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  • Tatneft Cup Kickboxing - LIVE from Kazan, Russia 24.08.2019

     

    FightBox is proud to announce that Tatneft Cup Kickboxing, Russia’s biggest kickboxing organization, returns to live action from Kazan, Russia on Saturday August 24th starting at 7:00 pm CEST (8:00 pm local time).

    Tatneft is known as one of the top kickboxing organizations in the world. For many years they have cooperated with the best fighters from around the globe. Season 12 is already underway and this Saturday August 24th 2019 "TNA TATNEFT Cup Fights” will once again be live on FightBox to continue this season’s quarter final action.

    In one of the featured bouts of the night, two of Holland’s top fight gyms will go head to head when Gokhan Gedik of Mike’s Gym takes on Yegish Yegoian of Hemmer’s gym. Both of these gyms are known for producing some of the sport’s most dominant fighters, but only one man can move on to the Tatneft semi-finals. Also, Sher Mamazulunov of Uzbekistan returns to the Tatneft ring to take on Gkionis Fotios of Greece at -80 kilos. Mamazulunov is a two-time Tatneft Cup Champion, but can he continue to progress in the tournament against a very tough Greek opponent? The full fight card can be found below.


    Fights Live on FightBox


    1/4 final fights


    -70 kg: Miao Wei (China) vs. Vladislav Ukrainets (Russia)

    -80 kg: Dominik Cinal (Poland) vs. Sharabutdin Magomedov (Russia)

    +80 kg: Gokhan Gedik (Holland) vs. Yegish Yegoian (Holland)

    -70 kg: Aydin Kucuk (France) vs. Ilya Sokolov Russia (Russia)

    -80 kg: Gkionis Fotios (Greece) vs. Sher Mamazulunov (Uzbekistan)

    +80 kg: Piotr Romankevich (Belarus) vs. Yan Petrovich (Russia)


    Tatneft Cup invites the best fighters from many standup fighting backgrounds such as kickboxing, Muay Thai, taekwondo, Kyokushin karate and more to take part in their prestigious international championship tournaments held in the legendary Tatneft Arena and FightBox is the broadcasting associate for these series of events.

    In addition to the live worldwide broadcast on the FightBox TV channel in over 60 countries, the Tatneft Cup coverage will also be available on-line to FilmBox Live subscribers at www.filmboxlive.com. Card is subject to change.

     


     

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