Dragomir Petrov KO’s Omar Magomedov at SENSHI 6

Bulgaria’s Dragomir Petrov defeated SENSHI veteran Omar Magomedov from Russia at SENSHI 6.

The fight night took place yesterday (August 21) in Kamchia amid the 14th annual KWU International Summer Camp.

The bout was conducted under the KWU Full-Contact rules in the 70 kg category with Sensei Zahari Damyanov being the referee.

The Bulgarian was clearly the better fighter as he went into attack mode right from the get-go. Petrov was launching and landing shots whenever and however he wanted while Magomedov’s inside game was too fragile.

Still, the first knockdown happened in the second round when the Bulgarian threw some beautiful left and right hands in the body of his adversary. Magomedov’s chin was on point and he didn’t give up, answering back with some good kicks of his own.

Petrov’s jab continued to land in the final round and after a combination of a double jab and right knee to the body followed by more hands to the face, Magomedov went to his corner and he couldn’t beat the 10-count and Petrov won via TKO.

Additional info, photos and videos from the fight night you can find at SENSHI`s Facebook and Instagram pages.

SENSHI 6 was brought to you by “Armeec”, Max Sport and M Car Group. Media partners were Bulgaria ON AIR, Boec.bg, Boec.com, FITE TV, Topsport.bg, Webcafe.bg, Gol.bg, Kwunion.com, Superkarate.ru, Rsbi.ru.

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