Although beaten, Charles Manyuchi has gained plenty of experience over 19 fights and a 8 year long career so far. He now moves on to see just how far he can go as he approaches the later stage of his career. The longest KO streak that Manyuchi has ever had is 4 throughout his 19 fights and his longest winning streak is 7 wins. This started on February 2009 and came to an end on May 2016.
In his debut fight, Manyuchi's became only the 2nd fighter to go the distance with Isaac Phonkeni, winning by UD in round 4 of 4. Manyuchi continued his pro journey by fighting 10 fights following their debut. Fights against boxers such as Mordechai Donga, Ezaya Chilufya and Farai Kachigwada followed including 3 times in 2009, 4 times in 2010 and 3 times through 2011 and 2012.
The first defeat of Manyuchi's career came against Mordechai Donga on July 25th, 2009. This took his career record to 2-1-0. Taking the first setback of his career, the July 25th, 2009 Donga defeat went the full distance and ended via PTS. Manyuchi then went on to win a further 11 fights taking his record to 11 wins, 2 losses and 1 draw.
On June 28th, 2013, Manyuchi went into action again and beat Patrice sou Toke taking the winning record to 12 wins. Manyuchi was the first person to stop Patrice sou Toke and he did it in the 5th round via TKO. Manyuchi's wins continued and went from 12 wins to 13 after he then defeated Isaac Sowah.
Manyuchi kept his losses at 2 by beating Patrick Allotey on March 15th, 2014. Manyuchi's fight against Patrick Allotey came in the 8th round of a 12 round fight via TKO. Manyuchi became the first person to stop Allotey.
Manyuchi kept his losses at 2 by beating Dmitry Mikhaylenko on May 6th, 2016. A great showing of his boxing ability, Manyuchi became the first person to beat Dmitry Mikhaylenko, beating him over the 12 round distance resulting in a UD victory.
Manyuchi went into his next fight against Qudratillo Abduqaxorov on March 25th, 2017 with a career record of 15 wins. Manyuchi never really got going in his latest fight vs Abduqaxorov. Abduqaxorov was the better man and became the first fighter to stop Manyuchi in a round 1 TKO shutout.