Muslim Salikhov

Muslim Salikhov (born June 9, 1984), is a Russian mixed martial artist and Sanda fighter who currently competes in welterweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). A multiple time Wushu Sanda world champion, Salikhov occupies a place alongside Hossein Ojaghi as one of only two non-Chinese athletes to have won the Wushu Sanda King's Cup.

Muslim Salikhov
Муслим Салихов
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Muslim Salikhov in 2020
BornMuslim Magomedovich Salikhov
(1984-06-09) June 9, 1984 (age 38)
Makhachkala, Dagestan ASSR, USSR
Other namesKing of Kung Fu[1]
ResidenceBuynaksk, Dagestan, Russia
NationalityRussian
Height5 ft 11 in (180 cm)[1]
Weight170 lb (77 kg; 12 st 2 lb)
DivisionWelterweight
Reach69+12 in (177 cm)[1]
StyleSanda, Changquan, Kickboxing, Shuai Jiao
Fighting out ofKhasavyurt, Dagestan, Russia
TeamBerkut FC[2]
American Top Team[3]
RankHonored Master of Sports in Wushu Sanda[4]
Master of Sports in Complex Martial Arts[4]
Blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu[4]
Years active2011–present
Kickboxing record
Total199
Wins185
By knockout76
Losses13
By knockout1
Draws1
Mixed martial arts record
Total21
Wins18
By knockout12
By submission2
By decision4
Losses3
By knockout1
By submission2
Other information
Notable school(s)Five Directions of the World
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog
Muslim Salikhov
Medal record
Representing  Russia
Men's Sanda
Olympic Games (Unofficial)
Gold medal – first place 2008 Beijing 85 kg
World Games
Silver medal – second place 2009 Kaohsiung 85 kg
World Combat Games
Gold medal – first place 2013 St. Peterburg 80 kg
Bronze medal – third place 2010 Beijing 85 kg
World Championships
Gold medal – first place 2015 Jakarta 80 kg
Silver medal – second place 2013 Kuala Lumpur 80 kg
Gold medal – first place 2011 Ankara 80 kg
Gold medal – first place 2009 Toronto 85 kg
Gold medal – first place 2007 Beijing 85 kg
Gold medal – first place 2005 Hanoi 80 kg

Personal lifeEdit

Muslim Salikhov was born in Buynaksk, Dagestan, his ethnicity is Kumyk.[5] In 1995, he began to practice Wushu Sanda at the Five Directions of the World, a school famous for combining general and martial arts education.

Muslim is an alumnus of the famous Dagestani sports-dedicated boarding school Five Directions of the World.[6]

WushuEdit

Wushu SandaEdit

Salikhov faced Liu Hailong who held the title "King of Sanda" at the 2003 World Wushu Championships in Macau. Both were evenly matched, with Liu Hailong declared the winner.[7] Salikhov was the Sanshou champion at the 2004 European Wushu Championships held in Moscow and he became the World Champion in 2005. Muslim Salikhov is often acknowledged as one of the best Wushu Sanda competitors in history.[8]

In February 2006, he participated in the first international "King of Sanda" tournament in Chongqing and became the first non-Chinese to win the title.[9] He again won the world title in 2007[8] and 2009.[10] At the World Wushu Championships, he became one of the most decorated sanda athletes of all time and was the first sanda athlete to win five gold medals.[11] He was also a gold medalist at the 2008 Beijing Wushu Tournament,[12] and won medals at the 2009 World Games and the World Combat Games.[13]

Mixed martial artsEdit

Early careerEdit

Salikhov made his professional MMA debut in July 2011. Over the next year and a half, he earned a record of two wins and one loss.

M-1 GlobalEdit

By early 2013, Salikhov signed with M-1 Global, preparing with Phuket Top Team for his mixed martial arts debut.[14][15] He fought three times for the promotion, going undefeated during this run.

Other promotionsEdit

Beginning in 2015, Salikhov fought for various regional promotions in China and Russia. He has fought seven times over the last two years, again remaining undefeated in this run with six of the sevens wins coming via knockout.

Salikhov notched his biggest win to date when he earned a victory over UFC and Bellator vet Melvin Guillard by spinning hook kick.[16]

Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipEdit

On October 19, 2017, Salikhov signed with the UFC.[17]

In his debut for the promotion, Salikhov faced Alex Garcia on November 25, 2017 at UFC Fight Night 122.[18] He lost the fight via submission in the second round.[19]

Salikhov faced Abdul Razak Alhassan on April 14, 2018 on UFC on FOX 29.[20] However, Alhassan was pulled from the card, citing injury, and he was replaced by promotional newcomer Ricky Rainey.[21] He won the fight via technical knock out in round two.[22]

On July 20, 2018, Salikhov was notified of a potential doping violation by USADA from an out-of-competition sample collected on June 7, 2018.[23] On March 4, 2019 Salikhov was cleared of USADA suspension as USADA could not determine if Salikhov had ingested oral Turinabol a year before he was signed to the UFC and entered the USADA drug-testing program.[24]

Salikhov faced Nordine Taleb on September 7, 2019 at UFC 242.[25] He won the fight via knockout in the first round.[26] This win earned him the Performance of the Night award.[27]

Salikhov faced Laureano Staropoli on October 26, 2019 at UFC on ESPN+ 20.[28] He won the fight via unanimous decision.[29]

Salikhov was expected to face Niko Price on April 11, 2020 at UFC Fight Night: Overeem vs. Harris.[30] However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was eventually postponed and pairing scrapped.[31]

Salikhov faced Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos on July 11, 2020 at UFC 251.[32] He won the fight via a split decision.[33]

Salikhov was scheduled to face Cláudio Silva on October 18, 2020 at UFC Fight Night 180.[34] However on October 4, it was announced that Salikhov pulled out due to undisclosed reasons and was replaced by James Krause.[35]

Salikhov was scheduled to face Santiago Ponzinibbio on January 16, 2021 at UFC on ABC 1.[36] However, Salikhov pulled out of the bout in mid-December citing health issues after contracting COVID-19.[37]

Salikhov faced Francisco Trinaldo on June 5, 2021 at UFC Fight Night 189.[38] He won the fight via unanimous decision.[39]

Salikhov was scheduled to face Michel Pereira on January 15, 2022 at UFC on ESPN 32.[40] However, Salikhov withdrew from the bout for undisclosed reasons and the bout was cancelled.[41]

Salikhov faced Li Jingliang on July 16, 2022, at UFC on ABC 3.[42] He lost the fight via techincal knockout in the second round.[43]

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

Mixed martial arts recordEdit

Professional record breakdown
21 matches 18 wins 3 losses
By knockout 12 1
By submission 2 2
By decision 4 0
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 18–3 Li Jingliang TKO (punches and elbows) UFC on ABC: Ortega vs. Rodríguez July 16, 2022 2 4:38 Elmont, New York, United States
Win 18–2 Francisco Trinaldo Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Rozenstruik vs. Sakai June 5, 2021 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 17–2 Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos Decision (split) UFC 251 July 12, 2020 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Win 16–2 Laureano Staropoli Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Maia vs. Askren October 26, 2019 3 5:00 Kallang, Singapore
Win 15–2 Nordine Taleb KO (punch) UFC 242 September 7, 2019 1 4:26 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Performance of the Night.
Win 14–2 Ricky Rainey KO (punches) UFC on Fox: Poirier vs. Gaethje April 14, 2018 2 3:56 Glendale, Arizona, United States
Loss 13–2 Alex Garcia Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Gastelum November 25, 2017 2 3:22 Shanghai, China
Win 13–1 Melvin Guillard KO (spinning hook kick) Kunlun Fight MMA 12 June 1, 2017 1 1:33 Yantai, China Catchweight (181 lb) bout; Guillard missed weight.
Win 12–1 Akoundou Epelet Evy Johannes Submission (arm-triangle choke) International Pro Fighting Championship: YunFeg Showdown May 25, 2017 1 3:23 Shandong, China
Win 11–1 Ivan Jorge KO (spinning back kick) Kunlun Fight: Cage Fight Series 6 October 21, 2016 1 1:04 Yiwu, China
Win 10–1 Gang Zhang Submission (arm-triangle choke) Superstar Fight 3 May 21, 2016 1 N/A Harbin, China
Win 9–1 Artem Shokalo KO (spinning back kick) Cage Fighting: Dagestan April 2, 2016 1 2:31 Makhachkala, Russia
Win 8–1 Kurbanjiang Tuluosibake TKO (spinning back kick and punches) Bullets Fly FC 3 January 16, 2016 1 0:18 Hebei, China Catchweight (174 lb) bout.
Win 7–1 Tsuyoshi Yamashita TKO (punches) W.I.N. FC July 18, 2015 1 N/A Guangdong, China
Win 6–1 Gele Qing KO (punches) CKF World Federation: Zhong Wu Ultimate Fighting April 18, 2015 1 3:50 Beijing, China
Win 5–1 Victor Sckoteski TKO (punches) M-1 Challenge 53 November 25, 2014 1 4:27 Beijing, China
Win 4–1 Filip Kotarlic KO (punch) M-1 Challenge 44 November 30, 2013 1 3:05 Tula, Russia Welterweight debut.
Win 3–1 Deyan Topalski Decision (unanimous) M-1 Challenge 38 April 9, 2013 3 5:00 Saint Petersburg, Russia
Loss 2–1 Kris Hocum Submission (rear-naked choke) Beirut Elite Fighting Championship: First Blood December 15, 2012 1 1:40 Beirut, Lebanon
Win 2–0 Dankao Sakda KO (punch) Top of the Forbidden City 4 August 19, 2011 1 6:56 Beijing, China
Win 1–0 Wang Hong Tao TKO (arm injury) Top of the Forbidden City 2 July 22, 2011 1 0:51 Beijing, China Middleweight debut.

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Sanda and kickboxing professional record (incomplete)Edit

Kickboxing record (incomplete)
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2017-07-16 Win   Fang Qingquan Fight King international Championship Final Lantian, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2016-12-10 Win   Nuerla Mulali Kunlun Fight 55 80 kg 2016 Tournament Reserve Fight Qingdao, China KO (Spinning Backfist) 2 2:00
2016-01-31 Win   Fu Gaofeng Changbai Mountain Hero 2016 Jilin, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2014-01-11 Loss   Nuerla Mulali Hongdu Real estate & Qiancheng group Championship Dalian, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2012-12-31 Loss   Xu Yi Wu Lin Feng Global Kung Fu Festival Beijing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2012-01-01 Win   Li Baoming Ultimate Fighter 2012 Changsha, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2011-10-22 Loss   Fu Gaofeng Shandong Heroes 2011 Yantai, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Wins WBC Muaythai international challenge in China at Cruiserweight
2011-06-18 Win   Li Baoming WBC Muaythai China Championships[46] Hunan, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2011-04-23 Win   Guo Qiang WBC Muaythai China Championships Nanning, China KO 2
2011-01-18 Loss   Fu Jiachun 2011 China vs Russia Sanshou Tournament -80 kg Harbin, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-07-17 Loss   Steve McKinnon 1st World Kung Fu King Championship (世界功夫王争霸赛) 75–90 kg, Quarter Finals Guangzhou, China Decision (Unanimous) 5 5:00
2009-06-26 Win   Stéphane Attelly 1er Gala International Multi-boxes[47] Paris, France
2009-03-14 Loss   Yu Jin 4th Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Finals[48] Chongqing, China KO 2
Fight was for 2009 KFK Tournament (80kg) title.
2009-03-14 Win   Xu Jiaheng 4th Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Semi Finals Chongqing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2009-03-12 Win   Yang Yuanfei 4th Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Quarter Finals Chongqing, China KO 2
2009-03-10 Win   Eduardo Bernadette Filho 4th Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), 1/8 Finals Chongqing, China KO 2
2007-08-01 Win   Fang Bian 2007 China vs Russia Sanshou Tournament -80 kg Harbin, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2007-03-23 Loss   Bai Jinbin 2nd Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Semi Finals[49] Chongqing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-02-26 Win   Gele Qing 1st Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Finals[50] Chongqing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
Wins the 2006 KFK Tournament (80kg).
2006-02-26 Win   Zhang Tingbin 1st Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Semi Finals Chongqing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-02-25 Win   Aotegen Bateer 1st Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), Quarter Finals Chongqing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00
2006-02-24 Win   Xue Fengqiang 1st Kung Fu King Tournament (国际武术搏击争霸赛), 1/8 Finals Chongqing, China Decision (Unanimous) 3 3:00

Sanda amateur record (incomplete)Edit

Kickboxing record (incomplete)
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time
2015-11-17 Win   Fu Gaofeng 13th World Wushu Championships, Final Jakarta, Indonesia Decision 3 2:00
2015-11-17 Win   Bagdat Kenzhetayev 13th World Wushu Championships, Semi Finals Jakarta, Indonesia Decision 3 2:00
2015-11-17 Win   Moumou Abdelhakim 13th World Wushu Championships, Quarter Finals Jakarta, Indonesia Decision 3 2:00
2013-11-05 Loss   Amir Fazli 12th World Wushu Championships, Final Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Decision (2-1) 3 2:00
2013-11-04 Win   Alejandro Cisne 12th World Wushu Championships, Semi Finals Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2013-11-03 Win   Mergen Bilyalov 12th World Wushu Championships, Quarter Finals Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2013-11-02 Win   Rolich Vadzim 12th World Wushu Championships, 1/8 Finals Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2013-10-26 Win   Nacereddine Zemmal 2nd World Combat Games, Final Saint Petersburg, Russia
2013-10-25 Win   Ashraf Mohamed Abdelgawad Abdelhamid 2nd World Combat Games, Semi Finals Saint Petersburg, Russia
2011-10-15 Win   Abdelhamid El-Sayad 11th World Wushu Championships, Final Ankara, Turkey Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2011-10-14 Win   Nacereddine Zemmal 11th World Wushu Championships, Semi Finals Ankara, Turkey Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2011-10-12 Win   Velaz Miguel 11th World Wushu Championships, Quarter Finals Ankara, Turkey Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2011-10-11 Win   Salvador Gajardo Lopez 11th World Wushu Championships, 1/8 Finals Ankara, Turkey Absolute Victory
2011-10-11 Win   Amir Fazli 11th World Wushu Championships, 1/16 Finals Ankara, Turkey Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2010-08-28 Loss   Xu Jiaheng 1st World Combat Games, Semi Finals Beijing, China Decision (2-1) 3 2:00
2009-10-30 Win   Hamid Reza Gholipour 10th World Wushu Championships, Final Toronto, Canada Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2009-10-28 Win   Xu Jiaheng 10th World Wushu Championships, Semi Finals Toronto, Canada Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2009-10-27 Win   Igor Kolacin 10th World Wushu Championships, Quarter Finals Toronto, Canada Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2009-10-26 Win   Masood Rahimi 10th World Wushu Championships, 1/8 Finals Toronto, Canada Absolute Victory
2009-07-26 Loss   Hamid Reza Gholipour 8th World Games, Finals Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2008-08-24 Win   Hossein Ojaghi 2008 Beijing Wushu Tournament, Final Beijing, China Default
2008-08-23 Win   Nick Evagorou 2008 Beijing Wushu Tournament, Semi Finals Beijing, China KO
2008-08-22 Win   Elshad Ibrahimov 2008 Beijing Wushu Tournament, Quarter Finals Beijing, China Default
2007-11-17 Win   Hossein Ojaghi 9th World Wushu Championships, Final Beijing, China Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2007-11-16 Win   Nick Evagorou 9th World Wushu Championships, Semi Finals Beijing, China Absolute Victory
2007-11-15 Win   Eugen Preda 9th World Wushu Championships, Quarter Finals Beijing, China Decision (2-1) 3 2:00
2007-11-14 Win   Elyorbek Akbarov 9th World Wushu Championships, 1/8 Finals Beijing, China Absolute Victory
2007-11-12 Win   Mohamed Yousef Ramdan 9th World Wushu Championships, 1/16 Finals Beijing, China Decision (2-0) 2 2:00
2006-09-23 Win   Eslam Ghorbani 3rd Sanda World Cup, Final Xi'an, China Decision 3 2:00
2006-09-23 Win   Daniele Chiofalo 3rd Sanda World Cup, Semi Finals Xi'an, China Decision 3 2:00
2005-12-14 Win   Eslam Ghorbani 8th World Wushu Championships, Final Hanoi, Vietnam
2005-12-13 Win   Stéphane Attelly 8th World Wushu Championships, Semi Finals Hanoi, Vietnam
2004-11-14 Loss   Zheng Yuhao 2nd Sanda World Cup, 1/8 Finals Guangzhou, China Decision 3
2003-11-05 Loss   Liu Hailong 7th World Wushu Championships, 1/8 Finals Macau, China Decision 3 2:00

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