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M-1 Challenge 55: Guram Gugenishvili Memorial Show weigh-in results

M-1 Challenge 55: Guram Gugenishvili Memorial Show weigh-in results

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OFFICIAL WEIGHTS

MAIN CARD

(L-R) – Maro Perek, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Denis Smoldarev

HEAVYWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

MARO PERAK (23-4-1), Croatia, 216 lbs. (98.1 kg)

DENIS SMOLDAREV (9-1-0), Estonia, 266 ½ lbs. (121 kg)

(L-R) — Kenny Garner, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Aslambek Musaev

HEAVYWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

KENNY “Deuce” GARNER (14-8-0), United States, 263 lbs. (119.5 kg)

ASLAMBEK “Titan” MUSAEV (5-1-0), Chechnya, 211 lbs. (95.8 kg)

(L-R) – Luigi Fioravanti, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Nodar Kudukhashvili

MIDDLEWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

NODAR KUDUKHASHVILI (7-1-0), Georgia, 182 ½ lbs. (82.9 kg)

LUIGI “The Italian Tank” FIORAVANTI (25-12-0), United States, 184 ½ lbs. (83.9 kg)

(L-R) – Max Coga, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Pavel Vitruk

FEATHERWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

PAVEL VITRUK (12-0-0), Ukraine, 145 lbs. (65.8 kg)

MAX COGA (10-3-0), Germany, 144 ½ lbs. (65.5 kg)

(L-R) – Arsen Abdulkerimov, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Levan Razmadze

HEAVYWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

LEVAN “Zangrief” RAZMADZE (5-0-0), Georgia, 275 lbs. (124.9 kg)

ARSEN ABDULKERIMOV (7-2-0), Russia, 250 lbs. (113.6 kg)

Heydar Mamedaliyev, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Artiom Damkovsky

LIGHTWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

ARTIOM DAMKOVSKY (19-0-0), Belarus, 154 lbs. (70.1 kg)

HEYDAR MAMEDALIYEV (7-0-0), Azerbaijan, 157 lbs. (71.3 kg)

MIDDLEWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

ENOC SOLVES TORRES (15-8-0), Spain *

IBRAGIM TIBILOS (7-2-0), Russia *

PRELIMINARY CARD

(L-R) – Raul Tutarauli, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Artur Aliev

LIGHTWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

ARTUR ALIEV (1-0-0 ), Russia, 153 lbs. (69.7 kg)
RAUL TUTARAULI (2-1-0), Georgia, 155 lbs. (70.4 kg)

(L-R) – Shamil Alibekov, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Soso Nizhardaze

FEATHERWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

SHAMIL ALIBEKOV (1-0-0 ), Russia, 142 ½ lbs. (64.8 kg)

SOSO NIZHARADZE (pro debut), Georgia, 142 ½ lbs. (64.8 kg)

(L-R) – Batraz Agnaev, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Lukasz Borowski

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

LUKASZ BOROWSKI (3-2-0), Poland, 200 ½ lbs. (91.1 kg)

BATRAZ AGNAEV (1-0-0), Russia, 204 lbs. (92.6 kg)

MIDDLEWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

ARTEM FROLOV (2-0-0), Russia, 183 ½ lbs. (83.4 kg)

ARTUR ODDILOBEKOV (2-3-0), Tajikistan *

(L-R) – Kurbananali Abdusalamov, M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Archil Taziashvili

FEATHERWEIGHTS – 3 X 5

KURBANANALI ABDUSALAMOV (3-2-0), Russia, 145 lbs. (65.8 kg)

ARCHIL TAZIASHVILI (0-1-0), Georgia, 143 lbs. (65.1 kg)

*Fighters hadn’t arrived yet in Tbilisi due to bad weather

WHAT: M-1 Challenge 55: Guram Gugenishvili Memorial Show

WHEN: Saturday, February 21, 2015

10:00 a.m. (New York City), 6:00 p.m. (Moscow)

WHERE: Tbilisi, Georgia 1:30

PROMOTER: M-1 Global

LIVE STREAM: WWW.M1GLOBAL.TV

M-1 Challenge 55 will be streamed live from Georgia in high definition on www.M1Global.TV. Viewers will be able to watch the fights by logging on to register at www.M1Global.TV.Viewers will be able to watch the preliminary fights and main card by logging on to register at www.M1Global.TV. Fans may also watch all of the action on their computers, as well as on Andriod and Apple smart phones and tablets. The entire card will also be broadcast live, starting at 10:00 a.m. ET, on Fight Network via Cablevision’s Optimum TV, Grande Communications, Shentel Cable and Armstrong Cable in the U.S., nationwide in Canada, and on Roku devices across North America, and globally in more than 30 countries across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

Denis Smoldarev
Former M-1 Challenge heavyweight champion Kenny “Deuce” Garner
(L-R) – M-1 Global promoter Vadim Finkelchtein and Kenny “Deuce” Garner
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