After a debut fight on October 2009, Immanuel Naidjala (age 35) has now built a record of 19 wins, 1 losses, 1 draws over a 21 fight career so far. Naidjala's longest win streak is 16 fights between October 2009 and November 2012. His longest KO streak in his 21 fights is 4 fights long.
An explosive pro debut saw Naidjala face Daniel Ausiku in a 4 round debut fight. Immanuel became only the 2nd person to stop Ausiku shy of the full distance, stopping him in the 3rd. Naidjala then went on to win his next 11 fights - fighting 2 times in 2009 and 4 times in 2011 racking up wins against Tinashe Mutodza, Matheus Kaandala and Mxolisi Nombewu amongst others.
Matheus Kaandala was beaten next on November 21st, 2009 meaning Naidjala could maintain his unbeaten streak. Matheus Kaandala was Naidjala's next opponent of his career in 2009. The fight was scheduled for 4 and Naidjala was the 2nd person to go the distance with Kaandala. 9 wins followed where Naidjala went on to be the 4th person to go the distance with Tinashe Mwadziwana, 5th person to go the distance with Ronald Tamani and first to stop Pamseni Sankulani.
Keeping his losses at zero, Naidjala fought on December 3rd, 2011 beating Nkqubela Gwazela. The 8 round fight ended in the 4th round via TKO crowning Naidjala as only the 2nd to stop Gwazela in his career. Naidjala's win streak of 12 rose to 17 following 5 wins against boxers such as Emilio Norfat, Shabani Kilumbelumbe, Emilio Norfat and 2 others.
Taking a knock to his career, Naidjala fought and was defeated by Tomoki Kameda on December 3rd, 2013 taking his record to 17-1-1. Coming into the fight with high confidence Naidjala fought his next fight against Tomoki Kameda on December 3rd, 2013. Unfortunately, Naidjala was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 17-1-1.
On April 5th, 2014, Naidjala went into action again and beat Juma Fundi taking the winning record to 18 wins. The win against Fundi happened in the 5th round of a 12 round fight via TKO.
Immanuel Naidjala added another win to his record by beating Joseph Hilongwa on July 26th, 2014, upping his record to 19 wins. In a display of his technical ability, Naidjala endured a tough 12 rounds of 12 to crown himself as the first to defeat opponent Hilongwa.