Many fighters who competed at M-1 Global tournaments could show not only a good fight, but also a bright, memorable show when entering the arena. Many such performances were often noted by fans and specialists. Indeed, since the days of Pride FC, fans of mixed martial arts have been missing bright personalities.
One of these fighters was the Brazilian Alexandre Ramos, whose combat nickname was “Bloody”, and in the list of his regalia were a brown belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, a black belt in Muay Thai (yes, yes, once again I remind you that in In Brazil, there is a gradation of belts in Thai boxing) and 9 victories in 11 professional fights according to the rules of mixed martial arts.Well, as you already, I think, have noticed, in his arsenal there was also a very impressive entry into the battle.
The Brazilian came to Russia to demonstrate all his talents at the M-1 Challenge 62 tournament, which took place on October 10, 2015 in Sochi, right next to the brand new Formula 1 track. Alexandre’s opponent was the Russian champion in hand-to-hand combat, who did not know defeat in mixed martial arts Alexey Kunchenko, nicknamed Wolverine. He represented the Orenburg club Fighter, and behind him there were 10 victories in 10 fights, and then the star of Alexei was rapidly ascending into the sky of Russian mixed martial arts.
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