视频: M-1.Challenge.48.Guryanov.vs.Smoldarev。Six finals of the Asian amateur MMA championship and nine professional superfights were held in Kazakhstan Arena at M-1 Challenge 48 in Astana, Kazakhstan. Here are the full results.
On May, 24-th the capital city of Kazakhstan will host the next M-1 Challenge event. 2014 Asian Amateur MMA Championship finals will serve as an opening in the undercard that will be followed by pro MMA fights.
(+93 kg) Evgeni Guryanov (Ukraine), 6-1 – Denis Smoldarev (Mamishev Team), 6-0
(-65,8 kg) Agoney Romero (Spain), 4-1-1 – Pavel Vitruk (Alexander Nevsky), 11-0
(-65,8 kg) Paata Robakidze (Georgia), 16-2 – Magomed Magomedov (Shakhshaev Team), 8-1
(-70,3 kg) Max Coga (MMA Spirit, Germany), 9-2 – Maxim Divnich (Alexander Nevsky), 8-0
(-77 kg) Gerardo Nunes (Spain), 5-0 – Rashid Dagaev (Kazakhstan)
(+93 kg) Aslambek Musaev (Berkut), 3-0 – TBA
(-70 kg) Ekhtigat Adakishiev (Azerbaijan), 4-2-1 – Shaikhin Nurzhan (Kazakhstan)
(-65,8 kg) Yusup Raisov (Fighting Eagle), 1-0 – Zhalgasuly Zhumageldy (Kazakhstan)
(-84 kg) Artur Odilbekov (Tajikistan), 3-2 – Asif Tagiev (Kazakhstan), 3-1
Asian amateur MMA championship winners
65,8 kg Abdulmutalip Gayirbegov (Russia)
70,3 kg Shagmar Mikhraliev (Russia)
77,1 kg Shavkhad Rakhmonov (Kazakhstan)
84 kg Dauren Ermekov (Kazakhstan)
93 kg Murad Abdurakhmanov (Kazakhstan)
+93 kg Zaur Hadjibabaev (Azerbaijan)
Artur Odilbekov (Tadjikistan) – Asif Tagiev (Kazakhstan), submission, 1 round, 1:29
Yusup Raisov (Russia) – Zhalgasuly Zhamageldy (Kazakhstan), submission, 2 round, 0:50
Anvar Amirli (Azerbaijan) – Serik Tlekeev (Kazakhstan), KO, 1 round, 1:00
Aslambek Musaev (Russia) – Arsen Abdurashidov (Russia), submission, 1 round, 1:20
Rashid Dagaev (Kazakhstan) – Gerardo Nunez (Spain), submission, 1 round, 1:29
Maxim Divnich (Russia) – Max Coga (Germany), KO, 1 round, 0:21
Magomed Magomedov (Russia) – Paata Robakidze (Georgia), unanimous decision
Denis Smoldarev (Estonia) – Evgeni Guryanov (Ukraine), submission, 1 round, 1:19
These are the mega-event spectaculars held throughout Europe and the United States where Champions are crowned, titles are defended and contenders jokey for positions inside a highly competitive contention system.
In 2010, the M-1 Challenge underwent an overhaul from its original ‘team vs. team’ concept. Starting October 28th with the M-1 Challenge XXI: Grishin vs. Guram mega-spectacular, teams ceased to compete together; the shift was made and M-1 Global’s top M-1 Selection tournament fighters were ranked and squared off in epic battles that culminated with the promotion crowning its first-ever Champions in the lightweight (155 Lbs), welterweight (170 Lbs), middleweight (185 Lbs), light heavyweight (205 Lbs) and heavyweight (205+ Lbs) divisions.
For the first time in M-1 Global history, the promotion kicked off the New Year with champions crowned in all five weight classes. As of M-1 Challenge XXIII in Moscow, Russia this past March, Champions began defending their status at the top of the M-1 food chain by putting their belts on the line inside the confines of the M-1 ring. International Championship clashes held in packed arenas worldwide will continue to be fed by M-1 Selection tournament standouts and newly acquired talent. The formula – elementary. The result – extraordinary.
2011 is an action-packed calendar of M-1 Challenge events as the M-1 brand drives further into the U.S. and European markets. With eight M-1 Challenge mega-spectaculars marked, Champions will look to defend their titles against the top fighters in the contention system. Fuelled with stacked undercards featuring new and returning warriors, the M-1 Challenge events will rival promotions for unsurpassed excitement, delivering live audiences and viewers worldwide the ultimate fan experience.