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Pashporin outpoints Tsvick at SENSHI 9

Artem Pashporin grabbed a decision victory over Oleg Tsvik in the main card of SENSHI 9, played in Kamchia.

The two met in the category up to 70 kg according to the rules of KWU SENSHI.

The collision started without any risks. Pashporin was the first to place a high kick. There were some tough exchanges in the middle of the first round. The Russian continued to set the pace, as in the final moments of the part he sent his opponent in knockdown with an amazing high kick.

In the second round, neither of the fighters had prevailed in the exchanges. Apparently, the instructions from Zwick’s corner made some corrections, because he had begun to neutralize Pashporin’s powerful attacks. Very equal three minutes.

In the final round, Pashporin was more active, although his opponent was moving forward and looking for the attack. In the last seconds of the match, the Russian placed an impressive right high kick, which was the best shot in the match.

With an overall better performance, Artem Pashporin deserved the victory with a decision.


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