Maxim Limonov, aged 18 started his pro career on May 2011 against Alexey Nevzorov where he started his current unbeaten streak as he moves mid way into his current 16 fight career. Between September 2007 and May 2011, Limonov had his longest winning streak of 16 fights. In his 16 fights, his longest KO streak is 5 fights long.
Getting rid of his debut fight nerves early, Limonov took on Alexey Nevzorov in September 2007 and claimed a stoppage victory (round 2, TKO). Limonov was the first person to have ever stopped Nevzorov. Limonov built on his successful start to his career by fighting 2 times in 2007 and 6 times in 2008 which included fights against Andrey Tylilyuk, Tagir Rzaev and Alexander Valiakhmetov to name just a few.
Next was Alexander Valiakhmetov on July 31st, 2008 where Limonov took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Limonov was the 3rd person to go the distance with Valiakhmetov. Limonov fought Alexander Valiakhmetov in 2008, the result was via UD. Fights against Alexander Pestenkov, Vladimir Chuklin, Andrey Tylilyuk and 1 other followed where he won all 4 fights taking his winning streak to 10 wins.
On November 7th, 2009 Limonov fought and beat Skylar Thompson (11-4-0) to continue his unbeaten streak. Becoming the 2nd fighter to stop Thompson, Limonov beat Thompson via TKO in the 3rd round of a 4 round fight. 3 wins followed where Limonov went on to be the 6th person to defeat Julius Fogle, 5th person to stop Mahsud Akbarov and 27th person to defeat Artem Vychkin.
Next was Vasily Andriyanov on March 11th, 2011 where Limonov took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Limonov was the 25th person to beat Vasily Andriyanov where he showed his talent as a technical boxer, beating him over 8 rounds in his 15th professional fight.
The unbeaten run continued with the defeat of Karen Avetisyan in his latest fight on May 27th, 2011, taking his winning record to 16 wins. In 2011 Limonov fought and defeated his next opponent Karen Avetisyan. In a successful fight, Limonov was the 5th person to go the distance with Avetisyan.