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New Zealand mixed martial artist (born 1989)

Israel Adesanya

Israel Adesanya at UFC 230
Born Israel Mobolaji Adesanya
(1989-07-22) 22 July 1989 (age 33)
Lagos, Nigeria
Nickname(s) The Last Stylebender
Residence Auckland, New Zealand
Nationality Nigerian
New Zealander
Height 6 ft 4 in (193 m)
Weight 185 lb (84 kg; 13 st 3 lb)
Division Middleweight (2012–present)
Light Heavyweight (2021)
Reach 80 in (203 cm)
Style Kickboxing
Fighting out of Auckland, New Zealand
Team City Kickboxing (2010–present)
Trainer Eugene Bareman: Head coach
Andrei Păuleț: Wrestling
Rank Purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under André Galvão
Years active 2010–present
Professional boxing record
Total 6
Wins 5
By knockout 1
Losses 1
Kickboxing record
Total 80
Wins 75
By knockout 29
Losses 5
By knockout 1
Mixed martial arts record
Total 25
Wins 23
By knockout 15
By decision 8
Losses 2
By knockout 1
By decision 1
Other information
Boxing record from BoxRec
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

Israel Mobolaji Odunayo Oluwafemi Temitayo Owolabi Adesanya (born 22 July 1989) is a Nigerian and New Zealander professional mixed martial artist, kickboxer, and former boxer with multiple championships in all three disciplines As a mixed martial artist, he currently competes in the Middleweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he is a former UFC Middleweight Champion In kickboxing, he is a former Glory Middleweight Championship title challenger As of November 14, 2022, he is #1 in the UFC middleweight rankings, and #6 in the UFC men’s pound-for-pound rankings

Adesanya is widely regarded as one of the best strikers in mixed martial arts, both offensively and defensively

Early life and background

Adesanya was born in Lagos, Nigeria, the eldest of five children His father, Oluwafemi, is an accountant and his mother, Taiwo, is a nurse Adesanya attended Chrisland School, Opebi, and enrolled in its Taekwondo after-school club until he was removed by his mother due to an injury In 1999, he relocated to Ghana with his family for 10 months, but due to his parents wanting their children to receive a well-recognised higher education, he settled in Rotorua, New Zealand, at age 10 and attended Rotorua Boys’ High School Adesanya was not interested in sports during high school; instead he was interested in Japanese anime such as Death Note and the manga series Naruto Adesanya was bullied during his high school years and attributes the mistreatment he experienced to his decision to pursue martial arts later in life

Following high school graduation, Adesanya enrolled in a Bachelor of Science in Computer Design at the Universal College of Learning in Whanganui At the age of 18, he started training in kickboxing, after being inspired by the Muay Thai film Ong-Bak Two years later Adesanya made the decision to cease his studies in pursuit of a career in kickboxing and went on to amass an amateur record of 32–0 before turning professional and fighting in China At the age of 21, Adesanya moved to Auckland, New Zealand, and began training in mixed martial arts under Eugene Bareman at City Kickboxing, with future UFC fighters such as Dan Hooker, Kai Kara-France and current UFC Featherweight Champion Alexander Volkanovski He trains in wrestling under the Romanian New Zealander Andrei Păuleț

Adesanya is multilingual He is fluent in Yoruba, Nigerian Pidgin and English

Professional kickboxing career

Early beginnings

In May 2010, Adesanya won the first fight of his seven-fight winning streak, defeating Tim Atonio by unanimous decision He won his next six fights, fighting almost exclusively with Wu Lin Feng in China His winning streak earned him a place in the 2014 Kunlun Fight 80 kg tournament, held during Kunlun Fight 2 He lost the semifinal bout against Simon Marcus by an extra round split decision Adesanya afterwards made his Glory debut at Glory 15, when he faced Filip Verlinden Verlinden won the fight by unanimous decision The two of them fought a rematch at Glory of Heroes 3, two years after their first fight, with Adesanya winning a unanimous decision

Adesanya participated in the King in the Ring Cruiserweights II tournament of the regional circuit in New Zealand In the quarterfinal, he beat Slava Alexeichik by unanimous decision, in the semifinal he beat Pati Afoa by knockout and won the tournament with a knockout of Jamie Eades Six months later, he took part in the 2015 Cruiserweights III tournament He scored technical knockouts of Kim Loudon and Mark Timms in the quarterfinal and semifinal bouts respectively, before winning the tournament for the second time with a first-round knockout of Pati Afoa

Moving up in weight, Adesanya participated in the 2015 The Heavyweights III, as well He defeated Nase Foai by TKO in the quarterfinal and Dan Roberts by KO in the semifinal, before facing Jamie Eades in the finals The two had previously met in the final of the 2014 Cruiserweight tournament Adesanya won the tournament final by unanimous decision

Glory Middleweight Championship

Adesanya won five of his next six fights, including victories over Yousri Belgaroui and Bogdan Stoica His loss came at the hands of future GLORY Middleweight champion Alex Pereira, who won by unanimous decision

Adesanya participated in the 2016 Glory Middleweight Contender Tournament He defeated Robert Thomas by unanimous decision in the semifinals, and won the tournament with a split decision victory over Yousri Belgaroui He fought Jason Wilnis for the Glory Middleweight championship at Glory 37: Los Angeles Wilnis won the fight by unanimous decision, although the result was considered controversial

His last kickboxing fight, before transitioning to mixed martial arts, was a rematch with Alex Pereira at Glory of Heroes 7 Pereira won the fight by knockout, after dropping Adesanya with a short left hook in the third round

Professional mixed martial arts career

Early career

Adesanya made his professional debut in 2012, with a TKO win against James Griffiths He scored another TKO win against John Vake, before taking a two-year hiatus from mixed martial arts He returned to MMA in August 2015, when he won the fight against Song Kenan by TKO He went on to amass an 8–0 record, fighting mostly in Oceanian and Chinese circuits During this run, he won the AFC Middleweight Championship at Australia Fighting Championship 20 with a first-round TKO over Melvin Guillard, as well as the Hex Fight Series Middleweight championship with a first-round KO of Stuart Dare

Ultimate Fighting Championship

In December 2017, it was announced that Adesanya had signed a contract with the UFC He made his debut against Rob Wilkinson on 11 February 2018, at UFC 221 He won the fight via technical knockout in the second round This win earned him the Performance of the Night bonus Adesanya’s next fight took place on 14 April 2018, against Marvin Vettori at UFC on Fox 29 He won the match by split decision

Adesanya then faced Brad Tavares on 6 July 2018, at The Ultimate Fighter 27 Finale Adesanya won the one-sided fight via unanimous decision This win earned him his second Performance of the Night award

Adesanya faced Derek Brunson on 3 November 2018, at UFC 230 He won the fight via technical knockout in round one This win earned him the Performance of the Night award for a third time

While initially expected to serve as the co-main event, Adesanya faced former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva on 10 February 2019, in the main event of UFC 234 He won the fight via unanimous decision This fight earned both competitors the Fight of the Night award

UFC Middleweight Championship

Adesanya faced Kelvin Gastelum for the interim UFC Middleweight Championship on 13 April 2019, in the co-main event of UFC 236 He won the back-and-forth fight via unanimous decision, with all three judges scoring the fight 48-46 This fight earned him the Fight of the Night award The fight was widely regarded as the best fight of the year, earning the nomination from most of the MMA news outlets

Adesanya then faced Robert Whittaker in a title unification bout on 6 October 2019, headlining UFC 243 for UFC Middleweight Championship After a knockdown in last second of the first round, Adesanya won the fight via knockout in the second round This win earned him his fourth Performance of the Night award

Adesanya next faced three-time UFC title challenger Yoel Romero on 7 March 2020 UFC 248 He won the fight via unanimous decision, with scores of 48–47, 48–47 and 49–46 and defended his title for the first time Many fans and pundits felt disappointed due to the low activity by both fighters which resulted in a largely uneventful fight in which neither fighter was able to deliver any significant offense

In his next title defense, Adesanya faced fellow undefeated fighter Paulo Costa on 27 September 2020 at UFC 253 This marked the first time two male unbeaten mixed martial artists met in a title fight since 2009 He won the fight via technical knockout in the second round This win earned him his fifth Performance of the Night award After the bout, Adesanya’s visible right-breast gynecomastia drummed up controversy due to possible PEDs use, though Adesanya claimed it was due to his usage of marijuana Adesanya also caused additional controversy by simulating anal sex on the prone Costa at the end of the fight

Adesanya moved up a weight class and faced Jan Błachowicz for the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship on 6 March 2021, headlining UFC 259 At the weight-ins, Adesanya weighed 200 pounds, five pounds away from the light heavyweight limit He lost the fight via unanimous decision, with scores of 49–46, 49–45 and 49–45, marking the first time he has been defeated in mixed martial arts

Adesanya rematched Marvin Vettori for the UFC Middleweight Championship on 12 June 2021, headlining UFC 263 Adesanya controlled a majority of the fight winning via unanimous decision, with all three judges scoring the fight 50–45

A rematch between Adesanya and Robert Whittaker for the UFC Middleweight Championship took place on 12 February 2022 at UFC 271 Adesanya won the rematch via unanimous decision, with scores of 48–47, 48–47 and 49–46

Adesanya faced Jared Cannonier on 2 July 2022, at UFC 276 He won the bout via unanimous decision This win earn him the Cryptocom Fan Bonus of the Night first place award which paid in bitcoin of US$30,000

Adesanya fought his would-be sixth consecutive title defense against Alex Pereira, who had two victories against him in kickboxing, on 12 November 2022 at UFC 281 Adesanya lost the fight and title via technical knockout in the fifth round, his first loss at middleweight

Professional boxing career

Prizefighting tournaments

Adesanya began his professional boxing career in November 2014 against two-time Australian champion Daniel Ammann He was granted one of two wildcards to enter the inaugural cruiserweight Super 8 Boxing Tournament The event was headlined by Shane Cameron and Kali Meehan at the North Shore Events Centre in Auckland, New Zealand He suffered a controversial loss via unanimous decision after he looked to have outpointed Ammann in the quarter-finals

Adesanya re-entered the Super 8 tournament in May 2015, held at Horncastle Arena in Christchurch It was the second cruiserweight series with the winner receiving $25,000 NZD and a new car He won his first professional fight against fellow New Zealander Asher Derbyshire in the first seed Adesanya knocked his opponent out in the second round In the second fight of the tournament, Adesanya won a majority decision against Lance Bryant In the tournament final, he defeated Brian Minto by split decision

Adesanya fought in the 2015 Super 8 Cruiserweight tournament He won his semifinal match against Zane Hopman by unanimous decision, and defended the cruiserweight crown with a unanimous decision win against Lance Bryant in the final

Controversies

In February 2020, Adesanya came under fire for comments made at the UFC 248 pre-fight press conference, where he said he would make opponent Yoel Romero “crumble like the Twin Towers”, referencing the September 11 attacks The following day, Adesanya made an apology on his Instagram page, saying “I was simply rambling and my brain worked faster than my mouth in a moment to choose the wrong euphemism You speak on the mic enough times and you’re bound to miss the mark with some bars I did on this one and for that I’m sorry I’ll be more careful in future with my words”

On 25 March 2021, New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Sport, Grant Robertson, spoke out against Adesanya’s “flippant comments” on his Instagram “Bro, I will fuckin’ rape you” aimed at fellow UFC middleweight fighter, Kevin Holland Robertson commented “I’m sure Israel understands that, I believe he has deleted the tweet in question It will be up to the UFC as to what they do But I would certainly be making clear to him , and to anybody actually, that we have to take rape seriously It’s not an issue that anyone should be making jokes or flippant comments about at all”

On 16 November 2022, Adesanya was arrested at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York City for the possession of brass knuckles

Personal life

Before taking up fighting, Adesanya regularly competed in dance competitions across New Zealand He highlighted his passion for dance in a choreographed walkout at UFC 243

Adesanya is a fan of anime and has stated he would like to start an anime production company after retiring from fighting His nickname “The Last Stylebender” is a reference to Avatar: The Last Airbender, an anime-influenced cartoon series Adesanya has the image of one of the show’s main characters, Toph Beifong, tattooed on his forearm

In September 2020, he became the first mixed martial arts athlete to sign a sponsorship deal with Puma Adesanya was also signed as an ambassador for Stakecom in January 2021

Views and positions

Adesanya endorsed a “yes” vote in the 2020 New Zealand cannabis referendum

In June 2021, Adesanya advocated tougher penalties against coward punching following the death of his training partner Fau Vake, who died after being punched in the head the previous month

Championships and accomplishments

Boxing

  • Super 8 Boxing Tournament
    • Super 8 III Cruiserweight Champion (eight man Tournament)
    • Super 8 IV Cruiserweight Champion (four man Tournament)

Kickboxing

  • King in the Ring
    • King in the Ring 86 kg II Champion (Eight Man Tournament)
    • King in the Ring 86 kg III Champion (Eight Man Tournament)
    • King in the Ring 100kgs II Champion (Eight Man Tournament)
  • Glory
    • 2016 Glory Middleweight Contender Tournament Winner (Four Man Tournament)

Awards

  • Combat Press
    • 2017 Fight of the Year (vs Alex Pereira)

Mixed martial arts

  • Ultimate Fighting Championship
    • UFC Middleweight Championship (One time)
      • Five successful title defenses
    • Interim UFC Middleweight Championship (One time)
    • Performance of the Night (Five times) vs Rob Wilkinson, Brad Tavares, Derek Brunson, Robert Whittaker and Paulo Costa
    • Fight of the Night (Two times) vs Anderson Silva and Kelvin Gastelum
    • Most Knockdowns in a UFC Title Fight (4)
    • Second longest winning streak in the UFC Middleweight division history (12)
    • Second most title fight wins in the UFC Middleweight division history (7)
    • Longest average fight time in the UFC Middleweight division history (1755)
  • Australian Fighting Championship
    • AFC Middleweight Champion (one time)
  • Hex Fighting Series Middleweight
    • Hex Fighting Series Middleweight Champion (one time)
  • MMAJunkiecom
    • 2018 Newcomer of the Year
    • 2019 April Fight of the Month vs Kelvin Gastelum
    • 2019 Fight of the Year vs Kelvin Gastelum
    • 2019 Male Fighter of the Year
  • MMA Fighting
    • 2018 Breakthrough Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 Fight of the Year vs Kelvin Gastelum
    • 2019 Fighter of the Year
  • CombatPresscom
    • 2018 Breakout Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 Male Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 Fight of the Year vs Kelvin Gastelum
  • CagesidePresscom
    • 2019 Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 Fight of the Year vs Kelvin Gastelum
  • MMADNAnl
    • 2018 Rising Star of the Year
  • The Body Lock
    • 2019 Fighter of the Year
  • World MMA Awards
    • 2018 Breakthrough Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 – July 2020 Charles ‘Mask’ Lewis Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 – July 2020 International Fighter of the Year^
    • 2021 International Fighter of the Year^
  • ^ Voting period for 2019 awards ran from January 2019 to July 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic Subsequently, the voting period for 2021 awards ran from July 2020 to July 2021
  • MMAManiacom
    • 2019 Fighter of the Year
    • 2019 Fight of the Year vs Kelvin Gastelum
  • Halberg Awards
    • 2019 New Zealand Sportsman of the Year
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter
    • Most Outstanding Fighter of the Year (2019, 2020)
    • MMA Match of the Year (vs Kelvin Gastelum, 2019)

Pay-per-view bouts

No Event Fight Date Venue City PPV buys
1 UFC 234 Adesanya vs Silva 10 February 2019 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, Australia 175,000
2 UFC 253 Adesanya vs Costa 27 September 2020 Flash Forum Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 700,000
3 UFC 259 Błachowicz vs Adesanya 6 March 2021 UFC Apex Las Vegas, Nevada, US 800,000
4 UFC 263 Adesanya vs Vettori 2 12 June 2021 Gila River Arena Glendale, Arizona, US 600,000
5 UFC 276 Adesanya vs Cannonier 2 July 2022 T-Mobile Arena Las Vegas, Nevada, US 400,000
Total sales 2,675,000

Mixed martial arts record

Professional record breakdown
25 matches 23 wins 2 losses
By knockout 15 1
By decision 8 1
Res Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 23–2 Alex Pereira TKO (punches) UFC 281 12 November 2022 5 2:01 New York City, New York, United States Lost the UFC Middleweight Championship
Win 23–1 Jared Cannonier Decision (unanimous) UFC 276 2 July 2022 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Defended the UFC Middleweight Championship
Win 22–1 Robert Whittaker Decision (unanimous) UFC 271 12 February 2022 5 5:00 Houston, Texas, United States Defended the UFC Middleweight Championship
Win 21–1 Marvin Vettori Decision (unanimous) UFC 263 12 June 2021 5 5:00 Glendale, Arizona, United States Defended the UFC Middleweight Championship
Loss 20–1 Jan Błachowicz Decision (unanimous) UFC 259 6 March 2021 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Light Heavyweight debut For the UFC Light Heavyweight Championship
Win 20–0 Paulo Costa TKO (punches and elbows) UFC 253 27 September 2020 2 3:59 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Defended the UFC Middleweight Championship Performance of the Night
Win 19–0 Yoel Romero Decision (unanimous) UFC 248 7 March 2020 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Defended the UFC Middleweight Championship
Win 18–0 Robert Whittaker KO (punches) UFC 243 6 October 2019 2 3:33 Melbourne, Australia Won and unified the UFC Middleweight Championship Performance of the Night
Win 17–0 Kelvin Gastelum Decision (unanimous) UFC 236 13 April 2019 5 5:00 Atlanta, Georgia, United States Won the interim UFC Middleweight Championship Fight of the Night
Win 16–0 Anderson Silva Decision (unanimous) UFC 234 10 February 2019 3 5:00 Melbourne, Australia Fight of the Night
Win 15–0 Derek Brunson TKO (knees and punches) UFC 230 3 November 2018 1 4:51 New York City, New York, United States Performance of the Night
Win 14–0 Brad Tavares Decision (unanimous) The Ultimate Fighter: Undefeated Finale 6 July 2018 5 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States Performance of the Night
Win 13–0 Marvin Vettori Decision (split) UFC on Fox: Poirier vs Gaethje 14 April 2018 3 5:00 Glendale, Arizona, United States
Win 12–0 Rob Wilkinson TKO (knees and punches) UFC 221 11 February 2018 2 3:37 Perth, Australia Performance of the Night
Win 11–0 Stuart Dare KO (head kick) Hex Fighting Series 12 24 November 2017 1 4:53 Melbourne, Australia Won the vacant Hex Fight Series Middleweight Championship
Win 10–0 Melvin Guillard TKO (punches) AFC 20 28 July 2017 1 4:49 Melbourne, Australia Won the AFC Middleweight Championship
Win 9–0 Murad Kuramagomedov TKO (punches) Wu Lin Feng: EPIC 4 28 May 2016 2 1:05 Henan, China
Win 8–0 Andrew Flores Smith TKO (corner stoppage) Glory of Heroes 2 7 May 2016 1 5:00 Shenzhen, China
Win 7–0 Dibir Zagirov TKO (punches) Wu Lin Feng: EPIC 2 13 March 2016 2 2:23 Henan, China
Win 6–0 Vladimir Katykhin TKO (doctor stoppage) Wu Lin Feng: EPIC 1 13 January 2016 2 2:13 Henan, China
Win 5–0 Gele Qing TKO (elbows) Wu Lin Feng 2015: New Zealand vs China 19 September 2015 2 3:37 Auckland, New Zealand
Win 4–0 Maui Tuigamala TKO (kick to the body) Fair Pay Fighting 1 5 September 2015 2 1:25 Auckland, New Zealand
Win 3–0 Song Kenan TKO (head kick) The Legend of Emei 3 8 August 2015 1 1:59 Shahe, China
Win 2–0 John Vake TKO (punches) Shuriken MMA: Best of the Best 15 June 2013 1 4:43 Auckland, New Zealand
Win 1–0 James Griffiths TKO (punches) Supremacy Fighting Championship 9 24 March 2012 1 2:09 Auckland, New Zealand Middleweight debut

Professional kickboxing record (incomplete)

Kickboxing record (incomplete)
75 wins, 5 losses, 0 draws
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time Record
2017-03-04 Loss Alex Pereira Glory of Heroes 7 Sao Paulo, Brazil KO (left hook) 3 0:42 30–5
2017-01-20 Loss Jason Wilnis Glory 37: Los Angeles Los Angeles, California, US Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 30–4
For the Glory Middleweight Championship
2016-10-21 Win Yousri Belgaroui Glory 34: Denver – Middleweight Contender Tournament Finals Broomfield, Colorado, US Decision (split) 3 3:00 30–3
Wins Glory 34: Denver – Middleweight Contender Tournament Championship
2016-10-21 Win Robert Thomas Glory 34: Denver – Middleweight Contender Tournament, Semi Finals Broomfield, Colorado, US Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 29–3
2016-10-01 Win Bogdan Stoica Glory of Heroes 5 Zhengzhou, China KO (left mid kick) 2 1:45 28–3
2016-09-17 Win Romain Falendry Rise of Heroes 1 Chaoyang, Liaoning, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 27–3
2016-08-06 Win Yousri Belgaroui Glory of Heroes 4 Changzhi, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 26–3
2016-07-02 Win Filip Verlinden Glory of Heroes 3 Jiyuan, Henan, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 13–2
2016-06-25 Win Vitaly Kodin Wu Lin Feng China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 25–3
2016-04-02 Loss Alex Pereira Glory of Heroes 1 Shenzhen, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 24–3
2016-01-30 Win Carl N’Diaye The Legend of Emei 7 – Wenjiang Wenjiang, China KO (left hook to the body) 1 3:00 24–2
2015-10-31 Win Jamie Eades King in the Ring 100 – The Heavyweights III, Final Auckland, New Zealand Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 23–2
Wins King in the Ring 100 – The Heavyweights III Tournament Championship
2015-10-31 Win Dan Roberts King in the Ring 100 – The Heavyweights III, Semi Finals Auckland, New Zealand KO 1 0:26 22–2
2015-10-31 Win Nase Foai King in the Ring 100 – The Heavyweights III, Quarter Finals Auckland, New Zealand TKO 3 N/A 21–2
2015-04-11 Win Pati Afoa King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights III, Final Auckland, New Zealand KO 1 N/A 20–2
Wins King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights III Tournament Championship
2015-04-11 Win Mark Timms King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights III, Semi Finals Auckland, New Zealand TKO 2 N/A 19–2
2015-04-11 Win Kim Loudon King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights III, Quarter Finals Auckland, New Zealand TKO 3 N/A 18–2
2015-02-14 Win Kim Loudon Knees of Fury 50 Adelaide, Australia TKO 4 N/A 17–2
2014-08-30 Win Jamie Eades King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights II, Final Auckland, New Zealand KO 1 N/A 16–2
Wins King in the Ring 86– The Cruiserweights II Tournament Championship
2014-08-30 Win Pati Afoa King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights II, Semi Finals Auckland, New Zealand KO N/A N/A 15–2
2014-08-30 Win Slava Alexeichik King in the Ring 86 – The Cruiserweights II, Quarter Finals Auckland, New Zealand Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 14–2
2014-04-12 Loss Filip Verlinden Glory 15: Istanbul Istanbul, Turkey Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 12–2
2014-02-16 Loss Simon Marcus Kunlun Fight 2 – 80kg tournament, Semi Finals Zhengzhou, China Ext R Decision (split) 4 3:00 12–1
2013-11-27 Win Qin Shan Wu Lin Feng 2013 Anyang, China TKO 3 N/A 12–0
2013 Win Nurla Mulali Wu Lin Feng 2013 Kashi, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 11–0
2012-07-21 Win Niu Xiaoqiang Wu Lin Feng 2012 Auckland, New Zealand KO (punches) 3 N/A 10–0
2012-06-23 Win Xu Yi Wu Lin Feng 2012 Foshan, China Decision (unanimous) 3 3:00 9–0
2011-09-24 Win Guo Qiang Wu Lin Feng 2011 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia TKO (referee stoppage) 3 N/A 8–0
2011-02-12 Win Eds Eramiha Rumble in the Ville Auckland, New Zealand Decision (unanimous) 5 2:00 7–0
2010-05-16 Win Tim Atonio Fight Force Melbourne, Australia Decision (unanimous) 5 2:00 6–0
2010-12-04 Win Eds Eramiha Puma 8 Man Tournament New Zealand N/A N/A N/A 5–0
2010-12-04 Win Ti’i Nanai Puma 8 Man Tournament New Zealand N/A N/A N/A 4–0
2010-12-04 Win Areta Gilbert Puma 8 Man Tournament New Zealand N/A N/A N/A 3–0
2010-07-17 Win Ben Davis Lee Gar 35th Year Anniversary New Zealand N/A N/A N/A 2–0
2010-04-23 Win Jerry Seagar Bring the South to the City 3 New Zealand N/A N/A N/A 1–0
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Professional boxing record

6 fights 5 wins 1 loss
By knockout 1 0
By decision 4 1
No Result Record Opponent Type Round, time Date Location Notes
6 Win 5–1 Lance Bryant UD 3 3 Nov 2015 SkyCity, Auckland, New Zealand Super 8 Boxing Tournament IV: cruiserweight final
5 Win 4–1 Zane Hopman UD 3 3 Nov 2015 SkyCity, Auckland, New Zealand Super 8 Boxing Tournament IV: cruiserweight semi-final
4 Win 3–1 Brian Minto SD 3 28 Mar 2015 Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, New Zealand Super 8 Boxing Tournament III: cruiserweight final
3 Win 2–1 Lance Bryant MD 3 28 Mar 2015 Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, New Zealand Super 8 Boxing Tournament III: cruiserweight semi-final
2 Win 1–1 Asher Derbyshire KO 2 (3) 28 Mar 2015 Horncastle Arena, Christchurch, New Zealand Super 8 Boxing Tournament III: cruiserweight quarter-final
1 Loss 0–1 Daniel Ammann UD 3 22 Nov 2014 North Shore Events Centre, Auckland, New Zealand Super 8 Boxing Tournament II: cruiserweight quarter-final

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