Robert Tlatlik was born on July 18, 1988 in Chorzow (Poland).
At the age of one year he emigrated with his parents and brother to Essen, Germany where he still resides.
It was his older brother who first brought him to the boxing gym at age 14. After winning several national and international tournaments, Tlatlik joined Germany’s junior national team at age 16. That same year he debuted with the third federal league, where he needed a special license due to his young age.
At the same time Robert acquired his school-leaving exam and finished one connect be a voluntary social year in a big sports association.
In the years 2009 and 2010 Robert worked as a Croupier in a casino. In October 2011 he started with his study to the applied cognitions and media scientist at university Essen- Duisburg.
At the age of 18 Robert changed to the German master Velbert and gave there his deuce in the first federal league. A year later he himself became a German Champion in category under 21 years old.
Tlatlik turned pro in April of 2011 with a third round knockout of Manuel Posada at the Funbox Amalie in Germany. He followed it up a month later with a first round knockout of Rustem Trott.
Since then, he has managed to build up his professional record to 9-0, winning seven of the fights by knockout.