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Event: SFC 12: Killer vs Ulhaq     
Date:   Oct 05, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Odlan Omagov and Viktor Volkov. Volkov is bobbing his head along to his entrance song: Love the way you hate me. . Viktor Volkov has the better chin. Will he look to stand and bang today?

168 cm
26
154 lbs
2 - 1 - 0
165 cm
26
150 lbs
4 - 1 - 0
Good takedowns
Brawler
KO power
BJJ White Belt
Decent boxing
Tends to cut

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Odlan Omagov!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 4 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Viktor Volkov!
The judges for this bout are Saam Ante, Nard Betker and Radbod Blank.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Omagov darts in trying to clinch
and Volkov counters with a quick right hand to the jaw.
Omagov is looking to take this fight into the clinch.
Omagov shoots in looking for a takedown but Volkov manages to keep the fight standing, pushing Omagov's face into the canvas for good measure before circling away.

Omagov throws a loose over hand right and dives in with a double leg takedown. Volkov tries to sprawl but it's too late and the fighters hit the mat. Omagov is in Volkov's guard.
Omagov showing good wrestling skills to control the position.
We've had a slow start to the round here - hopefully the action picks up.
Volkov wants to stand but Omagov is controlling the position.
Volkov really doesn't want to stay on the ground with Omagov. If he can't get it back to his feet, it's only a matter of time before he'll be tapping out.
Volkov keeping moving, preventing Omagov from controlling successfully.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Volkov can't keep his opponent in guard - Omagov advances to half guard, no doubt looking to mount.
We get told so often about how wrestlers don't like to be on their backs. Let's see if Volkov can do anything to dispel that myth.
Volkov is staying active underneath Omagov, who seems content to just control the action from this position.

Omagov is looking for a kimura here.
Omagov works his way into side control.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
A lull in the action here being met with boos from the crowd.
Omagov misses with the ground and pound.
Volkov is trying to improve his position.
Omagov misses with the ground and pound.

Omagov wants to work for a kimura but he's foiled early by Volkov, who protects the arm well.
Volkov tries to escape but Omagov is in control.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Omagov working the ground and pound but Volkov is defending the strikes.
Volkov is positioning himself to get back to half guard.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Volkov defending against the ground and pound.
Volkov is pushing Omagov's head away, looking to escape. Omagov manages to hold on to the position though.
Omagov wants to control but Volkov is keeping him busy.

The ref stands the fighters back up due to a lack of activity.
Omagov looks for a takedown here. Will he get it? Volkov is fending him off so far but Omagov persists. Nope, Volkov circles away and we're back to standing.
Volkov pushes forward with a 1-2 combination that forces Omagov back to the cage. Volkov follows up with a solid lead hook to the liver.

It looks like Odlan Omagov has been cut.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Omagov takes an uppercut right on the button but keeps his composure.
Omagov is looking to clinch but Volkov is avoiding it.
Volkov stuffs the takedown.
That's three failed takedown attempts in the round for Odlan Omagov. That's going to take a lot out of him.

Volkov gets in close and instigates a clinch.
Volkov throws a blind hook that connects with the side of Omagovs head.
Volkov lands on the inside with an uppercut.
Volkov creates a bit of space for himself and sneaks an elbow through Omagov's defenses.
Wooooo! Give it up for these two warriors! They are putting on a show!

Volkov breaks the clinch and we're back to striking at distance.
Volkov is pawing at Omagov, trying to feel the distance before throwing out a cross that crashes into Omagov's nose. Omagov is badly hurt! Volkov pounces, throwing wild strikes as both fighters end up on the ground! Omagov tries desperately to hold on but Volkov is relentless in his assault! As Omagov receives an ever increasing number of unanswered strikes the referee pulls Volkov away and this one is in the books!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:47 of round 1, we have a winner by way of TKO (Strikes). Viktor Volkov!
Post fight, Viktor Volkov took to the microphone: 'I want to thank all my coaches and training partners for helping me train for fight. They make this possible..'.
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Event: SFC 7: House vs Lovelair     
Date:   Aug 31, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Odlan Omagov and Martin Begly. Martin Begly will no doubt be trying to keep this one on the feet, where he has a distinct advantage.

168 cm
25
154 lbs
2 - 0 - 0
175 cm
25
145 lbs
2 - 1 - 0
Good takedowns
Brawler
KO power
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Odlan Omagov!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 2 wins, 1 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Martin Begly!
The judges for this bout are Wagner Zegers, Radbod Blank and Patrick Alders.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
Begly throws a head kick that looked like it stung.

It looks like Odlan Omagov has been cut.

Begly moves into the clinch.
Omagov is looking for a takedown.
Begly lands a hook that snaps the head of Omagov backwards.
Omagov content to slow the pace in the clinch.
Come on Begly - let's have some action - none of this stalling nonsense.
Begly with a knee to the head.
Omagov takes a knee right on the jaw!

Omagov is rocked!

Begly breaks the clinch.
Oh Omagov is still all over the place! His legs are completely gone! Will he be able to recover?!!
Crack! A monster head kick from Begly and Omagov falls like a tree - timbeeeeeeeeeeerrrr! A highlight reel knockout by Begly!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:35 of round 1, we have a winner by way of KO (Head Kick). Martin Begly!
Martin Begly got down on his knees post fight and begged the management for a title shot. 'Please, I want that title shot so bad! Give it to me!'
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Event: SFC 2: Omagov vs McQueen     
Date:   Jul 27, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight MMA rules bout between Odlan Omagov and Bishop McQueen. Well, the cameraman is lingering on a pretty young lady for a bit too long there. Keep your eyes on the prize buddy or you'll miss the fighter intros!

168 cm
25
154 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
178 cm
25
145 lbs
3 - 0 - 0
Good takedowns
Brawler
KO power
Good takedowns
Counter fighter
Solid chin

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the lightweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Odlan Omagov!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 3 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of Amsterdam, Bishop McQueen!
The judges for this bout are Daniel Blasius, Paulsen Ambrosius and Saam Ante.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!
McQueen misses with a takedown attempt

and Omagov moves into the clinch.
Omagov goes for a takedown in the clinch but McQueen prevents it.
McQueen drops down looking for an ankle pick but Omagov pulls his leg out and moves away.
McQueen goes for a double leg but Omagov avoids the attempt and the two fighters end up clinched against the cage as Omagov continues to drive forward.
Odlan Omagov has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Bishop McQueen.
Both fighters working to control the clinch.
McQueen blocks a couple of punches on the inside.

McQueen manages to pull guard. Let's see whether he can land a sub off his back.
McQueen keeping moving, preventing Omagov from controlling successfully.
McQueen working the defensive guard well to avoid strikes from Omagov.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

McQueen working for a triangle but Omagov defends it easily.
McQueen can't do much from the bottom at the moment, as Omagov controls the pace.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Omagov pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. McQueen is keeping the position for now.

McQueen is throwing his legs up, looking for submissions. Omagov is aware though and is defending well.
Omagov wants to stand but McQueen is controlling his posture from full guard.
McQueen manages to sweep nicely, so he's now on top. Omagov manages to get himself to full guard.

Omagov throwing his legs up looking for a triangle.
McQueen trying to control the position from guard on top but Omagov is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Omagov looking to control the pace of the fight rather than finish it.
McQueen wants to pass the guard but Omagov is keeping the position.
Omagov doesn't do any damage with a couple of strikes from the bottom.
Omagov lands a beautiful sweep and he's now moved into his opponent's guard.

McQueen has his foot on Omagov's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Omagov works his way back into a safe position though.
Omagov showing good wrestling skills to control the position.
This has been an exciting period of action!

McQueen has his foot on Omagov's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Omagov works his way back into a safe position though.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Omagov wants to get up but he can't break McQueen's closed guard. He needs to be careful trying to break the legs open, as he's open to submissions here.
Omagov is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.
Omagov tries to stand but McQueen is controlling from the bottom.

McQueen looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.
McQueen looks more muscular than last time we saw him. He must have been on the weights.

McQueen has a loose triangle. He'll be looking to tighten that up but Omagov can see exactly what he's planning and manages to posture up and free himself.
Omagov trying to control the position from guard on top but McQueen is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Omagov slips effortlessly into side control - very nice.
McQueen tries to improve position but can't.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
McQueen is not content to let Omagov control the position.
McQueen tries to bench press Omagov off him but Omagov keeps the position.

McQueen wants to improve his position, back to half guard but Omagov has ideas of his own. He's got hold of McQueen's far side arm and it looks like he's got an Americana. Ohh! Ohhhh! OOOOOOOOOH! A human being's arm is not meant to bend like that! McQueen is tapping like a morse code operator on the Titanic! SOS SOS! He's out of here! Great win for Omagov!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 4:42 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Americana). Odlan Omagov!
Odlan Omagov got down on his knees post fight and begged the management for a title shot. 'Please, I want that title shot so bad! Give it to me!'
Bishop McQueen spoke after the fight, saying 'Congratulations to my opponent, he was the better man tonight. I'll be back better than ever and this won't happen again.'.
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Event: Quick Fight Championship     
Date:   Jul 06, 2014

Coming up we have a featherweight MMA rules bout between Martin Begly and Odlan Omagov. Martin Begly could well score a knockout today. He has the power to get to Odlan Omagov's chin.

175 cm
25
145 lbs
1 - 0 - 0
168 cm
25
154 lbs
0 - 0 - 0
BJJ Blue Belt
Basic striking
KO power
Good takedowns
Brawler
Determined

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Ladies and gentlemen. This fight is 3 rounds, in the featherweight division.
Introducing the fighter to my left, fighting out of the red corner.
With a record of 1 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Martin Begly!
And introducing the fighter to my right, fighting out of the blue corner.
With a record of 0 wins, 0 losses and 0 draws, fighting out of London, Odlan Omagov!
The judges for this bout are James Glass, Andrew Berry and Donald Grub.



The bell rings for round one and we are underway!

Begly closes the distance and clinches.
Begly wants to break free. God knows he wants to breaaaak freeee.
Begly working hard to break the clinch.

Begly's corner calls for him to break the clinch, which he does.
Begly scores with a jab.
A punch combination from Begly misses.
Begly throws a head kick that misses and slips in the process. He scrambles back to his feet and the fighters circle.
Begly lands a jab-cross combination.
Omagov misses with a few strikes there.
Begly swinging wildly here.
Begly fakes a jab and then connects with a hook.
A combination from Begly does no damage.
Begly misses with a head kick.
Begly's corner calls for a 1, 2 combination and Begly duly obliges.
This is a great period of action - very entertaining stuff!
Omagov moves in looking to clinch but Begly pushes him off.
Omagov is looking to clinch but Begly is avoiding it.
Begly misses with a double jab.
Begly is breathing heavily.
Omagov is looking to take this fight into the clinch.
Omagov tries to clinch but is not successful on this occasion.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Begly plants his feet and lands a nice head kick!
Begly pulls out of a head kick attempt.
Omagov goes for a spinning back kick but it misses.
Omagov is looking to take this fight into the clinch.
Omagov shoots in for a takedown - he's clinched up with Begly but Begly pushes him off and we're back to square one.

Omagov looking to shoot here. He's gone for it and he's landed a takedown into side control! Oh, that's bad for Begly!

Omagov has hold of Begly's arm. He's looking for a kimura. Begly seems comfortable defending it but Omagov has shifted his position slighty and is cranking on the arm! Begly is real pain and he's forced to tap out! Begly is disgusted with himself for not defending it better but Omagov couldn't care less - he's delighted!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 1:38 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Kimura). Odlan Omagov!
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Event: TWGC 3 (155lbs, D3): Finals - Round 4     
Date:   Jun 27, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Kyle Rad and Odlan Omagov. The crowd giving both fighters a great reception on their way into the arena. That's good to see.




165 cm
27 yrs
142 lbs



168 cm
25 yrs
154 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of London, with a TWGC record of 5 wins and 0 losses; Kyle Rad! And in the blue corner, fighting out of St Petersburg, with a TWGC record of 5 wins and 0 losses; Odlan Omagov!
The judges for this bout are James Glass, Steven Brown and Sam Margolis.


The fighters bow as they face eachother in the middle of the mat and we are under way.

Rad gets a clinch.

Rad drags the fight down to the ground.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Rad is pulling down on Omagov's head. It's preventing any offense from Omagov, at least for the moment.

Omagov has gone for a leg lock! Rad slips out almost immediately though and dives into Omagov's guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Rad (2) vs (0) Omagov
Rad slips nicely into half guard.
Neither fighter is being very active at the moment, with Rad in particular looking to stall.
Omagov is holding on to half guard well.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Neither fighter is being very active at the moment, with Rad in particular looking to stall.
Rad wants to free his trapped foot but Omagov is holding on for dear life with his legs.
Rad passes the guard and advances to mount!
Score +3 for passing guard: Rad (5) vs (0) Omagov
Omagov is working to get back to half guard.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Rad takes a little breather and maintains the position. The referee will be looking for him to stay active from such a dominant position though.
Omagov tries to lock up and control but Rad gives him a forearm to the face and pushes him away.
Rad tucks in and makes sure he doesn't lose the dominant position.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Omagov tries to lock up and control but Rad gives him a forearm to the face and pushes him away.
Omagov tries to get back to half guard but can't.
Omagov tries to lock up and control but Rad gives him a forearm to the face and pushes him away.
Omagov is wriggling around trying to escape.
Rad controlling the position easily from mount.
Omagov keeping his composure momentarily, calmly looking to get back to half guard.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Rad controlling the pace for now.
Rad wants to take his opponent's back but Omagov doesn't allow it.

That's five minutes gone in the round.
Rad tucks in and makes sure he doesn't lose the dominant position.
Omagov is just holding on here. Rad manages to take his back.
Score +3 for taking back: Rad (8) vs (0) Omagov
Rad has the hooks sunk in and you can see the will to fight slowly draining out of Omagov's body.
Rad has the hooks in. Omagov is trying to push off one leg but he has to do so cautiously to avoid being submitted.
Rad gets his hands free as Omagov looks to control.

That's six minutes gone in the round.
Omagov is in bad spot here.
Rad biding his time, looking for the opening.
Rad's ground tactics aren't going to win him many fans. Let's hope he's got fireworks for us if he gets back to his feet because he's not doing much on the ground.
Rad doesn't have the hooks in and Omagov manages to turn into his guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Rad (8) vs (2) Omagov

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Rad is trying to keep Omagov in close.
Omagov passes easily into side control. Nice work.
Score +3 for passing guard: Rad (8) vs (5) Omagov
Rad gets one leg under and gets the fight to half guard.
Rad regains full guard. Nicely done.

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
Rad has a closed guard, preventing anything of note from happening. Perhaps he's looking to stall.
Omagov pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Rad is keeping the position for now.
Rad is pulling down on Omagov's head. It's preventing any offense from Omagov, at least for the moment.

That's nine minutes gone in the round.
Omagov trying to pass the guard but can't manage it just yet.
Rad has Omagov pulled in close to control his posture.
Omagov wants to control from the top but Rad keeps moving.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.
Omagov controlling from the guard. I say controlling but really, he's stalling.
Omagov looking to sit in guard and control but Rad gets the butterfly guard and sweeps. He's now in the guard on the top.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Rad (10) vs (5) Omagov
Rad wants to pass the guard but Omagov is keeping the position.

That's eleven minutes gone in the round.
Omagov tries to land a sweep but no joy.
Rad forces his way into half guard.
Rad prevents Omagov from improving his position.
Omagov is controlling Rad's trapped leg to prevent Rad from advancing to side control.
Rad moves into full mount! Omagov won't be happy about that!
Score +3 for passing guard: Rad (13) vs (5) Omagov

That's twelve minutes gone in the round.
Rad controlling the pace for now.
Omagov is wriggling around trying to escape.
Rad pushing the pace here, looking to move to his opponents back and work for a finish.
Rad controlling from the full mount.

That's thirteen minutes gone in the round.
Omagov wants to control but Rad is having none of it.
Rad controlling from the full mount.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Rad manages to capitalize on a mistake by Omagov to take his back!
Score +3 for taking back: Rad (16) vs (5) Omagov
A bit of a pause in the action here. Rad controlling the positon.

That's fourteen minutes gone in the round.
Omagov breaks Rad's hooks off and manages to turn into his guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Rad (16) vs (7) Omagov
Omagov trying to control the position from guard on top but Rad is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Rad controlling the position.
Omagov not doing a lot at the moment. He'll have to show some more aggression or the fight will get stood up.

And that's the end of the fight!
Rad takes the fight on points by 16 to 7.
Kyle Rad decided to thank the fans in attendance for making a great atmosphere. It seemed to go down pretty well.

 

Event: TWGC 3 (155lbs, D3): Finals - Round 3     
Date:   Jun 26, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Odlan Omagov and Keiji Kawada. Both fighters look fresh as a daisy as they make their way towards the cage.




168 cm
25 yrs
154 lbs



167 cm
31 yrs
145 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of St Petersburg, with a TWGC record of 4 wins and 0 losses; Odlan Omagov! And in the blue corner, fighting out of London, with a TWGC record of 4 wins and 0 losses; Keiji Kawada!
The judges for this bout are Colin Fotheringham, Donald Grub and Chris Edwards.


The fighters bow as they face eachother in the middle of the mat and we are under way.
Kawada fails with a takedown attempt from distance.
Omagov shoots in with a takedown attempt and he has Kawada pinned against the cage. Kawada gets the underhooks and manages to circle away.
Kawada shoots in but Omagov avoids the takedown attempt easily.
Kawada circles away from the clinch attempt.
Kawada keeps the fight on the outside.
Omagov wants to clinch but Kawada slips to the side

and Kawada counters by clinching up.
Omagov tries to jump guard but he falls flat on his backside. Kawada smiles and moves away.
Omagov tries to clinch but Kawada is having none of it.
Omagov stuffs a takedown. It's all about dictating where the fight takes place and Omagov wants it to stay on the feet.
Odlan Omagov has stuffed three takedown attempts in the round now. That's going to take a lot out of Keiji Kawada.

Omagov closes the distance, clinches up and gets a nice trip takedown into side control. Very smooth.
Score +4 for clean takedown past guard: Omagov (4) vs (0) Kawada
Kawada is trying to work for a sweep but Omagov has mounted him!
Score +2 for reaching mount: Omagov (6) vs (0) Kawada
Omagov wants to control but Kawada has made it back to half guard. Nice work.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Kawada tries to get to full guard but Omagov has control of the leg.
Kawada wants to sweep but Omagov has passed to side control!
Score +3 for passing guard: Omagov (9) vs (0) Kawada
Kawada tries to buck Omagov off but Omagov is having none of it.
Omagov is looking to take a break and control but Kawada is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.
Kawada tries to bench press Omagov off him but Omagov keeps the position.
Omagov is pausing for a moment. What's he doing? It looks like he's clearing his nose. Oh dude! He's shot a load of snot all down Kawada's shoulder. That is not cool.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Kawada tries to bench press Omagov off him but Omagov keeps the position.
Kawada is persisting with the attempt to improve his position.
Omagov takes a little break here. Kawada wants to take advantage but he is being controlled well.
Kawada is sneaking out the side here. He's bucked Omagov off and has taken his back!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Omagov (9) vs (4) Kawada
Omagov trying to control but not successfully.

Kawada looking for the RNC.
The fighters are starting to perspire pretty heavily.
Omagov staying busy and making it hard for Kawada to control.

That's three minutes gone in the round.

Omagov preventing the rear naked choke attempt from Kawada.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Kawada avoiding Omagov 's attempts to control his hands.
You can see the frustration on Omagov's face… He knows he is in trouble unless he improves his position sooner rather than later.

Omagov is staying cool under pressure, defending well against the rear naked choke attempt from his opponent.
Our spies down at at SWF GYM - JUDO 'n' MMA inform us that Kawada has really been working on his submissions in the buildup to this fight. Will it pay off?

Kawada is looking to finish the fight by rear naked choke. Omagov knows exactly what he's got planned though, so he's defending well. Maybe a few strikes would soften Omagov for a finish.
Kawada tries to keep control of the position but Omagov is staying busy.

That's four minutes gone in the round.

Kawada is persistently looking for the submission but Omagov is defending it well.

Omagov preventing the rear naked choke attempt from Kawada.
Omagov turns into Kawada and is now in his guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (11) vs (4) Kawada
Kawada keeping full guard, as Omagov tries to pass.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

Kawada looking for a guillotine here but Omagov defends easily.
Omagov wants to control from the top but Kawada keeps moving.

That's five minutes gone in the round.

Kawada looks to be working for a triangle here. Oh, it looks like he might have it! Omagov has picked Kawada up and slammed him! Kawada can't keep hold of the triangle and Omagov manages to pass to side control!
Score +3 for passing guard: Omagov (14) vs (4) Kawada
Kawada being controlled for a moment.
Omagov trying to control the action but Kawada is working from the bottom.
Kawada is trying to escape the position but Omagov is controlling the position.
Omagov trying to control the action but Kawada is working from the bottom.
Kawada is sneaking out the side here. He's bucked Omagov off and has taken his back!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Omagov (14) vs (8) Kawada

That's six minutes gone in the round.

Omagov preventing the rear naked choke attempt from Kawada.

Kawada looking for the RNC.

Kawada working for a choke but Omagov reverses nicely into Kawada 's guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (16) vs (8) Kawada
Omagov trying to control the position from guard on top but Kawada is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.

Kawada looking for a guillotine here but Omagov defends easily.
Omagov pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Kawada is keeping the position for now.

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Kawada keeping moving, preventing Omagov from controlling successfully.

Kawada looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.
Omagov is stalling in the full guard.

Kawada has his foot on Omagov's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Omagov works his way back into a safe position though.

Kawada has a loose triangle. He'll be looking to tighten that up but Omagov can see exactly what he's planning and manages to posture up and free himself.
Kawada trying to keep a closed guard but Omagov is proving a slippery customer.

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
Omagov trying to control but Kawada is working from the bottom.

Kawada is active off his back here, looking for submissions.
Omagov sitting in guard, not really doing much.

Kawada is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Omagov defends well.

Kawada is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Omagov defends well.

That's nine minutes gone in the round.

Kawada has a loose triangle. He'll be looking to tighten that up but Omagov can see exactly what he's planning and manages to posture up and free himself.
Kawada is trying to control the position from the bottom.
Omagov wants to control from the top but Kawada keeps moving.
Kawada wants to sweep here but Omagov controlling him for the moment.
Omagov passes Kawada's right leg, so he's now in half guard.
Omagov is trying to control. Kawada wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.
Kawada is working for an escape here. He's hooked one of Omagov's legs and he's managed to sneak out and take Omagov's back!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Omagov (16) vs (12) Kawada

Kawada working for a RNC but it's not happening just yet.
Omagov is defending well here and trying to improve his position.
Omagov is working hard here to advance position.

Kawada looking for the choke from the back.

Kawada looking for the choke but no joy.

Kawada patiently working for the choke. Which fighter will keep their nerve here?
Kawada looks winded!
Omagov rolls and manages to get back to half guard. Nicely done.

Kawada is looking for a kimura here.

That's eleven minutes gone in the round.
Omagov is trying to maintain the position but Kawada is very close to passing his half guard.
Kawada looking to pass the half guard. Not this time.

Kawada is looking for a kimura. It's going to be difficult to finish that from half guard though and Omagov defends it well.
Kawada wants to free his trapped foot but Omagov is holding on for dear life with his legs.
Omagov is trying to control but can't.

Kawada wants to work for an arm triangle but Omagov is really keeping half guard well and defending the submission attempt.

That's twelve minutes gone in the round.
Omagov manages to get to full guard.
Kawada stands up and looks to throw the legs aside to pass to side control. Omagov swivels though and keeps the full guard.
Omagov manages to sweep nicely, so he's now on top. Kawada manages to get himself to full guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (18) vs (12) Kawada

Kawada is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Omagov defends well.
Omagov wants to control from the top but Kawada keeps moving.

That's thirteen minutes gone in the round.
Kawada is trying to keep Omagov in close.
Kawada is working an open guard here, looking to improve his position. No doubt that will leave him open to counters but at least he's being more offensive.

Kawada looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.
Omagov looking to control the position here, rather than advance.

Kawada has an omoplata and is looking to use it perhaps as a submission or perhaps to transition. Omagov is in a bit of discomfort here, but he's managed to free himself and has dived into side control! That didn't work out too well for Kawada.
Score +3 for passing guard: Omagov (21) vs (12) Kawada
Omagov advances nicely into full mount.
Score +2 for reaching mount: Omagov (23) vs (12) Kawada

That's fourteen minutes gone in the round.

Omagov has control of Kawada's right arm, working for a kimura. It's a bit of a token attempt though and Kawada regains control of the situation pretty easily.
Omagov can't quite control the action as he would like just now, as Kawada is looking to escape.
Kawada is desperately trying to improve his position but Omagov has a good base and remains in mount.
As the round comes to an end the crowd are showing their appreciation for a great round of action.
Omagov controlling the pace for now.
Odlan Omagov has stepped it up - he knows he needs a finish here!
Kawada wants to hold on but Omagov pushes him away.

And that's the end of the fight!
Omagov takes the fight on points by 23 to 12.

 

Event: TWGC 3 (155lbs, D3): Finals - Round 2     
Date:   Jun 25, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Badi Gnesh and Odlan Omagov. Odlan Omagov is staring across the cage at his opponent, tweaking his nipples.




161 cm
20 yrs
164 lbs



168 cm
25 yrs
154 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of Sydney, with a TWGC record of 3 wins and 0 losses; Badi Gnesh! And in the blue corner, fighting out of St Petersburg, with a TWGC record of 3 wins and 0 losses; Odlan Omagov!
The judges for this bout are Richard Clark, James Atkins and Andrew Berry.


Let's get this grappling contest under way! Who will be victorious?

Omagov drives through with a takedown into Gnesh's guard. Let's see what he can do from the top position.
Score +2 for takedown into guard / half guard: Gnesh (0) vs (2) Omagov

Gnesh has an omoplata and is looking to use it perhaps as a submission or perhaps to transition. Omagov is in a bit of discomfort here, but he's managed to free himself and has dived into side control! That didn't work out too well for Gnesh.
Score +3 for passing guard: Gnesh (0) vs (5) Omagov

Omagov is working to tighten his grip on Gnesh's neck. He's isolated an arm and is working for an arm triangle. Gnesh has recognised the danger and is trying to turn with the submission but Omagov is really squeezing tight and eventually Gnesh passes out! Omagov breaks the hold and jumps onto the cage to celebrate! Submission of the night, I'd say!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 0:25 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Arm Triangle). Odlan Omagov!

 

Event: TWGC 3 (155lbs, D3): Finals - Round 1     
Date:   Jun 24, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Odlan Omagov and Antonio Oliveira. Oliveira is bobbing his head along to his entrance song: Pregador Luo - Apaga mais não bate. Well, the cameraman is lingering on a pretty young lady for a bit too long there. Keep your eyes on the prize buddy or you'll miss the fighter intros!




168 cm
25 yrs
154 lbs



166 cm
26 yrs
144 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of St Petersburg, with a TWGC record of 2 wins and 0 losses; Odlan Omagov! And in the blue corner, fighting out of Rio de Janeiro, with a TWGC record of 2 wins and 0 losses; Antonio Oliveira!
The judges for this bout are Colin Fotheringham, James Atkins and Chris Edwards.


Let's get this grappling contest under way! Who will be victorious?
Omagov wants to clinch up but Oliveira keeps it at a distance.

Oliveira dives in and scores a takedown into Omagov's guard.
Score +2 for takedown into guard / half guard: Omagov (0) vs (2) Oliveira
Omagov working a defensive guard here.
Omagov keeping moving, preventing Oliveira from controlling successfully.
Omagov wants to sweep here but Oliveira controlling him for the moment.
There's a bit of a scramble here and now Omagov is on top in guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (2) vs (2) Oliveira
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

Oliveira has his foot on Omagov's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Omagov works his way back into a safe position though.

Oliveira is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Omagov defends well.
Omagov controlling from the guard. I say controlling but really, he's stalling.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Oliveira working a defensive guard here.

Oliveira looking for submissions from the bottom but instead Omagov passes into half guard.
Omagov is trying to control. Oliveira wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.

That's two minutes gone in the round.

Oliveira looking to work for a kimura from the bottom.
Omagov wants to free his trapped foot but Oliveira is holding on for dear life with his legs.

Oliveira is looking to sinch up a guillotine here but Omagov pulls his head out easily.

Omagov is working for a kimura but Oliveira is defending it quite comfortably.
Oliveira wants to control but Omagov is keeping busy.
Omagov prevents Oliveira from improving his position.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Omagov stalling.

Omagov seems to be looking for submissions.

Omagov is looking for an arm triangle, whilst trying to pass to side control. Oliveira doesn't seem that keen to cooperate though. No luck this time Omagov.
Oliveira regains full guard. Nicely done.

That's four minutes gone in the round.

Oliveira looking for a guillotine here but Omagov defends easily.
Oliveira is working the butterfly guard. He manages to land a nice scissor sweep and is now in half guard on the top. Nice move.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (2) vs (4) Oliveira
Omagov wants to get back to full guard.
Oliveira wants to control but Omagov is keeping him busy.
Oliveira is working hard to pass the guard. He's done it - he's now in full mount! Trouble for Omagov!
Score +3 for passing guard: Omagov (2) vs (7) Oliveira
Omagov tries to get back to half guard but can't.
Oliveira fails to take his opponent's back.
Oliveira tucks in and makes sure he doesn't lose the dominant position.

That's five minutes gone in the round.

Oliveira jumps to the side looking to secure the arm triangle…. Ooooh, that looks tight… Omagov is gargling but he's managed to escape! Nice work there by Omagov and Oliveira has given up the dominant position trying to land that submission.
Oliveira looks winded!
Omagov is not content to let Oliveira control the position.
Omagov sneaks back into half guard.
Omagov trying to hold on to Oliveira's head to control him but Oliveira postures up.

That's six minutes gone in the round.
Omagov moves into full guard.
Oliveira wants to control from the top but Omagov keeps moving.

Omagov looking for submissions from the bottom but instead Oliveira passes into half guard.

Oliveira is trying to work for a kimura but Omagov is defending well.

Oliveira is looking for a kimura here.
Omagov wants to get back to full guard.

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Omagov is pressing down on Oliveira's left leg trying to get back to full guard. He's managed it.
Omagov is trying to keep Oliveira in close.
Oliveira wants to control from the top but Omagov keeps moving.
Oliveira controlling from the top position.
Omagov is doing well to control the posture of his opponent and prevent any damage.

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
Oliveira slips nicely into half guard.
Omagov trying to hold on to Oliveira's head to control him but Oliveira postures up.

Oliveira is working for a kimura but Omagov is defending it quite comfortably.
Omagov is trying to maintain the position but Oliveira is very close to passing his half guard.
Oliveira wants to free his trapped foot but Omagov is holding on for dear life with his legs.

That's nine minutes gone in the round.
Omagov keeps control of the position for the meantime.
Omagov regains full guard. Nicely done.
Omagov keeping moving, preventing Oliveira from controlling successfully.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Omagov keeping full guard, as Oliveira tries to pass.
Oliveira is still trying to improve position.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.

Oliveira is trying to tuck his arms in to keep them safe but Omagov has managed to isolate one of them and has got a loose triangle. Oliveira is looking to defend but Omagov has done well to lock his legs together - this could be big trouble for Oliveira! Omagov pulls down on the head and a little smile comes across his face - he knows he's got it. Yep, Oliveira taps out and this one is all over!

Ladies and gentlemen, after 10:20 of round 1, we have a winner by way of Submission (Triangle). Odlan Omagov!
In defeat, Antonio Oliveira stepped up to the mic, saying 'infelizmente não deu,um nojento'.

 

Event: TWGC 3 (155lbs, D3): St Petersburg Qualifier - Round 2     
Date:   Jun 16, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between David Bromholm and Odlan Omagov. David Bromholm has the edge in experience - let's see if he can make that count tonight.




181 cm
25 yrs
155 lbs



168 cm
25 yrs
154 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of Helsinki, with a TWGC record of 1 wins and 0 losses; David Bromholm! And in the blue corner, fighting out of St Petersburg, with a TWGC record of 1 wins and 0 losses; Odlan Omagov!
The judges for this bout are Igor Prikhodko, Vladimir Khabensky and Ivan Kurochkin.


The fighters bow as they face eachother in the middle of the mat and we are under way.

Bromholm decides to change it up a bit and drives through with a nice takedown into half guard.
Score +2 for takedown into guard / half guard: Bromholm (2) vs (0) Omagov
Omagov tries to roll over but Bromholm keeps him under control.

Bromholm is looking for a kimura here.
Omagov tries to roll over but Bromholm keeps him under control.
Bromholm wants to free his trapped foot but Omagov is holding on for dear life with his legs.

Bromholm is looking for a kimura. It's going to be difficult to finish that from half guard though and Omagov defends it well.

Bromholm is working for submissions here but there's nothing on.
Bromholm is looking to take a break and control but Omagov is keeping him honest, looking to work from the bottom.

That's one minute gone in the round.

Omagov actively working from the bottom here.
Bromholm works his way into side control.
Score +3 for passing guard: Bromholm (5) vs (0) Omagov
Bromholm moves into full mount!
Score +2 for reaching mount: Bromholm (7) vs (0) Omagov
Omagov regains half guard.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.
Omagov trying to control but Bromholm postures up.

Bromholm looking for a kimura but he'll have to free his other leg if he wants to finish that. Perhaps he's just using it as a distraction technique.

Bromholm is looking for a kimura here.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Omagov trying to control from the bottom.
Omagov is looking to regain full guard. Not this time though.
Omagov slips a foot under and gets full guard. Nice work.
Bromholm trying to control the position from guard on top but Omagov is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Bromholm postures up.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Bromholm pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Omagov is keeping the position for now.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Omagov lands a beautiful switch and he's in full mount! That could spell trouble for Bromholm!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Bromholm (7) vs (4) Omagov
Omagov pushing the pace here, looking to move to his opponents back and work for a finish.
Bromholm has given up his back here. Will Omagov look for the submission or keep pounding away?
Score +3 for taking back: Bromholm (7) vs (7) Omagov

Omagov has his opponent's back and is working for the choke.
Bromholm rolls and manages to get back to half guard. Nicely done.
Bromholm is trying to stand back up but Omagov is controlling him

That's four minutes gone in the round.
Bromholm moves his hips nicely and gets into full guard.

Bromholm isolates an arm and boxes in a triangle. Omagov stacks Bromholm on his neck as he steps over and passes to the side. He's now in a much more dominant position where he can look to do some serious damage. Nice move by Omagov!
Score +3 for passing guard: Bromholm (7) vs (10) Omagov
Bromholm regains half guard.
Bromholm wants to control but Omagov is keeping busy.
Bromholm is not content to let Omagov control the position.

Bromholm is looking to sinch up a guillotine here but Omagov pulls his head out easily.
Bromholm works his way to full guard. Good work.

That's five minutes gone in the round.
Omagov is pushing down on Bromholm's leg trying to pass to half guard. Bromholm is fighting to maintain full guard but Omagov has managed to sneak the leg through.

Omagov is looking for a kimura but Bromholm is holding onto that half guard position, so it's hard for Omagov to get the leverage.
Omagov looks winded!
Bromholm is pressing down on Omagov's left leg trying to get back to full guard. He's managed it.
Bromholm lands a beautiful switch and he's in full mount! That could spell trouble for Omagov!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Bromholm (11) vs (10) Omagov

Bromholm is in full mount, looking to secure a guillotine but Omagov is surviving well by controlling Bromholm's body position as best he can.
Omagov is squirming around, avoiding Bromholm's attempts to control the action.

Omagov defends a decent attempt at a guillotine from Bromholm.
Bromholm looking to control but Omagov is working nicely, looking to advance position himself.

That's six minutes gone in the round.
Omagov slips a leg in and gets back to half guard.

Omagov actively working from the bottom here.

Bromholm wants to work for an arm triangle but Omagov is really keeping half guard well and defending the submission attempt.
Omagov is pressing down on Bromholm's left leg trying to get back to full guard. He's managed it.
Bromholm tries to free his leg and advance position but Omagov is retaining full guard.
Omagov not looking particularly offensive just at the moment.
Bromholm passes into half guard.
Omagov is staying active underneath Bromholm, who seems content to just control the action from this position.

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Bromholm is thwarting Omagov's attempts to control the position.
Bromholm is trying to control. Omagov wants to improve his position but can't escape this time.

Bromholm is working for a kimura but Omagov is defending it quite comfortably.

Bromholm is trying to work for a kimura. This could be trouble! No, Omagov has managed to free his arm - good work.
Omagov manages to get to full guard.

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
Omagov keeping full guard, as Bromholm tries to pass.
Bromholm trying to control the position from guard on top but Omagov is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Bromholm forces his way into half guard.
Bromholm will need to keep those long limbs tucked in whilst he's on the ground, to prevent any submissions.

Bromholm is looking for a kimura. It's going to be difficult to finish that from half guard though and Omagov defends it well.
Omagov manages to get to full guard.

Bromholm has gone for a leg lock! Omagov slips out almost immediately though and dives into Bromholm's guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Bromholm (11) vs (12) Omagov

That's nine minutes gone in the round.

Bromholm looking for a guillotine here but Omagov defends easily.
Omagov is looking to pass into half guard but Bromholm pushes him away with his feet and jumps on top - now Bromholm is in guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Bromholm (13) vs (12) Omagov

Bromholm drops back for a leg but he's not going to get it - he lets go and Omagov dives on top into guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Bromholm (13) vs (14) Omagov

Bromholm is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Omagov defends well.
Omagov is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.

Bromholm is looking for a guillotine. You can't force these things though and Omagov defends well.
Omagov slows down the pace of the fight, as he sits in guard.
Omagov passes into half guard.
Omagov is looking to stall here but Bromholm recovers full guard.
Bromholm working a defensive guard here.

That's eleven minutes gone in the round.
Omagov stands and throws Bromholm's legs to the side, diving into side control.
Score +3 for passing guard: Bromholm (13) vs (17) Omagov
Bromholm tries to get back to half guard but can't.
Bromholm is working hard here to advance position.

Omagov thinks about going for a far side armbar but bails out and retains the dominant position instead.
Bromholm is looking to reverse the position.

That's twelve minutes gone in the round.

Omagov working hard here to secure a kimura but he's not really in the right position for it.
Bromholm is looking to regain half guard here but Omagov keeps moving and retains side control.
You can see the frustration on Bromholm's face, being in this tough position on the bottom.
Bromholm is not content to let Omagov control the position.

That's thirteen minutes gone in the round.
Omagov working away.
Omagov tries to cartwheel into mount but he doesn't manage it.

Omagov goes for an armbar here - this could be all over! But no, Bromholm has escaped beautifully and is now on top in side control! Oh, that's unlucky for Omagov but great work by Bromholm.
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Bromholm (17) vs (17) Omagov
Omagov is trying to improve his position.

Bromholm is trying to land an Americana. He has the arm isolated but Omagov is keeping cool and he's avoided the danger for now.

Bromholm wants to work for a kimura but he's foiled early by Omagov, who protects the arm well.

That's fourteen minutes gone in the round.
Omagov is trying to control Bromholm's posture but Bromholm avoids it.

Bromholm wants to work for a kimura but he's foiled early by Omagov, who protects the arm well.
Omagov gets one leg under and gets the fight to half guard.
Omagov trying to control but Bromholm postures up.
The crowd applaud the fighters efforts here as the round comes to an end.

Bromholm is trying to work for a kimura. This could be trouble! No, Omagov has managed to free his arm - good work.
Bromholm wants to free his trapped foot but Omagov is holding on for dear life with his legs.

And that's the end of the fight!
Omagov wins on points by 17 to 17.

 

Event: TWGC 3 (155lbs, D3): St Petersburg Qualifier - Round 1     
Date:   Jun 15, 2014

Coming up we have a lightweight Tycoon World Grappling Championship rules bout between Odlan Omagov and Jartsa Raatis. Both fighter's entrance songs getting the crowd jumping here.




168 cm
25 yrs
154 lbs



165 cm
18 yrs
155 lbs


This TWGC bout is 1 fifteen minute round in the lightweight division. Introducing today's competitors. In the red corner, competing out of St Petersburg, with a TWGC record of 0 wins and 0 losses; Odlan Omagov! And in the blue corner, fighting out of Helsinki, with a TWGC record of 0 wins and 0 losses; Jartsa Raatis!
The judges for this bout are Valeri Chadov, Dmitry Maklakov and Aleksandr Martynov.


The fighters connect hands in the middle of the mat and we are under way.

Omagov darts in and clinches Raatis up against the cage.

Raatis is fighting off a takedown attempt but Omagov is just too persistent for him and manages to trip Raatis to the mat. Raatis regains guard as soon as the fighters hit the mat.
Score +2 for takedown into guard / half guard: Omagov (2) vs (0) Raatis
Omagov engaging in some classic timewasting tactics.
Raatis looking to control.

Raatis looking for submissions from the bottom here. Moving his hips around, possibly looking for an armbar.
Omagov postures up.
Omagov trying to pass the guard but can't manage it just yet.
Omagov looking to control the position here, rather than advance.
Raatis looking to control but Omagov passes into half guard.

That's one minute gone in the round.
Neither fighter is being very active at the moment, with Omagov in particular looking to stall.

Omagov seems to be working for a kimura but Raatis defends the submission attempt.
Omagov with a momentary lay and pray from half guard.
Omagov is thwarting Raatis's attempts to control the position.

That's two minutes gone in the round.
Omagov takes a deep breath and rests his weight momentarily on top of his opponent, to control the position.

Omagov seems to be working for a kimura but Raatis defends the submission attempt.
Raatis works his way to full guard. Good work.
Raatis is trying to keep Omagov in close.
Omagov is just sitting in guard, looking to avoid any submissions.

That's three minutes gone in the round.
Omagov postures up.
Raatis might have to switch it up a bit here because his efforts to control Omagov haven't been going to plan, at least at the current moment in time.
Omagov tries to free his leg and advance position but Raatis is retaining full guard.
Omagov's corner is telling him to maintain position.
The fighters are pressed up against the cage, both looking to find a bit of space to work.

That's four minutes gone in the round.
The ref warns both fighters not to hold the cage as they work up against the meshing.
Omagov stopping the sweep attempt from Raatis.
Omagov wants to control from the top but Raatis keeps moving.
Omagov looking to pass the guard.
Raatis is trying to control the position but Omagov postures up.

That's five minutes gone in the round.
Raatis keeping moving, preventing Omagov from controlling successfully.

Raatis working from the bottom, still in full guard. He's managed to get a loose triangle. Omagov doesn't seem to be doing much to defend here, obviously he feels comfortable in the position. Omagov manages to throw the legs off his shoulder and he's back into guard - no problem.
Omagov controls from within his opponent's guard.
Raatis manages to land a sweep and now he's in mount on top!
Score +4 for clean sweep to past guard: Omagov (2) vs (4) Raatis
Omagov tries to hold on but Raatis postures up.

That's six minutes gone in the round.
Omagov is just holding on here. Raatis manages to take his back.
Score +3 for taking back: Omagov (2) vs (7) Raatis
Omagov breaks Raatis's hooks off and manages to turn into his guard.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (4) vs (7) Raatis
Raatis keeping moving, preventing Omagov from controlling successfully.

Raatis has a loose triangle. He'll be looking to tighten that up but Omagov can see exactly what he's planning and manages to posture up and free himself.
Raatis not looking particularly offensive just at the moment.

That's seven minutes gone in the round.
Omagov trying to control but Raatis is working from the bottom.
Raatis wants to control but Omagov passes easily into half guard.
Omagov takes a deep breath and rests his weight momentarily on top of his opponent, to control the position.
Raatis has a hand on Omagov's thigh, trying to get back to full guard. Omagov takes advantage of the position though and mounts him!
Score +3 for passing guard: Omagov (7) vs (7) Raatis
Omagov is dominating on the ground here - he's now on his opponent's back, looking to sink in the hooks. Raatis is in real trouble.
Score +3 for taking back: Omagov (10) vs (7) Raatis
I really don't envy Raatis right now.
Omagov is trying to stick to Raatis's back but Raatis is turning into Omagov. He's managed to reverse the position - now he's in Omagov's guard. Polite applause from the crowd in appreciation of some nice Jiu Jitsu by Raatis.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (10) vs (9) Raatis

That's eight minutes gone in the round.
Omagov trying to control the position.
Omagov has his hands on Raatis's head, controlling the position.
Omagov is trying to keep Raatis in close.

Omagov looking for submissions off his back, moving his hips, looking for an opening.
Omagov is breathing heavily.
Raatis sneaks a leg through and gets to half guard. That was like a knife through butter how easily he passed Omagov's guard.

Raatis is working for a kimura but Omagov is defending it quite comfortably.

That's nine minutes gone in the round.
Raatis trying to advance position but Omagov counters by regaining guard.
Raatis trying to control but Omagov is working from the bottom.
Omagov working a defensive guard here.
Raatis stands up and looks to throw the legs aside to pass to side control. Omagov swivels though and keeps the full guard.

That's ten minutes gone in the round.
Omagov keeping moving, preventing Raatis from controlling successfully.
Omagov wants to sweep here but Raatis controlling him for the moment.
Omagov is trying to control the position from the bottom.
Raatis wants to control from the top but Omagov keeps moving.
Raatis looking to sit in guard and control but Omagov gets the butterfly guard and sweeps. He's now in the guard on the top.
Score +2 for sweep to guard / half guard: Omagov (12) vs (9) Raatis

That's eleven minutes gone in the round.
Omagov preventing the sweep.
Raatis is persisting with the attempt to improve his position.
Omagov trying to control the position from guard on top but Raatis is wriggling around, looking for whatever he can.
Raatis is doing well to control the posture of his opponent and prevent any damage.
Omagov content to stall in guard here.
Raatis looking to control.

That's twelve minutes gone in the round.
Omagov content to stall in guard here.
Omagov stopping the sweep attempt from Raatis.

Raatis has his foot on Omagov's thigh. He's trying to push off and get in position for a triangle, I think. Omagov works his way back into a safe position though.
Omagov tries to free his leg and advance position but Raatis is retaining full guard.
Omagov wants to control from the top but Raatis keeps moving.

That's thirteen minutes gone in the round.
Omagov advances to half guard.
Raatis manages to get to full guard.
Omagov sitting in guard here, content to control.
Raatis not looking particularly offensive just at the moment.
Omagov pressing down on his opponent's thigh, looking to pass guard. Raatis is keeping the position for now.
Raatis is working from a closed guard but he's struggling to control his opponent.

That's fourteen minutes gone in the round.
Omagov looking to control the position here, rather than advance.
Omagov stands and throws Raatis's legs to the side, diving into side control.
Score +3 for passing guard: Omagov (15) vs (9) Raatis
Omagov staying calm.
The crowd applaud the fighters efforts here as the round comes to an end.
Omagov trying to control the action but Raatis is working from the bottom.

And that's the end of the fight!
Omagov takes the fight on points by 15 to 9.

 

 
 
 
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