With a record of 43-5-0 (27 KO's) Nedal Hussein born December 1st 1977 was a orthodox boxer with a 10 year career as a professional lasting from May 1997 to November 22nd, 2018. November 2018 was the last time Nedal Hussein fought. The longest win streak that Hussein has ever recorded was between May 1997 and April 2000 when it totaled 19 wins. Hussein's longest KO streak is 5 fights long.
In his first fight in May 1997, Hussein defeated Roberto Ruiz in a 6 round fight. The fight went the full distance and secured Hussein his first win and distance win to kick of his pro career. Continuing on from his debut, Hussein had an impressive start to his career as he went on to fight 24 fights including 7 times in 1997, 5 times in 1998 and 11 times through 1999, 2000 and 2001 against fighters such as Kongthawat Sor kitti, Brian Carr and Allan Visayas.
The first defeat of Hussein's career came against Manny Pacquiao on October 14th, 2000. This took his career record to 19-1-0. Pacquiao was a push too far for Hussein and after a tough fight Pacquiao became the first person to beat and stop Hussein in round 10. Fights against Jackson Asiku, Ronnie Longakit, Joe Morales and 4 others followed where he won all 8 fights taking his winning streak to 27 wins.
On January 19th, 2003, Hussein was in action again with a win via KO against Samson Elnino taking his mostly successful record to 28-1-0. Elnino proved to be no match for Hussein, and Hussein became the first person to stop Elnino via KO during round 3. Hussein then went on to win a further 5 fights taking his record to 33 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws.
Hussein entered his next fight with a mostly successful record of 33-1-0 and took this to 34 wins with a win against Kularbdang Kiatkrerin on July 16th, 2004 via KO. Becoming the first person to stop Kularbdang Kiatkrerin, Hussein beat Kiatkrerin via KO in the 1st round of a 12 round fight. Hussein then went on to win a further 9 fights taking his record to 41 wins, 3 losses and 0 draw.
On September 16th, 2006, Hussein took on and was defeated by Hiroyuki Enoki meaning his career tally went to 41-4-0. Hussein boxing ability was put under heavy scrutiny in the Enoki fight, a test too far for Hussein as he lost via UD in a judges decision over the 12 round distance. Hussein took on another 2 opponents next, racking up wins against Moses Seran and Pedro Malco.
Taking another knock in his career, Hussein fought Takashi Uchiyama on September 8th, 2007 and was defeated by Uchiyama. This turned out to be Hussein's final career fight. Uchiyama became the 2nd person to stop Hussein in round 8 of a 12 round fight via KO.