Will anyone finally beat Denis Cyplenkov? ()
A1 – one against all, all against one
Will anyone finally beat Denis Cyplenkov? Will Andrey Pushkar manage to do that? Will any of the two be threatened by Krasimir Kostadinov? What about Taras Ivakin’s come back? How far will Oleg Zhoch get? Tomorrow we’ll get to know the answers for some of these questions. The above mentioned athletes registered for the A1 Russian Open tournament in Moscow’s sports centre Dinamo today. They were most anticipated here as fans expect them to provide intensity and excitement.
Denis Cyplenkov is still number one in the +100kg class. Yet, tomorrow his era may come to an end. Although he’s still in top form, never before had he so many strong rivals waiting to take his place. Obviously, I mean Andrey Pushkar. This Ukrainian competitor using the hook technique walked away with victory at the last NEMIROFF WORLD CUP. What’s important Andrey is used to beating his opponents in next to no time. This athlete simply does not give his rivals a chance to actually fight with him. It’s highly likely that Cyplenkov and Pushkar will lock their left arms tomorrow. For sure, it’ll be the fight of the night.
Cyplenkov and Pushkar will confront each other in the final, unless Krasimir Kostadinow of Bulgaria prevents them from that. Form of the current world champion in the up to 100 kg class continues to improve.