After a debut fight on December 2005, Dmitry Sukhotsky (age 39) has now built a record of 22 wins, 3 losses, 0 draws over a 25 fight career so far. Sukhotsky's longest KO streak is 5 fights long out of his 25 career fights.
Staritng his career off in tremendous fashion in December 2005, Sukhotsky became the 2nd quickest fighter to have ever stopped Andrey Simonov. The fight ended in round 1 via TKO stoppage. Continuing on from his successful debut, Sukhotsky continued his winning streak by winning his next 13 fights. In this time he fought and beat Mbaruku Kheri, Yuri Tsarenka and David Gogiya to name just a few, fighting once in 2005, 4 times in 2006 and 8 times through 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Next was Yuri Tsarenka on May 31st, 2007 where Sukhotsky took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Tsarenka was stopped in the 7th round via TKO crowning Sukhotsky as the first person to stop this opponent. 7 wins followed where Sukhotsky went on to be the 4th person to stop Juan Nelongo (Round 8 TKO), first to stop Ayittey Okainjah and 3rd person to stop Ihar Filonau.
Sukhotsky went into his next fight against Juergen Braehmer on December 19th, 2009 with a career record of 14 wins. Sukhotsky's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 12 round fight against the better man. Braehmer gave Sukhotsky his first professional loss of his 15 fight career to date. 7 wins followed where Sukhotsky went on to fight Konstantin Piternov, Aleksy Kuziemski and Nadjib Mohammedi amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Sukhotsky went into his next career fight with a record of 20-2-0 and took this to 21 wins with a win against Eduard Gutknecht on November 23rd, 2013. Sukhotsky was the first person to stop Eduard Gutknecht and he did it in the 5th round via TKO.
Sukhotsky went into his next career fight with a record of 21-2-0 and took this to 22 wins with a win against Joey Vegas on June 4th, 2014. Vegas was a great challenge for Sukhotsky, losing over the full 12 round distance and crowning Sukhotsky as the 8th person to have defeated Vegas.
On December 19th, 2014, Sukhotsky took on and was defeated by Adonis Stevenson meaning his career tally went to 22-3-0 Sukhotsky's 25 fight experience wasn't enough to prepare him for his most recent outing, Stevenson outclassed Sukhotsky from the start and became the first to stop Sukhotsky in round 5 of 12 via KO. Sukhotsky looks to move on and rebuild from here.