Dzhabar Askerov

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Dzahabar AKA"Genghis Khan" is another Russian fighter out of the Skorpian Gym. Like Magomedov he's been living and training out of Bangkok for sometime. He currently represents the Rompo Gym. He's got a 22-11 record, some of his notable wins have were against Jomhod and Ratannanoi Sityodtong.

Personal Information

  • Name: Dzhabar Askerov
  • Country: Russia
  • Date of Birth: Jan 24,1986
  • Gym: Rompo Gym Bangkok


  • Fights: 41
  • Wins: 32
  • Losses: 10
  • Draw: 1
  • Ko's: 14

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16 fighters of the Contender Asia 2008 including Dzhabar Askerov

Sunday, December 2, 2007

16 fighters of the Contender Asia 2008. 16 fighters from 12 countries. The more detail about each fighters will be available soon. Here we go:

  1. Alain Sylvestre from Canada
  2. Bruce Macfie from Australia
  3. David Pacquette from England
  4. Dzhabar Askerov from United Arab Emirates
  5. James Martinez from USA
  6. John Wayne Parr from Australia
  7. Naruepol Fairtex from Thailand
  8. Jose Pitu Sans from Spain
  9. Rafik Bakkouri from France
  10. Sean Wright from Scotland
  11. Soren Mongkontong from Australia
  12. Trevor Smandych from Canada
  13. Yodsaenklai from Thailand
  14. “Yukay” Joakim Karlsson from Sweden
  15. Zig Zach from Singapore
  16. Zidov Dominik from Switzerland

Vagif Abdullaev training with Dzhabar Askerov

Friday, August 17, 2007

On August 17, 2007 promising young Russian boxer - Vagif Abdullaev, who is now training in Bangkok (Thailand) with Dzhabar Askerov and Abdulamalik Gadzhiev, is going to fight his first fight on the professional ring in Teheran, Iran. The Afrasiba Stadium in Tehran will be the venue for the biggest Muaythai event ever staged in the region as fighters from five continents take on the national Iranian team on August 17th.

Vagif will fight against Iranian fighter under K-1 rules - 3 rounds of 3 minutes duration, elbows are not allowed. Although this is his first professional bout, Vagif has some good achievements in amateur kickboxing. He has been few times Russian amateur kickboxing champion. He also became European kickboxing champion (WPKA), in 2005 in Athens (Greece) and won 1st place in two weight categories on international kickboxing competition “Game of Fight” in 2006, Tiel (Netherlands). Since August 2007 Vagif's sport career managed by Dubai Fight Academy.

According to information from Iranian organizers his opponent - Hassan Ali Mohammadi has 65 amateur fights, 53 wins, 12 losses. Hassan has been many times Iranian amateur kickboxing champion. In 2002 he became Asian amateur kickboxing champion (WPKA), Kyrgizstan. In 2004 he won all-Iranian kickboxing tournament “Best of The Best”.

Organised under the Iranian Government and sanctioned by the Martial Arts Federation of Iran, the World Muaythai Council and the International Federation of Muaythai Amateur, the event will be telecasted internationally, showing the world the beauty, friendship and sportsmanship of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Dzhabar (Chengiskhan) Askerov and Abdulmalik (Sultan) Gadzhiev signed contracts with Dubai Fight Academy

Thursday, August 2, 2007

Today, in Bangkok two, well known in Muaythai circles, fighters - Dzhabar (Chengiskhan) Askerov and Abdulmalik (Sultan) Gadzhiev signed long term Management Agreements with Dubai Fight Academy.

According to these agreements Dubai Fight Academy becomes exclusive representative of these fighters throughout the world in connection with professional fights. Both fighters are living and training at Rompo Gym (Bangkok, Thailand), but since now certain period in the year they will be training at Fight Academy Gym in United Arab Emirates.

Also these two athletes will fight in Dubai on next “War on the Shore” Muaythai event, which is planned for September-October 2007. This agreement with Dubai Fight Academy will not influence however Dzhabar’s participation in the Contender Muaythai, which will soon start in Singapore

Dzhabar Askerov on Contender Qualifier Starts in Style

Monday, May 28, 2007

Sweden had the honor of hosting the first contender qualifier sanctioned by the WMC and organized by the Swedish Muaythai Federation. Previous contender superstars squared up against the challengers who had to beat them to be considered for the next Contender Asia series. The opening fight saw Elias Daniel taking on Contender quarter finalist Joakim Karlsson from Sweden. Elias Daniel with no doubt was a serious contender as he went toe to toe with Karlsson, but Karlsson again showed his world class skill with a stunning punch combination winning in the 3rd round by TKO. Next up was Matthias Karlsson versus Marcus Oberg, another great display of Muaythai which had to go to the judges score sheet and Oberg won by point decision.

Next up was Contender semi-finalist, Dzhabar Askerov challenged by Jordan Tai from New Zealand. This was the punch of the big hitters and mid way through the second round, Dzhabar landed a big right hand which started immense swelling on Jordan’s eye which left the referee no choice but to stop the fight leading Askerov to a TKO victory.

Next up was Aussie Bruce Macfie against Dutch super star Marco Pique. This was yet another world class performance with both boys showing no mercy in an all out war. Marco Pique mid third round unleashed a stunning hand combination knocking out Bruce Macfie. The semi final was set between Joakim Karlsson and Marcus Oberg and Dzhabar Askerov and Marco Pique. The first semi- final fight saw Karlsson and Oberg going to war in sensational style. After 3 rounds of non-stop action the judges could not separate the boys and so an extra round had to be called in, in which Oberg got the edge, and was with no doubt survival of the fittest. Oberg advanced for a spot in the final.

The second semi-final was the one the world wanted to see. European superstar Marco Pique against Contender semi-finalist Dzhabar Askerov, and the people got their money’s worth. Punch by punch, kick by kick, knee by knee, Askerov got a large cut mid-round 3 and the fight was so close the judges could not separate them again calling for an extra round. Askerov took the round and advanced to the finals, but the questioned remained whether the doctor would let him continue with such a deep cut.

Final – Contender Qualifier. After consulting with the doctor, Askerov got the green light from the doctor to continue on in the final.

Dzhabar Askerov wins in NZ and is to fight Buakaw Por.Pramuk on March 17th 2007 (Lithuania, Vilnius)

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Dzhabar (Chengizhan) Askerov fought against Shannon Foreman on Phillip Lam Promotions, which took place in New Zealand on 3rd of March 2007. Dzhabar made quick work of the bashing New Zealand fighter much to the horror and shock of the local crowd.

Shannan was moving well, had injured Dzhabars’ leg and loaded nice body shot but the Chengizhan kept pressuring the distance. Shannon let the Chengizhan control center of ring, and he didn’t let up with the pressure to force a punch.

Then Dzhabar caught Shannan in the neutral far corner with devastating left hook, right on the chin, which flattened Foreman and he looked very jaded and helped to his feet. It was a very precise shot to the chin.

On March, 17th, 2007 Siemens Arena (Lithuania, Vilnius) will host 8 men tournament K-1 MAX EAST EUROPE GP - 2007. On this show Dzhabar (Chengizhan) Askerov will fight against the winner of World Grand Prix K-1 MAX - Buakaw Por.Pramuk (Thailand).