Aleksandr Schoolboy Beziazykov Net Worth, Biography, Wiki (Latest)

Aleksandr ‘Schoolboy’ Beziazykov is a professional arm wrestler from Russia. Ranked number two in the Unified Ratings of Professional Arm Wrestling in the right-hand, heavyweight division, Aleksandr Beziazykov is considered one of the main proponents of the sport.

Undoubtedly a beast in the arm-wrestling community, Aleksandr Beziazykov has captivated the attention of many people through his arm-wrestling clips, bringing many to the sport. Hence, he also has a pretty large following on his social media accounts.

Full nameAleksandr Beziazykov
Date of birth30th November 1997
Age24 (As of June 2022)
ProfessionArm wrestler
WeightMore than 126 kg
Height1.95 m
Aleksandr Schoolboy Beziazykov Net Worth$200,000 to $300,000 (Last Updated 2022)

Aleksandr Schoolboy Beziazykov Net Worth

Aleksandr Schoolboy Beziazykov’s net worth is estimated to be around $200,000 to $300,000.

Aleksandr Schoolboy Beziazykov’s Early Life

Aleksandr Beziazykov was born on 30th November 1997, in Russia. He is of Russian descent and his mother’s name is Irina Beziazykov. Aleksandr began training for arm wrestling competitions when he was thirteen years old. He would often train and compete with his brother, named Alex Toproll.

His brother also runs a YouTube channel, titled ARMWRESTLING TV. On this channel, he uploads videos that cover his and his brother’s adventures in their journey of competitive arm wrestling. However, Aleksandr Beziazykov stopped arm wrestling for two years as he indulged in his hobby of playing DOTA 2. Though, later, at the age of sixteen, Aleksandr returned to arm wrestling and started training seriously for top-level arm-wrestling competitions.

Aleksandr Schoolboy Beziazykov’s Professional Arm-Wrestling Career

Currently, Aleksandr Beziazykov is ranked number two in the Unified Ratings of Professional Arm Wrestling in the right-hand, heavyweight division.

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He is considered to be one of the main proponents of arm wrestling, along with Canadian champion David Larratt, during the arm-wrestling boom in the late 2010s. In 2019, Aleksandr Beziazykov won the China Open Championship in Shenzhen in the 78+ kg junior class.

He gained much of his popularity when he played Larry Wheels, a famous fellow YouTube personality, in a match won by Aleksandr Beziazykov.

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