Mohammad Husamuddin is an Indian boxer who competes in the men’s 56 kg category. In 2018, she won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games held in Queensland, Australia.
Mohammad Husamuddin was born on Saturday, 12 February 1994 (age 28 years; by 2022) in Nizamabad, Telangana. His zodiac sign is Aquarius. As a child, Husamuddin was very energetic and used to climb walls. Later, Husamuddin’s father, Shamsuddin, a former Indian boxer, began his training in boxing.
Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
Weight (approx): 56 kg
Hair Color: black
Eye Colour: black
parents and siblings
Mohammed Hussamuddin’s father, Shamsuddin, is a former Indian boxer.
Husamuddin is the youngest of his six brothers. Two of the six brothers, Etheshamuddin and Itishmuddin, are professional boxers. In an interview, Mohammad Hussamuddin talked about his family and said,
My whole family is engaged in boxing, that’s literally my background. My father is a coach, my elder brother is into boxing and I started when I was very young. I don’t think the presence of boxers in the family puts pressure. In fact, it gives me a lot of support whether it’s from my father or brother, because out of six of us brothers, five of us are into boxing, so they get it.
wife and children
Mohammad Husamuddin married Ayesha on 29 July 2021. The couple has a daughter.
In 2009, Mohammad Hussamuddin made his professional boxing debut at the Junior National tournament held in Aurangabad. He won a bronze medal in the tournament. In the same year, he won a gold medal in the Senior National tournament. In 2012, Husamuddin’s former coach and father, Shamsuddin, decided to send him to Havana, Cuba for further training. Later that year, Mohamed Husamuddin participated in the 2012 Tamer Tournament, Finland and the Youth World Championship, Yerevan, Armenia. Subsequently, in 2015 Husamuddin won gold medal and silver medal respectively at Military World Boxing held in Korea and GB Boxing Tournament held in Helsinki, Finland.
Husamuddin has won medals in tournaments like 68th Strandja Memorial Tournament, Bulgaria (2017), India International Open Boxing Championship, New Delhi (2018), Asian Games (2018) and 69th Strandja Memorial Tournament, Bulgaria. In 2018, she won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games in Bulgaria. In the same year, he participated in the Asian Games, Jakarta.
Sharing his experience of participating in various tournaments, he said in an interview,
What has changed this time is that I feel that I am going with more knowledge, having played many competitions, against different oppositions. I feel better equipped with which strategy to use against which boxer and what to do at the moment. Earlier I used to rely only on my pace but now the power has also improved.”
In 2022, he participated in the Commonwealth Games. His stance in the sport is Southeastern, and he competes in the men’s featherweight category.
- 2009: Junior National, Aurangabad
- 2015: Military World Games, South Korea
- 2017: Ulaanbaatar Cup, Mongolia
- 2018: Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
- 2020: Cologne Boxing World Cup, Cologne
- 2011: Young Citizen, Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh
- 2017: 68th Strandja Memorial Tournament, Bulgaria
- 2019: 38th GB Boxing Tournament, Helsinki, Finland
- 2019: Felix Stamm Tournament, Europe
- 2016: Senior Citizen, Guwahati
- 2018: Chemistry Cup, Halle, Germany
Facts / Trivia
- Mohammad Husamuddin started his boxing career at the age of fifteen.
- According to Mohammad Husamuddin, initially, he feared getting hit while boxing and was uncomfortable wearing boxing gloves; However, his father, Mohammad Shamsuddin trained him with the right skills for boxing.
- In an interview, Mohammad Hussamuddin spoke about the 2018 Commonwealth Games and said that he got injured in the semi-final against another German boxer H Shadalov and had to settle for bronze. he said,
I was in good form and I had a good fight against the German in the first match. But unfortunately, during the bout, I got a big cut in my left eye. Although I won, I was very uncomfortable in a semi-final match against another German.
- He follows a non-vegetarian diet.
- In an interview, Mohammad Hussamuddin spoke about his newborn daughter and said that her birth has inspired her to perform confidently in the 2022 Commonwealth Games. He quoted,
The birth of my daughter (on Friday) has inspired me doubly. It has given me a lot of happiness and confidence. I am sure something good is about to happen. My family understands my needs and has supported me in every way possible.”
- Mohammad Hussamuddin spoke about the 2022 Commonwealth Games during an interview and said that his experience in boxing helps him to perform well inside the ring. He quoted,
Old-timers have become professionals in my weight. Mostly there are new faces. I am the most experienced boxer. My experience will help me inside the ring. I want to change the color of my medal and win gold. I am confident, but not overconfident.”
- According to Mohamed Lyubudin, his idol is the professional boxer from Ukraine Vasil Lomachenko.