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Abu Dhabi Warriors returns in September

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The next big event in Abu Dhabi will see the return of the much anticipated Abu Dhabi Warriors 3 on September 26th at the IPIC Arena.
The organization will bring back the very best mixed martial artists from the previous events and add a few world class talents that will enrich the whole experience for an audience that is becoming more and more interested in live mixed martial arts events. We will have live coverage from Abu Dhabi, see you in September!


Here is what the fight card looks like so far:
Waylon Lowe vs. Vaso Bakocevic
Max Nunes vs. Fabricio Monteiro
Svetlozar Savov vs. Ryuta Sakurai
Brett Rogers vs. Derrick Mehmen
Baga Agaev vs. Mike Kyle

Abu Dhabi Warriors Live Results

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Abu Dhabi Warriors Warriors 1 Has started tonight at the amazing Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center – ICC Hall.  The Cage Report’s Alina Parau is on the scene with these results. With Big John Mr Carthy on the scene as head referee this should be nothing but an exciting night. Check back in later when we have all the nights events covered in a picture album.

Flavio Serafim defeats Andrew Nicola 3:20 into round one via submission (armbar)
Magomed Magomedmerikov drops Thiago Vella.  He wins by TKO 4:21 into round one
Mihail Cazacu defeats Nilson Lopes by TKO (punches) – round three – 1:31
Levi Da Costa wins by TKO (stoppage) as Claudio Conti couldn’t answer the bell for round three.
Mikhail Zayats submits Marcin Elsner at 4:44 of the second round by guillotine choke.
Benjamin Brinsa emerges victorious against Simone Tessari by unanimous decision
Kazunori Yokota submits Anatoly Safronov by RNC at 4:07 of the the third.
Yevgeniy Mahteenko def. Jose Pele landi-Jons via unanimous decision
Maro Perak def. Travis Wiuff via split decision

Abu Dhabi Warriors takes flight this Friday at the Abu Dhabi Exhibition Center

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The much anticipated event will feature an exciting card with fights that promise to entertain the crowd. ‘Big’ John McCarthy will officiate the event set to take place on November 4th at 8pm. The main event features a heavyweight bout between Croatian Maro Perak (21-3-1) and American Travis ‘Diesel’ Wiuff. In the light heavyweight category, the 3 fights include Poland’s Marcin Elsner vs. Russian Mikhail Zayats, Japanese Kazunori Yokota vs. Ukraine’s Anatoly Safronov and Mihail Cazacu of Moldova taking on Brazil’s Nilson ‘Pokemon’ Lopes, who was victorious at Dubai’s inaugural event DFC:The beginning last May. In the middleweight division, Magomed Magomedkerimov of Russia will face Keith Smetana of the USA, German Benjamin Brinsa will go head-to-head against US Marine Caleb Dysert-John, and Italy’s Claudio Conti will face Brazilian Levi Da Costa. Kurt Kinser, of the USA, and Amir Visalimov of Austria will headline the lightweight division while Brazilian BJJ black belt Jose Pele Landi and Jevgeniy Mahteenko of Ukraine will complete the card in the welterweight category.
This event is sure to be entertaining and a superb debut to the Abu Dhabi Warriors Fighting Championship. I will be cage side the night of the event so keep posted for updates and results.

VIDEO – Abu Dhabi Warriors Commercial – November 2nd, 2012

Abu Dhabi Warriors Championship Comercial from saad jizawi on Vimeo.

Travis Wiuff: ‘I’m Coming To Entertain And Win In Convincing Fashion’ – Abu Dhabi Warriors

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The withdrawal of Latvia’s Konstantin Gluhov left a gaping hole in the Abu Dhabi Warriors 1 main event. However, this has been more than adequately filled by Travis Wiuff, a veteran of over eighty professional contests, who will now be the man to face Maro Perak in heavyweight action. In spite of the short notice, ‘Diesel’ is raring to go and confident.

“I’m very ready for this fight,” asserted the American. “I’ve been fighting for twelve years and taken many fights on short notice. I’m always training and I’ll be ready to go on November 2nd.”

Known as the ‘Mean Machine,’ Wiuff’s opponent, Perak, is regarded as one of Europe’s best heavyweight mixed martial artists and can boast a stellar 21-3-1 record. This doesn’t concern the Minnestota-based scrapper, who’s of the view the pair match up well.

“I see Maro as a tough opponent, but from watching his fights his style is nothing I haven’t seen before in my twelve years of fighting,” analysed Travis. “The fans can expect a exciting fight. No matter where it goes, whether on the ground or standing, I think I have the advantage and can finish the fight.”

Wiuff feels he benefits from a positive preparatory environment, and that this will pay dividends at the ADNEC Exhibition Centre. He said,

“Training’s been great. I work out with people who are better than me in all aspects of fighting. I get pushed hard every day and my workout partners make sure I’m always ready. I spar, wrestle, and do jiu-jitsu two times per week. I will be ready for whatever Maro Perak does.”

Losing isn’t an option for Travis, who is determined to prove his mettle at ADW 1.

“This fight is going to end with me getting my hand raised,” asserted the 34-year-old. “I’m going to win by out-working my opponent and dominating him in every position. I’m coming to entertain and win in convincing fashion.”

via Travis Wiuff: ‘I’m Coming To Entertain And Win In Convincing Fashion’ – Abu Dhabi Warriors.


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