Cedric Doumbe Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!
Who is Cedric Doumbe?
Cedric Doumbe is a French-Cameroonian Kickboxer who currently competes for GLORY Kickboxing.
Cedric began his martial arts journey began with Karate but he then quickly went on to train in old school American kickboxing, which is “full contact” but oddly does not allow kicks to the legs. That style also had the fighters wear long shiny pants for some unexplainable reason
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Cedric Doumbe made his Glory Kickboxing debut in 2015 at Glory 22: Lille being a late replacement. Cedric Doumbe’s debut, unfortunately, did not go his way as he lost to Yoann Kongolo via unanimous decision.
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Ever since then Cedric Doumbe has won the vast majority of his fights within the organization and is now, at the time of writing, the current Glory welterweight champion and has defended the title 3 times. Many organizations have also voted Doumbe to be the #1 ranked welterweight kickboxer in the world.
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How Old is Cedric Doumbe?
Cedric Doumbe was born on August 30, 1992, which makes him 28 years old at the time of writing. He was born in Cameroon.
Cedric Doumbe’s Family
Not much is known about Cedric DOumbe’s family be it is confirmed that he has one brother. His brother and mother can be seen in the audience of many of his fights.
How Much is Cedric Doumbe Worth?
Cedric Doumbe’s net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be between $1 - $5 million US dollars
How Tall is Cedric Doumbe?
Cedric Doumbe stands at 5 feet and 9 and a half inches or 177 centimetres
What is Cedric Doumbe’s Reach?
Cedric Doumbe’s reach is 72.5 inches or 184 centimeters
How Much Does Cedric Doumbe Weigh?
Cedric Doumbe weighs 170 pounds or 77 kilograms. He currently competes in the Welterweight division.
Cedric Doumbe’s Fight List
Cedric Doumbe’s first professional fight was in 2013 at Boxing Factory Trophy 2013 against Josh Granet. Cedric Doumbe won that match by KO in the third round. After that match, Cedric Doumbe went on to compete in local shows mainly in France.
Cedric Doumbe then went on to make his unsuccessful Glory Kickboxing debut in 2015, after which he returned to competing in smaller shows in Europe and Asia to hone his craft.
Immediately after his Glory debut loss, Cedric Doumbe competed in the A1 World Grand Prix, in the 75 kg weight class. Cedric Doumbe went on to win that tournament with one KO in the semi-finals and a unanimous decision in the finals of the tournament.
After a few more matches, Cedric Doumbe made his return to Glory Kickboxing at Glory 28: Paris against Murthel Groenhart. Doumbe won the match via a unanimous decision. After that match, Cedric Doumbe once again returned to competing in smaller organizations around the world. Over the next 8 fights he’d have in just under a year he would win all of them.
Cedric Doumbe then made his return to Glory Kickboxing at Glory: Collision in Germany where Doumbe would face off against Nieky Holzken for the Glory kickboxing Welterweight title.
Cedric Doumbe would win the match via split decision and would start his first reign as Welterweight champion.
Cedric Doumbe would then defend the title twice, once against Yoann Kongolo and again in a rematch with Neiky Holzken, both fights went to decision.
Cedric Doumbe would then lose the title via a split decision at Glory 44: Chicago to Murthel Groenhart. After winning 4 out of his next 5 fights Cedric Doumbe would get to challenge for the Welterweight title again against Harut Grigorian. Cedric Doumbe went on to win the match and the title back after scoring a TKO victory over Harut Grigorian.
Since then Cedric Doumbe went on to win his next three matches and defend the title each time. In his most recent match at the time of writing, Cedric Doumbe defended his title against Murthel Groenhart and won the match via KO in the second round at Glory 77: Rotterdam.
Cedric Doumbe's Best Fight of All Time
Cedric Doumbe has had a ton of amazing performances in his career but for us, his best was his rematch against Alim Nabiev for the Glory Welterweight title. Alim Nabiev was able to score a split decision victory a few years before the rematch and Cedric Doumbe wanted the win back.
After showing a ton of aggression in the fight Cedric Doumbe was able to score a massive knockdown with an overhand as Alim Nabiev went of a clinch knee. Nabiev was able to get back to his feet but Cedric Doumbe quickly went for the kill and after landing another big right hand Cedric Doumbe put down Nabiev for good.
Who Did Cedric Doumbe Lose to?
Cedric Doumbe has not suffered many losses in his career. Cedric Doumbe has lost to, in order, Raphael Mebenga, Yoann Kongolo twice, Yohan Lidon, Fang Bian, Murthel Groenhart and Alim Nabiev.
What is Cedric Doumbe’s Record?
Despite being young and still having a fairly short career, Cedric Doumbe has had a ton of fights. In total, Cedric Doumbe has had 83 professional matches. In those matches, Cedric Doumbe has won 75, with 45 of those wins being finishes. Cedric Doumbe has lost only 7 matches in his career and he also has one draw on his record.
With 75 wins in an 83 fight career, Cedric Doumbe currently has an amazing win rate of 90 percent.
What Titles Has Cedric Doumbe Held?
Cedric Doumbe is currently in his second run as Glory Welterweight champion. Cedric Doumbe’s first run with the title began after he first defeated Neiky Holzken. He went on to retain the title twice before losing it to Murthel Groenhart. Cedric Doumbe then won the title back from Harut Grigorian and has defended it ever since.
On top of the Glory Welterweight title, Cedric Doumbe has also won the WAKO Pro World K-1 Rules Middleweight Championship.
Has Cedric Doumbe Had Any Serious Injuries?
Cedric Doumbe has had no serious injuries worth noting here.
Is Cedric Doumbe Retired?
Cedric Doumbe is not retied and is still actively defending his Glory Welterweight title.
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