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Beibut Shumonov chats with Ringnews24

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Presents an Interview with Boxer Beibut Shumonov

Hi Beibut, on behalf of RingNews24.com and our readers, thank you for taking the time to talk to us.

We hope our readers enjoy the interview

 

 

 

Ringnews24.com: What age did you start boxing and What inspired you to become a fighter?

Beibut Shumonov: I have been involved in mixed martial arts since I was six and in boxing since 1996.

Ringnews24.com: Looking back as a kid what was your Dream Job? And what job would you of had if you didn’t become a Boxer?

Beibut Shumonov: I am a lawyer and own and operate my company, KZ Event Productions, with my brother, Chingis.

Ringnews24.com: Training for boxing is super intensive. You have to be in tip top shape and perform at your highest level, what keeps you motivated?

Beibut Shumonov: My goal to unify the Light Heavyweight Division.

Ringnews24.com: Is there anything you dislike about training?

Beibut Shumonov: I enjoy training and improving my skills to become a super fighter.

Ringnews24.com: What would you say is your favorite training exercise?

Beibut Shumonov: I love to learn new training exercises. I’m always researching, studying and trying new techniques.

Ringnews24.com: It was obvious very early in your career that you were being fast tracked, was this a choice of your own or the team behind you? Do you feel that this hindered your ability to grow as a fighter?

Beibut Shumonov: I never wanted easy fights to build-up my record. I fought former world champions early in my career not only to test myself against them, but to learn from each fight, and I’m still learning with each fight.

Ringnews24.com: Do you think a 3rd fight with Gabriel Campillo will ever take place?

Beibut Shumonov: When Braehmer ran out of town, I told my people to reach out to Campillo’s team to see if he could come to Kazakhstan and replace Braehmer for my fight on January 8, 2011. He was preparing for a EBU title fight against Thierry Karl (1/22/2011) that he pulled out of later on. too.

Ringnews24.com: You looked much better against Uzelkov than you had in the Campillo rematch, was this due to an improved training camp or was the Campillo rematch just a bad night at the office?

Beibut Shumonov: I won the world title and I haven’t taken a day off since. As I mentioned earlier, I learn from each fight and I’m still learning every day and working on improving my skills to become the best.

Ringnews24.com: Who would you like to fight later this year?

I’d like to fight anyone of the other World champions. My goal has always been to unify the world light heavyweight titles and nothing has changed in that respect. If that can’t be done then I’ll keep proceeding forward.

Ringnews24.com: Are you a big fan of boxing, there are quite a lot of fighters now who don’t have much knowledge on boxers today?

Beibut Shumonov: Yes. I am a student of boxing. I love the sport and watch as many fights as possible.

Ringnews24.com: Who is your favorite current fighter, and what attributes can you take from this fighter?

Beibut Shumonov: I have respect for all fighters because it is such a tough and unforgiving sport.

Ringnews24.com: Is it your eventual aim to break the US market?

Beibut Shumonov: I moved to Las Vegas because it is the boxing capital of the World. I’ve been fortunate to have fought on Comcast, Fox Sports, ESPN and I would be honored to fight on Showtime or HBO in the future.

If you could pick 3 fights to happen in boxing what would they be ?

Beibut Shumonov: The three fights I’d like to happen would include the other three world champions in fights against me in order to unify the titles. Of course, I really enjoy seeing the best fight the best in every weight division, and I would love to see Pacquiao vs. Floyd.

Ringnews24.com: Boxing is a brutal sport, are you concerned with the impact of repeated blows, and how it may affect you later on in life?

 

Beibut Shumonov: It’s part of our tough sport but I am 100-percent for safety and the protection of boxers in the ring and after they retire.

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