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Koba Gogoladze Koba Gogoladze (right) versus Antonio Davis (left) Statistics Real name კობა გოგოლაძე Nickname(s) The Cobra Rated at Super Featherweight Nationality Georgian Born January 7, 1972 (1972-01-07) (age 39) Poti, Georgia Stance Southpaw Boxing record Total fights 23 Wins 20 Wins by KO 8 Losses 3 Draws 0 No contests 0 Koba Gogoladze (born January 7, 1972 in Poti, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti) is a professional boxer from Georgia. He competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics as a lightweight, losing on points in the quarterfinals to Leonard Doroftei. Olympic career Medal record Competitor for  Georgia Men’s Boxing World Amateur Championships Bronze 1997 Budapest Lightweight European Amateur Championships Silver 1998 Minsk Lightweight 1996 Lightweight competitor at Olympic Games in Atlanta, United States. Results were: First Round — Defeated Ri Chol (North Korea), 17-9 Second Round — Defeated Julio Gonzalez Valladares (Cuba), 14-9 Quarter Finals — Lost to Leonard Doroftei (Romania), 8-17 Professional career Gogoladze turned professional in 1998, boxing mainly in England, although he did also fight once in Cyprus (where he won the minor WBF title) and twice in his native Georgia. He took two years off, and moved to the United States, settling in Philadelphia. He faced stiffer competition in the US, finally recording his first loss against Almazbek Raiymkulov. He then faced Scotlands Alex Arthur for the interim WBO title where he was stopped in the 10th round by Arthur External links Professional boxing record for Koba Gogoladze from BoxRec sports-reference Persondata Name Gogoladze, Koba Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 7, 1972 Place of birth Poti, Georgia Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to a boxer from the country of Georgia is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e