Name: Muhammad Abdullaev
Birth Name: Mohammadqodir Abdullaev
Birthplace: Andijan, Uzbekistan
Hometown: Andijan, Uzbekistan
Height: 5′ 7½″ / 171cm
Reach: 66½″ / 169cm
Boxing Record: click
Trainer: Fritz Sdunek
Olympic Games Results
Represented Uzbekistan at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics (as a Lightweight)
- Lost to Terrance Cauthen (United States) 6-18
Represented Uzbekistan at the 2000 Sydney Olympics (as a Light Welterweight) winning the Gold medal.
- Defeated Miguel Angel Cotto (Puerto Rico) 17-7
- Defeated Kelson Pinto (Brazil) RSCO 4
- Defeated Sergey Bykovskiy (Belarus) 9-6
- Defeated Mohamed Allalou (Algeria) RSCO 2
- Defeated Ricardo Williams Jr. (United States) 27-20
World Championships results
- 1993 World Championships participant in Tampere, Finland as a Featherweight.
- Lost to Enrique Carrion (Cuba) RSC 1
- 1997 World Championships participant in Budapest, Hungary as a Lightweight.
- Lost to Matt Zegan (Poland) 3-10
- 1999 World Championships Gold medallist in Houston, United States as a Light Welterweight.
- Defeated Aydin Gasanov (Russia) 10-6
- Defeated Ricardo Williams Jr. (United States) 11-4
- Defeated Sergey Bykovskiy (Belarus) 7-1
- Defeated Lukas Konecny (Czech Republic) 12-2
- Defeated Willy Blain (France) 11-6
Other Amateur Achievements
- Claimed amateur record: 288-12
- 1995 Asian Championships Silver medallist in Tashkent, Uzbekistan as a Lightweight.
- 1997 Asian Championships Gold medallist in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia as a Lightweight.
- 1998 World Cup Gold medallist in Chongqing, China as a Light Welterweight.
- 1998 Asian Games Gold medallist in Bangkok, Thailand as a Light Welterweight.
- 1999 Asian Championships Gold medallist in Tashkent, Uzbekistan as a Light Welterweight.