TAG: M-1 Challenge 68

2016 MMA fight – Alexander Shlemenko vs Vyacheslav Vasilevsky 2 – full fight Video M-1

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-06-16, good performance by both fighters and nice finish: Alexander Shlemenko vs Vyacheslav Vasilevsky 2 gets three stars.

The former Bellator Mw champion Alexander Shlemenko entered this fight with a professional mma record of 52-9-0 (71% finishing rate) and he is ranked as the No.22 middleweight in the world. He suffered two consecutive defeats in 2014, against Tito Ortiz (fight in which he moved up in weight class to the light-Hw division, Shlemenko vs Ortiz) and Brandon Halsey (losing his Bellator title Shlemenko vs Halsey), but then he has won three bouts beating Melvin Manhoef (then the result was overturned in a no-contest because the Russian tested positive for anabolic, Shlemenko vs Manhoef) and Vyacheslav Vasilevsky in 2015 (their first fight, Shlemenko vs Vasilevsky I).
His opponent, the black belt in judo, world combat sambo, M-1 light-Hw and Mw champion Vyacheslav Vasilevsky, has an official record of 27-4-0 (70% finishing rate) and he entered as the No.37 in the same weight class but he lost two out of his last three fights, against Ramazan Emeev (=Vasilevsky vs Emeev 2) and Alexander Shlemenko; between these two bouts he beat Kristijan Perak. Shlemenko vs Vasilevsky 2, main event of the M-1 Challenge 68, is the final of the M-1 Global middleweight GP. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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2016 MMA fight – Alexander Volkov vs Attila Vegh – full fight Video M-1 Challenge 68

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-06-16, good exchanges between Alexander Volkov and Attila Vegh: it gets three stars.

The former Bellator and current M-1 Global Hw champion Alexander Volkov entered this fight with a pro mma record of 25-6-0 (80% finishing rate) and he is ranked as the No.23 heavyweight in the world. He suffered two consecutive losses in 2015, against Tony Johnson (=Volkov vs Johnson) and Cheick Kongo (=Kongo vs Volkov), but he came back to win in 2016 with Denis Smoldarev (=Volkov vs Smoldarev).
His opponent, the black belt in karate and former Bellator light-Hw champion Attila Vegh, has a record of 29-6-2 (72% finishing rate) and he entered as the No.44 light heavyweight but he comes off two defeats, both by split decision: against Emanuel Newton (=Vegh vs Newton 2) and Goran Reljic (=Vegh vs Reljic). Volkov vs Vegh is valid for the M-1 Challenge heavyweight title (Volkov’s first defense); undercard of Alexander Shlemenko vs Vyacheslav Vasilevsky 2 – M-1 Challenge 68. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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