Although beaten, Matt Korobov has gained plenty of experience over 26 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. Korobov's longest KO streak is 5 fights long out of his 26 pro career fights.
Korobov proved he was made for the pro ranks in his debut against Mario Evangelista, becoming the first person in Evangelista's 2 fights to stop him. The fight ended in round 3 of 4. Following his debut, Korobov had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 13 fights including 2 times in 2008 and 4 times in 2010 against the likes of Anthony Greenidge, Derrick Findley and James Winchester.
On June 15th, 2013, Korobov was in action again beating Ossie Duran taking his win streak to 20 wins. Duran proved to be no match for Korobov, and Korobov became the first person to stop Duran via KO during round 3. Taking his record to 21-0-0. Korobov then went on to win his next fight against Grady Brewer.
Korobov then went on to fight and beat Derek Edwards on December 7th, 2013 maintaining his unbeaten record. The win against Edwards happened in the 9th round of a 10 round fight via TKO.
On June 28th, 2014 Korobov fought and beat Jose Uzcategui (22-0-0) to continue his unbeaten streak. An impressive win for Korobov as he proves his technical boxing talent by taking Uzcategui the 10 round distance and becoming the first person to beat Uzcategui. The fight ended in a UD victory for Korobov.
On December 13th, 2014, Korobov took on and was defeated by Andy Lee in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 24-1-0. Lee was a push too far for Korobov and after a tough fight Lee became the first person to beat and stop Korobov in round 6.
Matt Korobov went into his fight with Scott Sigmon on November 18th, 2016 with 24 wins and he added another win to his record taking it to 25 wins by beating Sigmon. Only the 10th man to defeat Sigmon, Korobov made an impressive appearance in his latest outing, earning himself a UD win.