|Association||Wolfslair MMA Academy|
|Weight Class||Welterweight (170 lbs.) / Lightweight (155 lbs.)|
|Fighting Out Of||Widnes, England|
|Abdul Mohamed Pictures||Official Website|
Abdul Mohamed, is an Afghan-English mixed martial artist who competes at both lightweight and welterweight, almost entirely in England. He is the current Tenth Legion Lightweight Champion, a former Cage Rage British Lightweight Champion and has fought the likes of Paul Daley, Vitor Ribeiro, Jean Silva, and The Ultimate Fighter 9 alums Andre Winner and Ross Pearson. After his loss to Vitor Ribeiro it was reported that Mohamed had declined a contract with the UFC.
|Record||19 - 8 - 3 (Win – Loss – Draw)|
|Win||Andrew Fisher||Decision (Unanimous)||Tenth Legion: Symbol of Power||4/09/2011||3||5:00||Defended 10th Legion Welterweight Championship|
|Win||Ian Jones||Submission (Guillotine Choke)||KUMMA 5: Kings of the North||9/04/2010||1||1:40|
|Win||Rasmus Bendtsen||Decision (Unanimous)||Tenth Legion: Decimation||2/21/2010||3||5:00||Won 10th Legion Welterweight Championship (Inaugural)|
|Loss||Jason Young||Decision (Majority)||Ultimate Challenge MMA: Dynamite||10/24/2009||3||5:00|
|Loss||Tim Radcliffe||Decision (Unanimous)||BAMMA 1: British Association of Mixed Martial Arts 1||6/27/2009||3||5:00|
|Win||Ross Pearson||Decision (Unanimous)||CG 9: Beatdown||10/04/2008||3||5:00||Controversial decision; Caused Pearson's camp to forbid their fighters to participate in Cage Gladiators events.|
|Draw||Andre Winner||Draw||CWFC: Enter the Rough House 7||7/12/2008||3||5:00|
|Loss||Luciano Azevedo||Submission (Triangle Choke)||CG 7: Cage Gladiators 7||4/27/2008||1||3:21||For Cage Gladiators Lightweight Championship|
|Win||Robbie Olivier||Decision (Majority)||CR 24: Feel the Pain||12/01/2007||3||5:00||Defended Cage Rage British Lightweight Championship|
|Loss||David Baron||TKO (Doctor Stoppage)||UF 7: 2 Tuf 2 Tap||10/20/2007||1||3:22|
|Win||Jason Ball||Decision||UF 6: Battle of Waterloo||7/21/2007||3||5:00|
|Win||Ross Pointon||KO (Spinning Back First)||CR 21: Judgement Day||4/21/2007||1||3:20||Defended Cage Rage British Lightweight Championship|
|Loss||Vitor Ribeiro||Submission (Kimura)||CR 18: Battleground||9/30/2006||1||4:27||For Cage Rage World Lightweight Championship|
|Win||Jean Silva||Decision (Majority)||CR 17: Ultimate Challenge||7/01/2006||3||5:00|
|Win||Alexandre Izidro||Decision (Unanimous)||FX3: Battle of Britain||10/15/2005||3||5:00|
|Win||Alexandre Izidro||Decision (Unanimous)||CR 13: No Fear||9/10/2005||3||5:00||Won Cage Rage British Lightweight Championship|
|Win||Alex Sandro||TKO (Punches)||FX3: Xplosion||6/18/2005||3||4:10|
|Win||Sami Berik||TKO||FC UK 2: Battle of the Gladiators||5/28/2005||3||4:35|
|Win||Jess Liaudin||TKO (Doctor Stoppage)||CR 11: Face Off||4/30/2005||1||5:00|
|Draw||Paul Daley||Draw||CWFC 9: Xtreme Xmas||12/18/2004||5||5:00||Defended Cage Warriors FC Welterweight Championship|
|Win||Phil Macall||Decision (Unanimous)||HOP 1: Fight Night 1||12/12/2004||N/A||N/A|
|Loss||Sami Berik||TKO (Cut)||CR 9: No Mercy||11/27/2004||1||2:41|
|Loss||Daniel Weichel||Decision||P & G 3: Glory Days||8/07/2004||N/A||N/A|
|Loss||Mohamed Khacha||TKO (Doctor Stoppage)||P & G 2: Battle of the Ages||4/10/2004||1||N/A|
|Win||Mark Elliot||TKO||CCA 2: Rage in the Cage||3/16/2004||1||N/A|
|Win||Paul Jenkins||TKO||CWFC 6: Elimination||3/07/2004||1||4:18||Won Cage Warriors FC Welterweight Championship (Vacant)|
|Win||Adrian Degorski||Decision (Unanimous)||P & G 1: Pride and Glory 1||2/01/2004||3||5:00|
|Draw||Jean Frederic Dutriat||Draw||XFC 2: The Perfect Storm||11/09/2003||3||5:00|
|Win||Andy Cooper||Decision||CWFC 5: Cage Warriors 5||11/02/2003||3||5:00|
|Win||Lewis Barrow||Decision||GR 7: Goshin Ryu 7||9/19/2003||2||N/A|
Mixed Martial Arts Career
Abdul Mohamed began competing in mixed martial arts in 2003. After going 6-3-1, Mohamed faced Paul Daley for the Cage Warriors Welterweight Championship. Unfortunately for both fighters, the fight ended up a Draw, after the two fought five, five-minute rounds. After the Draw with Daley, Mohamed went 3-0, earning himself a shot at the vacant, first-ever Cage Rage British Lightweight Championship against Alexandre Izidro. Mohamed defeated Izidro with a unanimous decision to win himself the championship.
In his next bout Mohamed defeated Izidro again, in a different promotion, and then returned to Cage Rage to fight Jean Silva, a former Cage Rage Lightweight Champion, though the fight was a non-title affair.
Mohamed next fought for the Cage Rage World Lightweight Championship, against then-champion Vitor Ribeiro, losing by a Kimura. It was reported following the fight that Mohamed declined a contract with the UFC, deciding to return to defend his British Lightweight Championship against Ross Pointon, successfully defending it by KO'ing Pointon with a spinning back fist. After going 1-1 in another promotion, Mohamed returned to once again defend his Cage Rage British Lightweight Championship at CR 24: Feel the Pain against Robbie Olivier, winning a decision.
With Cage Rage closing its doors, Mohamed became the last Cage Rage British Lightweight Champion.
Post-Cage Rage Career
Mohamed fought three times in 2008, the first being a submission loss to Luciano Azevedo, the second being a Draw with future The Ultimate Fighter 9 competitor Andre Winner, and the third fight was a unanimous decision win over the Lightweight winner of The Ultimate Fighter 9, Ross Pearson.
- “I call him mini Randy," training partner Quinton "Rampage" Jackson told the website Gazettelive, "because he looks like Randy Couture. He will be champion, all he has to do is believe in himself."
Mohamed followed this up with two successive losses, before defeating Rasmus Bendtsen at Tenth Legion: Decimation to take the Tenth Legion Lightweight Championship.
In September 2010, Mohamed debuted for the KUMMA organisation, defeating veteran Ian Jones via guillotine choke. This was Mohamed's first ever submission victory.
In April 2011, Mohamed defended his Tenth Legion Lightweight Championship with a unanimous decision victory over Andrew Fisher.
Accomplishments and Championships
- Current Tenth Legion Lightweight Championship
- Successfully defended title
- Cage Rage British Lightweight Champion
- Successfully defended title twice
- Cage Rage World Lightweight title challenger