Born August 22nd 1985 Samuel Colomban (aged 35) has built up a good career record of 22-7-0. With plenty of experience and now 29 fights as a pro, Colomban hopes to move on to better things in future as he moves into the later stages of his career. The longest KO streak that Colomban has ever had is 2 throughout his 29 fights and his longest winning streak is 10 wins. This started on June 2006 and came to an end on April 2011.
Colomban didn't take long to get comfortable in the pro game, becoming the first person to stop Ryan Waters (a 4 fight pro) via TKO in the 5th round. Following on from his debut, Colomban continued his mostly successful career by fighting in a further 15 fights. In this time he fought Somchai Nakbalee, Jonatan Simamora and Guillermo Mosquera to name just a few, fighting 3 times in 2006, 4 times in 2007 and 8 times through 2008 and 2009 in this period.
The first defeat of Colomban's career came against Solomon Egberime on December 14th, 2007. This took his career record to 6-1-0. Colomban's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 6 round fight against the better man. Egberime gave Colomban his first professional loss of his 7 fight career to date. Colomban's win streak of 6 rose to 15 following 9 wins against boxers such as Robert Toomey, Guillermo Mosquera, Jonatan Simamora and 6 others.
Colomban went into his next career fight with a record of 15-3-0 and took this to 16 wins with a win against Philip Holiday on March 18th, 2010. The win against Holiday came in the 11th round of a 12 round fight via RTD. Colomban was the 2nd person to stop Holiday. Colomban continued his success in the next 6 fights taking his record to 20 wins, 5 losses and 0 draws.
Colomban kept his losses at 5 by beating Leti Leti on April 4th, 2013. In 2013 Colomban fought his next opponent Leti Leti ending in a win for Colomban. In a successful fight, Colomban was the first person to go the distance with Leti.
Colomban lost to Jeff Horn in his next fight. Taking place on September 12th, 2013, Colomban's career record after this fight stood at 21-6-0. Being outclassed early, Colomban struggled to get going in this 10 round fight and received the first stoppage defeat of his career at the hands of Horn. The fight went 1 rounds before ending via a KO defeat.
Colomban went into his next career fight with a record of 21-6-0 and took this to 22 wins with a win against Adrian Campbell on December 11th, 2013. In 2013 Colomban fought his next opponent in Adrian Campbell. A challenging 8 round fight that ended in Colomban's favour as the judges awarded Colomban the UD victory. Colomban was the 14th person to defeat Campbell.
Colomban went into his next fight against Rivan Cesaire on June 25th, 2014 with a career record of 22 wins. A blow for Colomban confidence, Colomban was taken the full distance by Cesaire and was handed a SD loss on the judges decision. A tough technical fight that leaves Colomban unsure on where his career will head next.