Team Russia Red Devil defeats Team Holland at M-1 Challenge 2008 Finals

AMSTELVEEN, the Netherlands, which is located several minutes north of Amsterdam, was the host of the M-1 CHALLENGE 2008 FINALS on January 11, 2009. Team Russia Red Devil clashed with Team Holland for the main trophy of the inaugural M-1 Challenge season. Team Red Devil walked away the victors winning four of the five bouts. Here are the results:

Team Red Devil vs. Team Holland Finals results:
(HW) Alexey Oleinik def. Jessie Gibbs by sub. (choke) in rd 2
(LHW) Mikhail Zayats def. David Haagsman by sub. (armbar) in rd 1
(MW) Jason Jones def. Dmitry Samoilov by unanimous decision
(WW) Erik Oganov def. Romano de los Reyes by unanimous decision
(LW) Mikhail Malyutin def. Bogdan Christea by split decision
Superfights results:
(LHW) Toni Valtonen def. Chang Seob Lee by TKO (strikes) in rd 3
(MW) Radmir Gabdulin def. Hoon Kim by sub. (triangle choke) in rd 2
(HW) Sang Soo Lee def. Ricardo Wondel by TKO (hand injury)
(HW) Enoc Solves Torres def. Seung Bae Whi by unanimous decision

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Free live stream: M-1 ‘Final Challenge’ on Jan.11

On January 11th, Team Holland takes on Team Russia Red Devil at M-1 ‘Final Callenge’ in Amstelveen, the Netherlands at the Special Sports Centrum Arena. MMA fans get a special treat as the event will be streamed live on the M-1 Global website: www.m1mixfight.com beginning at 10 a.m. PST/1 p.m. EST (21:00 Moscow Time) this Sunday.

The event, which features the two teams in a battle for the championship title of the inaugural M-1 Challenge season, also features four ‘super bouts’. Here is the line up for the nine-bout fight card:

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M-1 reschedules M-1 Challenge finals

Team Russia Red Devil and Team Holland, as well as several superfights were originally scheduled to take place at the 2008 M-1 Challenge finals at the Emerald Queen Hotel and Casino on Friday, December 26 in Seattle, Washington.

However, due to extreme weather conditions, it was not going to be possible for M-1 to transport the fighters to Seattle in time for the event. The Seattle area has been experiencing below freezing weather, snow mixed with freezing rain, and fog. The rest of the week’s forecast looks just as bad.

The M-1 Challenge finals have been rescheduled to take place in Amsterdam either on December 28 or January 4.

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