Mikhail Ilyukhin

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Mikhail Ilyukhin
Михаил Илюхин.jpg
Born (1966-11-21) November 21, 1966 (age 47)
Tula, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (now Russia)
Nationality Russian
Height 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Weight 205 lb (93 kg; 14.6 st)
Division Light Heavyweight
Team Russian Top Team
Years active 1994–2005
Mixed martial arts record
Total 55
Wins 36
By knockout 1
By submission 33
By decision 2
Losses 18
By knockout 6
By submission 12
Draws 1
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Mikhail Ilyukhin (born November 21, 1966) is a retired Russian mixed martial artist who competed in the light heavyweight division. He competed in both RINGS, and Pride Fighting Championships, and was a prominent member of Russia Top Team, where he trained with the likes of Volk Han, Fedor Emelianenko, and Sergei Kharitonov.[1] At Pride 26, Ilyukhin lost by stoppage to Quinton Jackson.[2] He won his last fight at K-1 – Hero's Lithuania against Jordanas Poskaitis on November 26, 2005. It appears that following the demise of the Russia Top Team Ilyukhin has retired.[3]


Championships and Accomplishments[edit]

Mixed martial arts record[edit]

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Win 30-11-1 Jordanas Poskaitis Submission (Half-Boston Crab) Hero's Lithuania 2005 November 26, 2005 N/A Vilnius, Lithuania
Win 29-11-1 Petrov Kolev Submission (heel hook) Rings - Lithuania August 20, 2005 1 Lithuania
Loss 28-11-1 Quinton Jackson Submission (knee to the body) PRIDE 26 June 8, 2003 1 6:26 Yokohama, Japan
Win 28-10-1 Katsuhisa Fujii Submission (guillotine choke) PC - Premium Challenge May 6, 2002 1 5:45 Tokyo, Japan
Draw 27-10-1 Hiromitsu Kanehara Draw Rings: World Title Series Grand Final February 15, 2002 3 5:00 Yokohama, Japan
Loss 27-10 Bobby Hoffman TKO (corner stoppage) Rings: 10th Anniversary August 11, 2001 2 5:00 Tokyo, Japan
Win 27-9 Borislav Jeliazkov Submission (armbar) Rings Lithuania: Bushido Rings 2 June 15, 2001 2 2:06 Yokohama, Japan
Win 26-9 Kestutis Smirnovas Submission (achilles lock) Rings Lithuania: Bushido Rings 2 May 8, 2001 1 Lithuania
Win 25-9 Martin Lazarev Decision (4-0 points) Rings Russia: Russia vs. Bulgaria April 6, 2001 1 10:00 Ekaterinburg, Russia
Loss 24-9 Tsuyoshi Kohsaka KO (punches) Rings: King of Kings 2000 Block B December 22, 2000 2 1:53 Osaka, Japan
Win 24-8 Valerijus Golubovskis Submission (armbar) Rings Lithuania: Bushido Rings 1 October 24, 2000 N/A Lithuania
Win 23-8 Bakouri Gogitidze Submission (Achilles lock) Rings: Russia vs. Georgia August 16, 2000 1 7:25 Russia
Win 22-8 Emil Kristev Submission (Achilles Lock) Rings Russia: Russia vs. Bulgaria May 21, 2000 1 0:00 Tula, Russia
Win 21-8 Lee Hasdell Decision Rings Russia: Russia vs. The World May 20, 2000 3 5:00 Ekaterinburg, Russia
Loss 20-8 Renato Sobral Submission (armbar) Rings: King of Kings 1999 Final February 26, 2000 3 0:40 Tokyo, Japan
Win 20-7 Brad Kohler Submission (armbar) Rings: King of Kings 1999 Block A October 28, 1999 1 2:16 Tokyo, Japan
Win 19-7 Justin McCully Technical Submission (achilles lock) Rings: King of Kings 1999 Block A October 28, 1999 1 4:48 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 18-7 Bakouri Gogitidze Submission (rear-naked choke) Rings: Rings Georgia October 8, 1999 1 5:07 Georgia, United States
Win 18-6 Joop Kasteel Submission (achilles lock) Rings: Rise 3rd May 22, 1999 1 9:40 Japan
Win 17-6 Randy Couture Submission (kimura) Rings: Rise 1st March 20, 1999 1 7:43 Tokyo, Japan
Win 16-6 Masayuki Naruse Submission Rings: Third Fighting Integration May 29, 1998 1 13:52 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 15-6 Kiyoshi Tamura Submission Rings: Battle Dimensions Tournament 1997 Final January 21, 1998 1 18:12 Tokyo, Japan
Win 15-5 Volk Han Submission Rings - World Mega Battle Tournament 1997: Semi-Finals December 23, 1997 1 9:36 Fukuoka, Japan
Win 14-5 Tsuyoshi Kohsaka Submission Rings - World Mega Battle Tournament 1997: Second Round November 20, 1997 1 14:16 Osaka, Japan
Win 13-5 Masayuki Naruse Submission (Achilles lock) Rings - Mega Battle Tournament 1997 Semifinal 1 October 25, 1997 1 12:28 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 12-5 Tsuyoshi Kohsaka Submission Rings - Mega Battle Tournament 1996: Grand Final January 22, 1997 1 10:04 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 12-4 Kiyoshi Tamura Submission Rings - Battle Dimensions Tournament 1996 Opening Round October 25, 1996 1 14:40 Nagoya, Japan
Loss 12-3 Adilson Lima Submission (armbar) Rings - Maelstrom 6 August 24, 1996 1 24:52 Tokyo, Japan
Win 12-2 Mestre Hulk Submission (chin in the eye) Shoot Boxing - S-Cup 1996 July 14, 1996 1 6:59 Japan
Loss 11-2 Carlos Barreto Submission (rear-naked choke) UVF 1 - Universal Vale Tudo Fighting 1 April 5, 1996 2 3:15 Japan
Win 11-1 Wataru Sakata Submission Rings - Budokan Hall 1996 January 24, 1996 1 10:44 Tokyo, Japan
Loss 10-1 Ricardo Morais Submission (rear-naked choke) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Championship 1 November 25, 1995 1 9:44 Moscow, Russia
Win 10-0 Achmed Sagidgusenov Submission (achilles lock) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Championship 1 November 25, 1995 1 0:05 Moscow, Russia
Win 9-0 Igor Vovchanchyn Submission (chin in the eye) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Championship 1 November 25, 1995 1 6:30 Moscow, Russia
Win 8-0 Andrei Besedin Submission (guillotine choke) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Championship 1 November 25, 1995 1 1:21 Moscow, Russia
Win 7-0 Zagil Eribinov Submission (armbar) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Championship 1 November 25, 1995 1 1:35 Moscow, Russia
Win 6-0 Nikolai Zouev Submission Rings - Battle Dimensions Tournament 1995 Opening Round October 21, 1995 1 12:27 Fukuoka, Japan
Win 5-0 Victor Yerohin Submission (rear-naked choke) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Eurasian Championship July 1, 1995 1 3:54 Moscow, Russia
Win 4-0 Leonid Efremov Submission (achilles lock) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Eurasian Championship July 1, 1995 1 1:09 Moscow, Russia
Win 3-0 Vadim Shevchenko Submission (achilles lock) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Eurasian Championship July 1, 1995 1 0:08 Moscow, Russia
Win 2-0 Maxim Tarasov Submission (achilles lock) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Eurasian Championship July 1, 1995 1 0:41 Moscow, Russia
Win 1-0 Piotr Tjernov Submission (achilles lock) IAFC - Absolute Fighting Eurasian Championship July 1, 1995 1 0:36 Moscow, Russia

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rules of Encagement. FIGHT! Magazine. Retrieved on 2011-12-18.
  2. ^ Rampage Jackson |. Kickassmma.com. Retrieved on 2011-12-18.
  3. ^ King Without a Crown: Fedor Emelianenko & Co. Find Their Own Way. FIGHT! Magazine (1976-09-28). Retrieved on 2011-12-18.
  4. ^ http://prowrestlinghistory.com/
  5. ^ http://prowrestlinghistory.com/

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