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Tatneft Cup Kickboxing - LIVE from Kazan, Russia 15.12.2019


FightBox is proud to announce that Tatneft Cup Kickboxing, Russia’s biggest kickboxing organization, returns to live action from Kazan, Russia on Sunday Decemer 15th starting at 5:00 pm CET (6:00 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 comes to a conclusion this Sunday when "World Cup TNA Fights” will once again be live on FightBox.

It’s time to find out who the strongest Tatneft fighters are. Every year since 2007 Tatneft Cup Kickboxing has held three tournaments in the legendary Tatneft Arena. Each of the three weight divisions (70 kg, 80 kg and +80 kg) starts with sixteen fighters. Now only two remain for each division. Only the strong will survive.

In addition to the tournament finals, kickboxing legend Jerome Banner will step back into the ring. The 46 year old Frenchmen is still actively competing and will face Russia’s Vyacheslav Datsik in an open-weight fight. The full fight card for the evening can be found below.

Fights Live on FightBox

-70 kg: Zhora Akopyan (Armenia) vs Ivan Kondratiev (Russia)
-80 kg: Musa Sultaev (Russia) vs Dmitry Baranov (Belarus)
+80 kg: Francesko Ksnaja (Albania) vs Piotr Romankevich (Belarus)
-70 kg: Ilya Sokolov (Russia) vs Hasan Acinik (Turkey)
-95 kg: Valeriy Bizyaev (Russia) vs Badr Ferdaous (Morocco / Holland)
+95 kg: Valentin Bordianu (Romania) vs Turyński Michał (Poland)
Open: Vyacheslav Datsik (Russia) vs Jerome Le Banner (France)

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 Card is subject to change.


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