M-1 Challenge 75: Shlemenko vs. ? - March 3 (OFFICIAL DISCUSSION)

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M-1 Challenge 75: Shlemenko vs. ? - March 3 (OFFICIAL DISCUSSION)

Post by Kingfedor on Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:01 am


M-1 Challenge 75
March 3, 2017

Olimpiysky   
Moscow
, Russia

Main Card:
Alexey Kunchenko (6-0)               vs.    (7-0) Shavkat Rakhmonov
Main Event |  Title Fight | Welterweight | 170 lbs (77 Kg)
Magomed Sultanakhmedov (18-5) vs.       (10-1) Sergey Romanov
Main Event | Lightweight | 155 lbs (70 Kg)


M-1 Welterweight Title fight between Alexey Kunchenko (c) and Shavkat Rakhmonov will headline  M-1 Challenge 75 event on March 3, 2017

Alexey Kunchenko (15-0) is a reigning M-1 Global Welterweight champion and undefeated MMA fighter from the New Stream Team and fight club "Boets". He is a fearsome striking master with a solid knockout power. In his latest M-1 appearance Alexey Kunchenko defeated the former M-1 champion Murad Abdulaev. He trains under Alexander Shlemenko tutorship and is now being considered as the TOP Russian welterweight with a clean record.

Shavkat Rakhmonov (7-0) is a promising MMA prospect from Kazakhstan. Besides having zero losses in pro MMA arena, Shavkat posesses the World Amateur MMA Championship title both with Asian MMA Championship crown (by WMMAA). He is nothing less than a prodigy in MMA World, with his powerful striking game and extraordinary endurance at his side. Now he gets a long-anticipated title shot at one of the most hyped welterweights in Russia.


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Re: M-1 Challenge 75: Shlemenko vs. ? - March 3 (OFFICIAL DISCUSSION)

Post by Kingfedor on Wed Jan 04, 2017 9:54 am


Magomed Sultan Akhmedov (18-5) will finally making his return to the M-1 Ring he will face Sergey Romanov (10-1) in the main card of M-1 Challenge 75 event, March 3 2017.

Magomed "White Wolf" Sultanakhmedov (18-5), representing "Gorets" fight club from Dagestan, was considered to be the next big name in the biggest MMA promotions in the World, until the unfortunate row of injuries forced him to withdraw from fighting in 2011. Nevertheless, he was continuing to have training camps and got a scheduled comeback for M-1 Challenge 61 event in 2016, but had to take another lay-off to completely recover from injuries. Eventually, after this complicated period was over, Magomed Sultanakhmedov is ready for the comeback. For those who didn't follow this outstanding fighter we prepared some short video with his career highlights.

Sergey Romanov (10-1) is a promising welterweight fighter from "Sech-PRO" MMA team out of St. Petersburg, Russia. He has a well-rounded set of skills, that allows him to feel comfortable in each aspect of the fight. Nevertheless, his fighting style tends to be in stand-up where Sergey's versatile striking skills use to unfold. He possess a solid knockout power and has 7 of 10 wins held via KO/TKO. Sergey Romanov is leading 8 fight winning streak at the moment and is considered by fans to be the next M-1 Welterweight title contender should he win this fight.

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Re: M-1 Challenge 75: Shlemenko vs. ? - March 3 (OFFICIAL DISCUSSION)

Post by Kingfedor on Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:12 pm


Shavkat Rakhmonov injured, forced to withdraw from his fight with Kunchenko. Alexander Shlemenko's fight will now headline M-1 Challenge 75 event.

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Re: M-1 Challenge 75: Shlemenko vs. ? - March 3 (OFFICIAL DISCUSSION)

Post by fka on Mon Jan 16, 2017 10:45 pm

Nice fight cool to see bellator still lending him out to m-1 this is a good card.

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Re: M-1 Challenge 75: Shlemenko vs. ? - March 3 (OFFICIAL DISCUSSION)

Post by CDF47 on Tue Jan 17, 2017 12:35 pm

fka wrote:Nice fight cool to see bellator still lending him out to m-1 this is a good card.

That is great to see and M-1 is stepping up by putting him in the best possible fights.

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