Alexandr "King Kong" Romanov

RECORD: 16-1-0
STANCE: Southpaw
DIVISION: Heavyweight
HEIGHT: 6' 2"
REACH: 75"
LEG REACH: 43.00
WEIGHT: 262 lbs.
NATIONALITY: Comrat City, Moldova
AGE: 30





Significant Strikes Attempted: 285
Significant Strikes Landed: 149


Takedowns Attempted: 20

Latest Bouts:

Alexander Volkov
Alexandr Romanov: Defeated
by KO/TKO in Round 1 @ 2:16
Sat. Mar 11, 2023
UFC Fight Night: Yan vs. Dvalishvili
Marcin Tybura
Alexandr Romanov: Defeated
by Majority Decision in Round 3
Sat. Aug 20, 2022
UFC 278: Usman vs. Edwards 2
Chase Sherman
Alexandr Romanov: Winner
by Submission in Round 1 @ 2:11
Sat. Apr 30, 2022
UFC Fight Night: Font vs. Vera
Chase Sherman
Awaiting Outcome
Sat. Apr 23, 2022
UFC Fight Night: Lemos vs. Andrade
Jared Vanderaa
Alexandr Romanov: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 2 @ 4:43
Sat. Oct 09, 2021
UFC Fight Night: Dern vs. Rodriguez
Marcos Rogerio de Lima
Alexandr Romanov: Winner
by Submission in Round 1
Sat. Nov 07, 2020
UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Teixeira
Roque Martinez
Alexandr Romanov: Winner
by Submission in Round 2
Sat. Sep 12, 2020
UFC Fight Night: Waterson vs. Hill

Alexander Romanov was a Russian emperor who ruled during the early 20th century. He was born on April 17, 1868 in the city of St. Petersburg to Tsar Alexander III and Maria Feodorovna. Alexender was the second child and only son of his parents, making him heir to the throne at an early age.


Alexander Romanov came to power in 1894 when his father Alexander III died suddenly. As an autocrat, he had absolute control over Russia and introduced a number of reforms intended to modernize the country’s government and economy, including reorganizing local government, introducing civil liberties, creating a police force and reforming taxation. He also increased Russian industry through several ambitious projects such as the Trans-Siberian Railway and other public works.


However, Alexander’s reign was marked by growing unrest which ultimately led to revolution in 1905 with workers demanding better working conditions and wage increases. The uprising forced him to make concessions including allowing a Duma (parliament) with some limited powers and freeing political prisoners. Eventually these measures failed to satisfy the revolutionaries who overthrew him in 1917 after leading Russia into World War I against Germany.


Alexander went into exile first in France where he lived until his death on July 17th 1918 from kidney failure or possibly assassination by Bolsheviks agents while living there in exile. Although not remembered fondly due to many of his policies that disrupted Russia’s growth including WWI involvement as well as his autocracy, Alexander Romanov will remain forever known as one of history’s greatest monarchs having left behind an indelibly imprinted legacy that lives on today through many of his reforms still being felt throughout Russia today though no longer under a monarchy but under representative democracy

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