M-1 Challenge XXV’s Full Card The Product of Experience, Depth and Desire

St. Petersburg, Russia (April 25, 2011) – Headlined with two title fights, M-1 Challenge XXV’s full card represents the definition of MMA. Striker and Sambo specialist Shamil Zavurov puts his welterweight belt on the line on against the fearsome multi-disciplined versatility of Yasubey Enomoto while BJJ Ace Vinny Magalhaes aims to seize the vacant light heavyweight strap in a battle against Viktor Nemkov, Russia’s stealth submission specialist with dynamite-packed fists. Fans can capture all the action from the Ice Palace in St. Petersburg, Russia, LIVE online on the official M-1 Global website, and M-1 Global facebook fan page starting at 11:00am EST / 8:00am PST on Thursday April 28th.

is set to be another exciting, action packed card for our fans. Our growth as a promotion is based on our fights and our goal is to continue doing what we do best – creating matchups between rising stars who leave it on the canvass and finish,” said M-1 Global Director of Operations Evgeni Kogan. “We appreciate our fans’ support; keep telling us how to improve and we’ll keep delivering awesome televised and streamed events!”

M-1 Challenge XXV Under Card:

Albert Akhmetov (2-0)  vs. Ramazan Esenbaev (2-0)  Welterweight (170 Lbs)

M-1 Challenge XXV Main Card (Streaming Live):

Maxim Grishin (7-5)  vs. Vladimir Kuchenko (4-8-1) Heavyweight (205+ Lbs.)

Mikhail Zayats (13-5)  vs. Malik Merad (10-6)  Light Heavyweight

Arsen Temirkhanov (8-1) vs. Juanma Suarez (6-0)  Welterweight

Murad Magomedov (6-6)  vs. Ramazan Emeev (7-1)   Middleweight (185 Lbs)

Alexander Volkov (10-3)  vs. Denis Goltsov (2-2)  Heavyweight

Alexander Yakovlev (10-3)  vs. Christian Eckerlin (6-0)  Welterweight

Andrei Semenov (29-9-2) vs. Luigi Fioravanti (22-8)  Middleweight

Welterweight Championship Bout:

Shamil Zavurov, M-1 Challenge Champion (19-1) meets Yasubey Enomoto (6-2)

Light Heavyweight (205 Lbs) Championship Bout:

Vinny Magalhaes (7-5) battles Viktor Nemkov (10-2) for the vacant 205-pound strap

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