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By Mike Johnson on 8/17/2021 7:51 AM


  • 16 – 20 AUGUST , KAZAN
  • FROM: 2PM UTC+3 (MON 16); 11AM UTC+3 (TUES 17 – FRI 20)

[London. 17 August 2021] The second day of the 2021 IMMAF European & Junior European Open Championships has just concluded in Kazan, Russia.

See the Day 2 Match Results and Day 3 Schedule attached.

The International Mixed Martial Arts Federation’s nation vs nation tournament, which features 214 athletes, continues until Friday 20 August. The tournaments are being live-streamed daily on from two MMA rings, starting at 11am (UTC) with an estimated daily runtime of 6 hours.

Highlight matches today saw IMMAF rising star and #1 pound-for-pound, Ramazan Gitinov of Bahrain, secure his first win against Musa Ramazanov of Russia in the senior welterweight division. Recent IMMAF medallists whose victories put them through to the next round include: senior flyweight Suleyman Bershigadov (2019 senior silver medallist - Russia), senior welterweight Evgeny Morozov (2019 senior silver medallist - Russia), senior welterweight Murad Guseinov (2019 junior World & European champion – Bahrain) and 2018 female flyweight champion, Janika Antinmaa (Finland).

IMMAF President Kerrith Brown said: “Today’s first full day of competition boasted some stunning matches, with all 2019 senior medallists going through to the next rounds. These will certainly be names to keep an eye on as the competitiveness increases through the tournament. Congratulations to today’s winners and their teams.”

Tournament Information

For live brackets, daily matches schedule and results information, register for free at and go to the 2021 Senior European Championships and the 2021 Junior European Championships, respectively, in the ‘Event Finder’.

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About IMMAF:

Founded in 2012, the purpose of IMMAF is to further the development, recognition and regulation of the sport of MMA (mixed martial arts), enabling amateur competition through the organisation of national MMA federations around the world. With a seven-year track record of organising international amateur Championships and developing the sport globally, IMMAF's membership today includes 117 National Federations worldwide with National Olympic Committee recognition in 49 countries. IMMAF has advanced programmes for education and certification of MMA coaches, referees and other technical officials, as well as Youth Development. Supported by the UFC®, IMMAF is the only legitimate international governing body for MMA, working to gain sport recognition and see MMA into the Olympic Games.