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Charnetski overwhelmed Kosumov in an exciting fight

Siarhei Charnetski defeated Suliman Kosumov in a final bout of the category under 75 kilograms of the First European SENSHI Open championship under the rules of KWU SENSHI.

After very exciting three rounds the judges declared Chanetski as a winner, but kudos to Kosumov for showing a heart of a warrior.

Charnetski was supported by his fellow Belarussians in the crowd very loudly and started the fight strong. In the middle of Round 1 he was already feeling comfortable in the ring and started landing kick after kick and blow after blow.

In round 2 after a heated exchange, a cut was open above the left eye of Kosumov. He started taking more risks in search of turning the score in his favor and left the impression that despite the cut the round was pretty even. That`s why everything was decided in the third and final round.


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