After a debut fight on December 2009, Chris Mafuta (age 29) has now built a record of 12 wins, 5 losses, 0 draws over a 17 fight career so far. Mafuta's longest KO streak is 2 fights long out of his 17 pro career fights.
Setting up his pro career well and building his confidence in the pro ring, Mafuta became the 6th person to take Hawal Garib the distance and claimed a PTS debut win. Following his debut, Mafuta had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 9 fights including once in 2009 and 2 times in 2011 against fighters such as Roy Meissner, Suleyman Dag and Mazen Girke.
Taking the first knock of his career, Mafuta fought Pawel Seliga on June 5th, 2010 and was defeated by Seliga. Mafuta's first defeat came over the full distance against Pawel Seliga on June 5th, 2010. The fight went to the judges in a PTS loss for Mafuta. 11 wins followed where Mafuta went on to fight Roman Vanicky, Dzmitry Lubachkin and Rabie ben lakhbhar Inoubli amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Taking another knock in his career, Geard Ajetovic was next in line for Mafuta with Ajetovic coming out victorious. Mafuta career was at 11-3-0 following the fight. Taking a huge blow to Mafuta's confidence, Ajetovic proved to be too much and stopped Mafuta early, becoming the first person to defeat Mafuta via stoppage. Taking his record to 12-3-0. Mafuta then went on to win his next fight against Dominik Ameri.
Mafuta lost to Dominic Boesel in his next fight. Taking place on June 28th, 2013, Mafuta's career record after this fight stood at 12-4-0. Mafuta boxing ability was put under heavy scrutiny in the Boesel fight, a test too far for Mafuta as he lost via UD in a judges decision over the 10 round distance.
Mafuta's next defeat of his career came against Vincent Feigenbutz on May 10th, 2014. Out for his 17th career fight, Mafuta was once again outmatched where he suffered a 2nd round TKO loss in only his 2nd stoppage defeat to date. Another blow for the talented Mafuta.