Kazakhstan becomes silver medal winner of the World Cup in MMA
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Kazakhstan becomes silver medal winner of the World Cup in MMA

28 November 2016 09:16

On November 27 the World Cup of the mixed fighting single combat of MMA where fighters from 58 countries from around the world have taken part has come to the end. In team competition, the national team of Kazakhstan, by tradition, has taken the second place, having given way only to Russian national team which has collected all gold in all seven weight categories, BNews.kz reported.

In the final matches two Kazakhstan fighters have met the Russian opponents. To 77.1 kg Goyti Dazayev has conceded to Alibegu Rasulov on points in welterweight and became the silver medal winner of the championship. For the heavyweight Alimzhan Suleymanov – it is debut on the international scene. Nevertheless, knocking out all rivals, in the final Alimzhan has lost to Amirkhan Isagadzhiyev's technical knockout.

Following the results of the championship, in a moneybox of Kazakhstan: 2 silver – Goyti Dazayev (77,1), Alimzhan Suleymanov (+93 kg) and 4 bronze medals – Mirat Bekishev (61,2 kg), Altynbek Bakhtygeldinov (70,3 kg), Murad Abdurakhmanov (84 kg) and Erkinbek Inzhel (93 kg).

This time to protect honor of the country almost completely updated structure of the national team went. This decision was made by a management of Federation for provision of an opportunity to grow and act on the largest world sports scenes to young and perspective fighters.

The federation of the mixed fighting single combat of MMA of Kazakhstan (further - Federation), according to the state accreditation No. 28 of January 16, 2013, represents in the Republic of Kazakhstan, the independent sport registered in the state register - the mixed fighting single combat of MMA (MIXED MARTIAL ARTS).

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