Serik Sapiyev

1983 - Today

Serik Sapiyev

Serik Sapiyev (Kazakh: Серік Жұманғалиұлы Сәпиев, born November 16, 1983) is an amateur boxer from Kazakhstan who won the world title in the light welterweight (-64 kg) division in 2005 and 2007 and Olympic Gold 2012 at welterweight. Sapiyev has signed up for the new AIBA professional league, called AIBA Pro Boxing (APB), which will launch in autumn 2013. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Serik Sapiyev has received more than 84,419 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 13,847th most popular boxer.

Memorability Metrics

  • 84k

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  • 32.73

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 20

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 3.41

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.26

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among boxers, Serik Sapiyev ranks 131 out of 186Before him are Sergey Kovalev, Joe Calzaghe, Oleg Maskayev, Shane Mosley, Sultan Ibragimov, and Kubrat Pulev. After him are Clemente Russo, Vic Darchinyan, Felix Sturm, Terence Crawford, Hocine Soltani, and Ricky Hatton.

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Among people born in 1983, Serik Sapiyev ranks 333Before him are Andrius Pojavis, Justin Verlander, André Bahia, Francisco Javier Gómez Noya, Victor Leandro Bagy, and Agyness Deyn. After him are Alona Tal, Kirsty Coventry, Angela Sarafyan, Fernando Belluschi, Marko Dević, and Jurgen Van den Broeck.

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In Kazakhstan

Among people born in Kazakhstan, Serik Sapiyev ranks 95 out of 133Before him are Ruslana Korshunova (1987), Olga Rypakova (1984), Oleg Maskayev (1969), Michael Rich (1969), Andrey Kashechkin (1980), and Elena Likhovtseva (1975). After him are Evgeni Nabokov (1975), Ilya Ilyin (1988), Alexey Lutsenko (1992), Valeri Liukin (1966), Dmitry Fofonov (1976), and Ivo Iličević (1986).

Among BOXERS In Kazakhstan

Among boxers born in Kazakhstan, Serik Sapiyev ranks 4Before him are Wladimir Klitschko (1976), Gennady Golovkin (1982), and Oleg Maskayev (1969). After him are Vassiliy Jirov (1974) and Bakhyt Sarsekbayev (1981).