free fight is a fight without rules or law that the fighter exercise so hard to prepared theirselves.
If you want to be success stay one round more...!
The fighter in the free fight exercise ,boxing,wrestling,...and etc
the fighters always have schedule for their exercise and they always hard working to success in the rink.
it's so difficult sport that the common person can't play it
There is no one that reject the difficulty of free fight .
2018 was an interesting year for combat sports. We had the biggest (UFC) card in the history of the promotion, plenty of proof that the “ boxing is dead ” beliefs are highly unfounded, and a whole lot in between.
Here at Bloody Elbow, we did our best to cover everything we could. And to give you a glimpse at what drew the best, here’s a little list of our top 20 articles of the year from a page view standpoint.
There are a couple of things that should be noted. The first is that we didn’t include any play-by-plays or (UFC) event highlight videos in the list. They do draw a lot of traffic, but the list would be pretty boring if 85% of it was just that sort of thing. So we took them out to focus on what else drew last year.
The second is that while the list is obviously heavy on Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov, we’re proud of the fact that a wide variety of things we do here made the top 20. From Wing Chun vs. MMA to features by Karim Zidan to boxing videos to a Bellator post, our traffic was spread around in some interesting ways.
The Afghan fighter in UFC
seyar bahador zada
Bahadurzada was born in panjshir, Afghanistan on April 17, 1984. He grew up in a Muslim family in Afghanistan, experiencing the Soviet war in Afghanistan and the Taliban's oppression. After 15 years his family moved to the Netherlands in (1999). Bahadurzada's grandfather gave him the name ((The Killer)) when Siyar beat up kids who were older than him at a young age. Siyar began to train under Martijn de Jong at the Tatsujin dojo. De Jong is well respected in the Dutch community as an MMA authority and quickly took Bahadurzada as a student.
Curtis Millender vs. Siyar Bahadurzada booked for UFC 232 in Las Vegas
Bahadurzada has won three straight fights, all by stoppage. After back-to-back decision losses to Dong Hyun Kimand John Howard, he submitted Brandon Thatch at UFC 196 in March 2016, knocked out Rob Wilkinson in a middleweight fight in September 2017, and knocked out Luan Chagas for a bonus in April this year. The fight with Millender will be the first time Bahadurzada has two fights in a calendar year since 2013
Millender has won eight straight fights, including his first two bouts in the UFC earlier this year. His current winning streak is on the heels of a rough stretch that saw him drop three of four fights, including back-to-back submission losses to Brennan Ward and Fernando Gonzalez for Bellator.
After a knockout of Johnny Cisneros at Bellator 170 in January 2017, he won three straight under the LFA banner, including back-to-back head-kick knockouts, before signing with the UFC. In his promotional debut, he knocked out Thiago Alves for a $50,000 bonus in Texas. And at UFC 226 in July, he outworked Max Griffin for a unanimous decision.