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BULLYBOY expected the easy victory, but RUSSIAN HAMMER put his strength on display!

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Hi again, dear MMA fans! You already had a chance to watch the first fight of Roman Zentsov on our channel and see what Russian Hammer is capable of in the fights against Dutch Giant Herman Van Tol and Andrey Arlovski.

Tonight we go to the Netherlands where in the first decade of the 21th century were held 2 Hot 2 Handle events with very strong fightcards. All the fights were in the ring and the knockdowns were counted during the fight. Dutch promotion had very good relations with M-1, that’s why the best fighters from both promotions fought in M-1 and 2H2H and gave their best performances to Russians and Dutch fans.

October 7, 2001 – Roman Zentsov participated in eight-man tournament at 2 Hot 2 Handle 3 event. He had 2 victories and 2 defeats as a pro, his opponent was Dave van der Veen who was not only pro MMA fighter, but also the national powerlifting champion. Dutch fighter preferred stand-up exchanges with any opponent, so Roman was the best possible challenge for his striking skills.

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