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|Born||30 November 1982|
|Wins by KO||3|
Formally of Uzbekistan, Dilshod Mahmudov is now based at BHS boxing gym in Blacktown, where he calls home. Under the watchful eyes of Lincoln Hudson and Fidel Tukel, entered the ring and stopped Yodmongkol Singmanasak (11-5-1,7KO’s) of Thailand in the fourth round, one month later took to the ring against Thai, Sataporn Singwancha (19 – 8, 11KO’s) where he showed his total class in destroying the former WBA #14 in 38 seconds into the first round. On feb 13th in Melbourne he made it 3 from 3, crushing Fijian Opeti Tagi (13 – 5, 8KO’s) again in the first round with a crunching body shot.
As an amateur Mahmudov was a silver medal winner at the world championships in Thailand in 2005. He replicated the silver medal in Moscow in 2008 when he came second at the AIBA world Cup. In the Athens Olympics in 2004 the eventual gold medallist defeated him by a single point and again in Beijing the gold medallist defeated him in similar fashion. In 2003 he defeated Australia’s own international star and former world IBO champion Billy Dib as a lightweight.
He also participated at the 2004 Summer Olympics for his native Asian country. There he was defeated in the round of sixteen of the Light Welterweight (64 kg) division by Cuba's Yudel Johnson. He qualified for the Athens Games by winning the silver medal at the 2004 Asian Amateur Boxing Championships in Puerto Princesa, Philippines. In the final he was defeated by home fighter Romeo Brin.
At the 2007 World Championships he lost in the very first round to Frenchman Alexis Vastine (27:28).
AIBA World Cup Moscow resultsEdit
2008 (as a Light welterweight) Took 2nd place.
World amateur championships resultsEdit
2003 (as a lightweight)
- Defeated Murat Khrachev (Russia) 43-22
- Defeated Bilal Dib (Australia) 21-5
- Lost to Gyula Kate (Hungary) 21-35
2005 (as a Light welterweight)
- Defeated Sergey Kudriavcev (Macedonia) 23-14
- Defeated Dmitrijs Sostaks (Latvia) RSCO
- Defeated Martin Dressen (Germany) 33-13
- Defeated Inocente Fiss (Cuba) 37-21
- Lost to Serik Sapiyev (Kazakhstan) 21-39
2007 (as a Light welterweight)
- Lost to Alexis Vastine (France) 27-28
2004 (as a Light welterweight)
- 1st round bye
- Defeated Alessandro Matos (Brazil) 26-16
- Lost to Yudel Johnson Cedeno (Cuba) 28-32
2008 (as a welterweight)
Professional boxing recordEdit
|Professional record summary|
|4 fights||4 wins||0 losses|
|4||Win||4–0||Rey Anton Olarte||UD||6||23 Sep 2010||Racecourse - Atrium Room, Flemington, Australia|
|3||Win||3–0||Opeti Tagi||TKO||1 (6), 2:43||13 Feb 2010||Tribal Punishment Gym, Epping, Australia|
|2||Win||2–0||Sataporn Singwancha||TKO||1 (4), 0:48||11 Dec 2009||University of New South Wales, Kensington, Australia|
|1||Win||1–0||Yuttana Wongda||TKO||4 (6), 2:26||6 Nov 2009||Leagues Club, Parramatta, Australia||Professional debut|