|Glory Record||3-0-0 (3 KO)||Wins-Losses-Draws (KOs)|
|Average Fight Time||03:27||Fight Duration|
|Knockdown Ratio||5:0||Knockdowns Landed : Knockdowns Absorbed|
|SLpM||10.43||Strikes Landed per Minute|
|SApM||13.04||Strikes Absorbed per Minute|
|Striking Differential||-2.61||Difference between SLpM and SApM|
|Striking Accuracy||55.1 %||Proportion of Strikes Landed|
Glory 69: Dusseldorf
2:59 of Round 2
Glory 62: Rotterdam
1:23 of Round 1
Glory 60: Lyon
2:59 of Round 1
Menshikov comes out of a gym with impeccable credentials. One notable thing about Kuzbass Muay Thai is that it has produced really high level fighters, all from local stock. These are all neighborhood kids in a mining town / city: Artem Vakhitov, Artem Levin, Alexey Ulianov and more.
A lot of the credit has to go to coach Vitaly Miller; another thing to note is that his guys are all stylistically different. He is able to train his fighters to their own strengths, rather than imposing a single house style on his guys. That’s the mark of a really good coach. Vakhitov with his hands, Levin with his unorthodoxy, Ulianov with his knees.
Menshikov is a puncher, according to himself and his team. If you’re coming out of the same gym as Artem Vakhitov and that gym is saying you’re a puncher, chances are you’ve got pretty dangerous hands indeed.