|Association||Chinuk Gym, KickFighter Gym|
|Weight Class||Super Heavyweight / Heavyweight|
|Height||6' 7" (201 cm)|
|Style||Muay Thai, Boxing, Kickboxing|
|Birth Date||December 7, 1976|
|Fighting Out Of||Minsk, Belarus|
Alexander "The Great" Ustinov is a Russian retired mixed martial artist. Ustinov also competed professionally as a boxer and kickboxer.
 Professional Record
|Record||7 - 1 - 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)|
|Loss||Andrei Zubov||Decision (Unanimous)||Perm Regional MMA Federation: MMA Professional Cup||11/23/2007||2||5:00|
|Win||Denis Podolyachin||Decision||WSFC 8: West Siberian Fighting Championship 8||5/06/2004||5||3:00|
|Win||Yevgeny Orlov||KO||BARS: Cup of Arbat Final (+94 KG)||2/19/2003||3||N/A|
|Win||Ruslan Bisayev||TKO||BARS: Cup of Arbat Semifinals (+94)||2/12/2003||4||N/A|
|Win||David Shvelidze||KO||BARS: Cup of Arbat Quarterfinals (+94 KG)||2/05/2003||2||N/A|
|Win||Aslan Khamzatov||TKO||BARS: BARS||11/27/2002||4||N/A|
|Win||Ruslan Bisayev||Decision (Unanimous)||BARS: Cup of Arbat Final (+94 KG)||7/31/2002||5||3:00|
|Win||Suren Kalachan||KO||BARS: Cup of Arbat Semifinals (+94 KG)||7/24/2002||2||N/A|
In 2003 after winning K-1 Moscow Grand Pix with three consecutive KO's, Alexander Ustinov earned his spot at the K-1 World Grand Prix 2003 in Paris. In the quarter finals he met Gregory Tony and won the fight by 2 round TKO. In the semi-finals he stepped into the ring against his own sparring partner Alexey Ignashov and after the hard fought battle the judges ruled the fight for Ignashov's favor.
In December 2003 he continued his strong performances at the tournaments winning the K-1 Spain GP in Barcelona.
On August 7, 2004 Alexander Ustinov was invited to participate at K-1 World GP 2004 Battle of Bellagio II. On his biggest tournament of his career, he was matched up against the towering South African fighter Jan "The Giant" Nortje. Alexander Ustinov won the battle but unfortunately was unable to continue due to a deep laceration on his shin and was replaced by the American Scott Lighty.
In 2005 he won two more K-1 tournaments in Milan, Italy and Lommel, Belgium as well as making his professional boxing debut.
After winning another K-1 tournament in France in January 2006, his next fight was in K-1 Slovakia against Bjorn Bregy from Switzerland. In the first round Bregy hit Ustinov with a knee to the groin and the referee gave Alexander the standing 8 second count. Ustinov couldn't recover and Bregy was declared the winner. After the controversial decision by the referee the fight was later changed to a No Contest.
 MMA/Boxing Career
In addition to his successful kickboxing career, Ustinov held a perfect MMA record of (7-0 5K Os) in the Russian BARS-Cup promotion as well as an undefeated professional boxing record of (14-0 12KOs). After three and a half years away, Ustinov returned to MMA in November 2007 and dropped a unanimous decision.
- 2006 IFMA World Champion
- 2003 K-1 GP in Moscow Champion
- 2003 IAMTF World Amateur Muay Thai Champion
- 2003 K-1 Spain GP Champion
- 2004 WKN European Muay Thai Champion
- 2005 K-1 Italy GP Champion
- 2006 K-1 Marseilles GP Champion
- 2006 WFCA Super Heavyweight World title
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