Kunlun Fight 2 Cage Series in Kazakhstan features Beibit Nazarov vs “Robinho” Amorim



Kunlun Fight 2 Cage Series Bebit Nazarov vs Bruno Amorim
Kunlun Fight 2 Cage Series Bebit Nazarov vs Bruno Amorim

Kunlun Fight from China is hosting its second Cage Fight event on April 4, 2015 in Kazakhstan. Beibit Nazarov and Bruno “Robinho” Amorim are the main event for the promotion co-hosted by Alem Fighters.

Nazarov and Amorim each have more experience in their respective careers that their records show, with the Kazakh proponent being a kick boxer and “Robinho” well-known from the grappling accolades he’s received. Yet Nazarov has a finish by choke, and Amorim’s lone win was a KO. So, there can’t be accurate predictions for this one, though a title for the 72kg match is up for grabs and should make both men eager to claim it. Nazarov gets the hometown advantage.

The remainder of the card features Team Alem Fighters going head to head with Kunlun representatives from China and other countries. Heili Alateng and Zhang Zhifa are most notable of the China faction.

Kunlun primarily focuses on kickboxing and Muay Thai matches, and is attempting to cultivate the China inters in MMA with 1 or 2 bouts per event. They hold monthly events across China, and are co-promoting abroad, with Italy forecast as the European launch soon. Broacast deals in China are set on satellite Jiangsu TV both live and delayed.

Kunlun Fight 2 Cage with Alem Fighters
April 4, 2015
Almaty, Kazakhstan

– 57
Alpamys Adiâtov (Kazakhstan) vs Shang Zhifa (China)

– 61 kg
Altynbek Bažimov (Kazakhstan) vs Heili Alateng (China)

– 72-kilograms
Kamzaev Ruslan (Kazakhstan) vs Abdel′kerin El Kuèdi (France)

– 61-th kg
Nurbergen Sharipov (Kazakhstan) vs Ma Shuang (China)

– 77.5 kg
Bauyrzhan Kuanyshbaev (Kazakhstan) vs Xu Yonghao (China)

– 66 kilos
Nurzhan Tutkaev (Kazakhstan) vs Maxim Giakalon (France)

– 66 kilos
Askar Umbetov (Kazakhstan) vs Kyle Rozevski (United States)

– 57
Kazybek Ashimov (Kazakhstan) vs Jung Won-Seok (South Korea)

– 72-kilograms
Beibit Nazarov (Kazakhstan) vs Bruno Amorim “Robinho” (Brazil)