Wrestler with a chance to win first honor for Bulgaria – Combat Sports

Wrestler with a chance to win first honor for Bulgaria – Combat Sports
Wrestler with a chance to win first honor for Bulgaria – Combat Sports

Ali Umarpashaev lost to Jordan Burrows (USA), Olympic and five-time world champion, 2:9 and will argue for bronze in the 79-kilogram freestyle World Championships in Belgrade.

Before that, the Chechen naturalized in our country achieved 3 authoritative victories. At the start in the category, Umarpashaev overcame the Ossetian with a Slovenian passport, Akhsarbek Gulaev, who is the European champion from 2021, with 3:2, then he did not give a point to the Georgian Vladimiri Gamkrelidze – 10:0, in the quarterfinals he also dealt with the bronze medalist of the Asian championship Yudai Takashi (Japan) – 5:3, and in the next round he will meet one of the most successful wrestlers in the category – Jordan Burrows.

Umarpashaev still has no distinction for Bulgaria from a major championship.

Another wrestler naturalized in our country – the Dagestani Ramazan Ramazanov (70) – did not make it to the repechages. He had two wins and a loss in the quarterfinals. The national, who earlier in the year won bronze at the European Championship, prevailed 7:4 over Fati Vejseli (Macedonia) at the start, then overcame Vakar Ndum, the representative of Guinea-Bissau, 13:2, but was stopped 0 :11 from Kyrgyz Ernazar Akmataliev, two-time vice-champion of Asian championships. However, Akmataliev did not make it to the final.

Our third representative today, Ahmed Magamaev (86), ended his participation after a victory and a loss in the round of 16 against the Pole, Sebastian Zzeyrzanski – 1:1.

Tomorrow, the European vice-champion from 2021 Miroslav Kirov (74), whose first opponent will be Azera Turan Bayramov, third at Euro 2022, as well as Ahmed Bataev (92 kg), second at Euro 2022, who starts directly from the round of 16, will take to the mat tomorrow.

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