Although beaten, Jahongir Abdullaev has gained plenty of experience over 25 fights and a 10 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. The longest win streak that Abdullaev has ever recorded was between February 2005 and November 2007 when it totaled 17 wins. Abdullaev's longest KO streak is 2 fights long.
In his first fight in February 2005, Abdullaev defeated Pavel Kubasov in a 4 round fight. The fight went the full distance and secured Abdullaev his first win and distance win to kick of his pro career. Following his debut, Abdullaev had an impressive start to his career as he went on to win his next 13 fights including 7 times in 2005 and 6 times in 2006 against the likes of Nikita Lukin, Dzmitri Rabikau and Serikzhan Yeshmagambetov.
Emin Aliev was beaten next on April 23rd, 2005 meaning Abdullaev could maintain his unbeaten streak. Emin Aliev was Abdullaev's next opponent of his career in 2005. The fight was scheduled for 4 and Abdullaev was the 2nd person to go the distance with Aliev. 15 wins followed for Abdullaev including being the 3rd person to go the distance with Nikolay Fedorov, 4th person to go the distance with Farhod Oripov and 5th person to go the distance with Takhir Ibragimov.
Unfortunately, the first defeat of Abdullaev's career came against Dmitry Ganiev on September 20th, 2008 in Abdullaev's 18th professional fight. Abdullaev was beaten by Dmitry Ganiev in the 8th round. The win came via RTD in the 8th round. Fights against boxers including Babur Yuldashev followed where he won 3 fights taking his record to a very mixed 18-3-0, not the most successful career to date.
On October 3rd, 2009, Abdullaev took on and was defeated by Alisher Rahimov meaning his career tally went to 18-4-0. Abdullaev was beaten by Alisher Rahimov in the 5th round. Abdullaev had only ever been stopped 2 times previously in his career.
Abdullaev lost to Viktor Postol in his next fight. Taking place on November 19th, 2010, Abdullaev's career record after this fight stood at 18-5-0. Abdullaev was stopped by Viktor Postol in the 4th round of a 10 round fight via TKO. It was Abdullaev's 3rd stoppage defeat in his career.
On September 25th, 2011, Abdullaev took on and was defeated by Fedor Papazov meaning his career tally went to 18-6-0. Abdullaev was beaten by Fedor Papazov in the 6th round. Abdullaev had only ever been stopped 4 times previously in his career.
On April 22nd, 2015, Abdullaev took on and was defeated by Soslan Tedeev meaning his career tally went to 18-7-0 Left wondering where Abdullaev's career will go next, Tedeev became only the 5th man to stop Abdullaev in the 2nd round of a 6 round fight.