Vyacheslav Ryabov vs. Huseyn Karatash
Abusupyan Alikhanov vs. Mohammed Shavali
Baktybek Zhoodarbek vs. Ilgam Mamedov

AL: It makes sense that show was branded “Universal Soldier”, as Vyacheslav Ryabov looks like something straight out of a government lab.

Huseyn Karatash comes with a physique that is relatively less impressive, to put it kindly.

JM: He is all that is man. Fear him.

AL: Karatash, making his pro debut, fared poorly against the gigantic Ryabov, officially lasting only 1-9 minutes prior to doing the wise thing and staying down. It’so early, but that I ’m planning to bet that Karatash isn’t going to Royce Gracie the Russian MMA scene anytime soon.

This tweet pretty much sums up exactly what we merely saw:

JM: But badly and more to the point, look at out this wildness out!

Here really is a blend of an armbar and a compression choke by Abusupyan Alikhanov but I’m unsure which one gets the occupation. Best I can tell, the right armlock being applied by the legs is your culprit depending off how Mohammed Shavali is trying to lift his buttocks to an angle to alleviate pressure but that I ’m prepared to be wrong on this one.

AL: I don’t even understand exactly what that is, but it seems like that hurt like hell. Maybe it’therefore the arm, so maybe it’therefore your neck, maybe it’s Alikhanov putting all of his burden on dude’s head.

We talked about spinning shit moving wrong last weekhere we go again since Ilgam Mamedov risks it all, only to get lost to the mat where Baktybek Zhoodarbek wastes time beating him like a Cherokee drum.

JM: I tell ya, I’m giving him an A+ for the effort.

Although backfist came up very brief, you’ve got to respect the Hail Mary kick he follows it with. Now sure, it didn’t even workout even a bit and he was subsequently beat about the head because of his efforts, but ’therefore the issue with MMA today. All we do is focus on the negatives. Mamedov gave it that the great old fashioned Chael Sonnen take to and he should be well researched.

AL: AL It seems just like it’s been a long time as we’ve checked in around the globe ’s No. 1 MMA promotion Konfrontacja Sztuk Walki. They held KSW 4-7 at Lodz, Poland, this past weekend and subscribers should definitely check out the excellent coverage by our personal Petesy Carroll.

He also wrote an outstanding feature about d e Fries’s internal struggles and he’s overcome them, but that which we want to chat about here is him becoming his shorts pulled almost all the way down into his major event bout with Tomasz Narkun.

JM: That might be one of the most aggressive pantsing I’ve seen from MMA. Frankly , it doesn’t even look like that ’so trying to do anything else.

Aside from the fact that grabbing the shorts is entirely illegal, ” he ’s not really doing it in desperation or something. This appears just like he just wished to shorts him.

Discussing of full marks. Want to find a dead body?

Aleksandar Ilic murdered Damian Janikowski with a picture perfect question mark kick. Seriously, that is exactly what you’re trying for with this technique. Feinting low to drop Janikowski’s hands and finishing top to drop his own body into the lake. Ferocious material there.

AL: Janikowski was probably likely to gain a determination before that third-round come back kick, just one more depressed scene to get the Polish faithful on Saturday. Not only did Narkun and Janikowski are unsuccessful, but legendary strongman-turned-mound-of-muscle-in-a-cage Mariusz Pudzianowski additionally endured a massive TKO loss to Szymon Kolecki (a fellow Pole, therefore maybe it wasn’t all bad). Adding Borys Mankowski, who lost to UFC and vet Norman Parke, Poland went 0-3 in home vs. visitor match ups.

Clients can share in the heartbreak themselves by looking into the PPV on FITE TV.

AL: I needed to shine some light on two major prospects from Legacy Struggling Alliance,” Casey Kenney and Ramiz Brahimaj, the latter of whom has been featured in those hallowed cyber-pages earlier when he choked former UFC fighter William Macario unconscious last August.

Kenney, the LFA interim flyweight champion, contested Vincent Cachero for a empty interim bantamweight name in last Friday’s chief event in Dallas, looking to turn into the pro motion ’s “champ champ”. I talked for the young man before the show and he was confident that a win, notably an extraordinary one, could ensure his next struggle was from the UFC.

He impressed.

And it’s going to soon be.

JM: He undoubtedly did impress. And while obtaining the UFC call up is obviously well deserved, ” I ’t got to wonder if jumping on a week’s notice against somebody as good as Ray Borg is really actually a great idea.

To be sure, Kenney will find still another struggle regardless of the outcome on Saturday, but this is a powerful tough task for your first outing.

Also, for those who missed it, he and Jordan Espinosa were the first fighters to receive a UFC ranking although not competing at the promotion. Go check it out! Sure, theyrsquo;r e killing the branch entirely, but ’s a pleasure MMA factoid.

Would you like another fun MMA factoid? Ramiz Brahimaj ain’t really nothing to eff with.

Kenney may well perhaps not be the only guy getting the UFC telephone so on.

AL: Cease me if I even suggest that I’m thinking of taking a kickboxing or Muay Thai bout. Because we saw any clips that weekend which have me scared straight. I’ll remain in the world of MMA where it’so safe, thank you very muchbetter.

Just look at this spin kick by Seitsu Kitahama on Takaki Hosogoe out of RISE 131 at Tokyo on Saturday.

That might easily be one of us.

JM: It couldn’t be because we’d not need to fight some body good.

AL: I’ll do anything for the money and I could easily see myself saying the wrong thing during a trip over there and unintentionally end up at the ring with, such as, Hong Man Choi or anything else for a couple hundred bucks.

JM: Much respect for Hosogoe though. I would’Id remained curled up on a lawn forever but he simply sat up massaging blood out of his face and trying to return into the match.

Exactly the same cannot be said for Shoji Saito though. This lousy bastard might never get up .

I understand there are worse things than ducking into a mind kick but for the life of me I will ’t even think of some one of them at the moment.

AL: Shades of Aljamain Sterling shooting directly into a Marlon Moraes kill shooter, no?

Petchnarin vs. Saknarong

Meanwhile, at A-Max Muay Thai show over in Pattaya, Thailand, Petchnarin was victorious in the finals of a 58.5-kg (approx. 129 lb ) tournament.

And when I state, “has been victorious”, ” I suggest, “committed a homicide”:

JM: This really is Was. Wonderful. Man, we’t had a great deal of people becoming deaded this week and I want to tell ya, I’m totally for it. Much like Ilic’s picture perfect question mark twist, Petchnarin’so check left hook has been pristine. Caught Saknarong coming in and loathed him.

That whole show can be found for free on YouTube.

Sam Maxwell vs. Sabri Sediri

AL: Let’therefore take one step even farther from MMA and mind to the young and exciting game with all the kids talking: boxing.

I’m flippant, but if the sweet science produced clips onto the routine enjoy this next one, we’d be watching it in Missed Fists more often.

For some context (credit to Bloody Elbow),” Sabri Sediri was setting himself heading into the 10th round of the BT Sport bout last Friday at Leicester, England, and afterwards catching unbeaten super lightweight Sam Maxwell with a good crack, he decided it was time for you to bust a move.

JM: From the words of a David Chappelle: “When keeping it real, goes wrong. ”

Watch the Entire clip of the 10th round below:

Kanat Keldibekov

AL: Let’s ending on a happy note and deliver some shine to lightweight Kanat Keldibekov, who won an eight-man tournament last Thursday at WEF ProfFight 31: grand-prix 2019 at Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

JM: Why You don’t even think the immediate karma of our last highlight was a happy note? We lead different lifestyles.

AK: I have no pleasure in viewing misfortune, even if it happens to boxers amid a legit dumbassery (pardon the technical term).

He needed a crazy come back in the semi finals todo it too, and of course living his trainer almost dropping him on his damn head.

JM: Exactly what a comeback. I don’t even think it’d have been at all out of bounds to get the ref to prevent that struggle if Keldibekov was becoming rocketed with punches but this really is the reason we love MMA. 1 minute can change everything and props to Keldibekov for using his opponent’s slip and opting to the win because otherwise, he was clearly on his way to a loss.

AL: He secured the bargain with still another guillotine choke in the finals and according to @Jolassanda additionally won himself a car.

And then he celebrated with this fashionable hat .

You can take a look at the entire Grand Prix along with Keldibekov’s bewitching run for free on YouTube.

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