Tim Tszyu the son of former light-welterweight world champion Kostya Tszyu and older brother of Nikita Tszyu, is an Australian professional boxer. As of March 2023, he has been holding the World Boxing Organization interim light-middleweight title.
Height- 1.75 m
Born- 2 November 1994
Birthplace- Sydney, Australia
Full name- Timofei Konstantinovich Tszyu
Profession- Professional Boxer
Spouse- Alexandra Constantine
Tszyu, a renowned boxer, was born in Sydney, New South Wales. He hails from a family of Russian descent, with his parents being his father, Kostya, and his mother, Natasha Anikina. Kostya Tszyu has a diverse heritage, encompassing ethnic Russian, Korean, and Mongolian roots. Notably, Kostya Tszyu achieved great success in his own boxing career, becoming the undisputed light-welterweight champion. His accomplishments were duly recognized when he was inducted into the esteemed International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2011.
Boxer Tim Tszyu has maintained a dedicated partnership with his girlfriend, Alexandra Constantine, since 2016, following his previous marriage to Natasha Anikina from 1993 to 2013.
Tim Tszyu is currently without any children.
Professional Boxing Career
Tszyu’s match against Cassidy marked his professional debut in December 2016 at the Sydney Cricket Ground, following a four-year hiatus from the sport due to a hand injury. He emerged victorious over Cassidy, securing a unanimous decision (UD) win.
In his seventh bout, Tszyu faced Wade Ryan and claimed the WBC-ABCO Continental light-middleweight title with a UD triumph.
During a bout in November 2019, Tszyu triumphed over Jack Brubaker, securing a technical knockout (TKO) victory in the fourth round.
Tszyu faced former WBO welterweight champion Jeff Horn on 26 August 2020, prevailing with an eighth-round corner stoppage at the Queensland Country Bank Stadium.
Ranked #9 by The Ring, #1 by the WBO, #3 by the IBF, #7 by the WBA, and #11 by the WBC, Tszyu clashed with Dennis Hogan, who held the #10 ranking by the WBC. Tszyu emerged victorious via a fifth-round TKO in their encounter on 31 March 2021.
In his subsequent match, Tszyu confronted Steve Spark and emerged triumphant with a third-round TKO.
Tszyu’s next opponent was the resilient Takeshi Inoue, whom he defeated convincingly via a unanimous decision. All three scorecards were in Tszyu’s favor, with scores of 120-107, 120-107, and 119-108.
Facing 2012 Olympian Terrell Gausha in his first fight in America at The Armory in Minneapolis, Tszyu experienced a first-round knockdown but recovered impressively. He dominated the fight from the second round onward and secured a convincing unanimous decision victory, with scores of 114-113, 116-111, and 115-112.
Tszyu’s most recent match was against former WBC 154-lb champion Tony Harrison for the interim WBO junior middleweight title. The fight, which took place on 12 March in Australia, concluded in the ninth round with Tszyu securing a TKO win.
Professional Boxing Record
Tszyu’s unbeaten record has now reached 23 wins from 23 fights with 17 knock
Latest News About Tim Tszyu
Tszyu Blasts Charlo For ‘Ducking’ Title Fight As Champ Announces Bombshell Canelo Bout
Australian boxing sensation Tim Tszyu has been dealt a major setback as his highly anticipated world title unification fight against undisputed champion Jermell Charlo has been abruptly canceled. The devastating news comes as Charlo, the reigning super welterweight champion with an impressive record of 35-1-1, has decided to move up two weight divisions to challenge the super middleweight undisputed champion, Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.
Tszyu, who was the mandatory WBO challenger for Charlo’s coveted crown, had been eagerly preparing for the Las Vegas showdown scheduled for October. The bout presented a golden opportunity for Tszyu to join an elite group of undisputed champions in the era of four-belt dominance. However, the tables turned unexpectedly when Charlo and Alvarez, aged 33 and 32 respectively, disclosed their decision to face each other on September 30 in Las Vegas.
This unforeseen turn of events has left Tszyu blindsided and undoubtedly disappointed, as he was poised for a career-defining moment against a formidable opponent. As he regroups and recalibrates his plans, Tszyu will need to navigate this setback and explore new avenues to continue his ascent in the boxing world. Despite this setback, Tszyu’s unwavering determination and talent are sure to keep him firmly on the radar of boxing enthusiasts and fans worldwide.
Net Worth 2023
Net Worth in 2023 – $6.0 Million
Net Worth in 2022 – $5.5 Million
Net Worth in 2021 – $5.0 Million
Net Worth in 2020 – $4.5 Million
Net Worth in 2019 – $4.1 Million