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Biography

Nickname — White Wolf. Was born on January 2nd. Passed military service in 1996-1999 in Central Sports Army Club. Graduate from Sport Academy in 2004 and from Police Academy in 2008. In 2010 completed his education at faculty of management and qualification improvement in Policy Academy. Currently is employed by Ministry of Internal Affairs in the rank of police major and has a number of awards in his work. Recently Eduard Mammadov completed his education at faculty of management and qualification improvement in Policy Academy, which is his third higher education.

Eduard started his kickboxing career in 1993. At the same year he became a member of Azerbaijan Kickboxing Federation, which is currently lead by member of parliament, Adil Aliev. His first award was in 1995 when he won first Azerbaijan championship. His coach is Chingiz Eyvazov, honored coach of Azerbaijan.

The event was held on November 23, 2011 in Buta Palace Eduard Mammadov was awarded the title of best sportsmen of the year.

  • 15 times Azerbaijan champion
  • Repeated champion of Asia and Eurasia (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • Repeated winner of professional tournaments (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • 5 times bronze medal winner in world championships (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • 7 times silver medal winner in world championships (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • 5 times silver medal winner in Europe championships (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • 5 times Europe champion (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • Current holder of ANS professional tournaments
  • Current holder of World Cup (WAKO)
  • Current holder of most prestigious intercontinental belt by WAKO-PRO.
    Two fights have been held to defend title, and both have been won by Eduard. First fight - against turkish kickboxer Shakir Kaymaz. Second - against spanish Oskar Rueda.
  • 17 times world champion (WAKO, World Profi and IAKSA)
  • World champion (IKBO) professional tournaments (2012-Baku)

  • Earned Azerbaijan Sports Master title in 1997
  • Earned International Sports Master title in 1999
  • Earned Honored Sports Master title in 2003
  • Included in Top 10 Azerbaijan sportsmen in 2006
  • Awarded with a new aparment by Azerbaijan president
  • Awarded with a "For Motherland" order by president of Azerbaijan Republic Ilham Aliyev in 2007
  • Awarded by president of Azerbaijan Republic Ilham Aliyev on 25 December 2009 with a Honor Decree for special service in development of non-olympic sports
  • 5 March 2013 - Eduard Mammadov becomes honored coach of Azerbaijan

In 2009 in June Eduard Mammadov won World Championship in Spain, earning 2 gold medals in Low Kick and K-1 sections, in October, won WAKO Low Kick World Championship in Austria, and in November won WAKO Full Contact World Championship in Italy. This is an unprecendented result in kickboxing history for one sportsman to earn gold medals in 3 different world championships in a single year!

Was fighting armenian rivals a number of times, and always won them ahead of time. Brightes and most memorable victory was on World Championship 2000, when Eduard Mammadov knocked out his opponent during 15 seconds.

Started coaching in 2000. Currently he is the only coach in Azerbaijan, who participates in tournaments as a fighter. Among his students there are World and Europe champions.

Eduard Mammadov trains his students in:
- "Caspian Club" (6th microrayon, "Nasimi" subway, near the ceremonial hall "Anar");
- hotel "Europe" (Tbilisi ave.).
  • WAKO 1997, Russia - Moscow, World Championship - 3 place (full contact)
  • IAKSA 1998, Turkey - Istanbul, Europe Championship - 3 place (full contact)
  • IAKSA 1999, Spain - Madrid, World Championship - 3 place (full contact)
  • IAKSA 2000, Ireland - Dublin, World Championship - 1 place (full contact)
  • WPKA 2000, Greece - Kassandra, Europe Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2000, Italy, Europe Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2001, Yugoslavia - Belgrade, World Championship - 3 place (low contact)
  • IAKSA 2001, Austria - Klagenfurt, World Championship - 2 place (full contact)
  • WPKA 2002, Greece, World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2003, Greece, World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2003, Ukraine - Yalta, World Championship - 3 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2003, Hungary - Budapest, Europe Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2004, Switzerland, Europe Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2004, Switzerland, Europe Championship - 1 place (К1)
  • WPKA 2004, Russia - Moscow, World Cup - 3 place (К1)
  • WPKA 2004, Russia - Moscow, World Cup - 2 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2004, Greece - Corfu, World Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2005, Morocco - Agadir, World Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2006, Greece, World Championship - 1-е place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2006, Macedonia, Europe Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2006, Portugal, Europe Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2007, Greece - Halkidiki, World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2007, Greece - Halkidiki, World Championship - 3 place (К1)
  • WAKO 2007, Macedonia - Skopje, World Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2007, Yugoslavia - Belgrade, World Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2007, Portugal, World Championship - 2 place (full contact)
  • WPKA 2008, Greece (Cyprus), World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2008, Greece (Cyprus), World Championship - 3 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2009, Spain - Madrid, World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2009, Spain - Madrid, World Championship - 1 place (К1)
  • WAKO 2009, Italy - Lignano, World Championship - 1 place (full contact)
  • WAKO 2009, Austria, World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2010, Hungary - Szeged, World Cup - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2010, Azerbaijan - Baku, Europe Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2011, Hungary - Szeged, World Cup - 1 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2011, Macedonia - Skopje, World Championship - 2 place (low contact)
  • WAKO 2012, Brasilia - Vitoria, World Cup - 1 place (low contact)
  • IKBO 2012, Azerbaijan - Baku, World Professional Championship - 1 place (low contact)
  • WPKA 2013, Greece - Athens, World Championship - 1 place (low contact)
Phone: (994 50) 638 00 00; E-mail: mail@eduardmammadov.com