

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Among people born in 1985, Artur Beterbiev ranks 422Before him are Scott Carson, Vlatko Ilievski, Kari Aalvik Grimsbø, José Joaquín Rojas, Elena Temnikova, and Stanislav Manolev. After him are Ignacio Scocco, Horia Tecău, Saeid Marouf, Colbie Caillat, Gordon Schildenfeld, and Kim Jae-bum.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Artur Beterbiev ranks 1,732 out of 2,050Before him are Zara (1983), Valeriy Borchin (1986), Tanja Mihhailova-Saar (1983), Denis Pankratov (1974), Alexander Radulov (1986), and Elena Temnikova (1985). After him are Svetlana Shkolina (1986), Ruslan Nigmatullin (1974), Magomed Ibragimov (1974), Fyodor Kudryashov (1987), Roman Sharonov (1976), and Anton Shipulin (1987).

Among BOXERS In Russia

Among boxers born in Russia, Artur Beterbiev ranks 3Before him are Alexander Povetkin (1979) and Sultan Ibragimov (1975). After him are Egor Mekhontsev (1984), Magomedrasul Majidov (1986), Aleksei Tishchenko (1984), and Georgy Balakshin (1980).