| Suleyman Magomedov
April 10, 1990 (age 25)
Makhachkala, Dagestan ASSR, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (1990-04-10) |
Suleyman Magomedov Wikipedia
Suleyman Magomedov (Russian: Сулейман Магомедов, Сулейман Магомедов; born April 10, 1990) is a Russian kickboxer who competes in the cruiserweight division.
In March 2013 Magomedov won two world titles in just 12 days. The first, in Monte Carlo, he became W.A.K.O. Pro world champion, and sustained a leg injury. Then on March 22. he won R-1 world title defeating Dmitry Shakuta. The fight went all five 2 minute rounds being closely contested.
Magomedov won a third title on July 13, 2013 in Moscow. Eight fighters from the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan and Kyrgyzstan participated in a tournament for the W5 championship. Magomedov defeated Ahmed Аlimbekov in the quarter finals, Petr Romankevich in the semis and won the title defeating Stanislav Zanevskiy by unanimous decision. The final was an uncompromising fight where he also scoring a third round knockdown.2013 W5 K-1 Rules World Champion 86 kg
2013 R-1 86 kg World Champion
2013 W.A.K.O. Pro K-1 Rules Cruiser Heavyweight World Title -88.6 kg
2009 Ugra Kickboxing Light Heavyweight Champion 79.3 kg