Muhammad Abdullaev

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Muhammad Abdullaev
Statistics
Real name Mohammadqodir Abdullaev
Rated at
Height 1.71 m (5 ft 7 in)
Reach 169 cm (67 in)
Nationality Uzbekistani
Born (1973-11-15) 15 November 1973 (age 43)
Andijan, Uzbekistan
Stance Orthodox
Boxing record
Total fights 25
Wins 21
Wins by KO 14
Losses 4

Mohammadqodir Abdullaev (Uzbek: Muhammadqodir Abdullayev; born November 15, 1973), best known as Muhammad Abdullaev, is an Uzbekistani former professional boxer who competed from 2001 to 2011, and challenged once for the WBO light-welterweight title in 2005. As an amateur he won gold medals in the light welterweight division at the 1999 World Championships and 2000 Olympics.

Amateur achievements[edit]

  • 2000 Olympic Welterweight Gold Medalist
  • 288-12 as an amateur
  • Beat Miguel Angel Cotto once and Ricardo Williams Jr twice in amateur competition.
  • World Amateur champion 1999
  • World Cup champion 1998

Olympic results[edit]

1996 (as a Lightweight)

2000 (as a Light Welterweight)

Pro career[edit]

Also known as Mohammad Abdullaev, Abdullayev turned pro in 2001 and has had limited success. Although he won his first 11 bouts, including a victory over former IBF Lightweight Title holder Philip Holiday, he was KO'd in 2003 by Emmanuel Clottey, although he was winning the fight at the time, and it appeared that he was counted out only because he didn't understand the referee's count (which was in English). He has since lost to Miguel Cotto and Andreas Kotelnik.

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