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Bahodir Mamadjonov Released From Don King Productions

By Peter Lim 


Lightweight prospect Bahodir Mamadjonov (16-1, 11 KOs) has been released from his contract with Don King Promotions. Mamadjonov's manager Ken Richardson said the agreement was mutual and cordial.


A native of Uzbekistan, Mamadjonov, 26, averaged a fight every seven weeks between May of 2011 and April of 2013. He signed with DKP after upsetting previously undefeated Angelo Santana (14-1, 11 KOs) via ninth round TKO on Showtime last April.  


But his activity level dropped since then, having fought only three bouts in the last year. As a free agent, Mamadjonov hopes to resume his hyper-hectic fight schedule.


Richardson said he intends to market Mamadjonov and undefeated heavyweight Akhror Muralimov (15-0, 12 KOs), also of Uzbekistan, both as a package and individual entities.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ShokhY1 on 04-26-2014

Bahodir is still the WBA international champ. He's ready to fight with anybody. :boxing:

Comment by Dilmir on 04-25-2014

Btw WBA International lightweihgt champion Baha Mamadjonov

Comment by Dilmir on 04-25-2014

I know Baha since he started boxing, he fought more than 250 ameature fights and became 2 times world champion , and one time champion of Asia. now he is a world champion in professional boxing. I'm glad that he…

Comment by ustauz on 04-25-2014

GBP or Top Rank is good for Baha. He has big chance to be a champion in lightweight division. I think he is ready for any challenge in this division. Good luck Baha.

Comment by Iskandar Arslon on 04-24-2014

I wish Bahodir the best luck and I believe that he can fight with anyone! He is a true champion!

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