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Julia Berezikova

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21 Jun 2016 | Discover Julia Berezikova’s full martial arts history here, we’ve done the research so you don’t have to. ▷ Female fight enthusiasts only!

Julia Berezikova is a Flyweight MMA Professional born in Krasnokamensk, Russia and residing in Saint Petersburg, Russia. She is a Champion in Judo, Boxing, Wushu and Sambo and also a practitioner in Muay Thai.

Titles Won:
2012 – Russian Kung Fu Champion
2012 – Russian Grappling Champion
2012 – Russian Muay Thai Champion
2007 / 2008 – Russian Jiu Jitsu Champion
2004 – Saint Petersburg Combat Sambo Champion
2004 / 2005 – Russian Boxing Championship
2003 / 2005 – Saint Petersburg Boxing Championship
2003 – Russian Cup (Boxing)

The Chinese Martial Arts, and indeed all the Martial Arts that followed, appear to be the result of a cross-fertilisation between India and China and the passage of people between the two counties. Monks and merchants were constantly making the journey and it is not unreasonable to assume that they required trained body guards or even to learn to defend themselves. Combined with Dat Mo ‘s intervention at the Shaolin Temple this has lead to what we call Kung Fu today.

Judo literally translates as ” the gentle way”. It is a martial way that was founded in 1882 by Dr. Jigoro Kano (seen in the photo). Kano formulated Judo from styles of Jujutsu that he had studied. In Japan at this time many changes in society were occuring because of western influences. A major change was the overthrow of the Shogun and the reinstatement of the emperor in what is known as the Meiji restoration.

One manifestation of this change was the decline of the warrior class known as the samurai or bugei. Up until this time, the warrior class could kill another for the slightest offense. In the case of the peasant class, this usually meant oppression and immediate death for minor offenses. After the Meiji restoration this type of behavior was not supported and the carrying of swords was outlawed. This led to a decline in Jujutsu styles whose main function was martial. In this atmosphere, Kano (and others of other martial arts), changed the emphasis from purely physical to spiritual endeavors. Hence the change in name from Jutsu (art or technique) to do (path or way); same as the Chinese word tao. Kano meant Judo to be both physical training as well as a path towards building good moral character and spirituality. Part of Kano’s vision for Judo was for it to be a guide in all aspects of life and lead to greater harmony. This is reflected in one saying from Judo, “maximum efficiency with minimum effort for the mutual welfare and benefit of all”.

Today Judo is practiced both as a sport and as an art. Judo was accepted into the Olympic games in 1964 and since that time, most dojo for Judo emphasize the competitive aspects.

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MARTIAL ARTS
DISCIPLINERANKSTATUS
1ST DISCIPLINEMMAProfessional-
2ND DISCIPLINEJudoProfessionalChampion
3RD DISCIPLINEBoxingProfessionalChampion
4TH DISCIPLINEWushuProfessionalChampion
5TH DISCIPLINESamboProfessionalChampion
6TH DISCIPLINEMuay ThaiProfessionalNational Champion
MISC INFO
PERSONAL LIFE
PERSONAL
First NameJulia
Last NameBerezikova
Nickname/s-
Birth NameЮлия Березикова, Julija Berezikova
Age32 
Date of BirthNovember 17, 1983
NationalityRussian
BornKrasnokamensk, Russia
ResidenceSaint Petersburg, Russia
StatusActive
Weight classFlyweight
Weight range116 - 133lbs / 52 - 60kg
Preferred126lbs / 57kg
Height5ft 6in / 167cm
Reach-
AWAKENING RATING
Awakening Rating
682
UNDERSTANDING THE AWAKENING RATING

The Awakening rating is essentially letting you know how inspirational an athlete is. The idea is to highlight the athletes careers so their achievements are not forgotten. Unfortunately we can only calculate based on the information we have in our database. When we uncover, or are supplied with new information the score will be recalculated.

The rating system is very complex and allows for all the nuances within the multiple disciplines. Some disciplines don’t have grading systems, others don;t have a W-L-D record. These kinds of differences have been accounted for. The most essential thing is the overall contribution to the female martial arts scene.

Awakening rating system explained

Julia tells Awakening, “I started martial arts at the age of 10, I had been playing basketball from the early age of 6 years old!”

  WIN-LOSS-DRAW (-NO CONTEST)  
FIGHT RECORD
MMA11-4-0
Boxing2-0-0
STATISTICS

MMA 1 TKO
5 Submissions
Boxing 2 TKOs

TITLES

3016 – IFMA Amateur Muay Thai World Championships, 57kg (Silver)
2012 – Russian Kung Fu Champion
2012 – Russian Grappling Champion
2012 – Russian Muay Thai Champion
2008 – Russian Jiu Jitsu Champion
2007 – Russian Jiu Jitsu Champion
2005 – Russian Boxing Championship (Winner)
2005 – Saint Petersburg Boxing Championship (Winner)
2004 – Saint Petersburg Combat Sambo Champion
2004 – Russian Boxing Championship (Winner)
2004 – Saint Petersburg Boxing Championship (Winner)
2003 – Saint Petersburg Boxing Championship (Winner)
2003 – Russian Boxing Cup (Winner)
2003 – Russian Sanda (Medalist)
1998 – Asian Judo Championships (Medalist)

AWARDS
MEDIA
TEAM
Trainers / Instructors / Coaches

Seregi Nikitin

Gym / Affiliations

Management

SPONSORS
† = Title Fight
LPatricia Axling…………………………………Muay Thai05/28/16IFMA World Championships, Jonkoping, Sweden
…………………………..AmateurTournament Final • 57kg
WYolanda SchmidtDecisionMuay Thai05/26/16IFMA World Championships, Jonkoping, Sweden
3:00R3 / 3×3AmateurTournament Semi-Finals • 57kg
WAnna Tatjana Lie Norum…………………………………Muay Thai05/23/16IFMA World Championships, Jonkoping, Sweden
…………………………..AmateurTournament Quarter-Finals • 57kg
WGladys Perez…………………………………Muay Thai05/21/16IFMA World Championships, Jonkoping, Sweden
…………………………..AmateurTournament First Round • 57kg
WRosy DuarteTKO (Punches and Knees)MMA10/23/15Fight Nights: Petersburg, Ice Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
1:08R2 / 3×5ProFlyweight • 125lbs • Co-Main Event • Weigh-In: 126.1 lbs (57.2 kgs)
WJuliana WernerKneebarMMA03/14/15XFC International 9, Ginásio do São Paulo Futebol Club, Sao Paulo, Brazil
1:35R2 / 3×5ProFlyweight • 125lbs • Main Card
WIlona Wijmans…………………………………Muay Thai11/30/14W5, Bratislava, Slovakia
…………………………..Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WLucia Krajčovič…………………………………Muay Thai11/30/14W5, Bratislava, Slovakia
…………………………..Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WDalia VasarhelyiTKOBoxing11/08/14Yunost, Klimovsk, Russia
0:43R4 / 6×2ProFeatherweight • Weigh-in: 128.5 lbs
WAnke Van GestelUnanimous DecisionMuay Thai09/13/14Tatneft Cup Rules KO, TatNeft Arena, Kazan, Russian Federation
………R4Pro57kg
WNadezhda KhaenokTKOBoxing11/16/13Ivanhoe Country Club, Podolsk, Russia
1:29R3 / 4×2ProSuper Bantamweight • Berezikova makes her pro boxing debut
LJoanna JedrzejczykUnanimous DecisionMMA06/20/13Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 12, Luzhniki Sports Palace, Moscow, Russia
5:00R2 / 3×5ProFlyweight • 125lbs • Main Card • Weigh-In: 122.1 lbs (55.4 kgs)
WKarla BenitezArmbarMMA12/07/12Super Fight League 12: Rise of the Challengers, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
1:42R2 / 3×5ProFlyweight • 125lbs • Co-Main Event
WKarla BenitezSplit DecisionMMA05/26/12Mayor Cup 2012, Khabarovsk ,Russian Federation
5:00R2 / 3×5Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WAlena HolaArmbarMMA03/08/12Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 6, Aquarium Sports Arena, Moscow, Russia
1:35R2 / 3×5Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WEugenia KostinaUnanimous DecisionMMA11/05/11Fight Nights: Battle of Moscow 5, Aquarium Sports Arena, Moscow, Russia
3:00R2Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WMilana DudievaSubmission (Punches)MMA02/28/09FightForce: Day of Anger, St. Petersburg, Leningrad, Russian Federation
4:40R2 / 3×5Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WMegumi YabushitaUnanimous DecisionMMA04/19/08FightForce: Russia vs The World, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
5:00R2 / 3×5Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
LRosi SextonArmbarMMA08/24/07Bodog Fight: Season 6 Vancouver Day 1, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1:49R2 / 3×5Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
LJulie KedzieTKO (Punches)MMA04/14/07BodogFight: Clash of the Nations, Russian Federation
2:49R2Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WSong Lee JinTKO (Punches)MMA01/20/07M-1 Global: Russia vs Korea, South Korea
0:51R1ProCatchweight • 132lbs • Main Card
LTara LaRosaArmbarMMA12/02/06BodogFight: USA vs Russia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
1:28R2Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WKsenia TakuChokeMMA10/12/06M-1 Mix- Fight: Mix Fight vs Boxing, Russian Federation
………R1Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
WKsenia ShubinaArmbarMMA06/05/04Sankt-Petersburg Kazino “Konti”, St. Petersburg, Russia
0:51R1Pro……………………………………………………………………………………..
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