The Fighting & Entertainment Association (FEA) makes its debut in Odessa, Ukraine Saturday with a stellar fight card featuring some of Europe’s top fighters.
The FEA World GP Odessa fight card features a four-man tournament to crown a new FEA Lightweight Champion, as well as a scheduled five-round battle for the organization’s Interim Heavyweight Title featuring multiple-time champion Pavel Zhuravlev and WMC European titleholder Mehmet Ozer of Turkey.
In addition, there are a number of super fights featuring world-class fighters.
Here is the fight card (subject to change).
All bouts except the Zhuravlev-Ozer title bout are scheduled for three rounds of three minutes, with an extra round if necessary.
All FEA World GP Odessa bouts will be governed by K-1 rules.
Kickboxing fans around the world can catch all the action at feafights.tv (pay-per-view).
24 August, 2019
FEA World GP Odessa
Palace of Sports, Odessa, Ukraine
Promoter: Fighting & Entertainment Association (FEA)
-73 kg: Maxim Drobotenko (Ukraine) vs Rostislav Melnichuk (Ukraine)
-75 kg: Artiom Livadari (Moldova) vs Serghei Drozd (Ukraine)
-65 kg: Martin Vetrila (Moldova) vs Ivan Zhalo (Ukraine)
-53 kg (Women): Funda Alkayis (Turkey) vs Ruslana Vyniavska (Ukraine)
-65 kg: Oleg Likhtorovich (Belarus) vs Zakhar Pavelko (Ukraine)
-60 kg: Cengiz Lale (Turkey) vs Vladislav Melnic (Ukraine)
-95 kg: Joao Chapas Silva (Portugal) vs Mladen Kujundzic (Croatia)
-65 kg: David Mejia (Colombia) vs Simon Santana (Norway)
-71 kg Tournament Semifinal 1: Furkan Karabag (Turkey) vs Constantin Rusu (Moldova)
-71 kg Tournament Semifinal 2: Zhora Akopyan (Armenia) vs Stanislav Kazantsev (Ukraine)
-71 kg: Maxim Spodarenko (Belarus) vs Artur Zakirko (Ukraine)
-85 kg: Nicolae Caraus (Moldova) vs Oleksii Vershynin (Ukraine)
-71 kg Tournament Final
Winner Semifinal 1 vs Winner Semifinal 2
+95 kg: Mehmet Ozer (Turkey) vs Pavel “The Caiman” Zhuravlev (Ukraine)-For the FEA Interim Heavyweight Title