- Name: Cédric Doumbé
- Pro MMA Record: 1-0-0 (Win-Loss-Draw)
- Nickname: Le Meilleur
- Current Streak: 1 Win
- Age: 1992-08-13 | Date of Birth: 1992.08.13
- Last Fight: November 01, 2021 in SK
- Weight Class: Welterweight | Last Weigh-In: N/A
- Affiliation: Atlantide Boxe 87
- Height: 5'10" (177cm) | Reach: N/A
- Career Disclosed Earnings: $0 USD
- Born: Cameroon
- Fighting out of: Limoges, France
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Doumbé who is of Cameroonian/French descent, has a background in Kickboxing, winning many tournaments and fights over the years. Prior to fighting in Glory Kickboxing, he would become a 3 time A1 World Combat Cup Champion, and 1 time finalist, a World Kickboxing Association European and World Champion, and a WAKO Pro World K1 rules Champion. He was also the 2016 Liverkick.com fighter of the year.
Debuting at Glory 22, he would lose a decision to Yoann Kongolo, before rebounding with a victory over Dutch standout Murthel Groenhart at Glory 28.
After this he would register 8 regional wins before going on to fight for the Glory welterweight Championship, earning a split decision over renowned Dutch striker Nieky Holzken at the event - Glory Collision. He would then go on to avenge his earlier loss to Yoann Kongolo, before earning a 2nd split decision victory over Nieky Holzken.
Though he would lose his title to Murthel Groenhart in a rematch at Glory 44 via split decision, he would later become Glory Champion for a 2nd time when he defeated Harut Grigorian at Glory 64 via 3 knockdowns. He defended his title twice before winning an important bout against Murthel Groenhart in their trilogy fight and grudge match at Glory 77, finishing Groenhart with a right cross.
Doumbé announced at an Empire Fight event in France on October 3, 2021 that he is training for a switch to MMA. He also said his kickboxing career is over. He finishes his Kickboxing career with a record of 75 - 7 with 45 wins by stoppage, and a Glory Kickboxing record of 12 - 3, but would avenge all 3 of his losses within that promotion.