Muay Thai Factory Opens in Perm!

Fight Factory, Russia
For the first time in Russia, a new large-scale project on professional muaythai, organised by the Russian Muaythai Federation, Muaythai factory will be launched for the first time on December the 22nd in the capital of the Perm region.
Muaythai Factory” is a series of professional tournaments that will be held in 2019 in the cities: Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Makhachkala, Sochi, Kemerovo. The strongest athletes of the country in four weight categories during the year will fight for the title of champion of Russia.
The Permian Hammer will take on a starting test tournament, in which the leading Muaythai fighters of Russia will demonstrate their skills and will oppose foreign rivals.
The culmination of the evening will be three fights, two for the title of intercontinental Thai boxing champion and one European title according to the WMC (World Muaythai Council), in which the stars of the muaythai world will take part in.
The event starts at 17.00.
The live broadcast is on Match! Fighter and Fight Space.
Full Fight Card
Muaythai perm
60 kg, Ildot Ismonov (Kiselevsk) – Dmitry Kovtun (Chelyabinsk)
63.5 kg, Andrey Khromov (Prokopyevsk) – Nikita Minkin (Perm)
67 kg, Konstantin Krasnov (Perm) – Vladimir Kuzmin (Ekaterinburg)
71 kg, Fedor Savelyev (Solikamsk) – Vladimir Gabov (Kemerovo)
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Muaythai Factory
Muaythai Factory
65 kg, Abdulmalik Mugidinov (Russia) – Sebastien Fleury (Switzerland)
70 kg, Alexander Skvortsov (Russia) – Fabio Puce (Italy)
77 kg, Dmitry Menshikov (Russia) – Abena Shonzinyo Rome (Suriname)
88+ kg, Semyon Shelepov (Russia) – Beybulat Isaev (Russia)
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WMC Intercontinental Title
66.68 kg, Alexey Ulyanov (Russia) – Pakorn Musipon (Thailand)
WMC European Title
69.85 kg, Artem Pashporin (Russia) – Ayman Nayanesh (Spain – DR Congo)
WMC Intercontinental Title
72.58 kg, Magomed Zainukov (Russia) – Sudsakorn Som Klinmee (Thailand)

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