Kiamrian Abbasov didn’t take long to make an impact in One Championship.
After falling to Luis Santos via unanimous decision in his debut with the Singapore-based promotion in March 2018, Abbasov has reeled off four consecutive victories, capturing the One welterweight (185-pound) crown along the way. With Abbasov’s next title defense not yet announced, here are some of the facts and figures that have accompanied him to this point.
27: Age, in years, of Abbasov, who was born on Aug. 7, 1993 in Bishkek, the capital city of Kyrgyzstan with a population of approximately 1.05 million.
2011: Year in which Abbasov made his professional MMA debut, a unanimous decision triumph over Daniyar Nurkeev at Er-Taymash Kultatuu Valetudo Fight Night at Strong Arena in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
3: Victories accumulated by Abbasov on the night of Dec. 3, 2016, when he captured the MixFace 1 welterweight tournament championship with wins against Kurban Razhabov, Arthur Karavaev and Oleg Olenichev.
15: Victories inside the distance for Abbasov, who has earned 11 of his triumphs by KO/TKO and four via submission. He has also won eight contests by decision.
53: Time, in seconds, of Abbasov’s fastest career finish, a slam KO of Aibek Aibek Uulu at Er-Taymash Kulatuu “Valetudo 2014” on June 24, 2014.
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.848: Combined career winning percentage of the four men to defeat Abbasov in MMA competition. Collectively, Mahir Mamedov (14-1), Nursultan Ruziboev (30-8-2), Yuri Izotov (9-10) and Luis Santos (65-12-1) own a 118-21-3 record.
8-1: Record for Abbasov in bouts that go the distance, including a five-round verdict against Zebaztian Kadestam to claim the middleweight crown at One Championship “Dawn of Valor” on Oct. 25, 2019. The only man to defeat Abbasov on the scorecards was Santos at One Championship “Visions of Victory” on March 9, 2018.
7: Organizations for which Abbasov has competed. That includes One Championship, World Fighting Championship Akhmat, Absolute Championship Akhmat, Tech-Krep FC, World Ertaymash Federation, Alash Pride and Er-Taymash Kulatuu.
6:10: Total time needed to dispatch Ultimate Fighting Championship veteran Yushin Okami at One Championship “For Honor” on May 3, 2019. Abbasov put the Japanese competitor away via technical knockout at the 1:10 mark of Round 2.
10: Consecutive victories for Abbasov from January 2016 to August 2017, which represents the longest winning streak of the Kyrgyzstan native’s career. After the last of those triumphs, Abbasov signed with One Championship.
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