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Farkhad Akhmejanau
Born

Фархад Атхамавiч Ахмеджанаў
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Native name Фархад Ахмеджанаў
Nationality Belarus Belarusian
Height 1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)
Weight 70 kg (154 lb; 11 st 0 lb)
Division lightweight
Style kickboxing
Stance Orthodox
Fighting out of Minsk, Belarus
Team Gridin Gym
Years active 2009-present
Kickboxing record
Total 51
Wins 34
Losses 17
last updated on: May 13, 2018

Farkhad Akhmejanau (Belarusian: Фархад Атхамавiч Ахмеджанаў; born April 22, 1988), is a Belarusian lightweight kickboxer from Minsk.

Early life[edit | edit source]

Farkhad was born in Tashkent, Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic (now Uzbekistan) on April 22, 1988. Father - Akhmejanau Atham, artist. Mother - Verzchilo Irina, medical worker. A year after the birth of Farkhad, his family emigrated to Belarus. From 10 to 15 years he was engaged in classical boxing under the guidance of his father, who had the rank Candidate Master of Sports of the USSR in boxing. At the same time, he visited the ski racing section. Then two years he was engaged in kickboxing. In 2008, he got into fight club «Sin Tiao», where trained run by trainers Horodilov Igor and Parfenovich Nikolay. In 2010, Farkhad started his training under Gridin Andrey and Kovtik Alexander at the «Chinuk» Gym.

Career[edit | edit source]

Amateur career[edit | edit source]

Farkhad Akhmejanau started his amateur career in 2009. During this time, he twice has become the champion of Belarus in Thai boxing, once - the winner of the Cup of the Republic of Belarus in kickboxing, twice - the champion of Belarus in Muay Thai among students in high school, and has won in the championship of the Border Guard Service in hand-to-hand combat.

Professional career[edit | edit source]

He takes part in professional fights since 2011. In the same year, he became the winner of the «Yarau Cup» tournament and the finalist of the «Knockout Mustang» in Minsk, according to the rules of kickboxing. In 2012, for the first time he fought abroad, where he first won in Prague from Czech Tomášik, and then lost in Marseilles to Dutch fighter Chris van Venroy. At the end of the year Farkhad participated in the tournament TNA World Cup, where in the first round he won by knockout Arthur Alimirzoyev [1], but in the second he lost by split decision to Itay Gershon.

The year 2014 began for him with the defeat of the split decision of the Frenchman Abdullah Mabel. Then he won the «Tongkat Cup» tournament in Minsk in weight up to 71 kg. The year of 2015 was unsuccessful for Farkhad: in five fights he won only once.

In 2016, he was training and fighting in China. On March 2, 2016, he won the WLF tournament, by defeating two local fighters. Then followed a string of five wins in PFC tournaments, SuperStarFight, Hanzhong City World Professional Fighting Championship, UFU and EM-Legend. For 2016, he spent 18 fights (7 defeats and 11 wins) in tournaments in China and TNA in Kazan. In total for 2016 he spent 18 fights (7 loses and 11 wins) in tournaments in China and TNA in Kazan. In the promotion of Wu Lin Feng, he finished as a semifinalist being defeated by the famous fighter Enriko Kehl.[2]

In June 2017, Farkhad took part in the new season of the tournament «TATNEFT» in Kazan, where in the first fight he won by TKO in the second round of Russian Alisher Nazirov [3]. Two months later, he won the tournament KONG FU King of Kings in China, by defeating the Chinese Cheng Zhicheng first and then Chang Yayun.

On September 6, 2017, he fought in the quarterfinals of the «TATNEFT» tournament with Ukrainian Roman Mailov. Three rounds of the fight passed without knockdowns, so the judges appointed extra-round, following which the victory was given to the Ukrainian fighter [4]. Farkhad disagreed with this decision and filed an appeal [5], which the TNA management did not respond to.

In November 2017, Akhmejanau fought in the tournament of KONG FU King of Kings in Zhengzhou, but lost in the first fight to local fighter Feng Xingli. Then followed his victory at the SEF tournament over Hu Yafei.

March 23, 2018 Farkhad made his debut in the Russian promotion ACB KB. The tournament under number 14 took place in Orel. The opponent of Farkhad was the experienced Russian fighter Armen Israelyan. Their fight lasted all three rounds and ended with Akhmejanau's win by unanimous decision.[6]

Titles[edit | edit source]

  • Amateur:
  • 2012 IFMA IFMA Belarusian Muaythai Championship among students Gold 75 кг
  • 2013 WAKO Belarusian Kickboxing Championship Silver 71 кг
  • 2013 IFMA IFMA Belarusian Muaythai Championship Gold 71 кг
  • 2013 WAKO Belarusian Kickboxing Cup Gold 71 кг
  • 2013 IFMA IFMA Belarusian Muaythai Championship among students Gold 75 кг
  • 2014 IFMA IFMA Belarusian Muaythai Championship Gold 71 кг
  • 2014 WAKO Belarusian Kickboxing Championship Silver 71 кг

Kickboxing Record[edit | edit source]

Kickboxing Record

Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]


Category:Belarusian male kickboxers Category:Lightweight kickboxers Category:Sportspeople from Minsk Category:1988 births Category:Living people


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