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Professional Fighting Championship 8

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The PFC will be holding their 8th event in Odessa, Ukraine on Oct. 1. From the little I know about European MMA, it seems odd for an MMA event to be held at the State Circus Arena. That's were PFC 8 will be held, doors open at 7 p.m. for this 12 fight card.

PFC 8 will pit Ukraine fight team Combat-DoBro against the Serbian national team (Serbia Top Team). Since the PFC is based in Ukraine, I can only assume the match-ups will be more than favorable to their fighters. Five different fighters will compete on each team. I believe the winning team will move on to fight in PFC 9.

Rounding out the undercard another Ukraine fight team Pro Team Peresvit will take on the Belorussian fight team MMA Academy. Again I would greatly favor the Ukraine team because where the promotion is based. As the last team vs. team match-up each team will have five fighters.

The best fight on this card is the co-main event where undefeated Magomed Saadulaev (10-0) will take on Arni Isaksson (7-3) for the PFC Welterweight Title. All 5-foot-5 of Saadulaev should be able to take out the "Ice Viking". In the future I would like to see Saadulaev cut down to at least lightweight. If Saadulaev stays at welterweight he is going to have a tough time defeating better competition in Europe.

The main event is kind of interesting with a fight between the Bulgarian Aleksandar Radosavljevic (10-2) and the Russian Adlan Amagov (5-1-1). I don't know a whole lot about the two, but it should be a very violent fight while it lasts. Both guys are going to meet in the center of the ring and bash each other. If you like violence then this is a fight you need to watch.

The best part about the PFC is they post their fights on YouTube. So even if you are thousands of miles away you can still watch the action. Videos are posted after the jump. If you like violence mixed with awesome Ukraine music take a look!

 

 

Magomed Saadulaev vs. Sergei Bal