Alexander Dimitrenko's debut fight took place on December 2001 when he was 19 years of age. His career has spanned 14 years to date and whilst he's now in the later stages of his career, he has amassed a record of 37-3-0 over the course of his 40 fight career. The longest KO streak that Dimitrenko has ever had is 5 throughout his 40 fights and his longest winning streak is 28 wins. This started on December 2001 and came to an end on November 2008.
Staritng his career off in tremendous fashion in December 2001, Dimitrenko became the 6th quickest fighter to have ever stopped Marcus Johnson. The fight ended in round 4 via TKO stoppage. Continuing on from his successful debut, Dimitrenko continued his winning streak by winning his next 20 fights. In this time he fought and beat Vaughn Bean, Chris Koval and Andreas Sidon to name just a few, fighting once in 2001, 5 times in 2002 and 14 times between 2003 and 2006.
Furthering his career, Dimitrenko fought Chad Van sickle on July 29th, 2006 and advanced his winning streak to 21 wins. Dimitrenko's fight against Chad Van sickle came in the 2nd round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Dimitrenko became the first person to stop Van sickle. Fights against Gonzalo omar Basile, Danny Batchelder, Malcolm Tann and 1 other followed where he won all 4 fights taking his winning streak to 25 wins.
Next was Timo Hoffmann on November 17th, 2007 where Dimitrenko took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Hoffmann was a worthy challenger but Dimitrenko was too much and became the first person to stop Hoffmann via TKO during round 12. Racking up wins against Derric Rossy and Luan Krasniqi, Dimitrenko went on to fight and win these next 2 fights.
Dimitrenko went into his next fight against Eddie Chambers on July 4th, 2009 with a career record of 28 wins. Dimitrenko's first defeat came over the full distance against Eddie Chambers on July 4th, 2009. The fight went to the judges in a MD loss for Dimitrenko. 3 wins followed where Dimitrenko went on to be the 3rd person to stop Albert Sosnowski (Round 12 KO), 2nd person to stop Yaroslav Zavorotnyi (Round 5 TKO) and 17th person to beat Michael Sprott.
Kubrat Pulev was next in line for Dimitrenko where unfortunately, he was defeated on May 5th, 2012 taking his record to 31-2-0. Pulev was a fight too far for Dimitrenko and after a rough fight Pulev became the first person to stop Dimitrenko in round 11. 5 wins followed where Dimitrenko went on to be the 2nd person to stop Zoltan Csala, 4th person to beat Samir Kurtagic and 6th person to stop Patryk Kowoll (Round 1 TKO).
Dimitrenko went into his next career fight with a record of 36-2-0 and took this to 37 wins with a win against Drazen Janjanin on January 16th, 2016. Continuing his career, Dimitrenko fought Drazen Janjanin in 2016 over 8 rounds. Dimitrenko was the 5th person to go the distance with Drazen Janjanin.
On October 1st, 2016, Dimitrenko took on and was defeated by Joseph Parker meaning his career tally went to 37-3-0 Out for his 40th career fight, Dimitrenko was once again outmatched where he suffered a 3rd round KO loss in only his 2nd stoppage defeat to date. Another blow for the talented Dimitrenko.