At M-1 Challenge 38, which will be held on April 9 in St. Petersburg, at the Ice Sports Palace there will be a very interesting fight. Rising national MMA star Pavel Vitruk (Alexander Nevsky), 9-0 will go against the tallest FW Will Chope (Philippines), 15-5
193 cm tall and a fighter who fights in the FW division to 65.8 kg. In his 22 years he had 20 professional fights MMA rules, 15 of which he won, and in addition he has Champion titles in Thai boxing. Will "The Kill" Chope is a young prospect, who recently signed a contract with M-1 Global.
Huge by the standards of his weight category growth, powerful shock technique and good knowledge of ground wrestling all make of will's very formidable opponent who steadily cracked down with many opponents at various tournaments in Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. 9 wins out of 15 he won by submission, three wins by TKO and only 3 fights in his career reached the decisions of judges. A debut fight at M-1 Challenge 38 it is suitable with win-win a series of 10 fights.
His opponent will be Pavel Vitruk and this will be his tenth fight in his career. A young fighter from the Club Alexander Nevsky winning two Grand Prix tournaments, the first of Alexander Nevsky and g-Cup White Rex Spirit Warrior, three St. Petersburg champion on Thai Boxing and the champion of Russia in UKADO.
He also has twice fought at M-1 Challenge tournaments, both times fighters, not familiar with statistics of bitterness of defeats. First one wicket was broken Polish Radoslaw PiechnikAvenue, whose record before the fight with Paul was 6 wins in 6 battles, and then the first defeat in his career got Ilia Ovechkin. 9 April in the ring in the ice meet two young, bright and very talented fighter whose careers are taking off. The battle will be tough!
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Will Chope (Philippines), 15-5 vs Pavel Vitruk (Alexander Nevsky), 9-0
Quarter-finals of the M-1 Grand Prix 2013
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Kenny Garner (United States), 11-3
Magomed Malikov (Highlander), 6-2
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Ibragim Ibragimov (Legion), 4-1
Alexei Kudin (Academy of MMA, Belarus), 14-5
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Pavel Vitruk vs Will Chope is an awesome matchup! Two great prospects, only 22 years old.
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