November 30, 2015
Excitements are on the rise as the Afghan Mixed Martial Art (MMA) fighter Baz Mohammad Mubariz is facing his opponent from Russia Rasul Ediev in a rescheduled fight expected to be held in Tajikistan later next month.
Mubariz was expecting to face Ediev in Chechnya on 28th November however the fight was rescheduled as his opponent entered into another fight with a fighter from Brazil.
Ediev defeated his Brazilian opponent in the first round of the fight, adding more thrill to the upcoming fight by adding another win in his record.
Mubariz has appeared in 8 fights which includes 5 wins and 3 losses with a victory over Michal Vostry in his last fight on 22nd August.
However, Ediev’s records include 8 fights with 6 wins and 2 losses only.
This will be the first appearance of Mubariz in Absolute Championship Berkut (ACB) after securing first place in “Striking Eagles” fighting contest, organized last month to find the talented fighters.
Mubariz received 7,516 votes during the contest which was held for a period of two weeks in the month of October. was selected among the 30 fighters of the world by ACB during the initial phases of the contest where 450 fighters from different countries participated.
ACB had earlier announced that three fighters who receives the most votes will sign a contract with ACB League where two fighters on the jury’s choice will fight at Absolute Championship Berkut international tournaments.