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My name is Andrzej Fonfara I'm a former professional boxer . I competed in the light heavyweight division and had a successful career in the sport. and held the IBO light heavyweight title , WBC International I also challenged twice in his career for the WBC light heavyweight title, and once for The Ring light heavyweight beltI'm based in Chicago .

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Andrzej Fonfara Story

Andrzej turned professional in 2006 and quickly gained attention for his aggressive fighting style and punching power. He amassed an impressive record and faced several notable opponents throughout his career. Some of his notable victories include wins over Glen Johnson, Gabriel Campillo, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., and Nathan Cleverly.

One of Andrzej's significant victories came in 2012 when he defeated former world champion Glen Johnson. Andrzej Fonfara showcased his skills and resilience in a hard-fought battle, ultimately earning a unanimous decision victory.

In 2014, Fonfara faced one of his toughest challenges in a bout against former world champion Gabriel Campillo. Fonfara showcased his power by knocking down Campillo three times in the opening round and ultimately securing a technical knockout victory.

One of the career highlights for Fonfara came in 2015 when he faced Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., son of the legendary Julio Cesar Chavez. Fonfara dominated the fight, knocking Chavez Jr. down in the ninth round en route to a unanimous decision victory.

Fonfara's most significant title opportunity came in 2014 when he faced Adonis Stevenson for the WBC light heavyweight championship. Despite a valiant effort, Fonfara was knocked down and ultimately lost a unanimous decision to Stevenson.

In his career, Fonfara faced other notable opponents such as Joe Smith Jr. and Nathan Cleverly. He had his fair share of wins and losses against top-level competition.

Andrzej Fonfara retired from professional boxing in 2018. Throughout his career, he displayed an exciting fighting style, punching power, and the ability to compete against some of the best in the light heavyweight division.

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