M-1 Challenge XXII LIVE STREAM starting 11:00am EST / 8:00am PSTPosted on December 10, 2009, 07:24 AM by Anton Gurevich
M-1 Global will open probably the most anticipated weekend of the year, with stacked top-to-bottom Challenge XXII fight card. The event will take place at the legendary Druzhba (Friendship) Arena in Moscow, Russia, featuring no less than three title bouts on the card.
M-1 Challenge XXII title fights will feature Champions from both Eastern and Western Selection series, who will fight each other for the promotion's most prestigious title. Abner Lloveras will fight Shamil Zavurov for the M-1 Welterweight title, Magomed Sultanakhmedov and Rafa? ‘Kulturysta’ Moks will square off for the Middleweight title, as Tomasz Narkun will go to war against Vyacheslav Vasilevsky for the M-1 Light Heavyweight title.
FREE LIVE STREAM of the full M-1 Challenge XXII event will be available at M-1Global.com.
Under Card Bouts
Alexander Sarnavskiy (152.0 lbs) vs. Arsen Ubaidulaev (152.0 lbs) Lightweight
Cindy ‘Battlecat’ Dandois (144.1lbs) vs. Yana Kunitskaya (144.0 lbs) Woman’s 145lb
Pat Bennett (242.5 lbs) vs. Alexander Volkov (224.5 lbs) Heavyweight
Vinny Magalhaes (204.0 lbs) vs. Alihan Magomedov (203.5 lbs) Light Heavyweight
Luigi Fioravanti (185.0 lbs) vs. Arthur Guseinov (183.0 lbs) Middleweight
Mikhail Zayats (202.0 lbs) vs. David Tkeshelashvili (205.0 lbs) Light Heavyweight
Daniel Vizcaya (201.0 lbs) vs. Victor Nemkov (203.0 lbs) Light Heavyweight
Vusal Bayramov (155.0 lbs) vs. Alexander Tokarev (153.5 lbs) Lightweight
Valeri Scherbakov (227.0 lbs) vs. Vitaliy Minakov (246.0 lbs) Heavyweight
Abner Lloveras, M-1 Selection Western Europe 2010 champion (167.0 lbs) vs.
Shamil Zavurov, M-1 Selection Eastern Europe 2010 champion (169.0 lbs)
Magomed ‘The White Wolf’ Sultanakhmedov, M-1 Selection Eastern Europe 2010 champion (183.5 lbs) vs.
Rafa? ‘Kulturysta’ Moks, M-1 Selection Western Europe 2010 champ (177.5 lbs)
Light Heavyweight Division
Tomasz ‘Giraffe’ Narkun, M-1 Selection Western Europe champion (205.0 lbs) vs.
Vyacheslav ‘Slava’ Vasilevsky, M-1 Selection Eastern Europe champion (191.0 lbs)