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The Next Battle of Brooklyn

Battle of Brooklyn VII
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Doors open 7:30PM First Bout at 8PM
Gleason’s Gym
83 Front Street, Brooklyn, NYC
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FIGHT CARD/FIGHT ORDER

3/2 minute rounds
Muay Thai Lightweight Division 130-134.9 lbs. 61.18 kilogram limit
Darrius Allen/Extreme vs. Joseph Yousefov/Borodin

Naban Super Welterweight Division 147-153.9 lbs. 69.80 kilogram limit
Bobby Ascolillo/Westchester BJJ vs. Bill Moskowski/Souza

3/2 minute rounds
Muay Thai Super Light Heavyweight Division 175-182.9 lbs.
Steve Hernandez/Extreme vs. Albert Avany/Borodin

3/2 minute rounds
Muay Thai Cruiserweight Division 183-189.9 lbs. 86.13 kilogram limit
Tito Flores/Ardon vs. Dan Lickun/AFS Asylum

Naban Light Heavyweight Division 167-174.9 lbs. 79.33 kilogram limit
Jason Pagan/Westchester BJJ vs. Ron Witkowski/Serra

3/2 minute rounds
Muay Thai Super Middleweight Division 160-166.9 lbs. 75.70 kilogram limit
Claud Paul/Extreme vs. Daniel Alexis/Boston San Da

INTERMISSION

3/2 minute rounds (Championship Title)
Muay Thai Super Welterweight Division 147-153.9 lbs. 69.80 kilogram limit
Joel Allen/Ardon vs. Stoney Morales/Extreme

Naban
MAIN EVENT
Battle of Brooklyn Naban Super Welterweight Championship
Naban Super Welterweight Division 147-153.9 lbs. 69.80 kilogram limit
Mike Wacker/Black Hole/Westchester BJJ vs. Daniel Roupinol/Belo Horizonte

Muay Thai
MAIN EVENT
3/2 minute rounds (Championship Title)
Muay Thai Middleweight Division 154-159.9 lbs. 72.52 kilogram limit
Tony Flores/Ardon vs. Valentin Stratichuk/Borodin


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