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Indian organization Super Fight League held its second show last night (or this morning if you live in North America), delivering an event highlighted by a number of impressive finishes including those turned in by Alexander Shlemenko and Todd Duffee . Shlemenko was on loan from Bellator where he’s currently the top contender to middleweight champion Hector Lombard ’s crown, while Duffee hadn’t fought in more than a year before taking to the cage in Chandigarh.
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SFL 2 Results: Todd Duffee, Alexander Shlemenko pick up opening round wins
Iconic heavyweight Fedor Emelianenko has seemingly enjoyed free agency so far since parting ways with Strikeforce , racking up a pair of solid victories over Jeff Monson and Olympic gold medalist Satoshi Ishii in late 2011 before taking some time off to heal up and recharge his batteries. Though he recently spoke out about wanting to fight this summer, teasing the UFC as a possibility, nothing more has developed on that front. However, it appears he still has at least one suitor interested in his services on a regular basis – newly formed Super Fight League
Super Fight League interested in signing Fedor Emelianenko
Indian MMA promotion Super Fight League is only a week removed from their debut offering and has already announced a number of fights for their follow-up show. Set for April 7 in Chandigarh, India, SFL 2 will feature multiple match-ups involving UFC, PRIDE , and Bellator veterans including the latter’s top middleweight contender
Tonight the beautiful shores of Hawaii welcome the latest offering from the revamped ProElite promotion, a card headlined by Ultimate Fighter 3 winner Kendall Grove looking to build off the success of his opening round submission of Joe Riggs by beating Japanese legend Ikuhisa Minowa .
ProElite: Grove vs. Minowa Live Results
In what seemed like a foregone conclusion, ProElite and DREAM have announced a partnership that will see the two organizations co-promote events and swap talent as a result of the deal. DREAM recently had a partnership with Strikeforce , but things fell apart once Zuffa purchased Strikeforce in early 2011. The relationship starts this Saturday night in Hawaii as DREAM mainstay Ikuhisa Minowa takes on Ultimate Fighter 3 winner Kendall Grove in the main event of ProElite: Da Spyda vs.
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DREAM and ProElite announce new partnership