Born in Mongolia, Shinny started boxing aged 10. He boxed in the Mongolian national team for 4 years (1996-1999) and won his first national championship in 1997. His amateur record is 100 fights: 90 won (40 via KO) 10 lost.
He turned Pro in 1999 and in the same year became Mongolian National Flyweight Champion. He was a challenger for the WBC Strawweight title in 2000 before moving to the UK in 2001 where he won the British Masters title in 2008 before becoming British Flyweight Champion in 2009.
His professional record is 19 fights: won (8 via KO). 6 lost 2 drawn.
Highest world ranking: 30
Highest European ranking: 3