United Struggle Alliance (UFA) has introduced it’s heading again to Turkey to hold the June seventeenth MMA World Combine Struggle world-class occasion, that includes skilled mixed-martial-arts and kickboxing, at Phantasm in Antalya, Turkey.
UFA CEO Jordan “Jay” Adams can be calling all of the motion from cageside, dwell on TV 8.5 in Turkey, and taped-live to tentatively air on the UFA community in July throughout america.
“We’re thrilled to be working with Turkey’s MMA World Combine Struggle Group,” Adams stated. “They’ve been ready a very long time to provide this present. Their enthusiasm and anticipation is excessive. I can inform they’ll’t wait to current their athletes to the remainder of the world. We now get to see their talent units as solely the area’s’ finest can be on the cardboard. Afghanistan, Morocco, Georgia, Iran, Turkmenistan, Angola, Iraq and naturally, Turkey, are all properly represented within the cage on June seventeenth in Antalya Turkey. United Struggle Alliance can be there to be sure to don’t miss one second of fights!”
Three MMA World Combine Struggle title fights are on faucet. The principle occasion is a battle between Turkey’s Bayram Yalcin (13-2-0) and Habib Karimo (10-1-0), of Afghanistan, for the MMA World Combine Struggle Featherweight Championship.
Turkey’s Hamdi “Wolverine” Kuzgun (7-2-0) squares off with Elmahdi Zineddine (11-6-0), combating out of Germany by the use of Morocco, within the co-featured occasion for the vacant MMA World Combine Struggle middleweight title.
The third title battle matches undefeated Turk, Koray Cengiz (8-0-0), towards Vaja Matcharashvili (4-4-0), of Georgia, for the vacant MMA World Combine Struggle Heavyweight crown.
There are two different scheduled MMA fights on the cardboard: Turkey feminine strawweight Sedef Arsian (0-1-0 vs. Iranian Fatime Yavari (0-1-0), and Iraq featherweight Hamza Nahma (10-3-0) vs. Russian Akhmed Erzu Akrieve (7-1-0).
Three kickboxing fights are additionally on faucet. WAKO World kickboxing champion Bahram Rajabzadeh (30-3-1), of Azerbaijan, versus heavyweight Mohammed Amine (25-4-0), combating out of Morocco by the use of Netherland, showcases two of the most effective kickboxers in Europe.
Turkey’s World kickboxing and Muay Thai champion, Mehmet Koktas (10-3-0), throws down with South African middleweight Mateus Mengue (9-1-0), whereas Turkish heavyweight Mehmet “Mountain” Ozer (15-5-0) takes on Iranian Muhammad Abdollahpor (9-3-0).